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Physical properties of type I collagen extracted from fish scales of Pagrus major and Oreochromis niloticas.
Microstructure, mechanical, and biomimetic properties of fish scales from Pagrus major.
Biomimetic synthesis of bone-like nanocomposites using the self-organization mechanism of hydroxyapatite and collagen
Collagen Scaffolds in Cartilage Tissue Engineering and Relevant Approaches for Future Development
- Vincent Irawan, Tzu-Cheng Sung, A. Higuchi, T. Ikoma
- BiologyTissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine
- 25 July 2018
Considering the previous improvements of physical and compositional properties of collagen scaffolds and recent manufacturing developments of structural polymer, it is concluded that hybrid strategy is a promising approach to advance further collagen-based scaffolds in CTE.
Preparation and Structure Refinement of Monoclinic Hydroxyapatite
Abstract Monoclinic hydroxyapatite was synthesized by a wet method followed by heating in air at 1473 K for 1 h. The product is carbonate-free and has a Ca/P ratio of 1.65, which is slightly lower…
Hafnium-doped hydroxyapatite nanoparticles with ionizing radiation for lung cancer treatment.
An improved method to prepare hyaluronic acid and type II collagen composite matrices.
- T. Taguchi, T. Ikoma, J. Tanaka
- Materials ScienceJournal of biomedical materials research
- 1 August 2002
An improved method to prepare hyaluronic acid (HyA) and type II collagen composite matrices will be useful in the preparation of cartilage regenerative scaffolds, and this methodology may be applied to other polyanion-polycation combinations as well.
In Vivo Biological Responses and Bioresorption of Tilapia Scale Collagen as a Potential Biomaterial
- H. Sugiura, Shunji Yunoki, E. Kondo, T. Ikoma, J. Tanaka, K. Yasuda
- Biology, EngineeringJournal of biomaterials science. Polymer edition
- 1 January 2009
Tilapia collagen is a potential alternative to conventional mammalian collagens in biomedical uses and its mechanical properties were similar to those of porcine collagen sponges with the same cross-linking methods, where WSC treatment remarkably improved the properties over DHT treatment alone.
Thermal expansion of type A carbonate apatite
Rattle-type Fe(3)O(4)@SiO(2) hollow mesoporous spheres as carriers for drug delivery.
The results indicate the potential of Fe(3)O(4)@SiO(2) hollow mesoporous spheres for drug loading and delivery into cancer cells to induce cell death.