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Poly(caprolactone-co-trimethylenecarbonate) urethane acrylate resins for digital light processing of bioresorbable tissue engineering implants

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Abstract

To exploit the usability of Digital Light Processing (DLP) in regenerative medicine, biodegradable, mechanically customizable and well-defined polyester urethane acrylate resins were synthesized based on poly(caprolactone-co-trimethlenecarbonate). By controlling the monomer ratio, the resultant fabricated constructs showed tunable mechanical properties, degradation and attached hMSC morphologies.

Graphical abstract: Poly(caprolactone-co-trimethylenecarbonate) urethane acrylate resins for digital light processing of bioresorbable tissue engineering implants

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Submitted
05 Jul 2019
Accepted
17 Sep 2019
First published
30 Oct 2019

This article is Open Access

Biomater. Sci., 2019,7, 4984-4989
Article type
Communication

Poly(caprolactone-co-trimethylenecarbonate) urethane acrylate resins for digital light processing of bioresorbable tissue engineering implants

T. Kuhnt, R. Marroquín García, S. Camarero-Espinosa, A. Dias, A. T. ten Cate, C. A. van Blitterswijk, L. Moroni and M. B. Baker, Biomater. Sci., 2019, 7, 4984
DOI: 10.1039/C9BM01042D

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