publication . Doctoral thesis . 2002

Segmented poly(ether ester)s and poly(ether ester amide)s for use in tissue engineering

Deschamps, Audrey Annie;
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  • Published: 13 Nov 2002
  • Publisher: Universiteit Twente
  • Country: Netherlands
Abstract
The objective of the studies described in this thesis is to investigate the applicability of these slowly degradable thermoplastic elastomers as scaffolds for tissue engineering, with emphasis on their phase separation and degradation properties. A second thermoplastic elastomer in which the terephthalic moieties have been replaced by ester-amide segments, is also investigated for use in scaffolding.
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