interfibrous

in·ter·fi·brous

(in'tĕr-fī'brŭs),
Between fibers.
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PRF clots formed with A-PRF centrifugation protocol showed a loose structure with more interfibrous space, and more cells in distal part of fibrin clot (Figure 5).
Electrospinning technique has attracted tremendous interests in the current nanofiber research, because it provides a facile and an effective mean in producing nonwoven fibrous materials (1) with interesting characteristics such as fine diameter (ranging from submicron to several nanometers) (2), large surface area per unit mass, high porosity, high gas permeability, and small interfibrous pore size (3).