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TitleFinely tuned fiber-based porous structures for bone tissue engineering applications
Author(s)Ribeiro, Viviana Pinto
Silva-Correia, Joana
Morais, Alain José Silva
Correlo, V. M.
Marques, A. P.
Ribeiro, A. S.
Silva, Carla
Durães, Nelson
Bonifácio, Graça
Sousa, Rui Pedro Romero Amandi
Oliveira, J. M.
Oliveira, Ana Leite Almeida Monteiro
Reis, R. L.
Keywords3D scaffold
Bone regeneration
Cell differentiation
Novel material
Issue date2016
CitationRibeiro V. P., Silva-Correia J., Morais A., Correlo V. M., Marques A. P., Ribeiro A. S., Silva C., Durães N. F., Bonifácio G., Sousa R. A., Oliveira J. M., Oliveira A. L., Reis R. L. Finely tuned fiber-based porous structures for bone tissue engineering applications, Frontiers in Bioengineering and Biotechnology, doi:10.3389/conf.FBIOE.2016.01.02658, 2016
Abstract(s)[Excerpt] Scaffolds developed for bone tissue engineering (TE) must possess specific structural properties to allow neo-tissue formation and integration within the material[1]. Several polymeric systems and processing methodologies have been proposed to develop bone TE scaffolds. Nevertheless, the so far proposed strategies do not fulfil all the requirements for effective bone regeneration. Textile technologies have recently emerged as an industrial route for producing more complex fibre-based porous scaffolds[2]. Silk fibroin (SF) from Bombyx mori has already proved to be a good biomaterial for bone TE[3]. SF-based structures are known for the impressive mechanical properties and biocompatibility, which meet the basic requirements for developing bone TE scaffolds[4],[5]. [...]
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