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Biomaterials
Brody H. Nature 2015. PMID 25806489
[Bone substitutes]
Jordana F, et al. Med Sci (Paris) 2017 - Review. PMID 28120757 French. Free article.
In addition, novel technologies by subtractive or additive techniques allow today the production of controlled architecture materials. ...
In addition, novel technologies by subtractive or additive techniques allow today the production of controlled architecture materials
Biomaterials and Advanced Technologies for Hemostatic Management of Bleeding
Hickman DA, et al. Adv Mater 2018 - Review. PMID 29164804 Free PMC article.
With such considerations, significant interdisciplinary research endeavors have been focused on developing materials and technologies that can be manufactured conveniently, sterilized to minimize contamination and enhance shelf-life, and administered intravenously to mimic, leverage, and amplify physiological hemostatic mechanisms. Here, a comprehensive review regarding the various topical, intracavitary, and intravenous hemostatic technologies in terms of materials, mechanisms, and state-of-art is provided, and challenges and opportunities to help advancement of the field are discussed....
With such considerations, significant interdisciplinary research endeavors have been focused on developing materials and technologies …
Engineered Living Materials: Prospects and Challenges for Using Biological Systems to Direct the Assembly of Smart Materials.
Nguyen PQ, et al. Adv Mater 2018 - Review. PMID 29430725 Free PMC article.
Vast potential exists for the development of novel, engineered platforms that manipulate biology for the production of programmed advanced materials. ...Early efforts toward such engineered living materials (ELMs) are reviewed here, with an emphasis on engineered bacterial systems, living composite materials which integrate inorganic components, successful examples of large-scale implementation, and production methods. ...
Vast potential exists for the development of novel, engineered platforms that manipulate biology for the production of programmed advanced …
Biomechano-Interactive Materials and Interfaces.
Cai P, et al. Adv Mater 2018 - Review. PMID 29882230
The reciprocal mechanical interaction of engineered materials with biointerfaces have long been observed and exploited in biomedical applications. It contributes to the rise of biomechano-responsive materials and biomechano-stimulatory materials, constituting the biomechano-interactive interfaces. ...
The reciprocal mechanical interaction of engineered materials with biointerfaces have long been observed and exploited in biomedical …
Organic Bioelectronics: Materials and Biocompatibility.
Feron K, et al. Int J Mol Sci 2018 - Review. PMID 30104515 Free PMC article.
Organic electronic materials have been considered for a wide-range of technological applications. More recently these organic (semi)conductors (encompassing both conducting and semi-conducting organic electronic materials) have received increasing attention as materials for bioelectronic applications. ...Here, we review the biocompatibility of organic electronic materials and their implementation in bioelectronic applications....
Organic electronic materials have been considered for a wide-range of technological applications. More recently these organic (semi)c …
On the nature of biomaterials
Williams DF. Biomaterials 2009 - Review. PMID 19651435
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