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nano-hydroxyapatite-loaded poly(L-lactic acid) nanofibers

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Type Polymer
Role carriers

nanocrystalline hydroxyapatite powder

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Type Nano Material
Role loaded material


General physical and chemical properties

Property Value Nanomaterial Variant Source
Surface area

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Method Nanomaterial Variant Source
scanning electron microscopy

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Biological effects

Biological system Test details Nanomaterial Variant Source
human mesenchymal stem cells

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Method 1

Type: Chemical synthesis
Starting materials
  1. PxW7FQ

nano-hydroxyapatite-loaded poly(L-lactic acid) nanofibers

Diameter: 382 - 528 nm

Medium/Support: none


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