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Launch of our Newly Updated Website 0 comments

by Kyla Sask
The CBS Board of Directors Communications Committee is excited to announce that our website has an updated look...
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GOLD 2022 Webinars (Biomedical applications of gold, October 6, 2021) 0 comments

by Neda Latifi
GOLD 2022 Webinars Webinar 8 Biomedical applications of gold in vivo applications and technologies, injectable nanoparticles and pharmacology Cancer nanomedicine Overcoming the challenges in current radiotherapy using gold nanoparticles Dr...
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Annual General Meeting - Call for Nominations and Proposals 0 comments

by Thomas Willett
Hello friends, This email concerns a nominations for positions on the Board of Directors, and b proposals to host our 2023 annual meeting...
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CBS-ASC Biomaterials Panel Discussion against COVID-19 0 comments

by Zhenwei Ma
The CBS-ASC would like to invite you to our first CBS-ASC Biomaterials Panel Discussion against COVID-19 that will be held on Thursday, May 6, 2021, at 11 am MDT via zoom...
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Mineralized Bovine Tendon Sheets Prepared Through Alternate Soaking for Bone Tissue Regeneration comments

by Brendan Grue
Alternatives to existing implantable materials ex. metals or autologous grafts for bone tissue repair and regeneration are needed to improve patient outcomes and avoid the complications caused by issues such as stress shielding and donor site morbidity 1 ...
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In vitro and in vivo efficacy of novel coating against catheter-associated urinary tract infections comments

by Dirk Lange Sara Khoddami
Catheter-associated urinary tract infections CAUTI are painful and burdensome infections that negatively impact patients and the healthcare system 1 ...
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Novel Degradable Eyedrop Formulations for Treatment of Allergic Conjunctivitis comments

by Mitchell Ross
Allergic conjunctivitis affects nearly 40 of the North American population 1 . Topical eye drops are the most common treatment method, but it is generally accepted that less than 5 of an applied dose remains bioavailable, resulting in frequent reapplication 2 , 3 ...
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A Novel Nano-silver Coated and Hydrogel-impregnated Polyurethane Nanofibrous Mesh for Ventral Hernia Repair comments

by Mengqiu (Malcolm) Xing Kaige Xu
Ventral hernia is one of the most common abdomen surgical diseases. Usually, polypropylene PP meshes are widely used for ventral hernia repair since PP meshes are relative inexpensive and easy to handle and incorporation into tissue...
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BMSCs laden injectable amino-diethoxypropane modified alginate-chitosan hydrogel for hyaline cartilage reconstruction comments

by Rene Mbeleck
Articular cartilage degeneration and defect are caused by aging, joint disease or physical or traumatic injuries...
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  • Sabrine MESSAOUDI: Progress toward absorption, distribution, metabolism, elimination, and toxicity of DNA nanostructures
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