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Biofabrication 2019 - Abstract deadline May17th 0 comments

by Sophie Lerouge
Dear CBS members, Please note the Biofabrication 2019, the annual meeting of the International Society of Biofabrication...
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CBS Merit & Travel awards 0 comments

by Sophie Lerouge
Dear CBS members - I am pleased to announce that the CBS has devoted 9000 for Merit Travel Awards to help students and fellows assist the CBS2019 Annual meeting...
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7th International Symposium on Surfaces and Interf 0 comments

by Sophie Lerouge
Dear CBS members - For the first time in North America, the International Surfaces and Interfaces for Biomaterials will be held in Quebec city end of next July July 22 to 25, 2019 ...
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WBC2016 Legacy Travel Awards 0 comments

by Sophie Lerouge
Dear CBS members - I am pleased to announce that the WBC2016 Legacy award committee has reviewed all the applications and selected the winners of the Travel awards...
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Engineering of Biomimetic Vascular Substitutes by a Combinatorial Approach comments

by Corinne Hoesli Mariève Boulanger
Cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of mortality worldwide. In Canada, over 50 000 coronary artery bypass surgeries and percutaneous coronary interventions are performed each year...
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Investigation on the physical-chemical and biological properties of Ti surfaces treated by AC Plasma Electrolytic Oxidation (PEO) comments

by Fabio Variola Sara Martinelli
Plasma Electrolytic Oxidation PEO is a simple and cost effective electrochemical technique for the surface modification of metals which recently gained great interest in the biomedical field for its ability to generate a bioactive porous oxide layer on widely used orthopedic metals, such as titanium and its alloys 1 ...
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Synthesis and characterization of Biosilicate/F18 bioglass composite scaffolds comments

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Tissue engineering is a relatively new research field, aiming to assist in either repairing or replacing damaged or lost tissues or organs...
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Effects of interlayer adhesion and crosslinking density on compliance of poly(vinyl alcohol) vascular graft comments

by Evelyn Yim YeJin Jeong
Cardiovascular diseases still remains as one of the leading causes of deaths worldwide ADDIN EN.CITE Organization2017218 1 21821812WHO - World Health OrganizationCardiovascular diseases CVDs 2017WHOWHOhttps www...
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A highly elastic and rapidly crosslinkable elastin-like polypeptide-based hydrogel for biomedical applications comments

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Elastic hydrogels carry the potential to serve as scaffolds for various biomedical applications. Though some elastic hydrogels are biocompatible, most of the synthetic polymer-based elastic scaffolds lack bioactive sequences to promote cell adhesion or migration, which is important for their application in tissue engineering...
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