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The structure of porous scaffolds for regenerative medicine are key to directing the biological response.  Pore fraction, pore size, transport pathways and percolation diameters can be used to modulate cell behaviour and tissue regenerative capacity. The image shows a Scanning Electron Microscopy image of PLGA sustained delivery microparticles dispersed in an ice templated collagen scaffold.

 

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