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Tissue engineering and novel delivery systems

Author: Michael J Yaszemski
Publisher: New York : Marcel Dekker, ©2004.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Identifies potential therapeutic agents and biological substitutes for the restoration and enhancement of tissue and organ function. This work details applications of delivery systems in tissue  Read more...

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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Michael J Yaszemski
ISBN: 9780203913338 0203913337
OCLC Number: 613362025
Description: 1 online resource (807 pages) : illustrations
Contents: 1. Role of extracellular matrix remodeling in advanced biocompatibility --
2. Elastic protein-based biomaterials: elements of basic science, controlled release, and biocompatibility --
3. Noninvasive measurement of the transient adhesion of cells to blood-contacting surfaces --
4. Clinical properties and healing characteristics of e-PTFE vascular grafts and their effects on long-term patency --
5. Biomaterials and stent technology --
6. Long-term evaluation of a novel tissue adhesive (BioGlue) for use in surgery --
7. Bioengineered skin reconstituted from cultured epidermis and cryopreserved dermis: converting cryopreserved skin allografts into a permanent skin substitute --
8. Cutaneous gene therapy with cultured skin substitutes --
9. Surfact properties of polymeric biomaterials and their modification for tissue engineering applications --
10. Principles of living organ reconstrcution by tissue engineering --
11. Recombinant protein scaffolds for tissue engineering --
12. Auricular cartilage tissue engineering --
13. Rheology of biological fluids and their substitutes --
14. Production of microbial polyesters and their application in the construction of biodegradable, controlled antibiotic release systems --
15. Microencapsulation of protein drugs: a novel approach --
16. Polymeric gene delivery systems --
17. Bioactive molecules and biodelivery systems --
18. Biodegradable nanoparticles as drug delivery systems for parenteral administration --
19. Biodegradable hydrogels as drug controlled release vehicles --
20. Growth factor delivery by a cloned multipotent cell from bone marrow stroma potentiates bone repair --
21. New synthetic biodegradable polymers for bone morphogenetic protein delivery systems --
22. Nanosized biosensors and delivery vehicles --
23. Relationships between biomaterials and biosensors --
24. Collagen: the next generation of resorbable biodevices in surgery --
25. Polyhydroxybutyrate and its copolymers: applications in the medical field --
26. From polymer chemistry and physicochemistry to nanoparticulate drug carrier design and applications --
27. Hyperspectral analysis of collagen infused with BisGMA-based polymeric adhesive.
Other Titles: Biomaterials and bioengineering handbook.
Responsibility: edited by Michael J. Yaszemski [and others].
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