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A review on polymer nanofibers by electrospinning and their applications in nanocomposites
An Introduction to Electrospinning and Nanofibers
# Basics Relevant to Electrospinning # Electrospinning Process # Modeling of the Electrospinning Process # Characterization # Functionalization of Polymer Nanofibers # Potential Applications #…
Electrospinning of nano/micro scale poly(L-lactic acid) aligned fibers and their potential in neural tissue engineering.
Biomedical applications of polymer-composite materials: a review
A review on electrospinning design and nanofibre assemblies.
More studies are required to understand and precisely control the actual mechanics in the formation of various electrospun fibrous assemblies, which will enhance the performance of products made from nanofibres and allow application specific modifications.
Electrospinning of gelatin fibers and gelatin/PCL composite fibrous scaffolds.
- Yanzhong Zhang, H. Ouyang, C. Lim, S. Ramakrishna, Zheng-ming Huang
- Materials Science, BiologyJournal of biomedical materials research. Part B…
- 15 January 2005
The results suggest the potential of using composite gelatin/PCL fibrous scaffolds for engineering three-dimensional tissues as a promising scaffold for bone-marrow stromal cell culture.
Potential of nanofiber matrix as tissue-engineering scaffolds.
- Zu-wei Ma, M. Kotaki, R. Inai, S. Ramakrishna
- Materials Science, BiologyTissue engineering
- 28 February 2005
This review covers the preparation and modification of polymeric nanofiber matrix in the development of future tissue-engineering scaffolds and major emphasis is given to the development and applications of aligned, core shell-structured, or surface-functionalized polymer nanofibers.
Development of nanocomposites for bone grafting
Crosslinking of the electrospun gelatin nanofibers
Characterization of the surface biocompatibility of the electrospun PCL-collagen nanofibers using fibroblasts.
- Y. Z. Zhang, J. Venugopal, Z.-M. Huang, C. Lim, S. Ramakrishna
- Biology, EngineeringBiomacromolecules
- 27 July 2005
It was found that coatings of collagen on PCL nanofibrous matrix definitely favored cells proliferation, and the efficiency is coating means dependent, which suggests that the Collagen-r-PCL nan ofibers can be used as novel functional biomimetic nanofIBers toward achieving excellent integration between cells and scaffolds for tissue engineering applications.