Camilla Sehring

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Fabrication of three-dimensional (3D) hydrogel microenvironments with predefined geometry and porosity can facilitate important requirements in tissue engineering and regenerative medicine. Chitosan (CH) is well known as a biocompatible hydrogel with prospective biological properties for biomedical aims. So far, microstructuring of this soft material(More)
Hydrogels are able to mimic the basic three-dimensional (3D) biological, chemical, and mechanical properties of native tissues. Since hyaluronic acid (HA) is a chief component of human extracellular matrix (ECM), it represents an extremely attractive starting material for the fabrication of scaffolds for tissue engineering. Due to poor mechanical properties(More)
10:10 – 10:35 Functional biomaterials for skeletal tissue engineering Dr Xuebin Yang, Head of Tissue Engineering Research, University of Leeds, UK Biomaterial is one of the key elements required for tissue engineering. There has been a push in the field of tissue engineering to develop unique biomaterials, or tissue specific scaffolds. Since tissue(More)
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