Our new paper on gelatin coated bioactive glass scaffolds, in collaboration with Heidelberg University Hospital, published in JTERM

Our paper entitled: “Gelatin coating increases in vivo bone formation capacity of three‐dimensional 45S5 bioactive glass‐based crystalline scaffolds”, the result of our current collaboration with Dr. Fabian Westhauser and colleagues at Heidelberg Trauma Research Group (HTRG), Heidelberg University Hospital, Germany, has been published in J. Tissue Engineering Regenerative Medicine (JTERM). The study demonstrated the favorable effect of gelatin coating on bioactive glass scaffolds derived from maritime sponges on both the scaffold mechanical properties and biological outcomes (bone formation) in vivo [1]. [1] Westhauser, F., Senger, A.-S., Obert, D., Ciraldo, F. E., Schuhladen, K., Schmidmaier, G., Moghaddam, A., Boccaccini, A. R., Gelatin coating increases in vivo bone formation capacity of three-dimensional 45S5 bioactive glass-based crystalline scaffolds,J. Tissue Eng. Regen. Med. 13 (2019) 179-190.

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