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Guiding nerve fibres in a 3D p(HEMA) Scaffold

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      • Thesis (M.Sc.) -- University of Toronto, 2003.

        StatementNational Library of Canada
        PublishersNational Library of Canada
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        LC Classifications2003
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        Paginationxvi, 135 p. :
        Number of Pages61
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        ISBN 100612841537
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3D printing of functional nerve guide conduits

3D printing technology is a convenient method that can be used to fabricate different morphological NGCs that could influence neural cell proliferation and migration. Neural stem cell- and Schwann cell-loaded biodegradable polymer scaffolds support axonal regeneration in the transected spinal cord. The exact mechanisms by which hydrogels interact with SCI also require further study.

Moreover, combining biomaterial scaffolds and cell therapy can promote survival and differentiation of stem cells and reduce the side effect of cell therapy. Bioelectromagnetics 27 4 : 328—31. [] [] [] [] 142.

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These data suggest that aligned collagen fibers are Guiding nerve fibres in a 3D p(HEMA) Scaffold candidates as substrates for guided nerve regeneration.

52 mV at 4 week, 14. Fibrin-based tissue engineering scaffolds enhance neural fiber sprouting and delay the accumulation of reactive astrocytes at the lesion in a subacute model of spinal cord injury. When the scaffolds were surgically sutured to the proximal and distal stumps of the sciatic nerve, the other tips of the wires was connected to an ES device.

The epineurium is a sheath of loose fibrocollagenous tissue that binds individual fascicles into one nerve trunk. Further studies were needed to identify the optimal parameter of ES which showed best performance in promoting nerve regeneration. He X-X, Zheng J, Yu G-F, et al. Prang et al assessed the capacity of alginate gels to promote directed axonal regrowth in the injured mammalian central nervous system.

Ultrastructure of synapses in the mammalian brain. The results showed this strategy could increase oxygen supply and promote axon regeneration [ ]. The cells can also remodel the electrospun fibers as can be observed in the difference in the mesh density and electrospun fibers visible before and after cell seeding and. B Macroscopic appearance of ACH bodies. Nanofibers that are collected parallel to the direction of the printed fiber are either deposited on top of the printed fiber itself or are aligned within the pore of the previous layer, which in this case is perpendicular to the current layer.

A closer mimicry of the peripheral nerve extracellular matrix ECM is to reconstruct the endoneural tubes within a sheath.