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|Title:||Plasma Modification of PCL Porous Scaffolds Fabricated by Solvent Casting/Particulate Leaching for Tissue Engineering|
|Authors:||SARDELLA E.; GRISTINA R.; NARDULLI M.; CECCONE Giacomo; FAVIA P.; D'AGOSTINO R.|
|Other Contributors:||INTRANUOVO F.|
|Citation:||Conference Proceedings IPSC 19th International Sysposium on Plasma Chemistry p. paper 394 013.03|
|Publisher:||International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry|
|Type:||Articles in periodicals and books|
|Abstract:||This study points out how the plasma modification of PCL porous scaffolds, produced by Solvent Casting/Particulate Leaching, may enhance their biocompatibility. A C2H4/N2 plasma deposition followed by a H2 plasma treatment was used to increase the hydrophilicity of the whole scaffold to support osteoblast cell proliferation, both outside and inside the scaffold. A better cell growth was obtained on plasma modified scaffolds.|
|JRC Directorate:||Institute for Health and Consumer Protection Historical Collection|
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