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Biomaterials : from molecules to engineered tissues

Author: Nesrin Hasirci; Vasif Hasirci
Publisher: New York : Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers, 2004.
Series: Advances in experimental medicine and biology, v. 553.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Newrin Hasirci and Vasif Hasirci gives examples of the application areas of biomaterials involving molecules at one end of the spectrum and finished devices in the other. It covers molecular approaches as well as molecules functional in preparing and modifying biomaterials, medical devices and systems, tissue engineering and artificial organs. Chapters on biomedical informatics and ethics complement the design and  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Congresses
Congrès
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Nesrin Hasirci; Vasif Hasirci
ISBN: 0306485834 9780306485831 0306485842 9780306485848
OCLC Number: 55019232
Description: xx, 375 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm.
Contents: Machine derived contents note: I: Functional Molecules. 1. Functional Micro- and Nanoparticles Based on Poly[(N-acylimino)ethylene]; B.C. Simionescu, G. David. --
II: Smart Polymers. 2. In-Situ Crosslinking Thermoreversible Polymers for Cell Entrapment; B. Norrie, A. Jalil, J.R. Lakey, R.V. Rajotte, H. Uludag. 3. pH-Responsive Hydrogels: Swelling Model; T. Traitel, J. Kost. 4. Smart Elastin-like Polymers; J.C. Rodriguez-Cabello. --
III: Bioapplications of Polymers. 5. Chitosan: A Versatile Biomaterial; E. Yilmaz. 6. Bioapplication Oriented Polymers. Micro- and Nanoparticles for Drug Delivery Systems; V. Harabagiu, G. Fundueanu, M. Pinteala, M. Constantin, T. Hamaide. 7. Polyurethanes in Biomedical Applications; A. Burke, N. Hasirci. --
IV: Biodegradation. 8. Chemical Durability of Alumina and Selected Glasses in Simulated Body Fluid: Effect of Composition and Surface Abrasion; M. Bengisu, E. Yilmaz. 9. Degradable Phosphazene Polymers and Blends for Biomedical Applications; M. Carenza, S. Lora, L. Fambri. --
V: Functional Systems. 10. Molecularly Imprinted Polymers; K. Ulubayram. 11. Simulating Hydroxyapatite Binding of Bone-Seeking Bisphosphonates; J.E.I. Wright, Liyan Zhao, P. Choi, H. Uludag. 12. Biochips: Focusing on Surfaces and Surface Modification; E. Piskin, B. Garipcan. --
VI: Characterization And Modelling of Organs. 13. Microarchitectural Characterization of the Aortic Heart Valve; S. Brody, A. Pandit. 14. Biodynamic Modeling of Human Articulating Joints; A. Erkan Engin. --
VII: Drug Delivery Systems. 15. Novel Bioabsorbable Antibiotic Releasing Bone Fracture Fixation Implants; M. Veiranto, E. Suokas, N. Ashammakhi, P. Törmälä. 16. Advances in Analgesic Drug Design and Delivery: A Current Survey; I. Maszczynska Bonney, D. Sendil Keskin, A.W. Lipkowski, V. Hasirci, D.B. Carr. 17. Drug Delivery to Brain by Microparticulate Systems; S. Kas. 18. Bioadhesive Drug Carriers for Postoperative Chemotherapy in Bladder Cancer; E. Öztürk, M. Eroglu, N. Özdemir, E.B. Denkbas. --
VIII: Hard-Tissue Systems. 19. Three-Year Follow-up of Bioabsorbable PLLA Cages for Lumbar Interbody Fusion: In Vitro and In Vivo Degradation; D.C. Tunc, M. Van Dijk, T. Smit, P. Higham, E. Burger, P. Wuisman. 20. Metals Foams for Biomedical Applications: Processing and Mechanical Properties; M. Guden, E. Çelik, S. Çetiner, A. Aydin. 21. Oral Tissue Engineering of Complex Tooth Structures on Biodegradable DLPLG/ß-TCP Scaffolds; A. Letic-Gavrilovic, L. Todorovic, K. Abe. --
IX: Tissue Engineering. 22. Microparticulate Release Systems Based on Natural Origin Materials; G.A.A. Silva, F.J. Costa, N.M. Neves, R.L. Reis. 23. Stem Cells and Tissue Engineering; Y.M. Elçin. 24. Cartilage Tissue Engineering; G. Torun Köse, V. Hasirci. 25. Towards Dissecting The Complexity of The AP-1 (Activator Protein 1) Family; R. Unal, F. Weih, H. Schorle, P. Herrlich. --
X: Biomedical Informatics and Ethical Issues. 26. Health Informatics; N. Baykal. 27. Ethics and Animal Use In Biomedical Research; I. Haluk Gökçora. 28. Index.
Series Title: Advances in experimental medicine and biology, v. 553.
Responsibility: edited by Nesrin Hasirci and Vasif Hasirci.
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Proceedings of BIOMED 2003, the 10th International Symposium on Biomedical Science and Technology, held October 10-12, 2003, in Northern Cyprus  Read more...

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