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TitleTissue engineering
Other authorBlitterswijk, Clemens A. van
Boer, Jan de
Type of publicationBooks
Physical description xxxi, 858 p.
Publisher 2nd ed., Academic Press, ©2015
Сall numberR857.T55 .B55 2015
LocationMedical library
Subjecttissue engineering
health and fitness
medical, clinical medicine
GenreTextbooks/Оқулықтар/Учебная литература
SummaryTissue Engineering is a comprehensive introduction to the engineering and biological aspects of this critical subject. With contributions from internationally renowned authors, it provides a broad perspective on tissue engineering for students coming to the subject for the first time. In addition to the key topics covered in the previous edition, this update also includes new material on the regulatory authorities, commercial considerations as well as new chapters on microfabrication, materiomics and cell/biomaterial interface
ContentsTissue engineering: an introduction --
Stem cells --
Tissue formation during embryogenesis --
Cellular signaling --
Extracellular matrix as a bioscaffold for tissue engineering --
degradation of biomaterials --
Cell-material interactions --
Materiomics: a toolkit for developing new biomaterials --
Microfabrication technology in tissue engineering --
Scaffold design and fabrication --
Controlled release strategies in tissue engineering – Bioreactors: enabling technologies for research and manufacturing – Clinical grade production of mesenchymal stromal cells – Vascularization, survival, and functionality of tissue-engineered constructs – Skin engineering and keratinocyte stem cell therapy – Cartilage and bone regeneration – Tissue engineering of the nervous system – Principles of cardiovascular tissue engineering – Tissue engineering of organ systems – Organs-on-a-chip – Product and process design: toward industrial TE manufacturing – clinical translation – Ethical issues in tissue engineering
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