Production and Characterization of Natural Sourced Hydroxyapatite Added Polystyrene Tissue Scaffolds by Electrospinning

Keywords: Polystyrene, natural source hydroxyapatite, electrospinning, composite, tissue scaffolds

Abstract

In this study, polystyrene (PS) solution was prepared with the help of ethylacetate (EA) solvent. Composite tissue scaffolds were produced by electrospinning technique by adding 1%, 5% and 8% natural source hydroxyapatite (NSHA), respectively. These produced scaffolds were characterized by performing fourier transformation infrared spectroscopy-FTIR, scanning electron microscopy-SEM, tensile test and cell culture tests. It is aimed to use the obtained tissue scaffolds as ideal materials in tissue engineering applications

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Erdi Buluş, Material Technologies Specialist

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Published
2021-01-05
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Buluş, E.; Sakarya Buluş, G.; Akkaş, M.; Çetin, T.; Yaman, E.; Altındal, T. Production and Characterization of Natural Sourced Hydroxyapatite Added Polystyrene Tissue Scaffolds by Electrospinning. J. mater. electron. device. 2021, 6, 12-18.
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