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Spectroscopic Evaluation of PEGDM Hydrogels for Osteogenic Progression Monitoring

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To mitigate bone implant failure, PEGDM hydrogels were evaluated for their suitability for osteogenesis with the aid of Raman spectroscopy. Ability to detect hydroxyapatite as a spectral marker in hydrogels was also evaluated via Raman.

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