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Biodegradable Thermoresponsive Polymers Applications in ...- injectable biodegradable hydrogels for tissue engineering applications and materials ,application of biodegradable thermoresponsive hydrogels within both defects and encapsulate cells and/or bioactive molecules. Injectable drug delivery and tissue engineering, mitigating the need for invasive hydrogels can serve as delivery vehicles for encapsulated growth factors surgical procedures [236]. Injectable hydrogels offer a minimally or can be modified with …Materials, Vol. 3, Pages 1746-1767: Injectable ...Materials, Vol. 3, Pages 1746-1767: Injectable, Biodegradable Hydrogels for Tissue Engineering Applications Hydrogels have many different applications in the field of regenerative medicine. Biodegradable, injectable hydrogels could be utilized as delivery systems, cell carriers, and scaffolds for tissue engineering.



Biodegradable, Photocrosslinked Alginate Hydrogels with ...

21/06/2010·Biocompatible polymers capable of photopolymerization are of immense interest for tissue engineering applications as they can be injected in a minimally invasive manner into a defect site and, then upon application of ultraviolet light, rapidly form hydrogels in situ. Cell adhesion interactions with a biomaterial are known to be important in regulating cell behaviors …

Injectable Biodegradable Hydrogels - Nguyen - 2010 ...

09/06/2010·Injectable biodegradable copolymer hydrogels, which exhibit a sol–gel phase transition in response to external stimuli, such as temperature changes or both pH and temperature (pH/temperature) alterations, have found a number of uses in biomedical and pharmaceutical applications, such as drug delivery, cell growth, and tissue engineering. …

Self-healing hydrogel for tissue repair in the central ...

This superior characteristics makes self-healing hydrogels more suitable than the traditional injectable hydrogels for tissue engineering applications. Injectable hydrogels of different formulae have been used in CNS and they can be classified into naturally derived hydrogels and synthetic hydrogels. Natural polymers, such as hyaluronic acid, agarose, collagen, and …

Biodegradable polymer hydrogel‐based tissue adhesives: A ...

03/08/2021·Tissue-adhesive materials are emerging biomaterials with potential applications in wound healing patches, tissue sealants, and haemostat materials. Tissue adhesives based on synthetic polymers generally have good adhesion but are not biodegradable. However, the long-term presence of non-biodegradable adhesives in the body can cause secondary harm to the …

Injectable, Biodegradable Hydrogels for Tissue ...

Introduction Injectable hydrogels are promising substrates for tissue engineering applications due to high tissuelike water content, ability to homogeneously encapsulate cells, efficient mass transfer, easily manipulated physical properties and minimally invasive delivery [1–3]. The hydrogel precursor loaded with growth factors and/or targeted cells can be injected into the …

Injectable Biodegradable Hydrogels - Nguyen - 2010 ...

09/06/2010·Injectable biodegradable copolymer hydrogels, which exhibit a sol–gel phase transition in response to external stimuli, such as temperature changes or both pH and temperature (pH/temperature) alterations, have found a number of uses in biomedical and pharmaceutical applications, such as drug delivery, cell growth, and tissue engineering. …

Biodegradable Thermoresponsive Polymers Applications in ...

application of biodegradable thermoresponsive hydrogels within both defects and encapsulate cells and/or bioactive molecules. Injectable drug delivery and tissue engineering, mitigating the need for invasive hydrogels can serve as delivery vehicles for encapsulated growth factors surgical procedures [236]. Injectable hydrogels offer a minimally or can be modified with …

Biodegradable hydrogels composed of oxime cross-linked ...

glycol), hyaluronic ac id and collagen: a tunable platform for soft tissue engineering . In situ crosslinking hydrogels are attractive for application as injectable hydrogel-based tissue scaffolds that adapt to fill patient-specific cavities. Oxime click chemistry was used to crosslink hydrogels that were biodegradable, soft, and

Injectable, Biodegradable Hydrogels for Tissue Engineering ...

DOI: 10.3390/ma3031746 Corpus ID: 15483549. Injectable, Biodegradable Hydrogels for Tissue Engineering Applications article{Tan2010InjectableBH, title={Injectable, Biodegradable Hydrogels for Tissue Engineering Applications}, author={Huaping Tan and Kacey G. Marra}, journal={Materials}, year={2010}, volume={3}, pages={1746 - 1767} }

Injectable biodegradable hydrogels and microgels based on ...

Poly(glycerol sebacate) (PGS) has great potential for application in tissue engineering due to its good biocompatibility, tunable mechanical properties and controlled biodegradability. However, the complex thermal curing process and poor water uptake capacity of PGS-based biomaterials limit their use directl

Injectable Biodegradable Hydrogels

applications, such as drug delivery, cell growth, and tissue engineering. These hydrogels can be used in simple pharmaceutical formulations that can be prepared by mixing the hydrogel with drugs, proteins, or cells. Such formulations are administered in a straightforward manner, through site-specific control of release behavior,

Biodegradable Thermoresponsive Polymers Applications in ...

application of biodegradable thermoresponsive hydrogels within both defects and encapsulate cells and/or bioactive molecules. Injectable drug delivery and tissue engineering, mitigating the need for invasive hydrogels can serve as delivery vehicles for encapsulated growth factors surgical procedures [236]. Injectable hydrogels offer a minimally or can be modified with …

Biodegradable Thermoresponsive Polymers Applications in ...

application of biodegradable thermoresponsive hydrogels within both defects and encapsulate cells and/or bioactive molecules. Injectable drug delivery and tissue engineering, mitigating the need for invasive hydrogels can serve as delivery vehicles for encapsulated growth factors surgical procedures [236]. Injectable hydrogels offer a minimally or can be modified with …

Injectable and biodegradable nanocomposite hydrogels ...

Injectable and biodegradable hydrogels have been demonstrated as promising materials for biomedical applications because they showed a similar 3D microenvironment with native tissue and cells were easily encapsulated and dispersed within these hydrogel scaffolds homogeneously. During the period of tissue regeneration, biodegradable hydrogels …

Injectable hydrogels as unique biomedical materials

present review summarizes biodegradable injectable hydrogels including both in situ chemically-crosslinked hydrogels and physical gels, and their applications in drug delivery and tissue engineering. Particular attention will be paid to the recent developments of reversibly thermogelling synthetic polymers.

Natural-Based Hydrogels for Tissue Engineering …

11/12/2020·The engineering of materials for tissue engineering applications is continuously assimilating novel methods and strategies from adjacent areas such as chemistry and nanotechnology. This has allowed the development of a wide range of hydrogels with more controlled physicochemical properties for the precise manipulation of cellular …

Biodegradable and Injectable Hydrogels in Biomedical ...

08/02/2022·Biodegradable and Injectable Hydrogels in Biomedical Applications. ... College of Materials Science and Engineering, Jilin Institute of Chemical Technology, Jilin City 132022, PR China. 1 author. 3. Theranostic Macromolecules Research Center and School of Chemical Engineering, Sungkyunkwan University, Suwon, Gyeonggi-do 16419, Republic of Korea. …

Delivery of TGF-β1 and chondrocytes via injectable ...

Delivery of TGF-β1 and chondrocytes via injectable, biodegradable hydrogels for cartilage tissue engineering applications Author links open overlay panel Hansoo Park a Johnna S. Temenoff a Theresa A. Holland a Yasuhiko Tabata b Antonios G. Mikos a

Biodegradable and Injectable Hydrogels in Biomedical ...

08/02/2022·After being loaded with different active substances (drugs, proteins, genes, viruses, cells, etc.), injectable hydrogels have been demonstrated to be potential in many different biomedical applications including controlled release and tissue engineering. However, biodegradability is also an important property of injectable hydrogels and allows removal of …

Modular, tissue-specific, and biodegradable hydrogel cross ...

05/06/2019·Polymeric hydrogels are well suited for tissue engineering and other biomedical applications for a number of reasons, including the hydrated environments that they provide for cells and their adjustable physicochemical properties (1, 2).Synthetic polymers used in these hydrogels include thermoresponsive poly(N-isopropylacrylamide) (PNIPAAm), which …

Temperature-responsive biodegradable injectable polymer ...

11/06/2019·Nagahama K, Ouchi T, Ohya Y. Temperature-induced hydrogels through self-assembly of cholesterol-substituted star PEG-b-PLLA copolymers: an injectable scaffold for tissue engineering. Adv Funct ...

Citrate-based biodegradable injectable hydrogel composites ...

An ex vivo study on a porcine femoral head demonstrated that PEGMC/HA is a potentially promising injectable biodegradable bone material for the treatment of osteonecrosis of the femoral head. Development of biodegradable citrate-based injectable PEGMC/HA composite is an initial step for the development of the next generation of bone tissue engineering and …

Biodegradable Hydrogels for Controlled Drug ... - SpringerLink

22/06/2018·Huaping T, Kacey GM (2010) Injectable, biodegradable hydrogels for tissue engineering applications. Materials 3:1746–1767 CrossRef Google Scholar. 8. Jay RJ, Ronak PP (2012) Role of biodegradable polymers in drug delivery. Int J Curr Pharm Res 4:74–81 Google Scholar. 9. Xiong XY, Tam KC, Gan LH (2006) Polymeric nanostructures for drug …

Injectable, Biodegradable Hydrogels for Tissue Engineering ...

Injectable, Biodegradable Hydrogels for Tissue Engineering Applications 出版年份 ... 标题. Injectable, Biodegradable Hydrogels for Tissue Engineering Applications 作者. 关键词 - 出版物. Materials Volume 3, Issue 3, Pages 1746-1767 出版商. MDPI AG 发表日期. 2010-03-10 DOI. 10.3390/ma3031746 参考文献. 查看 21 条相关文献 向作者/读者发起求助以获取更多 ...