Janina Sedlaczek

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Cell-based therapies have potential for tissue regeneration but poor delivery methods lead to low viability or dispersal of cells from target sites, limiting clinical utility. Here, we developed a degradable and injectable hydrogel to deliver stem cells for bone regeneration. Alginate microbeads <200 μm are injectable, persist at implantation sites and(More)
OBJECTIVE Low-frequency ultrasound is widely used in the treatment of chronically infected wounds. To investigate its feasibility as a method for in situ restoration of metal implant surfaces in cases of peri-implantitis, we evaluated how low-frequency ultrasound affected surface properties of and response of human osteoblast-like MG63 cells to titanium(More)
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