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Depending on the end use, such materials may be produced by choosing polymers of appropriate thermal and physicochemical properties that mimic soft or hard tissues . This may be accomplished by taking into consideration the hydrophilicity, hydrophobicity, glass transition temperature, rigidity of macromolecular chains, bulkiness of pendent groups, etc . 4 . Greater proportion of naturally occurring polymers in the hybrid materials in comparison to the synthetic polymers may be economically more viable and this will reduce the cost of the biomedical and pharmaceutical devises .