Co-electrospun blends of PU and PEG as potential biocompatible scaffolds for small-diameter vascular tissue engineering
Surface modification and endothelialization of biomaterials as potential scaffolds for vascular tissue engineering applications.
Both gene engineering and targeting ligand immobilization are promising methods to improve the clinical outcome of artificial vascular grafts and could effectively accelerate selective endothelial cell recruitment and functional endothelialization.
Design and development of polysaccharide hemostatic materials and their hemostatic mechanism.
This review provides an overview of polysaccharide-based hemostatic materials and agents, including their advantages and drawbacks in he mostatic applications.
Hemocompatible surface of electrospun nanofibrous scaffolds by ATRP modification.
- Yakai Feng, Jintang Guo
- Materials Science, BiologyInternational journal of molecular sciences
- 1 February 2009
The ring-opening polymerization of morpholine-2,5-dione derivatives using organic Sn and enzyme lipase is discussed and the dependence of the macroscopic properties of the block copolymers on their structure is presented.
Biodegradable, amorphous copolyester-urethane networks having shape-memory properties.
Fabricating poly(vinyl alcohol)/gelatin composite sponges with high absorbency and water-triggered expansion for noncompressible hemorrhage and wound healing.
PVA@Gel-Sp2 could obviously shorten the hemostasis time and reduce blood loss in SD rat liver defect noncompressible hemorrhage models, and exhibited better wound healing effects in a full-thickness skin defect model than commercial sponges.
Hydrophilic PCU scaffolds prepared by grafting PEGMA and immobilizing gelatin to enhance cell adhesion and proliferation.
Tannic Acid Cross-linked Polysaccharide-Based Multifunctional Hemostatic Microparticles for the Regulation of Rapid Wound Healing.
F multifunctional HMs named HM15 and HM15 ' are prepared from starch, carboxymethyl chitosan, hyaluronic acid, and tannic acid and shows excellent properties in antibacteria and wound healing acceleration.
Fabrication of PU/PEGMA crosslinked hybrid scaffolds by in situ UV photopolymerization favoring human endothelial cells growth for vascular tissue engineering
- Heyun Wang, Yakai Feng, Massuri Khan
- Materials Science, BiologyJournal of Materials Science: Materials in…
- 20 March 2012
The results indicated the crosslinked electrospun PU/PEGMA nanofibrous scaffolds were potential substitutes for artificial vascular scaffolds.