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Polyester based nerve guidance conduit design.
Incorporation of a sequential BMP-2/BMP-7 delivery system into chitosan-based scaffolds for bone tissue engineering.
Peripheral nerve conduits: technology update
- D. Arslantunali, T. Dursun, D. Yucel, N. Hasırcı, V. Hasırcı
- Medicine, BiologyMedical devices
- 1 December 2014
Recent information on the various types of conduit materials (made of biological and synthetic polymers) and designs (tubular, fibrous, and matrix type) are being presented.
The role of multiple toll-like receptor signalling cascades on interactions between biomedical polymers and dendritic cells.
Microencapsulation of phenolic compounds extracted from sour cherry pomace: effect of formulation, ultrasonication time and core to coating ratio
- Betul Cilek, A. Luca, V. Hasırcı, S. Sahin, Gulum Sumnu
- ChemistryEuropean Food Research and Technology
- 25 July 2012
Sour cherries (Prunus cerasus L.) contain phenolic compounds that decrease the proclivity to several chronic diseases such as types of cancer and cardiovascular diseases. The objective of the study…
Polymers as biomaterials.
The chemical reaction in which high molecular weight molecules are formed from monomers is known as polymerization reaction, and there are also some new polymerization techniques as click polymerization, atom transfer radical polymerization (ATRP), and reversible addition-fragmentation chain transfer polymerizations (RAFT).
3D and 4D Printing of Polymers for Tissue Engineering Applications
- Dilara Goksu Tamay, Tugba Dursun Usal, Ayse Selcen Alagoz, D. Yucel, N. Hasırcı, V. Hasırcı
- Materials Science, BiologyFront. Bioeng. Biotechnol.
- 9 July 2019
3D and 4D printing techniques have great potential in the production of scaffolds to be applied in tissue engineering, especially in constructing patient specific scaffolds, and physical and chemical guidance cues can be printed with these methods to improve the extent and rate of targeted tissue regeneration.
Bone tissue engineering on patterned collagen films: an in vitro study.
Expression of liver-specific functions by rat hepatocytes seeded in treated poly(lactic-co-glycolic) acid biodegradable foams.
PLGA foams, treated and untreated, represent a promising scaffold for scaling up hepatocyte cultures and may be a substitute for transplantation in patients whose livers can regenerate.
3D printed poly(ε-caprolactone) scaffolds modified with hydroxyapatite and poly(propylene fumarate) and their effects on the healing of rabbit femur defects.
- Senem Buyuksungur, Tuğba ENDOĞAN TANIR, N. Hasırcı
- Materials Science, MedicineBiomaterials science
- 26 September 2017
C cylindrical disks of poly(ε-caprolactone) (PCL) were printed by fused deposition modeling and modified with nanohydroxyapatite (HAp) and poly(propylene fumarate) (PPF) to create a mechanically strong implant with well-defined pore size and porosity, controllable surface hydrophilicity and osteoconductivity.