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The Mussel-Inspired Assisted Apatite Mineralized on Polyjet Material for Artificial Bone Scaffold

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Yu Fang Shen

Abstract


With the development of 3D printing, many commercial 3D printing materials have been applied in the fields of biomedicine and medical. MED610 is a clear, biocompatible PolyJet material that is medically certified for bodily contact. In this study, the poly dopamine (PDA)/ hydroxyapatite (HA) coating was added to the printed MED610 objects to evaluate its physical properties, cell proliferation, cell morphology, and alkaline phosphatase (ALP) expression level. The results show that the PDA/HA coating helps printed objects to enhance the hardness, biocompatibility and osteogenic differentiation potential. We expect that PDA/HA coatings contribute to the applicability of MED610 in biomedical and medical applications.

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3D printing; poly dopamine; hydroxyapatite; MED610; osteogenic differentiation; PolyJet technology

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18063/ijb.v5i2.197

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