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by Amanda Clifford
Dear CBS Members On behalf of TMM4950 Coordinators, Drs. Lisa D Ambrioso, Keith Wheaton, and Emilio I...
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by Amanda Clifford
Dear CBS Members, Dr. Malcolm Xing is pleased to inform you that a Webinar themed with Biomaterials Regeneration held by Burns Trauma IF 5...
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by Eli Sone
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by Eli Sone
Dear CBS Members, The voting is now open for positions on the CBS Board of Directors. Please follow this link and cast your vote per the instructions for each position https biomaterials...
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Synthesis and anticoagulant activity of PCL-b-PHFBA semifluoro polymer electrospun nanofiber mesh comments

by Mengqiu (Malcolm) Xing ying wang
The thromboembolic disease is currently one of the most hazardous and mortal diseases to human beings...
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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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Development of a Superior Decellularized Human Dermal Product for Advanced Wound Care: From Basic Science to Clinical Application comments

by Paul Gratzer
The decellularization of tissues has evolved as a natural extension of using allogeneic and xenogeneic grafts to replace parts of the body...
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Microscale Layer Shifting to Expand Geometries Available for Melt Electrowritten Scaffolds comments

by Paul Dalton Ievgenii Liashenko
Melt electrowriting MEW is a high-resolution additive manufacturing technology with potential utility as biomaterials and tissue engineering scaffolds 1 ...
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New insights into the corrosion products from modular total hip implants comments

by Qiong Wang
Corrosion on modular hip implants is a complicated process accelerated by mechanical abrasion. There are two types of mechanically assisted corrosion on modular hip implants - tribocorrosion from the bearing surface and fretting corrosion from modular interfaces...
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