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Surface engineering of living myoblasts via selective periodate oxidation
Cell surface molecules are vital for normal cell activity. To study the functions of these molecules or manipulate cell behavior, the ability to decorate cell surfaces with bioactive molecules of ourExpand
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Ozone Gas as a Benign Sterilization Treatment for PLGA Nanofiber Scaffolds.
The use of electrospun nanofibers for tissue engineering and regenerative medicine applications is a growing trend as they provide improved support for cell proliferation and survival due, in part,Expand
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Accelerated formation of multicellular 3‐D structures by cell‐to‐cell cross‐linking
The three‐dimensional (3‐D) arrangement of cells within tissues is integral to their development and function. Advances in stem cell science and regenerative medicine have stimulated interest in theExpand
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Electrospun Zein/PCL Fibrous Matrices Release Tetracycline in a Controlled Manner, Killing Staphylococcus aureus Both in Biofilms and Ex Vivo on Pig Skin, and are Compatible with Human Skin Cells
PurposeTo investigate the destruction of clinically-relevant bacteria within biofilms via the sustained release of the antibiotic tetracycline from zein-based electrospun polymeric fibrous matricesExpand
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Oxidized alginate hydrogels as niche environments for corneal epithelial cells
Chemical and biochemical modification of hydrogels is one strategy to create physiological constructs that maintain cell function. The aim of this study was to apply oxidised alginate hydrogels as aExpand
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Bioprocess Design Considerations for Cultured Meat Production With a Focus on the Expansion Bioreactor
Cultured meat, as a cellular agriculture product, utilizes tissue engineering techniques and consequently faces not only cell culture challenges but also scale-up limitations. To ensure cultured meatExpand
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Chemical modification of mammalian cell surfaces.
The mammalian cell surface is a highly heterogeneous chemical environment with proteins, carbohydrates, lipids and composite molecules controlling vital cell functions. Chemical modification of thisExpand
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Platelet lysate gel and endothelial progenitors stimulate microvascular network formation in vitro: tissue engineering implications
Revascularisation is a key step for tissue regeneration and complete organ engineering. We describe the generation of human platelet lysate gel (hPLG), an extracellular matrix preparation from humanExpand
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A spectrophotometric assay for fatty acid amide hydrolase suitable for high-throughput screening.
Signalling via the endocannabinoids anandamide and 2-arachidonylglycerol appears to be terminated largely through the action of the enzyme fatty acid amide hydrolase (FAAH). In this report, weExpand
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Killing bacteria within biofilms by sustained release of tetracycline from triple-layered electrospun micro/nanofibre matrices of polycaprolactone and poly(ethylene-co-vinyl acetate)
We report the controlled release of the antibiotic tetracycline (tet) HCl from a triple-layered electrospun matrix consisting of a central layer of poly(ethylene-co-vinyl acetate (PEVA) sandwichedExpand
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