Journal of Biomedical Materials Research Part A

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Edited By: James M. Anderson

Impact Factor: 3.369

ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2014: 13/76 (Engineering Biomedical); 16/33 (Materials Science Biomaterials)

Online ISSN: 1552-4965

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

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  • Osteogenic potential and synergistic effects of growth factors delivered from a bionic composite system

    Osteogenic potential and synergistic effects of growth factors delivered from a bionic composite system

    Experimental schematic.

  • Fabrication of interconnected porous calcite by bridging calcite granules with dicalcium phosphate dihydrate and their histological evaluation

    Fabrication of interconnected porous calcite by bridging calcite granules with dicalcium phosphate dihydrate and their histological evaluation

    High-magnification histological images of porous calcite and dense calcite 2 and 4 weeks after implantation: (a–c) porous calcite 2-weeks post implantation; (d–f) porous calcite 4-weeks post implantation; (g) dense calcite 2-weeks post implantation; and (h) dense calcite 4-weeks post implantation (Villanueva Goldner stain).

  • Differences in the calcification of preosteoblast cultured on sputter-deposited titanium, zirconium, and gold

    Differences in the calcification of preosteoblast cultured on sputter‐deposited titanium, zirconium, and gold

    Model of the role of target genes in promoting calcification after the induction of osteogenic differentiation. See text for description.

  • The effect of alendronate on biomineralization at the bone/implant interface

    The effect of alendronate on biomineralization at the bone/implant interface

    Centrally sectioned samples of the interface between the implant and bone tissue after 4 weeks of healing examined with Raman mapping and SEM. In the Raman mapping, the cancellous bone is colored green and the newly formed bone is colored red. (a) A Raman map of a thread in the presence of ALN (MPA), and (b) shows a SEM image of the corresponding thread. (c) A Raman map of a thread for a sample without ALN (MP), and in (d) a SEM image of the corresponding thread.

  • Evaluation and comparison of the in vitro characteristics and chondrogenic capacity of four adult stem/progenitor cells for cartilage cell-based repair

    Evaluation and comparison of the in vitro characteristics and chondrogenic capacity of four adult stem/progenitor cells for cartilage cell‐based repair

    Histological assessment of microcartilage tissues obtained after 3 weeks of chondrogenic induction. The above panel compares the size of micropellets from the four different cell types. The middle panel is a representative transverse section stained with H&E. The lower panel demonstrates sections stained with proteoglycan specific Alician Blue. Scale bar: 50 µm.

  • Evaluation of hydrogel matrices for vessel bioplotting: Vascular cell growth and viability

    Evaluation of hydrogel matrices for vessel bioplotting: Vascular cell growth and viability

    Schematic presentation of the approach for selection of matrices biocompatible with vascular cells. Cell-compatibility evaluation is an important step for future development of bioplotted vascular tissue with anti-thrombogenic properties.

  • Osteogenic potential and synergistic effects of growth factors delivered from a bionic composite system
  • Fabrication of interconnected porous calcite by bridging calcite granules with dicalcium phosphate dihydrate and their histological evaluation
  • Differences in the calcification of preosteoblast cultured on sputter‐deposited titanium, zirconium, and gold
  • The effect of alendronate on biomineralization at the bone/implant interface
  • Evaluation and comparison of the in vitro characteristics and chondrogenic capacity of four adult stem/progenitor cells for cartilage cell‐based repair
  • Evaluation of hydrogel matrices for vessel bioplotting: Vascular cell growth and viability

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