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Tissue Engineering

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Tissue Engineering - TE
Publications: 14,301| Citation Count: 173,719
Stemming Variations: tissue engineered, tissue engineers, tissue engineer, tissues engineered, tissue engin
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    • TISSUE ENGINEERING is an interdisciplinary field that applies the principles of engineering and life sciences toward the development of biological substitutes that restore, maintain, or improve tissue function. Tissue engineering has opened new avenues for plastic surgeons to reconstruct tissue defects using selective cell transplantation instead of whole tissue transplantation...

    Bob Glatzet al. theCuttingEdge theCuttingEdge

    • Tissue Engineering is an interdisciplinary field that applies the principles of biology and engineering to develop tissue substitutes to restore, maintain, or improve the function of diseased or damaged human tissues. One approach for engineering tissue involves seeding biodegradable scaffolds with hormones, then culturing and implanting the scaffolds by means of a printing technology to induce and direct the growth of new, healthy tissue cells...

    Takeo Kanadeet al. Tracking of Migrating and Proliferating Cells in Phase-Contrast Micros...

    • Tissue engineering is a field of research with interdisciplinary cooperation between clinicians, cell biologists, and materials research scientists. Many medical specialties apply tissue engineering techniques for the development of artificial replacement tissue. Stages of development extend from basic research and preclinical studies to clinical application. Despite numerous established tissue replacement methods in otorhinolaryngology, head and neck surgery, tissue engineering techniques opens up new ways for cell and tissue repair in this medical field...

    M. Bucheleret al. Tissue Engineering in Otorhinolaryngology

    • Tissue engineering is a new approach for articular cartilage repair. The aim of the present article was to review the current status of cartilage tissue engineering researches. The scaffold materials used for cartilage tissue engineering, the in vitro, in vivo studies and the clinical trials were all reviewed. Our researches about in vitro cartilage tissue engineering with new type bioactive scaffold and preliminary animal studies results will also be described...

    CHIH-HUNG CHANGet al. CARTILAGE TISSUE ENGINEERING

    • Tissue engineering (TE) is the application of principles and methods of engineering and life sciences towards the fundamental understanding of structure–function relationships in normal and pathological mammalian tissues and the development of biological substitutes to restore, maintain or improve tissue function. One key component to TE is using three-dimensional porous scaffolds to guide cells during the regeneration process...

    F. Consoloet al. Multilevel Experimental and Modelling Techniques for Bioartificial Sca...

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