Paninee Chetprayoon

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Nanomaterials have been widely used for applications in biomedical fields and could become indispensable in the near future. However, since it is difficult to optimize in vivo biological behavior in a 3D environment by using a single cell in vitro, there have been many failures in animal models. In vitro prediction systems using 3D human-tissue models(More)
Mouse L929 fibroblasts and normal human dermal fibroblasts (NHDFs) were constructed into three-dimensional (3-D) multilayered tissues by directly coating them with nano-films consisting of fibronectin (FN) and gelatin (G) onto the surface of the cell layer using layer-by-layer assembly. The one-, two- and five-layered (1L, 2L and 5L) tissues were cultured(More)
Monolayers of endothelial cells (1L-ECs) have been generally used as in vitro vascular wall models to study the vascular mechanisms and transport of substances. However, these two-dimensional (2D-) system cannot represent the properties of native vascular walls which have a 3D-structure and are composed of not only ECs, but also smooth muscle cells (SMCs)(More)
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