This new tissue engineering approach may be useful to establish a technology for regenerative medicine and drug discovery using the patient’s own...
Researchers develop conducting graphene–PLGA fiber electrode that promotes muscle cell growth, and that could stimulate muscle regeneration.
A common goal for tissue engineering has been finding a way to regenerate and repair the inflamed tissues.
Micro-porous PEG hydrogels are functionalized with collagen type-I that has a selective response with human hepatocarcinoma cells.
A zwitterionic polynorbornen-modified surface facilitates growth and proliferation of model endothelial cells.
Touch- and brush-spinning methods for drawing of nanofibers, core–shell nanofibers, and their aligned 2D and 3D meshes have been developed.
Cathepsin B molecular imaging has been shown to be a powerful tool in reflecting the potential of cartilage formation and predicting the...
Soft biocompatible PEG hydrogels with tunable mechanical properties and RGDS-content have been prepared by Löwik et al. using a copper free-click reaction.
Recent advances in the design of adaptable hydrogels for cell-encapsulation, cell-culture, and cell-transplantation applications are reviewed.
Dr. Mehdi Jorfi and Prof. E. Johan Foster review the applications of nanocellulose in various biomedical applications.