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245 00 Biomaterials for tissue engineering applications :|ba 
       review of the past and future trends /|cJason A. Burdick, 
       Robert L. Mauck, editors. 
264  1 Wien ;|aNew York :|bSpringer,|c2011. 
300    1 online resource (x, 564 pages) :|billustrations 
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504    Includes bibliographical references. 
505 00 |gNote continued:|g3.|tFibrous Scaffolds for Tissue 
       Engineering /|rSarah E. Grieshaber /|rXinqiao Jia /
       |rAlexandra J.E. Farran /|rAmit K. Jha --|g3.1.
       |tIntroduction /|rJames A. Cooper Jr. /|rWan-Ju Li --
       |g3.2.|tRationale for Using Fibers as a Scaffolding 
       Material /|rJames A. Cooper Jr. /|rWan-Ju Li --|g3.2.1.
       |tFavorable Structural Properties /|rJames A. Cooper Jr. /
       |rWan-Ju Li --|g3.2.2.|tImitation of Extracellular Matrix 
       /|rJames A. Cooper Jr. /|rWan-Ju Li --|g3.2.3.|tStructural
       and Property Versatility /|rJames A. Cooper Jr. /|rWan-Ju 
       Li --|g3.3.|tMicrofibrous Scaffolds /|rJames A. Cooper Jr.
       /|rWan-Ju Li --|g3.3.1.|tFabrication /|rJames A. Cooper 
       Jr. /|rWan-Ju Li --|g3.3.2.|tBiomedical Applications /
       |rJames A. Cooper Jr. /|rWan-Ju Li --|g3.4.|tNanofibrous 
       Scaffolds /|rJames A. Cooper Jr. /|rWan-Ju Li --|g3.4.1.
       |tFabrication /|rJames A. Cooper Jr. /|rWan-Ju Li --|g3.5.
       |tElectrospinning Technique /|rJames A. Cooper Jr. /|rWan-
       Ju Li --|g3.5.1.|tSetup /|rJames A. Cooper Jr. /|rWan-Ju 
       Li --|g3.5.2.|tFabrication and Properties of Electrospun 
       Nanofibrous Scaffolds /|rJames A. Cooper Jr. /|rWan-Ju Li 
       --|g3.5.3.|tBiological Enhancement with Nanofibrous 
       Scaffold /|rJames A. Cooper Jr. /|rWan-Ju Li --|g3.5.4.
       |tBiomaterials for Nanofibrous Scaffolds /|rJames A. 
       Cooper Jr. /|rWan-Ju Li --|g3.5.5.|tComparison Between 
       Microfibrous and Nanofibrous Scaffolds /|rJames A. Cooper 
       Jr. /|rWan-Ju Li --|g3.5.6.|tNanofibrous Scaffolds for 
       Tissue Engineering Applications /|rJames A. Cooper Jr. /
       |rWan-Ju Li --|g3.6.|tFuture Directions /|rJames A. Cooper
       Jr. /|rWan-Ju Li --|tReferences /|rJames A. Cooper Jr. /
       |rWan-Ju Li --|g4.|tBioelastomers in Tissue Engineering /
       |rJames A. Cooper Jr. /|rWan-Ju Li --|g4.1.|tIntroduction 
       /|rYadong Wang /|rZhengwei You --|g4.1.1.|tMatrix 
       Elasticity Impacts Cell and Tissue Function /|rYadong Wang
       /|rZhengwei You --|g4.1.2.|tMechanical Stimulation Affects
       Cell and Tissue Development /|rYadong Wang /|rZhengwei 
       You. 
505 00 |gNote continued:|g4.1.3.|tElastic Materials are Important
       Scaffold Materials for Tissue Engineering /|rYadong Wang /
       |rZhengwei You --|g4.2.|tDesigning Bioelastomers for 
       Tissue Engineering /|rYadong Wang /|rZhengwei You --
       |g4.2.1.|tImportant Considerations in Bioelastomer Design 
       /|rYadong Wang /|rZhengwei You --|g4.2.2.|tCurrent State 
       of Bioelastomers /|rYadong Wang /|rZhengwei You --|g4.3.
       |tRecent Progress of Synthetic Bioelastomers /|rYadong 
       Wang /|rZhengwei You --|g4.3.1.|tPolyurethanes /|rYadong 
       Wang /|rZhengwei You --|g4.3.2.|tOther Thermoplastic 
       Bioelastomers /|rYadong Wang /|rZhengwei You --|g4.3.3.
       |tPoly(glycerol sebacate) /|rYadong Wang /|rZhengwei You -
       -|g4.3.4.|tOther Thermoset Bioelastomers /|rYadong Wang /
       |rZhengwei You --|g4.4.|tFuture Directions /|rYadong Wang 
       /|rZhengwei You --|tReferences /|rYadong Wang /|rZhengwei 
       You --|g5.|tMicroscale Biomaterials for Tissue Engineering
       /|rYadong Wang /|rZhengwei You --|g5.1.|tIntroduction /
       |rIan Wheeldon /|rJavier Fernandez /|rAli Khademhosseini /
       |rHirokazu Kaji /|rHojae Bae --|g5.2.|tMicroscale 
       Technologies for Engineering Biomaterials and the Cell 
       Microenvironment /|rIan Wheeldon /|rJavier Fernandez /
       |rAli Khademhosseini /|rHirokazu Kaji /|rHojae Bae --
       |g5.2.1.|tPhotolithography /|rIan Wheeldon /|rJavier 
       Fernandez /|rHojae Bae /|rHirokazu Kaji /|rAli 
       Khademhosseini --|g5.2.2.|tSoft Lithography /|rIan 
       Wheeldon /|rJavier Fernandez /|rAli Khademhosseini /
       |rHirokazu Kaji /|rHojae Bae --|g5.2.3.|tMicrofluidics /
       |rIan Wheeldon /|rJavier Fernandez /|rAli Khademhosseini /
       |rHirokazu Kaji /|rHojae Bae --|g5.2.4.|tRobotic Spotting 
       and Printing /|rIan Wheeldon /|rJavier Fernandez /|rAli 
       Khademhosseini /|rHirokazu Kaji /|rHojae Bae --|g5.2.5.
       |tOther Microscale Techniques /|rIan Wheeldon /|rJavier 
       Fernandez /|rAli Khademhosseini /|rHirokazu Kaji /|rHojae 
       Bae. 
505 00 |gNote continued:|g5.3.|tMicroscale Engineering of the 
       Cell Microenvironment /|rIan Wheeldon /|rJavier Fernandez 
       /|rAli Khademhosseini /|rHirokazu Kaji /|rHojae Bae --
       |g5.3.1.|tCell Patterning and Controlling Cell[-]Cell 
       Contacts /|rIan Wheeldon /|rJavier Fernandez /|rAli 
       Khademhosseini /|rHirokazu Kaji /|rHojae Bae --|g5.3.2.
       |tControlling Tissue Microarchitecture /|rIan Wheeldon /
       |rJavier Fernandez /|rAli Khademhosseini /|rHirokazu Kaji 
       /|rHojae Bae --|g5.3.3.|tCell-Soluble Factor Interactions 
       /|rIan Wheeldon /|rJavier Fernandez /|rAli Khademhosseini 
       /|rHirokazu Kaji /|rHojae Bae --|g5.4.|tHigh Thoughput and
       Combinatorial Investigations of the Cell Microenvironment 
       /|rIan Wheeldon /|rJavier Fernandez /|rAli Khademhosseini 
       /|rHirokazu Kaji /|rHojae Bae --|g5.4.1.|tHigh Throughput 
       Synthesis and Screening of Cell Microenvironments /|rIan 
       Wheeldon /|rJavier Fernandez /|rAli Khademhosseini /
       |rHirokazu Kaji /|rHojae Bae --|g5.4.2.|tMicrofluidics for
       High Throughput Investigations of the Cell 
       Microenvironment /|rIan Wheeldon /|rJavier Fernandez /
       |rAli Khademhosseini /|rHirokazu Kaji /|rHojae Bae --
       |g5.5.|tFuture Directions /|rIan Wheeldon /|rJavier 
       Fernandez /|rAli Khademhosseini /|rHirokazu Kaji /|rHojae 
       Bae --|tReferences /|rIan Wheeldon /|rJavier Fernandez /
       |rAli Khademhosseini /|rHirokazu Kaji /|rHojae Bae --|g6.
       |tMicro and Nanotechnologies for Tissue Engineering /|rIan
       Wheeldon /|rJavier Fernandez /|rAli Khademhosseini /
       |rHirokazu Kaji /|rHojae Bae --|g6.1.|tIntroduction /|rPen
       -hsiu Grace Chao /|rNadeen O. Chahine --|g6.2.|tCreation 
       of Micro- and Nano Features on 2D Substrates /|rPen-hsiu 
       Grace Chao /|rNadeen O. Chahine --|g6.2.1.|tSubstrate 
       Modification /|rPen-hsiu Grace Chao /|rNadeen O. Chahine -
       -|g6.2.2.|tSurface Patterning /|rNadeen O. Chahine /|rPen-
       hsiu Grace Chao --|g6.2.3.|tSoft Lithography /|rPen-hsiu 
       Grace Chao /|rNadeen O. Chahine. 
505 00 |gNote continued:|g6.2.4.|tMicro Contact Printing ([]CP) /
       |rPen-hsiu Grace Chao /|rNadeen O. Chahine --|g6.2.5.
       |tMicro and Nano Fluidics /|rPen-hsiu Grace Chao /|rNadeen
       O. Chahine --|g6.3.|tCellular Interactions with 2D Micro 
       and Nano Patterns /|rPen-hsiu Grace Chao /|rNadeen O. 
       Chahine --|g6.3.1.|tMechanism of Cell[-]Matrix 
       Interactions /|rPen-hsiu Grace Chao /|rNadeen O. Chahine -
       -|g6.3.2.|tChanges in Morphology /|rPen-hsiu Grace Chao /
       |rNadeen O. Chahine --|g6.3.3.|tEffect on Migration /|rPen
       -hsiu Grace Chao /|rNadeen O. Chahine --|g6.3.4.|tCellular
       Proliferation /|rPen-hsiu Grace Chao /|rNadeen O. Chahine 
       --|g6.3.5.|tPhenotype /|rPen-hsiu Grace Chao /|rNadeen O. 
       Chahine --|g6.4.|tNanomaterials and Synthesis /|rPen-hsiu 
       Grace Chao /|rNadeen O. Chahine --|g6.4.1.|tNanofibers /
       |rPen-hsiu Grace Chao /|rNadeen O. Chahine --|g6.4.2.
       |tNanotubes /|rPen-hsiu Grace Chao /|rNadeen O. Chahine --
       |g6.4.3.|tFunctionalized Nanomaterials /|rPen-hsiu Grace 
       Chao /|rNadeen O. Chahine --|g6.5.|tInterfacing Cells with
       Nanomaterials /|rPen-hsiu Grace Chao /|rNadeen O. Chahine 
       --|g6.5.1.|tBone Tissue Engineering /|rPen-hsiu Grace Chao
       /|rNadeen O. Chahine --|g6.5.2.|tArticular Cartilage 
       Tissue Engineering /|rPen-hsiu Grace Chao /|rNadeen O. 
       Chahine --|g6.5.3.|tFibrocartilaginous Tissues (Meniscus 
       and Intervertebral Disc) /|rPen-hsiu Grace Chao /|rNadeen 
       O. Chahine --|g6.5.4.|tTendon/Ligament Tissue Engineering 
       /|rPen-hsiu Grace Chao /|rNadeen O. Chahine --|g6.5.5.
       |tNeural and Muscular Tissue Engineering /|rPen-hsiu Grace
       Chao /|rNadeen O. Chahine --|g6.6.|tFuture Directions /
       |rPen-hsiu Grace Chao /|rNadeen O. Chahine --|tReferences 
       /|rPen-hsiu Grace Chao /|rNadeen O. Chahine --|g7.
       |tBioceramics in Tissue Engineering /|rPen-hsiu Grace Chao
       /|rNadeen O. Chahine --|g7.1.|tIntroduction /|rYunzhi Yang
       /|rYunqing Kang /|rMilan Sen /|rSangwon Park. 
505 00 |gNote continued:|g7.2.|tClassification of Bioceramics /
       |rYunzhi Yang /|rYunqing Kang /|rMilan Sen /|rSangwon Park
       --|g7.2.1.|tBioinert Ceramics /|rYunzhi Yang /|rYunqing 
       Kang /|rMilan Sen /|rSangwon Park --|g7.2.2.|tGlass-
       Ceramic and Bioactive Glass /|rYunzhi Yang /|rYunqing Kang
       /|rMilan Sen /|rSangwon Park --|g7.2.3.|tCalcium Phosphate
       Bioceramics /|rYunzhi Yang /|rYunqing Kang /|rMilan Sen /
       |rSangwon Park --|g7.3.|tApplications of Calcium Phosphate
       Ceramics /|rYunzhi Yang /|rYunqing Kang /|rMilan Sen /
       |rSangwon Park --|g7.3.1.|tBioactive Cement /|rYunzhi Yang
       /|rYunqing Kang /|rMilan Sen /|rSangwon Park --|g7.3.2.
       |tPorous Bioceramic Scaffolds for Bone Tissue Engineering 
       /|rYunzhi Yang /|rYunqing Kang /|rMilan Sen /|rSangwon 
       Park --|g7.3.3.|tCeramic-Based Composite Scaffold for 
       Tissue Engineering and Drug Delivery /|rYunzhi Yang /
       |rYunqing Kang /|rMilan Sen /|rSangwon Park --|g7.4.
       |tBioceramics for Cancer Therapy /|rYunzhi Yang /|rYunqing
       Kang /|rMilan Sen /|rSangwon Park --|g7.4.1.|tBioceramics 
       for Radiation Therapy /|rYunzhi Yang /|rYunqing Kang /
       |rMilan Sen /|rSangwon Park --|g7.4.2.|tBioceramics for 
       Hyperthermia Therapy for Cancer /|rYunzhi Yang /|rYunqing 
       Kang /|rMilan Sen /|rSangwon Park --|g7.5.|tBioceramics 
       for Dental Application /|rYunzhi Yang /|rYunqing Kang /
       |rMilan Sen /|rSangwon Park --|g7.6.|tFuture Trends /
       |rYunzhi Yang /|rYunqing Kang /|rMilan Sen /|rSangwon Park
       --|tReferences /|rYunzhi Yang /|rYunqing Kang /|rMilan Sen
       /|rSangwon Park --|g8.|tNatural Materials in Tissue 
       Engineering Applications /|rYunzhi Yang /|rYunqing Kang /
       |rMilan Sen /|rSangwon Park --|g8.1.|tIntroduction /
       |rElyssa L. Monzack /|rKarien J. Rodriguez /|rChloe M. 
       McCoy /|rXiaoxiao Gu /|rKristyn S. Masters --|g8.2.
       |tConcepts in Material Development /|rElyssa L. Monzack /
       |rKarien J. Rodriguez /|rChloe M. McCoy /|rXiaoxiao Gu /
       |rKristyn S. Masters. 
505 00 |gNote continued:|g8.2.1.|tCollagen and Gelatin /|rElyssa 
       L. Monzack /|rKarien J. Rodriguez /|rChloe M. McCoy /
       |rXiaoxiao Gu /|rKristyn S. Masters --|g8.2.2.|tFibrin /
       |rElyssa L. Monzack /|rKarien J. Rodriguez /|rChloe M. 
       McCoy /|rXiaoxiao Gu /|rKristyn S. Masters --|g8.2.3.
       |tElastin /|rElyssa L. Monzack /|rKarien J. Rodriguez /
       |rChloe M. McCoy /|rXiaoxiao Gu /|rKristyn S. Masters --
       |g8.2.4.|tHyaluronic Acid /|rElyssa L. Monzack /|rKarien 
       J. Rodriguez /|rChloe M. McCoy /|rXiaoxiao Gu /|rKristyn 
       S. Masters --|g8.2.5.|tSilk /|rElyssa L. Monzack /|rKarien
       J. Rodriguez /|rChloe M. McCoy /|rXiaoxiao Gu /|rKristyn 
       S. Masters --|g8.2.6.|tAlginate /|rElyssa L. Monzack /
       |rKarien J. Rodriguez /|rChloe M. McCoy /|rXiaoxiao Gu /
       |rKristyn S. Masters --|g8.2.7.|tChitosan /|rElyssa L. 
       Monzack /|rKarien J. Rodriguez /|rChloe M. McCoy /
       |rXiaoxiao Gu /|rKristyn S. Masters --|g8.3.|tReview of 
       Previous Work /|rElyssa L. Monzack /|rKarien J. Rodriguez 
       /|rChloe M. McCoy /|rXiaoxiao Gu /|rKristyn S. Masters --
       |g8.3.1.|tCollagen and Gelatin /|rElyssa L. Monzack /
       |rKarien J. Rodriguez /|rChloe M. McCoy /|rXiaoxiao Gu /
       |rKristyn S. Masters --|g8.3.2.|tFibrin /|rElyssa L. 
       Monzack /|rKarien J. Rodriguez /|rChloe M. McCoy /
       |rKristyn S. Masters /|rXiaoxiao Gu --|g8.3.3.|tSilk /
       |rChloe M. McCoy /|rKarien J. Rodriguez /|rElyssa L. 
       Monzack /|rXiaoxiao Gu /|rKristyn S. Masters --|g8.3.4.
       |tElastin /|rKristyn S. Masters /|rXiaoxiao Gu /|rChloe M.
       McCoy /|rKarien J. Rodriguez /|rElyssa L. Monzack --
       |g8.3.5.|tHyaluronic Acid /|rKristyn S. Masters /|rElyssa 
       L. Monzack /|rKarien J. Rodriguez /|rChloe M. McCoy /
       |rXiaoxiao Gu --|g8.3.6.|tAlginate /|rKarien J. Rodriguez 
       /|rKristyn S. Masters /|rXiaoxiao Gu /|rChloe M. McCoy /
       |rElyssa L. Monzack --|g8.3.7.|tChitosan /|rKarien J. 
       Rodriguez /|rElyssa L. Monzack /|rXiaoxiao Gu /|rChloe M. 
       McCoy /|rKristyn S. Masters. 
505 00 |gNote continued:|g8.4.|tFuture Directions /|rKristyn S. 
       Masters /|rChloe M. McCoy /|rElyssa L. Monzack /|rKarien 
       J. Rodriguez /|rXiaoxiao Gu --|tReferences /|rElyssa L. 
       Monzack /|rChloe M. McCoy /|rXiaoxiao Gu /|rKristyn S. 
       Masters /|rKarien J. Rodriguez --|g9.|tEngineered 
       Polypeptides for Tissue Engineering /|rKristyn S. Masters 
       /|rElyssa L. Monzack /|rKarien J. Rodriguez /|rChloe M. 
       McCoy /|rXiaoxiao Gu --|g9.1.|tIntroduction /|rWei Shen --
       |g9.2.|tConcepts in Material Development /|rWei Shen --
       |g9.3.|tReview of Previous Work /|rWei Shen --|g9.3.1.
       |tCollagen-Inspired Polypeptide Materials /|rWei Shen --
       |g9.3.2.|tElastin-Inspired Polypeptide Materials 25I /
       |rWei Shen --|g9.3.3.|tSilk-Inspired Polypeptide Materials
       /|rWei Shen --|g9.3.4.|tPolypeptide Materials Self-
       Assembled Through & alpha;-Helical Domains /|rWei Shen --
       |g9.3.5.|tBioactive and Dynamic Materials /|rWei Shen --
       |g9.3.6.|tBiosynthetic Incorporation of Non-natural Amino 
       Acid Analogs for Engineering Polypeptide Materials /|rWei 
       Shen --|g9.4.|tFuture Directions /|rWei Shen --
       |tReferences /|rWei Shen --|g10.|tCartilage Engineering: 
       Current Status and Future Trends /|rWei Shen --|g10.1.
       |tCartilage Tissue: Structure, Function, and Disease /
       |rEmily E. Coates /|rJohn P. Fisher --|g10.1.1.|tCellular 
       and Extracellular Matrix Components /|rEmily E. Coates /
       |rJohn P. Fisher --|g10.1.2.|tProper Tissue Function and 
       Response to Stress /|rEmily E. Coates /|rJohn P. Fisher --
       |g10.1.3.|tAged and Damaged Tissue /|rEmily E. Coates /
       |rJohn P. Fisher --|g10.1.4.|tNeed for Repair and 
       Regeneration Strategies /|rEmily E. Coates /|rJohn P. 
       Fisher --|g10.2.|tCurrent Standards of Care and 
       Limitations /|rEmily E. Coates /|rJohn P. Fisher --
       |g10.2.1.|tCurrent Treatments in Cartilage Repair /|rEmily
       E. Coates /|rJohn P. Fisher --|g10.2.2.|tLimitations of 
       Current Standard Practices and Need for Engineering 
       Approaches /|rEmily E. Coates /|rJohn P. Fisher. 
505 00 |gNote continued:|g10.3.|tCartilage Engineering /|rEmily 
       E. Coates /|rJohn P. Fisher --|g10.3.1.|tRequirements of 
       an Engineered Construct /|rEmily E. Coates /|rJohn P. 
       Fisher --|g10.3.2.|tBiomaterials and Cells for Cartilage 
       Engineering /|rEmily E. Coates /|rJohn P. Fisher --
       |g10.3.3.|tEngineered Constructs in Clinical Trials and 
       Early Applications /|rEmily E. Coates /|rJohn P. Fisher --
       |g10.3.4.|tCurrent Research Efforts /|rEmily E. Coates /
       |rJohn P. Fisher --|g10.4.|tFuture Directions /|rEmily E. 
       Coates /|rJohn P. Fisher --|g10.4.1.|tZonal Cartilage 
       Engineering /|rEmily E. Coates /|rJohn P. Fisher --
       |g10.4.2.|tStem Cells /|rEmily E. Coates /|rJohn P. Fisher
       --|g10.4.3.|tDynamic Culture Systems /|rEmily E. Coates /
       |rJohn P. Fisher --|tReferences /|rEmily E. Coates /|rJohn
       P. Fisher --|g11.|tBiomaterials for Regeneration of 
       Tendons and Ligaments /|rEmily E. Coates /|rJohn P. Fisher
       --|g11.1.|tIntroduction /|rTaymour M. Hammoudi /|rJohnna 
       S. Temenoff --|g11.2.|tTissue Overview and Requirements /
       |rTaymour M. Hammoudi /|rJohnna S. Temenoff --|g11.2.1.
       |tPhysiology and Mechanical Properties /|rTaymour M. 
       Hammoudi /|rJohnna S. Temenoff --|g11.2.2.|tStructure 31I 
       /|rTaymour M. Hammoudi /|rJohnna S. Temenoff --|g11.2.3.
       |tInterfaces with Other Orthopaedic Tissues /|rTaymour M. 
       Hammoudi /|rJohnna S. Temenoff --|g11.2.4.|tInjury and 
       Repair /|rTaymour M. Hammoudi /|rJohnna S. Temenoff --
       |g11.3.|tCurrent Techniques for Reconstruction and Tissue 
       Engineering /|rTaymour M. Hammoudi /|rJohnna S. Temenoff -
       -|g11.3.1.|tCurrent Surgical Management and Reconstruction
       of Tendons and Ligaments /|rTaymour M. Hammoudi /|rJohnna 
       S. Temenoff --|g11.3.2.|tBiomaterials for Tissue 
       Engineering of Tendons and Ligaments /|rTaymour M. 
       Hammoudi /|rJohnna S. Temenoff --|g11.4.|tConclusions and 
       Future Work /|rTaymour M. Hammoudi /|rJohnna S. Temenoff -
       -|tReferences /|rJohnna S. Temenoff /|rTaymour M. 
       Hammoudi. 
505 00 |gNote continued:|g12.|tMaterials for Bone Graft 
       Substitutes and Osseous Tissue Regeneration /|rTaymour M. 
       Hammoudi /|rJohnna S. Temenoff --|g12.1.|tIntroduction /
       |rSteven B. Nicoll --|g12.2.|tCurrent Bone Grafting 
       Materials /|rSteven B. Nicoll --|g12.2.1.|tDemineralized 
       Bone Matrix /|rSteven B. Nicoll --|g12.2.2.|tCalcium 
       Phosphate Ceramics and Bioactive Glasses /|rSteven B. 
       Nicoll --|g12.2.3.|tNatural and Synthetic Polymers /
       |rSteven B. Nicoll --|g12.3.|tNew Developments in Bone 
       Grafting Materials /|rSteven B. Nicoll --|g12.3.1.|tSelf-
       Assembled Biomimetic Materials /|rSteven B. Nicoll --
       |g12.3.2.|tNanocomposite Scaffolds (Collagen) /|rSteven B.
       Nicoll --|g12.3.3.|tNanocomposite Scaffolds (Synthetics) /
       |rSteven B. Nicoll --|g12.3.4.|tNanocomposite Scaffolds 
       (Natural Materials) /|rSteven B. Nicoll --|g12.3.5.
       |tMicrosphere-Based Scaffolds /|rSteven B. Nicoll --
       |g12.3.6.|tNanophase Ceramics and Material Properties/
       Processing /|rSteven B. Nicoll --|g12.4.|tFuture 
       Directions /|rSteven B. Nicoll --|tReferences /|rSteven B.
       Nicoll --|g13.|tFibrocartilage Tissue Engineering /
       |rSteven B. Nicoll --|g13.1.|tIntroduction /|rChristopher 
       J. Hunter --|g13.2.|tTissue Overview/Requirements /
       |rChristopher J. Hunter --|g13.3.|tReview of Previous Work
       /|rChristopher J. Hunter --|g13.3.1.|tArchitecture /
       |rChristopher J. Hunter --|g13.3.2.|tBiocompatibility /
       |rChristopher J. Hunter --|g13.3.3.|tBioactive Cues /
       |rChristopher J. Hunter --|g13.3.4.|tMechanical Function /
       |rChristopher J. Hunter --|g13.3.5.|tDeliverability /
       |rChristopher J. Hunter --|g13.4.|tFuture Directions /
       |rChristopher J. Hunter --|g13.4.1.|tAligned/
       Microengineered Anisotropic Materials /|rChristopher J. 
       Hunter --|g13.4.2.|tCell Adhesion and Targeted Signalling 
       /|rChristopher J. Hunter --|g13.4.3.|tDelivery Systems /
       |rChristopher J. Hunter --|g13.4.4.|tUltimate Engineered 
       Fibrocartilage: One Author's Guess /|rChristopher J. 
       Hunter --|tReferences /|rChristopher J. Hunter. 
505 00 |gNote continued:|g14.|tLiver Tissue Engineering /
       |rChristopher J. Hunter --|g14.1.|tIntroduction /|rDeepak 
       Nagrath /|rSihong Wang --|g14.2.|tConcepts in Liver Tissue
       Engineering /|rDeepak Nagrath /|rSihong Wang --|g14.2.1.
       |tLiver Anatomy, Physiology and Diseases /|rDeepak Nagrath
       /|rSihong Wang --|g14.2.2.|tCell Source for Liver Tissue 
       Engineering /|rDeepak Nagrath /|rSihong Wang --|g14.2.3.
       |tMethods and Biomaterials for Ex Vivo Primary Hepatocyte 
       Culture /|rDeepak Nagrath /|rSihong Wang --|g14.3.|tReview
       of Previous Work of Liver Support Systems /|rDeepak 
       Nagrath /|rSihong Wang --|g14.3.1.|tArtificial/
       Bioartificial Liver /|rDeepak Nagrath /|rSihong Wang --
       |g14.3.2.|tHepatocyte Transplantation and Transplantable 
       Liver Constructs /|rDeepak Nagrath /|rSihong Wang --
       |g14.4.|tFuture Directions /|rDeepak Nagrath /|rSihong 
       Wang --|tReferences /|rDeepak Nagrath /|rSihong Wang --
       |g15.|tCardiac Tissue Engineering /|rDeepak Nagrath /
       |rSihong Wang --|g15.1.|tIntroduction /|rDevang Odedra /
       |rLoraine Chiu /|rMilica Radisic /|rFiona Rask /
       |rKatherine Chiang /|rLewis Reis --|g15.2.|tCardiac Tissue
       Overview and Requirements for Successful Tissue 
       Engineering /|rDevang Odedra /|rLoraine Chiu /|rMilica 
       Radisic /|rFiona Rask /|rKatherine Chiang /|rLewis Reis --
       |g15.2.1.|tHealthy Myocardium /|rDevang Odedra /|rLoraine 
       Chiu /|rMilica Radisic /|rFiona Rask /|rKatherine Chiang /
       |rLewis Reis --|g15.2.2.|tMyocardial Infarction and Heart 
       Failure /|rDevang Odedra /|rLoraine Chiu /|rMilica Radisic
       /|rFiona Rask /|rKatherine Chiang /|rLewis Reis --
       |g15.2.3.|tCurrent Clinical Treatment Methods /|rDevang 
       Odedra /|rLoraine Chiu /|rMilica Radisic /|rFiona Rask /
       |rKatherine Chiang /|rLewis Reis --|g15.2.4.|tEmerging 
       Treatment Options /|rLoraine Chiu /|rLewis Reis /|rDevang 
       Odedra /|rKatherine Chiang /|rMilica Radisic /|rFiona 
       Rask. 
505 00 |gNote continued:|g15.2.5.|tRequirements for Successful 
       Myocardial Regeneration /|rDevang Odedra /|rLoraine Chiu /
       |rMilica Radisic /|rFiona Rask /|rKatherine Chiang /
       |rLewis Reis --|g15.3.|tReview of Previous Work /|rDevang 
       Odedra /|rLoraine Chiu /|rMilica Radisic /|rFiona Rask /
       |rKatherine Chiang /|rLewis Reis --|g15.3.1.|tCell 
       Injection /|rDevang Odedra /|rLoraine Chiu /|rMilica 
       Radisic /|rFiona Rask /|rKatherine Chiang /|rLewis Reis --
       |g15.3.2.|tIn Vitro Cardiac Tissue Engineering /|rDevang 
       Odedra /|rLoraine Chiu /|rMilica Radisic /|rFiona Rask /
       |rKatherine Chiang /|rLewis Reis --|g15.4.|tFuture 
       Directions /|rDevang Odedra /|rLoraine Chiu /|rMilica 
       Radisic /|rFiona Rask /|rKatherine Chiang /|rLewis Reis --
       |g15.5.|tSummary /|rDevang Odedra /|rLoraine Chiu /
       |rMilica Radisic /|rFiona Rask /|rKatherine Chiang /
       |rLewis Reis --|tReferences /|rDevang Odedra /|rLoraine 
       Chiu /|rMilica Radisic /|rFiona Rask /|rKatherine Chiang /
       |rLewis Reis --|g16.|tBiomaterials Approaches in Vascular 
       Engineering: a Review of Past and Future Trends /|rDevang 
       Odedra /|rLoraine Chiu /|rMilica Radisic /|rFiona Rask /
       |rKatherine Chiang /|rLewis Reis --|g16.1.|tIntroduction /
       |rDonny Hanjaya-Putra /|rSharon Gerecht /|rMaureen Wanjare
       --|g16.1.1.|tImportance of Vascularization /|rDonny 
       Hanjaya-Putra /|rSharon Gerecht /|rMaureen Wanjare --
       |g16.1.2.|tCell Sources /|rDonny Hanjaya-Putra /|rSharon 
       Gerecht /|rMaureen Wanjare --|g16.1.3.|tAngiogenic Growth 
       Factors /|rSharon Gerecht /|rMaureen Wanjare /|rDonny 
       Hanjaya-Putra --|g16.1.4.|tScaffold Design /|rDonny 
       Hanjaya-Putra /|rSharon Gerecht /|rMaureen Wanjare --
       |g16.2.|tConcepts in Material Development and Tissue 
       Requirements /|rDonny Hanjaya-Putra /|rMaureen Wanjare /
       |rSharon Gerecht --|g16.2.1.|tBiomimetic Materials: A 
       Lesson from Postnatal Angiogenesis /|rDonny Hanjaya-Putra 
       /|rSharon Gerecht /|rMaureen Wanjare --|g16.2.2.|tNatural 
       and Synthetic Biomaterials /|rDonny Hanjaya-Putra /
       |rSharon Gerecht /|rMaureen Wanjare. 
505 00 |gNote continued:|g16.2.3.|tCell Adhesion Regulates 
       Vacuole Formation /|rDonny Hanjaya-Putra /|rSharon Gerecht
       /|rMaureen Wanjare --|g16.2.4.|tCell-Mediated Degradation 
       Allows Lumen Formation /|rDonny Hanjaya-Putra /|rSharon 
       Gerecht /|rMaureen Wanjare --|g16.2.5.|tGFs and Oxygen 
       Tension /|rSharon Gerecht /|rMaureen Wanjare /|rDonny 
       Hanjaya-Putra --|g16.2.6.|tTube Stabilization by 
       Prevascular Cells /|rDonny Hanjaya-Putra /|rSharon Gerecht
       /|rMaureen Wanjare --|g16.2.7.|tBiomechanical Control Over
       Vascular Morphogenesis /|rDonny Hanjaya-Putra /|rSharon 
       Gerecht /|rMaureen Wanjare --|g16.3.|tReview of Previous 
       Work /|rDonny Hanjaya-Putra /|rSharon Gerecht /|rMaureen 
       Wanjare --|g16.3.1.|tHydrogels to Control Vascular 
       Differentiation /|rDonny Hanjaya-Putra /|rSharon Gerecht /
       |rMaureen Wanjare --|g16.3.2.|tBiomaterials for GFs and 
       Gene Delivery /|rDonny Hanjaya-Putra /|rSharon Gerecht /
       |rMaureen Wanjare --|g16.3.3.|tBiomaterials for Inducing 
       Prevascularization /|rDonny Hanjaya-Putra /|rSharon 
       Gerecht /|rMaureen Wanjare --|g16.3.4.|tMicrofabrication 
       of Vascular Networks /|rDonny Hanjaya-Putra /|rSharon 
       Gerecht /|rMaureen Wanjare --|g16.4.|tFuture Directions /
       |rDonny Hanjaya-Putra /|rSharon Gerecht /|rMaureen Wanjare
       --|tReferences /|rDonny Hanjaya-Putra /|rSharon Gerecht /
       |rMaureen Wanjare --|g17.|tNeural Tissue Engineering /
       |rDonny Hanjaya-Putra /|rSharon Gerecht /|rMaureen Wanjare
       --|g17.1.|tIntroduction /|rErin Lavik --|g17.2.|tTissues 
       in Question and How They are Damaged /|rErin Lavik --
       |g17.3.|tTechnologies in Clinical Use and in Clinical 
       Trials /|rErin Lavik --|g17.3.1.|tNerve Grafts: Autografts
       and Allografts /|rErin Lavik --|g17.3.2.|tDecellularized 
       Nerve grafts /|rErin Lavik --|g17.3.3.|tTubes and Conduits
       /|rErin Lavik --|g17.3.4.|tCellular Therapies /|rErin 
       Lavik --|g17.3.5.|tPharmacological Therapies /|rErin Lavik
       --|g17.4.|tNeural Tissue Engineering /|rErin Lavik. 
505 00 |gNote continued:|g17.4.1.|tEarly Approaches: Leveraging 
       the Regeneration Seen in the PNS /|rErin Lavik --|g17.4.2.
       |tLeveraging the Regeneration Seen in the Neonate to 
       Promote Repair in the Adult /|rErin Lavik --|g17.4.3.
       |tPolymers for SCI More Broadly /|rErin Lavik --|g17.5.
       |tFuture Directions /|rErin Lavik --|g17.5.1.|tRole of 
       Collaborations in Achieving These Goals /|rErin Lavik --
       |g17.6.|tWhat We Have Not Covered /|rErin Lavik --
       |tReferences /|rErin Lavik --|g18.|tControlling Stem Cells
       with Biomaterials /|rErin Lavik --|g18.1.|tIntroduction /
       |rShyni Varghese /|rNivedita Sangaj --|g18.2.|tBiochemical
       Cues /|rShyni Varghese /|rNivedita Sangaj --|g18.2.1.|tECM
       -Derived Biomaterials /|rShyni Varghese /|rNivedita Sangaj
       --|g18.2.2.|tNatural Polymers /|rShyni Varghese /
       |rNivedita Sangaj --|g18.2.3.|tHybrid Materials /|rShyni 
       Varghese /|rNivedita Sangaj --|g18.2.4.|tFunctionalization
       with Biochemical Cues /|rShyni Varghese /|rNivedita Sangaj
       --|g18.2.5.|tSynthetic Biomaterials /|rShyni Varghese /
       |rNivedita Sangaj --|g18.2.6.|tBiomaterials as a Reservoir
       of Growth Factors /|rShyni Varghese /|rNivedita Sangaj --
       |g18.2.7.|tBiomaterials for Immunomodulation /|rShyni 
       Varghese /|rNivedita Sangaj --|g18.3.|tBiophysical Cues /
       |rShyni Varghese /|rNivedita Sangaj --|g18.3.1.
       |tMechanical Properties of Biomaterials /|rShyni Varghese 
       /|rNivedita Sangaj --|g18.3.2.|tBiomaterials for Micro- 
       and Nano-Scale Cues /|rShyni Varghese /|rNivedita Sangaj -
       -|g18.4.|tTwo-Dimensional Cultures Versus Three-
       Dimensional Cultures /|rShyni Varghese /|rNivedita Sangaj 
       --|g18.5.|tConclusion and Future Directions /|rShyni 
       Varghese /|rNivedita Sangaj --|tReferences /|rShyni 
       Varghese /|rNivedita Sangaj --|g19.|tTranslation of New 
       Tissue Engineering Materials to Clinical Application /
       |rShyni Varghese /|rNivedita Sangaj --|g19.1.
       |tIntroduction /|rDolores Baksh /|rBenjamin A. Byers. 
505 00 |gNote continued:|g19.2.|tConceptualization and 
       Preclinical Activities /|rDolores Baksh /|rBenjamin A. 
       Byers --|g19.3.|tDevelopment and Design Control: 
       Engineering Rigor and Quality Systems Implementation /
       |rDolores Baksh /|rBenjamin A. Byers --|g19.3.1.|tApplying
       Design Controls /|rDolores Baksh /|rBenjamin A. Byers --
       |g19.3.2.|tDesign and Development Planning /|rDolores 
       Baksh /|rBenjamin A. Byers --|g19.3.3.|tDesign Inputs /
       |rDolores Baksh /|rBenjamin A. Byers --|g19.3.4.|tDesign 
       Outputs /|rDolores Baksh /|rBenjamin A. Byers --|g19.3.5.
       |tDesign Review /|rDolores Baksh /|rBenjamin A. Byers --
       |g19.3.6.|tDesign Verification /|rDolores Baksh /
       |rBenjamin A. Byers --|g19.3.7.|tDesign Validation /
       |rDolores Baksh /|rBenjamin A. Byers --|g19.3.8.|tDesign 
       Transfer /|rBenjamin A. Byers /|rDolores Baksh --|g19.3.9.
       |tDesign Changes /|rDolores Baksh /|rBenjamin A. Byers --
       |g19.3.10.|tDesign History File /|rDolores Baksh /
       |rBenjamin A. Byers --|g19.4.|tRegulatory Strategy and 
       Evidence Generation /|rBenjamin A. Byers /|rDolores Baksh 
       --|g19.5.|tMarketing, Commercialization and Post-market 
       Surveillance /|rBenjamin A. Byers /|rDolores Baksh --
       |tReferences /|rBenjamin A. Byers /|rDolores Baksh. 
520    "A concise overview of tissue engineering technologies and
       materials towards specific applications, both past and 
       potential growth areas in this unique discipline is 
       provided to the reader. The specific area of the 
       biomaterial component used within the paradigm of tissue 
       engineering is examined in detail. This is the first work 
       to specifically covers topics of interest with regards to 
       the biomaterial component. The book is divided into 2 
       sections: general materials technology (e.g., fibrous 
       tissue scaffolds) and applications in the engineering of 
       specific tissues (e.g., materials for cartilage tissue 
       engineering). Each chapter covers the fundamentals and 
       reflects not only a review of the literature, but also 
       addresses the future of the topic. The book is intended 
       for an audience of researchers in both industry and 
       academia that are interested in a concise overview 
       regarding the biomaterials component of tissue engineering,
       a topic that is timely and only growing as a field."--EBL 
       book details. 
588 0  Print version record. 
650  0 Tissue engineering.|0http://id.loc.gov/authorities/
       subjects/sh2003001133 
650  0 Biomedical materials.|0http://id.loc.gov/authorities/
       subjects/sh85014239 
650  2 Biocompatible Materials.|0https://id.nlm.nih.gov/mesh/
       D001672 
650  2 Tissue Engineering.|0https://id.nlm.nih.gov/mesh/D023822 
650  2 Cartilage.|0https://id.nlm.nih.gov/mesh/D002356 
650  2 Nanomedicine.|0https://id.nlm.nih.gov/mesh/D050997 
650  2 Tissue Scaffolds.|0https://id.nlm.nih.gov/mesh/D054457 
650 12 Biocompatible Materials.|0https://id.nlm.nih.gov/mesh/
       D001672 
650 12 Tissue Engineering.|0https://id.nlm.nih.gov/mesh/D023822 
650 22 Cartilage.|0https://id.nlm.nih.gov/mesh/D002356 
650 22 Nanomedicine.|0https://id.nlm.nih.gov/mesh/D050997 
650 22 Tissue Scaffolds.|0https://id.nlm.nih.gov/mesh/D054457 
655  4 Electronic books. 
700 1  Burdick, Jason A.|0http://id.loc.gov/authorities/names/
       n2011181393 
700 1  Mauck, Robert L.|0http://id.loc.gov/authorities/names/
       n2011181394 
776 08 |iPrint version:|tBiomaterials for tissue engineering 
       applications.|dWien ; New York : Springer, 2011
       |z9783709103845|w(OCoLC)712765493 
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