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Influence of the processes parameters on the properties of the polylactides based bio and eco-biomaterials

Subhani, Arfan. Influence of the processes parameters on the properties of the polylactides based bio and eco-biomaterials. PhD, Institut National Polytechnique de Toulouse, 2011

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The work presented in this manuscript concerns the production of scaffolds based polylactides for connective tissues and bone regeneration by adapting green technology. The aim of this thesis was to correlate the influence of different process parameters on the morphological structures and properties of the scaffold generated. On one hand, we studied effect of the blending of hyaluronic acid and polylactides to enhance the surface adhesion properties of scaffolds. Our results relate to an increase in surface properties but a decrease of equivalent pore size and porosity after foaming scaffolds by supercritical process. Calcium Tri-Phosphate On other hand, we studied the effect of the blending of calcium tri-phosphates and polylactides as bone substitute. Influence of adding wax as porogen agent has been discussed and a comparison between wet and dry methods to generate scaffolds has been analyzed. For this purpose, semi-industrial fabrication of porous biomaterials has been tested by blocking supercritical CO2 parameters (saturation pressure, temperature and time, depressurization rate) and you have control the optimized formulation composite scaffold, in term of porosity and distribution of pores. In conclusion, this work made it possible to adapt the process parameters of supercritical CO2 and co-grinding at the properties of scaffolds. In perspective, this research opens new development ways in scaffolds, in both domains of 3D tumoral model and tissue engineering

Item Type:PhD Thesis
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Institution: Université de Toulouse > Institut National Polytechnique de Toulouse - INPT
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Lamure, Alain
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