On Various Porous Scaffold Fabrication Methods

  • D Elamparithi Annai College of Arts and Science
  • V Moorthy Annai College of Arts and Science

Abstract

Three-dimensional scaffolds can be fabricated by various methods. These scaffold constructs showed a major impact on various biomedical applications. The bioactive porous scaffolds should have an excellent three-dimensional architecture and interconnected porous structure for cells adhesion and migration to enhance the therapeutic potential. The porosity and interconnected porous structure can be optimized using various scaffold preparation methods. In this mini review, we discussed the advantages and disadvantages of various commonly used scaffold preparation techniques.

Author Biographies

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Annai College of Arts and Science, Kovilacheri, Kumbakonam, India

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Annai College of Arts and Science, Kovilacheri, Kumbakonam, India

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Published
2017-10-23
How to Cite
ELAMPARITHI, D; MOORTHY, V. On Various Porous Scaffold Fabrication Methods. Mapana Journal of Sciences, [S.l.], v. 16, n. 4, p. 47-52, oct. 2017. ISSN 0975-3303. Available at: <http://journals.christuniversity.in/index.php/mapana/article/view/1638>. Date accessed: 23 apr. 2018. doi: https://doi.org/10.12723/mjs.43.5.