Journal of Biomedical Materials Research Part A

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Edited By: James M. Anderson

Impact Factor: 3.263

ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2015: 13/76 (Engineering Biomedical); 14/33 (Materials Science Biomaterials)

Online ISSN: 1552-4965

Associated Title(s): Journal of Biomedical Materials Research Part B: Applied Biomaterials

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  • Synthesis and characterization of a novel scaffold for bone tissue engineering based on Wharton's jelly

    Synthesis and characterization of a novel scaffold for bone tissue engineering based on Wharton's jelly

    Histologic study at T7d. Abundant multinucleated giant cells (▶) can be seen at the center of the reparative granulation tissue. Orig. Mag. ×400. H-E Stain.

  • When size matters: differences in demineralized bone matrix particles affect collagen structure, mesenchymal stem cell behavior, and osteogenic potential

    When size matters: differences in demineralized bone matrix particles affect collagen structure, mesenchymal stem cell behavior, and osteogenic potential

    Characterization of MSC cultured on DBM particles of three different sizes (L = large; M = medium; S = small) after 1 and 3 days of culture. (A) HR-SEM images of MSC seeded on DBM particles. Scale bar = 10 μm. (B) Images are representative confocal micrographs showing MSC on DBM particles after live/dead cell assay. Viable cells = calcein positive cells, in green. Dead cells = ethidium positive cells, in red.

  • Investigation of cell viability and morphology in 3D bio-printed alginate constructs with tunable stiffness

    Investigation of cell viability and morphology in 3D bio‐printed alginate constructs with tunable stiffness

    Photo image of the 3D bio-printed alginate hydrogel scaffolds (a); live/dead staining of cells in the 2% (b), 5% (c), and 10% (d) 3D bio-printed alginate constructs at 24 h after bio-printing; scale bar: 200 μm.

  • Osteoblast response to the surface topography of hydroxyapatite two-dimensional films

    Osteoblast response to the surface topography of hydroxyapatite two‐dimensional films

    SEM images of (a,b) HA-Asp-PLA, (c,d) HA-Arg-PLA, and (e,f) HA-Gly-PLA 2D films.

  • Cell adhesive peptides functionalized on CoCr alloy stimulate endothelialization and prevent thrombogenesis and restenosis

    Cell adhesive peptides functionalized on CoCr alloy stimulate endothelialization and prevent thrombogenesis and restenosis

    Overall morphology of adhered HUVEC (green) and SMC (red) cells co-cultured on (a) CT phisysorbed (b) NA-CP silanized biofunctionalized surfaces after 24 and 48 h and visualized by fluorescence microscopy. Bars: 50 µm.

  • N-dihydrogalactochitosan as a potent immune activator for dendritic cells

    N‐dihydrogalactochitosan as a potent immune activator for dendritic cells

    Time course by confocal imaging of DCs treated with OVA and GC. DC2.4 were treated with 1 mg/mL Texas red-labeled OVA and FITC-labeled GC. (A) Control (no FITC-GC); (B) 4 hours; (C) 8 hours; and (D) 24 hours. Experiment was repeated three times.

  • Synthesis and characterization of a novel scaffold for bone tissue engineering based on Wharton's jelly
  • When size matters: differences in demineralized bone matrix particles affect collagen structure, mesenchymal stem cell behavior, and osteogenic potential
  • Investigation of cell viability and morphology in 3D bio‐printed alginate constructs with tunable stiffness
  • Osteoblast response to the surface topography of hydroxyapatite two‐dimensional films
  • Cell adhesive peptides functionalized on CoCr alloy stimulate endothelialization and prevent thrombogenesis and restenosis
  • N‐dihydrogalactochitosan as a potent immune activator for dendritic cells

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