A new bone substitute developed from 3D-prints of polylactide (PLA) loaded with collagen I : an in vitro study

Ulrike Ritz, Rebekka Gerke, Hermann Götz, Stefan Stein & Pol Maria Rommens
Although a lot of research has been performed, large segmental bone defects caused by trauma, infection, bone tumors or revision surgeries still represent big challenges for trauma surgeons. New and innovative bone substitutes are needed. Three-dimensional (3D) printing is a novel procedure to create 3D porous scaffolds that can be used for bone tissue engineering. In the present study, solid discs as well as porous cage-like 3D prints made of polylactide (PLA) are coated or...
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