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Critical attributes of nanofibers: preparation, drug loading, and tissue regeneration.
The electrospinning technique for nanofiber production has opened new and interesting opportunities for tissue regeneration and treatment, because they allow biomimetic supports for cell growth to beExpand
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Development and bioevaluation of nanofibers with blood-derived growth factors for dermal wound healing.
The aim of our work was to produce a modern nanomaterial with incorporated blood-derived growth factors, produced by electrospinning, applicable in treatment of chronic wounds. Platelet-rich plasmaExpand
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The impact of relative humidity during electrospinning on the morphology and mechanical properties of nanofibers.
Electrospinning is an efficient and flexible method for nanofiber production, but it is influenced by many systemic, process, and environmental parameters that govern the electrospun productExpand
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The design trend in tissue-engineering scaffolds based on nanomechanical properties of individual electrospun nanofibers.
This paper especially highlights the finding that the mechanical properties of polymeric nanofibers can be tuned by changing the fiber size as well as the composition. For this purpose, the bendingExpand
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The role of rheology of polymer solutions in predicting nanofiber formation by electrospinning
Abstract Electrospun polymer nanofibers are gaining increasing importance in tissue engineering, wound dressing and drug delivery. Here, we present a thorough rheological study of polymer solutionsExpand
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The topography of electrospun nanofibers and its impact on the growth and mobility of keratinocytes.
Despite a lot of intensive research in the field of polymer nanofibers as wound-healing and tissue-regeneration materials, the behavior of cells in contact with nanofibers in vitro as well as in vivoExpand
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Physical characteristics of poly (vinyl alcohol) solutions in relation to electrospun nanofiber formation
Abstract Nanofibers prepared from poly (vinyl alcohol) (PVA) using the electrospinning process have received a great deal of attention over the past decade due to their outstanding characteristicsExpand
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Nanofibers and their biomedical use
Abstract The idea of creating replacement for damaged or diseased tissue, which will mimic the physiological conditions and simultaneously promote regeneration by patients’ own cells, has been aExpand
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Interfacial rheology: An overview of measuring techniques and its role in dispersions and electrospinning
Interfacial rheology: An overview of measuring techniques and its role in dispersions and electrospinning Interfacial rheological properties have yet to be thoroughly explored. Only recently, methodsExpand
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Nanofiber diameter as a critical parameter affecting skin cell response.
Electrospun polymer nanofibers have opened new opportunities in the rapidly evolving field of tissue engineering, particularly due to their topography and variability of available biomaterials. InExpand
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