Development of 3D in Vitro Technology for Medical Applications
AbstractIn the past few years, biomaterials technologies together with significant efforts on developing biology have revolutionized the process of engineered materials. Three dimensional (3D) in vitro technology aims to develop set of tools that are simple, inexpensive, portable and robust that could be commercialized and used in various fields of biomedical sciences such as drug discovery, diagnostic tools, and therapeutic approaches in regenerative medicine. The proliferation of cells in the 3D scaffold needs an oxygen and nutrition supply. 3D scaffold materials should provide such an environment for cells living in close proximity. 3D scaffolds that are able to regenerate or restore tissue and/or organs have begun to revolutionize medicine and biomedical science. Scaffolds have been used to support and promote the regeneration of tissues. Different processing techniques have been developed to design and fabricate three dimensional scaffolds for tissue engineering implants. Throughout the chapters we discuss in this review, we inform the reader about the potential applications of different 3D in vitro systems that can be applied for fabricating a wider range of novel biomaterials for use in tissue engineering. View Full-Text
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Ou, K.-L.; Hosseinkhani, H. Development of 3D in Vitro Technology for Medical Applications. Int. J. Mol. Sci. 2014, 15, 17938-17962.
Ou K-L, Hosseinkhani H. Development of 3D in Vitro Technology for Medical Applications. International Journal of Molecular Sciences. 2014; 15(10):17938-17962.Chicago/Turabian Style
Ou, Keng-Liang; Hosseinkhani, Hossein. 2014. "Development of 3D in Vitro Technology for Medical Applications." Int. J. Mol. Sci. 15, no. 10: 17938-17962.