Nanofibrous scaffolds in biomedical applications

  title={Nanofibrous scaffolds in biomedical applications},
  author={Kailash Chandra Gupta and Adnan Haider and Yu-ri Choi and Inn-Kyu Kang},
  booktitle={Biomaterials research},
Nanofibrous scaffolds are artificial extracellular matrices which provide natural environment for tissue formation. In comparison to other forms of scaffolds, the nanofibrous scaffolds promote cell adhesion, proliferation and differentiation more efficiently due to having high surface to volume ratio. Although scaffolds for tissue engineering have been fabricated by various techniques but electrospun nanofibrous scaffolds have shown great potential in the fields of tissue engineering and… CONTINUE READING

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