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The Resource Composite Synthetic Scaffolds for Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine, by Naznin Sultana, Mohd Izzat Hassan, Mim Mim Lim, (electronic resource)

Composite Synthetic Scaffolds for Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine, by Naznin Sultana, Mohd Izzat Hassan, Mim Mim Lim, (electronic resource)

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Composite Synthetic Scaffolds for Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine
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Composite Synthetic Scaffolds for Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine
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by Naznin Sultana, Mohd Izzat Hassan, Mim Mim Lim
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eng
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  • This book addresses important biomaterials which are commonly used to fabricate scaffolds and it describes two major protocols employed in scaffold fabrication. Tissue engineering or regenerative medicine aims at restoring ex-novo tissues and organs whose functionality has been compromised as a consequence of diseases or traumatic events. The innovative concept underlying tissue engineering is the use of autologous cells, obtained from a biopsy of the patient. Cells are seeded on a porous scaffold which has the role of supporting and guiding cells towards the development of tissue-like structures as well as providing a platform for the delivery under controlled condition of growth factor release, etc. The successful manufacture of scaffolds for tissue engineering applications is crucial. In this book, these biomaterials are discussed. The book also covers illustrated examples, structure and properties of scaffolds, cellular interactions and drug delivery
  • This book addresses important biomaterials which are commonly used to fabricate scaffolds and it describes two major protocols employed in scaffold fabrication. Tissue engineering or regenerative medicine aims at restoring ex-novo tissues and organs whose functionality has been compromised as a consequence of diseases or traumatic events. The innovative concept underlying tissue engineering is the use of autologous cells, obtained from a biopsy of the patient. Cells are seeded on a porous scaffold which has the role of supporting and guiding cells towards the development of tissue-like structures as well as providing a platform for the delivery under controlled condition of growth factor release, etc. The successful manufacture of scaffolds for tissue engineering applications is crucial. In this book, these biomaterials are discussed. The book also covers illustrated examples, structure and properties of scaffolds, cellular interactions and drug delivery
  • This book addresses important biomaterials which are commonly used to fabricate scaffolds and it describes two major protocols employed in scaffold fabrication. Tissue engineering or regenerative medicine aims at restoring ex-novo tissues and organs whose functionality has been compromised as a consequence of diseases or traumatic events. The innovative concept underlying tissue engineering is the use of autologous cells, obtained from a biopsy of the patient. Cells are seeded on a porous scaffold which has the role of supporting and guiding cells towards the development of tissue-like structures as well as providing a platform for the delivery under controlled condition of growth factor release, etc. The successful manufacture of scaffolds for tissue engineering applications is crucial. In this book, these biomaterials are discussed. The book also covers illustrated examples, structure and properties of scaffolds, cellular interactions and drug delivery
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Sultana, Naznin
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620.11
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R857.M3
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  • Hassan, Mohd Izzat
  • Lim, Mim Mim
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SpringerBriefs in Materials,
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  • Biomedical engineering
  • Biomaterials
  • Materials Science
  • Biomaterials
  • Biomedical Engineering
  • Regenerative Medicine/Tissue Engineering
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Composite Synthetic Scaffolds for Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine, by Naznin Sultana, Mohd Izzat Hassan, Mim Mim Lim, (electronic resource)
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  • Scaffolding Biomaterials -- Scaffold Fabrication Protocols -- Fabrication of Polymer and Composite Scaffolds using Electrospinning Techniques -- Fabrication of Polymer and Composite scaffolds using Thermally Induced Phase Separation Technique
  • Scaffolding Biomaterials -- Scaffold Fabrication Protocols -- Fabrication of Polymer and Composite Scaffolds using Electrospinning Techniques -- Fabrication of Polymer and Composite scaffolds using Thermally Induced Phase Separation Technique
  • Scaffolding Biomaterials -- Scaffold Fabrication Protocols -- Fabrication of Polymer and Composite Scaffolds using Electrospinning Techniques -- Fabrication of Polymer and Composite scaffolds using Thermally Induced Phase Separation Technique
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OCM1bookssj0001372317
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9783319097541
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(print)
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10.1007/978-3-319-09755-8
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remote
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(WaSeSS)bookssj0001372317
Label
Composite Synthetic Scaffolds for Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine, by Naznin Sultana, Mohd Izzat Hassan, Mim Mim Lim, (electronic resource)
Publication
Contents
  • Scaffolding Biomaterials -- Scaffold Fabrication Protocols -- Fabrication of Polymer and Composite Scaffolds using Electrospinning Techniques -- Fabrication of Polymer and Composite scaffolds using Thermally Induced Phase Separation Technique
  • Scaffolding Biomaterials -- Scaffold Fabrication Protocols -- Fabrication of Polymer and Composite Scaffolds using Electrospinning Techniques -- Fabrication of Polymer and Composite scaffolds using Thermally Induced Phase Separation Technique
  • Scaffolding Biomaterials -- Scaffold Fabrication Protocols -- Fabrication of Polymer and Composite Scaffolds using Electrospinning Techniques -- Fabrication of Polymer and Composite scaffolds using Thermally Induced Phase Separation Technique
Control code
OCM1bookssj0001372317
Dimensions
unknown
Isbn
9783319097541
Isbn Type
(print)
Other control number
10.1007/978-3-319-09755-8
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(WaSeSS)bookssj0001372317

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