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Printed pluronic-based scaffolds : an attractive concept towards tissue regeneration

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Vandenhaute, Mieke, Elien Gevaert, Maria Cornelissen, Cathérine Verfaillie, and Peter Dubruel. 2014. “Printed Pluronic-based Scaffolds : an Attractive Concept Towards Tissue Regeneration.” In AMBA 2014 : Advanced Materials for Biomedical Applications, 155–155.
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Vandenhaute, M., Gevaert, E., Cornelissen, M., Verfaillie, C., & Dubruel, P. (2014). Printed pluronic-based scaffolds : an attractive concept towards tissue regeneration. AMBA 2014 : advanced materials for biomedical applications (pp. 155–155). Presented at the Conference on Advanced Materials for Biomedical Applications (AMBA 2014).
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Vandenhaute M, Gevaert E, Cornelissen M, Verfaillie C, Dubruel P. Printed pluronic-based scaffolds : an attractive concept towards tissue regeneration. AMBA 2014 : advanced materials for biomedical applications. 2014. p. 155–155.
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Vandenhaute, Mieke, Elien Gevaert, Maria Cornelissen, et al. “Printed Pluronic-based Scaffolds : an Attractive Concept Towards Tissue Regeneration.” AMBA 2014 : Advanced Materials for Biomedical Applications. 2014. 155–155. Print.
@inproceedings{5877005,
  author       = {Vandenhaute, Mieke and Gevaert, Elien and Cornelissen, Maria and Verfaillie, Cath{\'e}rine and Dubruel, Peter},
  booktitle    = {AMBA 2014 : advanced materials for biomedical applications},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Ghent, Belgium},
  pages        = {155--155},
  title        = {Printed pluronic-based scaffolds : an attractive concept towards tissue regeneration},
  year         = {2014},
}