Collagens as biomaterials

@article{Ramshaw2009CollagensAB,
  title={Collagens as biomaterials},
  author={J. Ramshaw and Yong Y Peng and V. Glattauer and J. Werkmeister},
  journal={Journal of Materials Science: Materials in Medicine},
  year={2009},
  volume={20},
  pages={3-8}
}
This paper reviews the structure, function and applications of collagens as biomaterials. The various formats for collagens, either as tissue-based devices or as reconstituted soluble collagens are discussed. The major emphasis is on the new technologies that are emerging that will lead to new and improved collagen-based medical devices. In particular, the development of recombinant collagens, especially using microorganism systems, is allowing the development of safe and reproducible collagen… Expand
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