Nanoengineering a biocompatible inorganic scaffold for skin wound healing.

Abstract

Tissue engineering is a multidisciplinary field that can directly benefit from advancements in nanotechnology and nanoscience. This article reviews a representative selection of commercially available procedures and techniques used to treat different degrees of skin burns. It also explores the emerging novel biocompatible inorganic nano-engineered alumina membrane in terms of skin wound healing.

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@article{Poinern2010NanoengineeringAB, title={Nanoengineering a biocompatible inorganic scaffold for skin wound healing.}, author={G E J Poinern and Derek P Fawcett and Yen-Kar Ng and Neema Ali and Ravi Krishna Brundavanam and Z-T Jiang}, journal={Journal of biomedical nanotechnology}, year={2010}, volume={6 5}, pages={497-510} }