Electrospun Fibers for Spinal Cord Injury Research and Regeneration.

@article{Schaub2016ElectrospunFF,
  title={Electrospun Fibers for Spinal Cord Injury Research and Regeneration.},
  author={Nicholas J Schaub and Christopher D. Johnson and Blair Cooper and Ryan J Gilbert},
  journal={Journal of neurotrauma},
  year={2016},
  volume={33 15},
  pages={1405-15}
}
Electrospinning is the process by which a scaffold containing micrometer and nanometer diameter fibers are drawn from a polymer solution or melt using a large voltage gradient between a polymer emitting source and a grounded collector. Ramakrishna and colleagues first investigated electrospun fibers for neural applications in 2004. After this initial study, electrospun fibers are increasingly investigated for neural tissue engineering applications. Electrospun fibers robustly support axonal… CONTINUE READING
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