6 edition of Biopolymer Methods in Tissue Engineering (Methods in Molecular Biology) found in the catalog.
November 17, 2003
by Humana Press
Written in English
|Contributions||Anthony P. Hollander (Editor), Paul V. Hatton (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||280|
Electrospinning is a versatile process technology, exploited for the production of fibers with varying diameters, ranging from nano- to micro-scale, particularly useful for a wide range of applications. Among these, tissue engineering is particularly relevant to this technology since electrospun fibers offer topological structure features similar to the native extracellular matrix, thus. 3D printing technology has recently gained substantial interest for potential applications in tissue engineering due to the ability of making a three-dimensional object of virtually any shape from a digital model. 3D-printed biopolymers, which combine the 3D printing technology and biopolymers, have shown great potential in tissue engineering applications and are receiving significant.
The main aim of this book is to highlight the unique features of keratin and to update readers with the possible prospects to develop various value-added products from keratins. The book is highly interesting to researchers working in industry and academia on bioproducts, tissue engineering, biocomposites, biofilm, and biofibers. Vunjak-Novakovic G and Radisic M: “Cell Seeding of Polymer Scaffolds”, Chapter 11 in Methods in Molecular Biology/Biotechnology/Medicine Series: Biopolymer Methods in Tissue Engineering (A. Hollander, P. Hatton, eds.) Humana Press, vol.
Many of the reviews illustrate how bioche- cal engineering methods are used to produce and characterize novel materials (e. g. genetically engineered natural polymers, synthetic scaffolds with ce- type speci?c attachment sites or inductive factors), whose unique properties enable increased levels of control over tissue development and architecture. Download Keratin As A Protein Biopolymer books, This book provides information about the sources, structure, and properties of keratin as well as its applications. The extraction from different biomass sources (e.g. feathers, hairs, nails, horn, hoof, and claws) as well as the characterization methods of these extracted materials are explained.
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Because the rapidly developing field of tissue engineering encompasses all the major scientific disciplines-including materials science, polymer chemistry, biology, and medicine-it has often been difficult to uncover the full range of laboratory methods required in tissue engineering.
In Biopolymer Methods in Tissue Engineering, expert. In Biopolymer Methods in Tissue Engineering, expert laboratory researchers bring together in a standard format all the diverse laboratory methods needed to perform state-of-the-art tissue engineering research.
Topics range from the synthesis, processing, and characterization of specific biomaterials, through the successful use of scaffolds in Format: Hardcover. In Biopolymer Methods in Tissue Engineering, expert laboratory researchers bring together in a standard format all the diverse laboratory methods needed to perform state-of-the-art tissue engineering research.
Topics range from the synthesis, processing, and characterization of specific biomaterials, through the successful use of scaffolds in. Processing of resorbable poly-a-hydroxy acids for use as tissue-engineering scaffolds / Minna Kellomäki --Fibrin microbeads (FMB) as biodegradable carriers for culturing cells and for accelerating wound healing / Raphael Gorodetsky --Synthesis and characterization of hyaluronan-based polymers for tissue engineering / Carlo Soranzo --Synthesis.
Get this from a library. Biopolymer methods in tissue engineering. [Anthony P Hollander; Paul V Hatton;] -- Because the rapidly developing field of tissue engineering encompasses all the major scientific disciplines-including materials science, polymer.
is a platform for academics to share research papers. Biopolymer scaffolds for tissue engineering allow cellular organization into tissue substitutes and can regulate development of connective tissue to minimize scarring. Cultured skin substitutes (CSS), consisting of autologous fibroblasts and keratinocytes on a biopolymer sponge, have been successfully used to treat full-thickness burns.
This book brings together a number of key biopolymer and biodegradable plastics topics in one place for a broad audience of engineers and scientists, especially those designing with biopolymers and biodegradable plastics, or evaluating the options for switching from traditional plastics to biopolymers.
NTNU Biopolymer Engineering. We have a proven track record in tailoring biopolymers into new biomaterials for numerous application areas within medicine and industry. Biopolymers Online with Editor in Chief Alexander Steinbüchel provides a comprehensive overview of the occurrence, metabolism, and applications of all important biopolymer classes.
This reference work treats processes for biotechnological production, isolation from organisms and modification, material properties and technical uses in areas such as chemical and food industries.
It discusses biopolymer behavior during thermoplastic extrusion and the response of certain cereals and snacks to extrusion operating parameters. Finally, it reviews engineering aspects of biopolymers used as drying aids in spray-drying and freeze-drying of fruit juices and pulps and discusses biopolymers used as cryoprotectants in food freezing.
Biopolymer applications Biomedical. Because one of the main purposes for biomedical engineering is to mimic body parts to sustain normal body functions, due to their biocompatible properties, biopolymers are used vastly for tissue engineering, medical devices and the pharmaceutical industry.
Abstract. Tissue engineering is a major focus of biotechnological research today, with the expectation that this type of technique will ultimately transform medical practice ().The most ambitious tissue-engineering schemes assume that specific tissues and organs will be restored, in a multistage fabrication procedure.
assessment of tissue quality to be particularly important since it is often neglected in published accounts of tissue engineering. We hope that readers of Biopolymer Methods in Tissue Engineering will find it a valuable reference manual for day-to-day use in their.
Tissue engineering has been shown to offer promising approaches for bone regeneration, mostly based on replacement with biomaterials that provide specific environments and support for bone growth. In this context, we previously showed that mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs) and their derivatives, such as conditioned medium (CM) and extracellular.
The final section of the book focuses on novel applications and recent developments. This book is an essential resource for researchers, scientists and advanced students in biopolymer science, polymer science, polymer chemistry, polymer composites, plastics engineering, biomaterials, materials science, biomedical engineering, and more.
In book: Keratin as a Protein Biopolymer, Chapter: 6, Publisher: Springer, Cham, pp Keratin-based nanocomposites are used in tissue engineering as it can impart characteristics like. Biopolymer Methods in Tissue Engineering Anthony P. Hollander Paul V. Hatton. Preface v Contributors xi List of Color Plates xv 1 Processing of Resorbable Poly-a-Hydroxy Acids for Us e as Tissue-Engineering Scaffolds Minna Kellomäki and Pertti Törmälä 1 2 Fibrin Microbeads (FMB) As Biodegradable Carriers for Culturin g.
Biopolymers provide a plethora of applications in the pharmaceutical and medical applications. A material that can be used for biomedical applications like wound healing, drug delivery and tissue engineering should possess certain properties like biocompatibility, biodegradation to non-toxic products, low antigenicity, high bio-activity, processability to complicated shapes with appropriate.
The book can be used by advanced undergraduate- and graduate-level students of stem cell and tissue engineering and researchers in macromolecular science, ceramics, metals for biomaterials, nanotechnology, chemistry, biology, and medicine, especially those interested in tissue engineering, stem cell engineering, and regenerative medicine.
Dipl.-Ing. Andrea Siebert-Raths is a research assistant at the University of Applied Sciences of Hanover, Germany, in the Department of Bioprocess Engineering. After her graduation, she participated in different research projects. Since August she works on a project to develop and establish a biopolymer database.[Show full abstract] most abundant biodegradable materials in nature and has been widely used in medical applications such as wound dressing, tissue engineering, controllable drug delivery system.The book presents a broad overview of the biopolymer grafting process, along with trends in the field.
It also introduces a range of grafting methods which lead to materials with enhanced properties for a range of practical applications, along with the positives and limitations of these techniques.