The engineering of craniofacial tissues in the laboratory: a review of biomaterials for scaffolds and implant coatings.

@article{Abukawa2006TheEO,
  title={The engineering of craniofacial tissues in the laboratory: a review of biomaterials for scaffolds and implant coatings.},
  author={Haru Abukawa and Maria Papadaki and Mailikai Abulikemu and Jeremy A Leaf and Joseph Phillip Vacanti and Leonard B. Kaban and Maria Troulis},
  journal={Dental clinics of North America},
  year={2006},
  volume={50 2},
  pages={
          205-16, viii
        }
}
Tissue engineering is a rapidly growing interdisciplinary field that focuses on the interactions between cells, growth factors, and scaffolds to produce replacement tissue and organs. Recent developments in tissue engineering technology include refinements in isolation and differentiation of progenitor cells, 3-D printing technology to produce scaffolds, new biomaterials for scaffolds, and growth factor delivery systems. The purpose of this article is to review advances in biomaterials… CONTINUE READING
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