3D printed multi-compartment scaffold as in vitro osteogenic model
datasetposted on 01.01.2018 by P Gentile
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The data show all the chemical, physical, mechanical and biological characterisation of multi-compartment scaffolds fabricated via 3D-printing as in vitro co-culture osteogenic model. Particularly: SEM, XPS, static compression and stress-relaxation tests, water uptake and FEM analysis; then for the biological assessment: metabolic and viability tests, differentiation tests (ALP, osteocalcin and osteopontin)