Interest in biodegradable polymers for both biomedical and industrial applications puts caprolactone-based materials among leading candidates for biodegradation, due to its approval by the FDA for drug delivery systems, sutures, and long-term implantable devices, as well as new tissue scaffold host systems.
 
Cat. #19561 - Polycaprolactone
Cat. #25090 - Polycaprolactone, powdered
Cat. #09706 - Polycaprolactone diol [MW 1,250] 
Cat. #09694 - Polycaprolactone diol [MW 2,000]

Diblock Polymers
Cat. #25010 - PCL(1000)-b-PEG(1000)
Cat. #25011 - PCL(1000)-b-PEG(2000)
Cat. #25012 - PCL(1000)-b-PEG(5000)
Cat. #25022 - PCL(5000)-b-PEG(1000)
Cat. #25023 - PCL(5000)-b-PEG(2000)

Cat. #25024 - PCL(5000)-b-PEG(5000)

Triblock Polymers
Cat. #25019 - PCL(1000)-b-PEG(1000)-b-PCL(1000)

Cat. #25020 - PCL(1000)-b-PEG(2000)-b-PCL(1000)
Cat. #25021 - PCL(1000)-b-PEG(6000)-b-PCL(1000)
Cat. #25013 - PCL(1000)-b-PEG(10000)-b-PCL(1000)
Cat. #25014 - PCL(5000)-b-PEG(1000)-b-PCL(5000)
Cat. #25015 - PCL(5000)-b-PEG(2000)-b-PCL(5000)
Cat. #25016 - PCL(5000)-b-PEG(5000)-b-PCL(5000)
Cat. #25025 - PCL(5000)-b-PEG(10000)-b-PCL(5000)
 
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