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Electrospun scaffolds for tissue engineering of vascular grafts.
There is a growing demand for off-the-shelf tissue engineered vascular grafts (TEVGs) for the replacement or bypass of damaged arteries in various cardiovascular diseases. Scaffolds from theExpand
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Controlling the porosity and microarchitecture of hydrogels for tissue engineering.
Tissue engineering holds great promise for regeneration and repair of diseased tissues, making the development of tissue engineering scaffolds a topic of great interest in biomedical research.Expand
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Synthesis, properties, and biomedical applications of gelatin methacryloyl (GelMA) hydrogels.
Gelatin methacryloyl (GelMA) hydrogels have been widely used for various biomedical applications due to their suitable biological properties and tunable physical characteristics. GelMA hydrogelsExpand
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A liver-on-a-chip platform with bioprinted hepatic spheroids.
The inadequacy of animal models in correctly predicting drug and biothreat agent toxicity in humans has resulted in a pressing need for in vitro models that can recreate the in vivo scenario. One ofExpand
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Vascularized bone tissue engineering: approaches for potential improvement.
Significant advances have been made in bone tissue engineering (TE) in the past decade. However, classical bone TE strategies have been hampered mainly due to the lack of vascularization within theExpand
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Hydrogels for cardiac tissue engineering
Hydrogel-based scaffolds are promising biomaterials to deliver cells and small biomolecules to regenerate the cardiac muscle. It is anticipated that cell-loaded hydrogels will potentially be able toExpand
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Photocrosslinkable Gelatin Hydrogel for Epidermal Tissue Engineering.
Natural hydrogels are promising scaffolds to engineer epidermis. Currently, natural hydrogels used to support epidermal regeneration are mainly collagen- or gelatin-based, which mimic the naturalExpand
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Tough and flexible CNT-polymeric hybrid scaffolds for engineering cardiac constructs.
In the past few years, a considerable amount of effort has been devoted toward the development of biomimetic scaffolds for cardiac tissue engineering. However, most of the previous scaffolds haveExpand
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Fiber-based tissue engineering: Progress, challenges, and opportunities.
Tissue engineering aims to improve the function of diseased or damaged organs by creating biological substitutes. To fabricate a functional tissue, the engineered construct should mimic theExpand
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Fabrication of porous chitosan scaffolds for soft tissue engineering using dense gas CO2.
The aim of this study was to investigate the feasibility of fabricating porous crosslinked chitosan hydrogels in an aqueous phase using dense gas CO(2) as a foaming agent. Highly porous chitosanExpand
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