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Biointerfaces : where material meets biology / edited by Dietmar Hutmacher, Wojciech Chrzanowski.

Contributor(s): Hutmacher, Dietmar W [editor.] | Chrzanowski, Wojciech (Senior lecturer, pharmaceutics) [editor.] | Royal Society of Chemistry (Great Britain) [issuing body.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: RSC smart materials, 10.Copyright date: Cambridge : Royal Society of Chemistry ; 2015Edition: First Edition.Description: xvi, 453 pages : ilustrations ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9781849738767 (print); 1849738769 (print).Subject(s): Biocompatible materials | Prostheses and Implants | Surface Properties | Nanotechnology | Materiales biocompatibles | Prótesis e Implantes | Propiedades de la superficie | NanotecnologíaDDC classification: 571.64 Online resources: Full text available from Royal Society of Chemistry eBooks
Partial contents:
Section A Biomolecular interfaces for cell modulations -- Chapter 1 Protein-based biointerfaces to control stem cell differentiation -- Chapter 2 Additive manufacturing and surface modification of biomaterials using self-assembled monolayers -- Chapter 3 Probing biointerfaces: electrokinetics -- Chapter 4 Growth factor delivery systems for the treatment of cardiovascular diseases -- Section B Structural biointerfaces -- Chapter 5 Titanium phosphate glass microspheres as microcarriers for In Vitro bone cell tissue engineering -- Chapter 6 Biointerfaces between cells and substrates in three dimensions -- Section C Multi-functional biointerfaces -- Chapter 7 Interfaces in composite materials -- Chapter 8 Bioactive polymers for optimising the neural interface -- Chapter 9 Polycaprolactone-based scaffolds fabricated using fused deposition modelling or melt extrusion techniques for bone tissue engineering -- Section D Chemo-structural biointerfaces -- Chapter 10 High throughput techniques for the investigation of cell-material interactions -- Chapter 11 Grafting of functional monomers on biomaterials -- Chapter 12 Desing of mobile supramolecular biointerfaces for regulation of biological responses -- Section E Interfaces that control bacterial responses -- Chapter 13 Bacterial adhesion and interaction with biomaterial surfaces -- Chapter 14 Antimicrobial interfaces.
Royal Society of Chemistry eBooksAbstract: In order to design and develop new biomaterials it is essential to understand the biointerface, the interconnection between a synthetic or natural material and tissue, microorganism, cell, virus or biomolecule. Biointerfaces: Where Material Meets Biology provides an up to date overview of the knowledge and methods used to control living organism responses to implantable devices. The book starts with an introduction to the biointerface - past, present and the future perspectives and covers the key areas of biomolecular interface for cell modulation, topographical biointerface, mechano structural biointerafce, chemo-structural biointerfaces and interface that control bacteria responses. By combining the cellular, antimicrobial, antibacterial and therapeutic aspects of the interface with the methodology of fabrication and testing of the synthetic biomaterials used in a variety of medical applications the text provides a handbook for researchers. Edited by leading researchers, the book integrates the understanding of cell, microorganism and biomolecule interactions with surfaces and the methods used for assessment which appeal to materials scientists, chemists, biotechnologists, (molecular-) biologists, biomedical engineers interested in the fundamentals and applications of biomaterials and biointerfaces.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Section A Biomolecular interfaces for cell modulations -- Chapter 1 Protein-based biointerfaces to control stem cell differentiation -- Chapter 2 Additive manufacturing and surface modification of biomaterials using self-assembled monolayers -- Chapter 3 Probing biointerfaces: electrokinetics -- Chapter 4 Growth factor delivery systems for the treatment of cardiovascular diseases -- Section B Structural biointerfaces -- Chapter 5 Titanium phosphate glass microspheres as microcarriers for In Vitro bone cell tissue engineering -- Chapter 6 Biointerfaces between cells and substrates in three dimensions -- Section C Multi-functional biointerfaces -- Chapter 7 Interfaces in composite materials -- Chapter 8 Bioactive polymers for optimising the neural interface -- Chapter 9 Polycaprolactone-based scaffolds fabricated using fused deposition modelling or melt extrusion techniques for bone tissue engineering -- Section D Chemo-structural biointerfaces -- Chapter 10 High throughput techniques for the investigation of cell-material interactions -- Chapter 11 Grafting of functional monomers on biomaterials -- Chapter 12 Desing of mobile supramolecular biointerfaces for regulation of biological responses -- Section E Interfaces that control bacterial responses -- Chapter 13 Bacterial adhesion and interaction with biomaterial surfaces -- Chapter 14 Antimicrobial interfaces.

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In order to design and develop new biomaterials it is essential to understand the biointerface, the interconnection between a synthetic or natural material and tissue, microorganism, cell, virus or biomolecule. Biointerfaces: Where Material Meets Biology provides an up to date overview of the knowledge and methods used to control living organism responses to implantable devices. The book starts with an introduction to the biointerface - past, present and the future perspectives and covers the key areas of biomolecular interface for cell modulation, topographical biointerface, mechano structural biointerafce, chemo-structural biointerfaces and interface that control bacteria responses. By combining the cellular, antimicrobial, antibacterial and therapeutic aspects of the interface with the methodology of fabrication and testing of the synthetic biomaterials used in a variety of medical applications the text provides a handbook for researchers. Edited by leading researchers, the book integrates the understanding of cell, microorganism and biomolecule interactions with surfaces and the methods used for assessment which appeal to materials scientists, chemists, biotechnologists, (molecular-) biologists, biomedical engineers interested in the fundamentals and applications of biomaterials and biointerfaces.

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