Journal of Biomedical Materials Research Part B: Applied Biomaterials

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Edited By: Jeremy L. Gilbert

Impact Factor: 2.881

ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2015: 16/33 (Materials Science Biomaterials); 17/76 (Engineering Biomedical)

Online ISSN: 1552-4981

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

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  • Effects of a polysaccharide nanogel-crosslinked membrane on wound healing

    Effects of a polysaccharide nanogel‐crosslinked membrane on wound healing

    Photographic images of the wounds covered with the silicone sheet alone, collagen membrane, and NanoClik membrane at different time-points.

  • Enhanced bioactivity and osseointegration of PEEK with accelerated neutral atom beam technology

    Enhanced bioactivity and osseointegration of PEEK with accelerated neutral atom beam technology

    ANAB results in nanoscale texturing of PEEK. AFM measurements show that normally smooth surface of PEEK (A) becomes nano-textured following ANAB treatment (B). ANAB also results in increased surface wettability as measured by water contact angle. Control PEEK (C) has a contact angle of θc=76.4° while ANAB-treated PEEK (D) has a contact angle of θc=36.1° (p < 0.001).

  • Preconditioning of mesenchymal stromal cells toward nucleus pulposus-like cells by microcryogels-based 3D cell culture and syringe-based pressure loading system

    Preconditioning of mesenchymal stromal cells toward nucleus pulposus‐like cells by microcryogels‐based 3D cell culture and syringe‐based pressure loading system

    Pressure loading test of the programmable syringe pump. (A, B) Pumping force generated by syringes on a programmable syringe pump: 0.2 MPa (A) and 0.8 MPa (B). (C) Pressurization pattern in the dynamic pressure loading mode (approximately 40 s/cycle). Programme of the pump was set to be 800 μL pumping forward, 10 s pausing and 800 μL withdrawing. (D) Pressure inside of a syringe in the static pressure loading mode.

  • Predictive wear modeling of the articulating metal-on-metal hip replacements

    Predictive wear modeling of the articulating metal‐on‐metal hip replacements

    Illustration of a metal-on-metal hip bearing.

  • Comparative profiling of extractable proteins in extracellular matrices of porcine cholecyst and jejunum intended for preparation of tissue engineering scaffolds

    Comparative profiling of extractable proteins in extracellular matrices of porcine cholecyst and jejunum intended for preparation of tissue engineering scaffolds

    Electrophoretogram of proteins (30 μg) extracted from CDE and JDE.

  • Optical coherence microscopy of living cells and bioengineered tissue dynamics in high-resolution cross-section

    Optical coherence microscopy of living cells and bioengineered tissue dynamics in high‐resolution cross‐section

    Observation of cultured C2C12 cells by optical coherence microscopy (OCM) and confocal microscopy. C2C12 cells treated with both Hoechst 33342 [cell nuclei staining (blue)] and CellTracker Green CMFDA [cytoplasm staining (green)] were observed by both the OCM system (A) and confocal microscopy (B). The photographs on the left and the right in (A) show the top view and cross-section of the cell(s), respectively. Cell nuclei and cytoplasm were detected separately by the OCM system. A white broken line in the photograph on the left shows the cutting line of the cross-sectional photograph on the right. In those observations, a 40× magnification lens and a visible light camera were used.

  • Effects of a polysaccharide nanogel‐crosslinked membrane on wound healing
  • Enhanced bioactivity and osseointegration of PEEK with accelerated neutral atom beam technology
  • Preconditioning of mesenchymal stromal cells toward nucleus pulposus‐like cells by microcryogels‐based 3D cell culture and syringe‐based pressure loading system
  • Predictive wear modeling of the articulating metal‐on‐metal hip replacements
  • Comparative profiling of extractable proteins in extracellular matrices of porcine cholecyst and jejunum intended for preparation of tissue engineering scaffolds
  • Optical coherence microscopy of living cells and bioengineered tissue dynamics in high‐resolution cross‐section

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