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Macroporous polymers are rapidly becoming the material of choice for many tissue engineering, bioseparation, and bioprocessing applications. However, while important information is scattered about in many different publications, none, to date, have drawn this information together in user-friendly format, until now. Meeting the need for an accessibl
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Macroporous Gels: A Theoretical Overview. Production of Macroporous Polymeric Materials by Phase Separation Polymerization. Production and Properties of Poly(Vinyl Alcohol) Cryogels. Production and Properties of Cryogels by Radical Polymerization. Cryogels from Carbohydrate Polymers. Macroporous Agarose Produced from Double Emulsions. Porous Polylactides and Polyalkonoates. Production of Macroporous Polymers using Foaming. Production of Macroporous Polymers using Leaching. Fast Responsive Macroporous Gels. Characterization of Macroporous Gels: Structure, Chemistry, and Physical Properties. Monolithic Macroporous Polymers as Chromatographic Matrices. Chromatographic Separation of Plasmid DNA using Macroporous Agarose-based Matrices. Cryogels as Matrices for Cell Separation and Cell Cultivation. Macroporous Gels for Isolation of Small Molecules From Crude Mixtures (Solutions Containing Suspended Material). Fundamentals of Growing Mammalian Cells in 3D Cultures: The Effect of Matrix Porosity. Production of Pharmaceuticals by Cultivation of Cells on Macroporous Polymeric Scaffolds. Macroporous Polymeric Scaffolds for Tissue Engineering: Recent Developments. Macroporous Polymeric Filters and Bioreactors for Biomedical Applications.
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