Figure 1: Percent of cells adhering to PLGA (A) and mineralized (B) scaffolds at different time points following seeding via different techniques. Using a filtration approach produces significantly more adhesion and cell retention than both dynamic and static seeding (p<0.001). Filtration reaches a plateau after 6 hours. Both static and dynamic techniques increase the number of adhered cells as a function of time. There were no differences in adhesion between mineralized and PLGA scaffolds, with the exception of static seeding at 1 and 24 hours. Bars indicate pairs that were not significantly different. Boxes denote groups that showed significant difference in adhesion due to scaffold.