Advanced Bioceramics in Nanomedicine and Tissue Engineering

Volume 441

doi: 10.4028/

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Authors: M. Vila, Miguel Manzano, Maria Vallet-Regí

Abstract: In the recent years the driving force for technological change in many respects has shifted towards the design and process of materials that...

Authors: Aldo Roberto Boccaccini, Lutz Christian Gerhardt

Abstract: Carbon nanotubes (CNTs) are composed of two-dimensional hexagonal graphite sheets rolled up to form into a seamless hollow tube or cylinder...

Authors: Marianna Foldvari

Abstract: Many recently designed drug delivery systems have been constructed from nano-sized components that serve as the carrier or targeting ligand...

Authors: María F. Mora, Laura E. Valenti, Carlos D. García, Carla E. Giacomelli

Abstract: Different strategies used to biofunctionalize CNTs with proteins, from direct physical adsorption on pristine CNTs to chemical treatments to...

Authors: M.L. Ruiz-González, José María González-Calbet

Abstract: On the landscape of the nanoscience and nanothecnology carbon nanotubes (1) have played an important role on the development of 1D...

Authors: Julian R. Jones, Peter D. Lee

Abstract: Bone tissue has evolved into hierarchical three-dimensional structures with dimensions ranging from nanometres to metres. The structure...

Authors: Hui Suk Yun

Abstract: Mesoporous materials synthesized using a polymer templating route have attracted considerable attention in the field of bone tissue...

Authors: Ulrike Deisinger

Abstract: For tissue regeneration in medicine three-dimensional scaffolds with specific characteristics are required. A very important property is a...

Authors: Elise Verron, Jean Michel Bouler

Abstract: The use of bone grafts is constantly increasing, their employ is principally linked to bone trauma, prosthesis revision surgery, and...


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