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Glass and Glass-Ceramic Scaffolds: Manufacturing Methods and the Impact of Crystallization on In-Vitro Dissolution

By Amy Nommeots-Nomm and Jonathan Massera

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Amy Nommeots-Nomm and Jonathan Massera (December 13th 2017). Glass and Glass-Ceramic Scaffolds: Manufacturing Methods and the Impact of Crystallization on In-Vitro Dissolution, Materials, Technologies and Clinical Applications Francesco Baino, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/intechopen.70242. Available from:

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