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Biocompatibility and Bone Formation of Flexible, Cotton Wool-like PLGA/Calcium Phosphate Nanocomposites in Sheep

By Oliver D Schneider, Dirk Mohn, Roland Fuhrer, Karina Klein, Käthi Kämpf, Katja M.R Nuss, Michèle Sidler, Katalin Zlinszky, Brigitte von Rechenberg and Wendelin J Stark
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