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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  • In vivo study of alginate hydrogel conglutinating cells to polycaprolactone vascular scaffolds fabricated by electrospinning

    In vivo study of alginate hydrogel conglutinating cells to polycaprolactone vascular scaffolds fabricated by electrospinning

    SEM image of the surface morphology inside the natural endangium.

  • Effect of osteoporosis on fixation of osseointegrated implants in rats

    Effect of osteoporosis on fixation of osseointegrated implants in rats

    A: Volume of interest (VOI) in quantitative micro-CT analysis was defined as the trabecular compartment extending 500 μm from the surface of implants. The VOI was chosen equally long for all samples, including 100 slices (1000 μm) beneath the lowest part of the growth plate, but cortical bone was excluded semi-automatically if within VOI. B: Region of interest (ROI) in histological evaluation was defined on sections beneath the lowest part of the growth plate, as a ring extending 500 μm from the implant surface.

  • Optimal dehydrothermal processing conditions to improve biocompatibility and durability of a weakly denatured collagen scaffold

    Optimal dehydrothermal processing conditions to improve biocompatibility and durability of a weakly denatured collagen scaffold

    Collagen fiber scaffold and appearance just after it was embedded under the skin. (a) Collagen fiber scaffold (1 cm × 1 cm × 5 mm). (b) Appearance just after embedding the collagen fiber scaffold under the back skin of a rat.

  • Does cefuroxime alter fracture healing in vivo? A micro-computertomographic, biomechanical, and histomorphometric evaluation using a rat fracture model

    Does cefuroxime alter fracture healing in vivo? A micro‐computertomographic, biomechanical, and histomorphometric evaluation using a rat fracture model

    Scout view and determination of the scanning area within two reference lines (A). 2D axial µCt (B) gray value image of original cortical bone, callus and air/bone marrow and (C) corresponding fully automatic segmented image (callus = red); 3D axial µCT reconstructions (Two Thresholding Procedure): (D) Peri- and endosteal callus, (E) cortical bone and (F) callus (blue and semitransparent) and cortical bone (gray). 3D coronar µCT as an overview image (G) and half-sliced (H). All images represent the same specimen.

  • Injectable and biodegradable composite bone filler composed of poly(propylene fumarate) and calcium phosphate ceramic for vertebral augmentation procedure: An in vivo porcine study

    Injectable and biodegradable composite bone filler composed of poly(propylene fumarate) and calcium phosphate ceramic for vertebral augmentation procedure: An in vivo porcine study

    Goldner's trichrome staining of an α-TCP/HAP group at 6 months. (A) A small area presented pink osteoid (40×). (B and C) Abundant new bone formation at the bone–cement interfaces, but not at the bone–bone marrow interfaces (100×). (D) Abundant pink osteoid enveloping green mature bone (400×).

  • Genipin crosslinker releasing sutures for improving the mechanical/repair strength of damaged connective tissue

    Genipin crosslinker releasing sutures for improving the mechanical/repair strength of damaged connective tissue

    Tendons sutured with control and genipin coated sutures. Tendons on the left in each image show coated sutures and tendons on the right show control (uncoated) sutures. Note the blue color that is indicative of GP release from the coated suture.

  • In vivo study of alginate hydrogel conglutinating cells to polycaprolactone vascular scaffolds fabricated by electrospinning
  • Effect of osteoporosis on fixation of osseointegrated implants in rats
  • Optimal dehydrothermal processing conditions to improve biocompatibility and durability of a weakly denatured collagen scaffold
  • Does cefuroxime alter fracture healing in vivo? A micro‐computertomographic, biomechanical, and histomorphometric evaluation using a rat fracture model
  • Injectable and biodegradable composite bone filler composed of poly(propylene fumarate) and calcium phosphate ceramic for vertebral augmentation procedure: An in vivo porcine study
  • Genipin crosslinker releasing sutures for improving the mechanical/repair strength of damaged connective tissue

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