The IUPAC Compendium of Chemical Terminology 2014
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“…This was shown also in another previously published article on sinus floor elevation in sheep in which a biphasic biomaterial was also used as filler, again composed of HA 60% and β-TCP 40% [ 56 ]. The structure of the IBN recalled the structure of an “interpenetrating polymer network” [ 57 ] and, for this reason, the term “interpenetrating bone network” was adopted.…”
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“…This was shown also in another previously published article on sinus floor elevation in sheep in which a biphasic biomaterial was also used as filler, again composed of HA 60% and β-TCP 40% [ 56 ]. The structure of the IBN recalled the structure of an “interpenetrating polymer network” [ 57 ] and, for this reason, the term “interpenetrating bone network” was adopted.…”
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“…Combining collagen and Na-alg yielded hydrogels with defined structures and biological features that are promising for multiple biomedical applications. In this study, we blended collagen and Na-alg into an interpenetrating polymer network (IPN) in the form of submillimeter spheres and investigated their suitability as a biomaterial for modular tissue engineering. In order to render the resulting IPN microspheres suitable for seeding with EC, we used a two-step process as illustrated in Figure .…”
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