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Mehdi Sadat-Shojai et al.
Materials science & engineering. C, Materials for biological applications, 49, 835-843 (2015-02-18)
The ability to encapsulate cells in three-dimensional (3D) protein-based hydrogels is potentially of benefit for tissue engineering and regenerative medicine. However, as a result of their poor mechanical strength, protein-based hydrogels have traditionally been considered for soft tissue engineering only.
Luiz E Bertassoni et al.
Biofabrication, 6(2), 024105-024105 (2014-04-04)
Fabrication of three dimensional (3D) organoids with controlled microarchitectures has been shown to enhance tissue functionality. Bioprinting can be used to precisely position cells and cell-laden materials to generate controlled tissue architecture. Therefore, it represents an exciting alternative for organ
Michal Bartnikowski et al.
Materials (Basel, Switzerland), 9(4) (2016-04-14)
The concept of biphasic or multi-layered compound scaffolds has been explored within numerous studies in the context of cartilage and osteochondral regeneration. To date, no system has been identified that stands out in terms of superior chondrogenesis, osteogenesis or the
Thomas Billiet et al.
Biomaterials, 35(1), 49-62 (2013-10-12)
In the present study, we report on the combined efforts of material chemistry, engineering and biology as a systemic approach for the fabrication of high viability 3D printed macroporous gelatin methacrylamide constructs. First, we propose the use and optimization of
Yicong Zuo et al.
ACS applied materials & interfaces, 7(19), 10386-10394 (2015-05-01)
Modular tissue engineering holds great potential in regenerating natural complex tissues by engineering three-dimensional modular scaffolds with predefined geometry and biological characters. In modular tissue-like construction, a scaffold with an appropriate mechanical rigidity for assembling fabrication and high biocompatibility for
Nano hydroxyapatite particles promote osteogenesis in a three-dimensional bio-printing construct consisting of alginate/gelatin/hASCs
Wang X F et al.
Royal Society of Chemistry Advances, 6, 6832-6842 (2016)
Xi Chen et al.
International journal of nanomedicine, 11, 4707-4718 (2016-10-04)
Periodontitis is a chronic infectious disease and is the major cause of tooth loss and other oral health issues around the world. Periodontal tissue regeneration has therefore always been the ultimate goal of dentists and researchers. Existing fabrication methods mainly
Wouter Schuurman et al.
Macromolecular bioscience, 13(5), 551-561 (2013-02-20)
Gelatin-methacrylamide (gelMA) hydrogels are shown to support chondrocyte viability and differentiation and give wide ranging mechanical properties depending on several cross-linking parameters. Polymer concentration, UV exposure time, and thermal gelation prior to UV exposure allow for control over hydrogel stiffness
Janet R Xavier et al.
ACS nano, 9(3), 3109-3118 (2015-02-13)
Despite bone's impressive ability to heal after traumatic injuries and fractures, a significant need still exists for developing strategies to promote healing of nonunion defects. To address this issue, we developed collagen-based hydrogels containing two-dimensional nanosilicates. Nanosilicates are ultrathin nanomaterials
Tunable hydrogel composite with two-step processing in combination with innovative hardware upgrade for cell-based threedimensional bioprinting.
Wust S. et al.
Acta Biomaterialia, 10, 630-640 (2014)
Marco Costantini et al.
Biofabrication, 8(3), 035002-035002 (2016-07-20)
In this work we demonstrate how to print 3D biomimetic hydrogel scaffolds for cartilage tissue engineering with high cell density (>10(7) cells ml(-1)), high cell viability (85 ÷ 90%) and high printing resolution (≈100 μm) through a two coaxial-needles system.
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