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Materials Science & Engineering C-Materials for Biological Applications 29(7):2217-2220. , Vasile, B. , Guran, C. and Andronescu, E. 2010d. Polysulfone based Membranes with Desired Pores Characteristics. Materiale Plastice 47(1):24-27. Maria Ficai, Ecaterina Andronescu, Denisa Ficai, Georgeta Voicu, Anton Ficai; Synthesis and characterization of COLL-PVA/HA hybrid materials with stratified morphology; Colloids and Surfaces B: Biointerfaces; 2010:81(2): 614-619 30 Advances in Composite Materials for Medicine and Nanotechnology Gallie, W.

The amount of deposited HA was determined by gravimetric analysis by measuring the initial mass of collagen matrices and the mass of the dried mineralised matrices. The amount of deposited HA is quite linear with respect to the number of deposited layers. 9857. The layer by layer deposition method was successfully applied in order to increase the amount of mineral phase that is deposited on the collagen matrix. The root-mean-squaredeviation is very close to 1, meaning highly linear layer growth was observed for even six HA layers.

After 24 h, at 370C and pH=9–10, the mineralization can be considered completed and the orientation process can be initiated. 93 V/cm). In order to be able to compare the obtained results, all the samples were obtained in similar hollow mold with the dimensions of W×L×H=2×3×2 cm3; if electric field is applied, the electrodes are fixed in the hollow mold at 3 cm distance. The mineralized collagen gel is maintained for 1 h in the desired electric field. After that, the samples were introduced in the freeze drier and frozen at -350C.

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