Supracolloidal Assemblies as Sacrificial Templates for Porous Silk-Based Biomaterials.

Kaplan, David, 1953-
Hardy, John G.
Ghezzi, Chiara E.
Schmidt, Christine E.
2015

Tissues in the body are hierarchically structured composite materials with tissue-specific properties. Urea self-assembles via hydrogen bonding interactions into crystalline supracolloidal assemblies that can be used to impart macroscopic pores to polymer-based tissue scaffolds. In this communication, we explain the solvent interactions governing the solubility of urea and thereby the scope of com... read more

Subjects
Biomedical engineering.
Tissue engineering.
Biomedical materials.
Supramolecular chemistry.
Tufts University. Department of Biomedical Engineering.
Permanent URL
http://hdl.handle.net/10427/009251
Original publication
Hardy, J. G., C. E. Ghezzi, R. J. Saballos, D. L. Kaplan and C. E. Schmidt (2015). "Supracolloidal assemblies as sacrificial templates for porous silk-based biomaterials." International Journal of Molecular Sciences 16(9): 20511-20522. doi: 10.3390/ijms160920511.
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