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Soft tissues such as blood vessel, lung, ureter, skin, etc., possess mechanical behavior characterized by a “J”-shaped curve on a stress-strain diagram with a low-stiffness highly elastic zone giving rise to a high-stiffness zone. This mechanical behavior may be adaptive and protective...
The need for tissue-engineered constructs as replacement tissue continues to grow as the average age of the world's population increases. However, additional research is required before the efficient production of laboratory-created tissue can be realized. The multitude of parameters that affect...
Achievements in tissue engineering using mesenchymal stem cells (MSC) demand a clinically acceptable “off-the-shelf” cell therapy product. Efficacy of cryopreservation of human bone marrow-derived MSC in clinically safe, animal product-free medium containing 2%, 5%, and 10% dimethyl sulfoxide...
Fabricating three-dimensional (3D) porous scaffolds with controlled structure and geometry is crucial for tissue regeneration. To date, exploration in printing 3D natural protein scaffolds is limited. In this study, soy protein slurry was successfully printed using the 3D Bioplotter to form...
To study human skin pigmentation in a physiological in vitro model, we developed a pigmented reconstructed skin reproducing the three-dimensional architecture of the melanocyte environment and the interactions of melanocyte with its cellular partners, keratinocytes, and fibroblasts. Co-seeding...
The study of the mechanical behavior of soft biological materials presents many challenges due to the materials' time-dependent mechanical response as well as inherent size and shape limitations. In this study, by using agar as a surrogate material for soft tissues, the effects of these...
Hematopoietic stem cell (HSC) transplant is a well established curative therapy for some hematological malignancies. However, achieving adequate supply of HSC from some donor tissues can limit both its application and ultimate efficacy. The theory that this limitation could be overcome by...
Enhancement and application of our understanding of skeletal developmental biology is critical to developing tissue engineering approaches to bone repair. We propose that use of the developing embryonic femur as a model to further understand skeletogenesis, and the effects of key differentiation...
The mechanical and biochemical microenvironment influences the morphological characteristics of microvascular networks (MVNs) formed by endothelial cells (ECs) undergoing the process of vasculogenesis. The objective of this study was to quantify the role of individual factors in determining key...
Understanding the structural development of embryonic bone in a three dimensional framework is fundamental to developing new strategies for the recapitulation of bone tissue in latter life. We present an innovative combined approach of an organotypic embryonic femur culture model, microcomputed...
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