Characterisation and Design of Tissue Scaffolds

Characterisation and Design of Tissue Scaffolds

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Characterisation and Design of Tissue Scaffolds offers scientists a useful guide on the characterization of tissue scaffolds, detailing what needs to be measured and why, how such measurements can be made, and addressing industrially important issues. Part one provides readers with information on the fundamental considerations in the characterization of tissue scaffolds, while other sections detail how to prepare tissue scaffolds, discuss techniques in characterization, and present practical considerations for manufacturers. Summarizes concepts and current practice in the characterization and design of tissue scaffolds Discusses design and preparation of scaffolds Details how to prepare tissue scaffolds, discusses techniques in characterization, and presents practical considerations for manufacturersSasaki, S., Funamoto, S., Hashimoto, Y., Kimura, T., Honda, T., Hattori, S., et al., 2009. In vivo evaluation of a ... Schmidt, C.E., Baier, J.M., 2000. Acellular vascular tissues: natural biomaterials for tissue repair and tissue engineering. ... Early complications from the use of porcine dermal collagen implants (Permacol) as bridging constructs in the repair of massive rotator cuff tears. ... Dispase, a neutral protease from Bacillus polymyxa, is a powerful fibronectinase and type IV collagenase.


Title:Characterisation and Design of Tissue Scaffolds
Author: Paul Tomlins
Publisher:Elsevier - 2015-10-30
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