Tissue Engineering Using Ceramics and Polymers

Tissue Engineering Using Ceramics and Polymers

Liverani, Liliana; Ma, P.X.; Boccaccini, Aldo R.

Elsevier Science Publishing Co Inc






15 a 20 dias


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Part I - General issues: Materials 1. Ceramic biomaterials for tissue engineering 2. Synthetic Polymeric biomaterials for tissue engineering 3. Natural polymeric biomaterials for tissue engineering 4. Bioactive glasses and ceramics for tissue engineering 5. Biodegradable and bioactive polymer/inorganic phase composites

Part II - General issues: Processing and characterisation 6. Overview of scaffolds processing technologies 7. Transplantation of engineered cells and tissues 8. Advanced imaging/MRI for tissue engineering 9. Nanoscale design in biomineralization for developing new biomaterials 10. Additive Manufacturing of Polymers and Ceramics for Tissue Engineering Applications

Part III - Tissue and organ regeneration 11. Myocardial tissue engineering 12. Bladder tissue regeneration 13. Peripheral nerve tissue engineering 14. Skeletal muscle tissue engineering 15. Cartilage tissue engineering 16. Bone tissue engineering 17. Nanofibrous scaffolds for skin tissue engineering and wound healing applications 18. Interface tissue engineering 19. Bioceramic nanoparticles for tissue engineering and drug delivery 20. Natural hydrogels for bone tissue engineering 21. Dense collagen-based scaffolds for soft tissue engineering applications 22. Female reproductive organs tissue engineering 23. Scaffolds with drug delivery capability
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Composite scaffolds; Therapeutic drugs; Biomolecules; Biopolymers; Bioinorganics; Drug delivery; Bioceramics; Calcium phosphates hydroxyapatite; Tissue engineering scaffolds; Mechanical properties; Biocompatibility; Bioactivity; Biointerfaces; Tissue engineering; Insertions; Enthesis; Cartilage; Ligament; Tendon; Bone; Polymer; Biodegradable; Scaffold; Porous; Nanofiber; Controlled release; Regeneration; Dense collagen; Soft tissue; Hydrogel; Plastic compression; Gel aspiration-ejection; Reproductive organs; Biomaterials; REPROTEN; Ovary; Uterus; Fallopian tubes; Skeletal muscle tissue engineering; Satellite cells; Mesenchymal stem cells; 3-D scaffolds; Polymers; Nanofibers; Composites; Biodegradation; Natural polymers; Proteins; Polysaccharides; Porous scaffolds; Hydrogel systems; Micro/nanoparticles; Regenerative medicine; Biomimicry; Biophysical cues; Biochemical cues; Alginate; Chitosan; Collagen; Gelatin; Biopolymer; Bone tissue engineering; Electrospun nanofibers; Skin tissue engineering; Wound healing; Chronic wounds; Antimicrobial; Electrospinning; Electrospun scaffolds; Skin; Biomineralization; Nanomaterials; Nanoscale; Nanoparticles; Transfection; Gene silencing; Imaging; Dermagraft; Allogeneic tissue engineered constructs; Vascular network; Implant rejection; 3D culture; Scaffolds; Conventional techniques; Sol-gel; Additive manufacturing; Myocardial tissue engineering (MTE); Cardiac patch; Hydrogels; Cardiomyocytes; Decellularization; Bone biology; Stem cells; Vascularization; Bioglass; Piezoelectric; Ceria; Synthetic polymers; Immunomodulation; Bioactive ceramics; Bioactive glass; Bone regeneration; Soft tissue repair; Growth factor delivery; Drug delivery systems; Trauma; Osteoarthritis; Chondrocytes; Osteochondral junction; 3D printing; Bioink; Urinary bladder; Enterocystoplasty; Bladder augmentation; Bladder reconstruction; Natural biomaterials; Acellular matrix; Cell and molecular therapy; Nerve conduit; Peripheral nerve; MRI; NMR; Quantitative MRI; Bioprinting; Patient-specific