Abstract

An IR femtosecond pulsed laser was used for micropatterning of biomineral containing chitosan membranes, aiming to enhance bone mineralization and angiogenesis. Pre and post irradiation materials have been characterized with XRD, SEM and spectroscopic techniques.

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