Journal of Biomedical Materials Research Part B: Applied Biomaterials

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Edited By: Jeremy L. Gilbert

Impact Factor: 3.189

ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2016: 15/33 (Materials Science Biomaterials); 19/77 (Engineering Biomedical)

Online ISSN: 1552-4981

Associated Title(s): Journal of Biomedical Materials Research Part A

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  • Hydration study from different calcium phosphate biocements with microstructure and nanostructure

    Hydration study from different calcium phosphate biocements with microstructure and nanostructure

    Micrograph obtained on biocement of molar ratio 1.7 in the hydration times of (a) 5 and (b) 30 min.

  • The effect of increased microporosity on bone formation within silicate-substituted scaffolds in an ovine posterolateral spinal fusion modell

    The effect of increased microporosity on bone formation within silicate‐substituted scaffolds in an ovine posterolateral spinal fusion modell

    High power photomicrographs showing [A] intramembranous ossification adjacent to a SiCaP surface at 8 weeks, [B] endochondral ossification in an 8 week SiCaP(+) sample, [C] bone formation onto the concave surfaces of a SiCaP scaffold at 12 weeks and [D] bone bridging between SiCaP(+) granules at 12 weeks post surgery.

  • DPSC colonization of functionalized 3D textiles

    DPSC colonization of functionalized 3D textiles

    CLSM images of the PGA textiles. The LIVE/DEAD® Kit was used to determine DPSC viability 1, 10, and 21 days post-seeding. Viable cells are stained in green and dead cells in red (10x). Cell viability was high on all the PGA textiles, but lower on the non-functionalized textile than on those functionalized with RGD or chitosan. PGA/RGD at 1 day (A), 10 days (B), and 21 days (C); PGA/chitosan at 1 day (D), 10 days (E), and 21 days (F); control group at 1 day (G), 10 days (H), and 21 days (I). Viable cells showed a fairly even distribution from 1 day post-seeding onward.

  • Highly controlled coating of strontium-doped hydroxyapatite on electrospun poly(ɛ-caprolactone) fibers

    Highly controlled coating of strontium‐doped hydroxyapatite on electrospun poly(ɛ‐caprolactone) fibers

    SEM images show the morphologies of strontium-doped mineral coatings on PCL fibers affected by temperature. PDP-PCL fibers were placed in 10 × SBF (Sr/Ca = 0.5/0.5) containing 0.04M NaHCO3 at 4°C (A, B [highly magnified image of panel A)] and 37°C [C, D (highly magnified image of panel C)] for 12 h statically. The scale bar in (A, C): 2 µm. The scale bar in (B, D): 1 µm.

  • Rolled knitted scaffolds based on PLA-pluronic copolymers for anterior cruciate ligament reinforcement: A step by step conception

    Rolled knitted scaffolds based on PLA‐pluronic copolymers for anterior cruciate ligament reinforcement: A step by step conception

    94P400 multifilament hollow knitted rope, 94P400 multifilament linear knitted textile, and 94P400 braid.

  • Customized hybrid biomimetic hydroxyapatite scaffold for bone tissue regeneration

    Customized hybrid biomimetic hydroxyapatite scaffold for bone tissue regeneration

    External surface of the scaffold, with cells colonizing it and infiltrating the scaffolds open.

  • Validation of eGFP fluorescence intensity for testing in vitro cytotoxicity according to ISO 10993-5

    Validation of eGFP fluorescence intensity for testing in vitro cytotoxicity according to ISO 10993‐5

    Electron microscopic image of an array of fs-laser processed polymer (squares of 0.5 mm at a period of 1 mm). The image was taken by using a Quanta 400 FEG scanning electron microscope (FEI Company, Hillsboro, Oregon) directly after processing without any sample postprocessing or cleaning.

  • Hydration study from different calcium phosphate biocements with microstructure and nanostructure
  • The effect of increased microporosity on bone formation within silicate‐substituted scaffolds in an ovine posterolateral spinal fusion modell
  • DPSC colonization of functionalized 3D textiles
  • Highly controlled coating of strontium‐doped hydroxyapatite on electrospun poly(ɛ‐caprolactone) fibers
  • Rolled knitted scaffolds based on PLA‐pluronic copolymers for anterior cruciate ligament reinforcement: A step by step conception
  • Customized hybrid biomimetic hydroxyapatite scaffold for bone tissue regeneration
  • Validation of eGFP fluorescence intensity for testing in vitro cytotoxicity according to ISO 10993‐5

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