Pore geometry regulates early stage human bone marrow cell tissue formation and organisation.
Porous architecture has a dramatic effect on tissue formation in porous biomaterials used in regenerative medicine. However, the wide variety of 3D structures used indicates there is a clear need for the optimal design of pore architecture to maximize tissue formation and ingrowth. Thus, the aim of this study was to characterize initial tissue growth solely as a function of pore geometry. We used an in vitro system with well-defined open pore slots of varying width, providing a 3D environment...Expand abstract
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