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■ Abbreviation / Long Form : PCLF / polycaprolactone fumarate

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2020 Enhanced nerve cell proliferation and differentiation on electrically conductive scaffolds embedded with graphene and carbon nanotubes. CNTs, UV
2020 Fabrication and characterization of polycaprolactone fumarate/gelatin-based nanocomposite incorporated with silicon and magnesium co-doped fluorapatite nanoparticles using electrospinning method. GBR, GTR, SEM, Si-Mg-FA
2020 Polycaprolactone fumarate acts as an artificial neural network to promote the biological behavior of neural stem cells. NSC
2020 The influence of polycaporolacton fumarate coating on mechanical properties and in vitro behavior of porous diopside-hardystonite nano-composite scaffold. HT-Dio
2018 A Combination of a Polycaprolactone Fumarate Scaffold with Polyethylene Terephthalate Sutures for Intra-Articular Ligament Regeneration. ACL, CT, MSCs, PET
2018 A three-layered hollow tubular scaffold as an enhancement of nerve regeneration potential. ESM, GR, PCL
2018 Effective nerve cell modulation by electrical stimulation of carbon nanotube embedded conductive polymeric scaffolds. CNTs, UV
2018 Fabrication, characterization, and biocompatibility assessment of a novel elastomeric nanofibrous scaffold: A potential scaffold for soft tissue engineering. PCL
2018 VEGF-mediated angiogenesis and vascularization of a fumarate-crosslinked polycaprolactone (PCLF) scaffold. ---
10  2017 A facile one-step strategy for development of a double network fibrous scaffold for nerve tissue engineering. ESM, ESM
11  2017 Chondrocyte Attachment, Proliferation, and Differentiation on Three-Dimensional Polycaprolactone Fumarate Scaffolds. ALP, FBS, GAG, PL
12  2015 Ligament Tissue Engineering Using a Novel Porous Polycaprolactone Fumarate Scaffold and Adipose Tissue-Derived Mesenchymal Stem Cells Grown in Platelet Lysate. ALP, AMSCs, FBS, FGF-2, GAGs, PL
13  2013 Comparison and characterization of multiple biomaterial conduits forperipheral nerve repair. OPF, PLGA
14  2012 Osteoblast growth and bone-healing response to three-dimensional poly(epsilon-caprolactone fumarate) scaffolds. CSD, HA, PVA
15  2012 Porous crosslinked poly(epsilon-caprolactone fumarate)/nanohydroxyapatite composites for bone tissue engineering. nHA, NVP
16  2012 Reformulating polycaprolactone fumarate to eliminate toxic diethylene glycol: effects of polymeric branching and autoclave sterilization on material properties. ---
17  2011 Comparison of polymer scaffolds in rat spinal cord: a step toward quantitative assessment of combinatorial approaches to spinal cord repair. OPF
18  2011 Hydroxyapatite scaffolds infiltrated with thermally crosslinked polycaprolactone fumarate and polycaprolactone itaconate. HA, PCL, PCLI
19  2011 Preparation and evaluation of poly (caprolactone fumarate) nanoparticles containing doxorubicin HCI. DL, Dox, EE, NPs, PBS, PVA, TrB
20  2009 Injectable in situ forming drug delivery system based on poly(epsilon-caprolactone fumarate) for tamoxifen citrate delivery: Gelation characteristics, in vitro drug release and anti-cancer evaluation. NVP, TC
21  2009 Three-dimensional porous biodegradable polymeric scaffolds fabricated with biodegradable hydrogel porogens. ---
22  2008 Photo-cross-linked hybrid polymer networks consisting of poly(propylene fumarate) and poly(caprolactone fumarate): controlled physical properties and regulated bone and nerve cell responses. PPF, Tg, Tm
23  2006 Synthesis and characterizations of biodegradable and crosslinkable poly(epsilon-caprolactone fumarate), poly(ethylene glycol fumarate), and their amphiphilic copolymer. PCL, PEG, PEGF
24  2005 Synthesis, material properties, and biocompatibility of a novel self-cross-linkable poly(caprolactone fumarate) as an injectable tissue engineering scaffold. ---