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Tissue Engineering. Part B, Reviews

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https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27917703/principles-of-the-kenzan-method-for-robotic-cell-spheroid-based-3d-bioprinting
#1
Nicanor I Moldovan, Narutoshi Hibino, Koichi Nakayama
Bioprinting is a technology with the prospect to change the way many diseases are treated, by replacing the damaged tissues with live, de novo created bio-similar constructs. However, after more than a decade of incubation and many proofs-of-concept, the field is still in its infancy. The current stagnation is the consequence of its early success: the first bioprinters, and most of those which followed, were modified versions of the 3D printers used in additive manufacturing, redesigned for layer-by-layer dispersion of biomaterials...
December 4, 2016: Tissue Engineering. Part B, Reviews
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27912680/biomimetic-approaches-for-bone-tissue-engineering
#2
Johnathan Ng, Kara Spiller, Jonathan Bernhard, Gordana Vunjak-Novakovic
Although autologous bone grafts are considered a gold standard for the treatment of bone defects, they are limited by donor site morbidities and geometric requirements. Tissue engineering can overcome such limitations by creating fully viable biological bone grafts. We review here the use of native bone matrix, autologous mesenchymal cells and perfusion bioreactor systems as a tissue-engineering paradigm to grow bone in vitro. We also discuss emergent vascularization strategies to promote graft survival in vivo, and the role of inflammation in bone repair...
December 2, 2016: Tissue Engineering. Part B, Reviews
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27809709/systematic-review-to-compare-urothelium-differentiation-with-urethral-epithelium-differentiation-in-fetal-development-as-a-basis-for-tissue-engineering-of-the-male-urethra
#3
Petra de Graaf, E Martine van der Linde, Peter F W M Rosier, Ander Izeta, Karl-Dietrich Sievert, J L H Ruud Bosch, Laetitia M O de Kort
BACKGROUND: Tissue-engineered (TE) urethra is desirable in men with urethral disease (stricture or hypospadias) and shortage of local tissue. Although ideally a TE graft would contain urethral epithelium cells, currently, bladder epithelium (urothelium) is widely used, but morphologically different. Understanding the differences and similarities of urothelium and urethral epithelium could help design a protocol for in vitro generation of urethral epithelium to be used in TE grafts for the urethra...
December 2, 2016: Tissue Engineering. Part B, Reviews
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27875945/3d-printing-articular-cartilage-recapitulating-the-complexity-of-native-tissue
#4
Ting Guo, Josephine Lembong, Lijie Grace Zhang, John P Fisher
In the past few decades, the field of tissue engineering combined with rapid prototyping (RP) techniques has been successful in creating biological substitutes that mimic tissues. Its applications in regenerative medicine have drawn efforts in research from various scientific fields, diagnostics, and clinical translation to therapies. While some areas of therapeutics are well developed, such as skin replacement, many others such as cartilage repair can still greatly benefit from tissue engineering and RP due to the low success and / or inefficiency of current existing, often surgical treatments...
November 22, 2016: Tissue Engineering. Part B, Reviews
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27758156/endochondral-priming-a-developmental-engineering-strategy-for-bone-tissue-regeneration
#5
Fiona E Freeman, Laoise M McNamara
Tissue engineering and regenerative medicine have significant potential to treat bone pathologies by exploiting the capacity for bone progenitors to grow and produce tissue constituents under specific biochemical and physical conditions. However, conventional tissue engineering approaches, which combine stem cells with biomaterial scaffolds, are limited as the constructs often degrade, due to a lack of vascularization, and lack the mechanical integrity to fulfill load bearing functions, and as such are not yet widely used for clinical treatment of large bone defects...
November 22, 2016: Tissue Engineering. Part B, Reviews
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27758155/an-investigation-of-topics-and-trends-of-tracheal-replacement-studies-using-co-occurrence-analysis
#6
Fariba Ghorbani, Mansoureh Feizabadi, Roya Farzanegan, Esmaeil Vaziri, Saeed Samani, Seyedamirmohammad Lajevardi, Lida Moradi, Mohammad Behgam Shadmehr
This study evaluated tracheal regeneration studies using scientometric and co-occurrence analysis to identify the most important topics and assess their trends over time. To provide the adequate search options, PubMed, Scopus, and Web of Science (WOS) were used to cover various categories such as keywords, countries, organizations, and authors. Search results were obtained by employing Bibexcel. Co-occurrence analysis was applied to evaluate the publications. Finally, scientific maps, author's network, and country contributions were depicted using VOSviewer and NetDraw...
November 22, 2016: Tissue Engineering. Part B, Reviews
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27771996/how-regenerative-medicine-stakeholders-adapt-to-ever-changing-technology-and-regulatory-challenges-snapshots-from-the-world-termis-industry-symposium-september-10-2015-boston
#7
Yves Bayon, Mark Van Dyke, Robert Buelher, Ross Tubo, Tim Bertram, Bernard Malfroy-Camine, Michelle Rathman, Vincent Ronfard
Regenerative medicine (RM) is a fascinating area of research and innovation. The huge potential of the field has been fairly underexploited so far. Both TERMIS-AM and TERMIS-EU Industry Committees are committed to mentoring and training young entrepreneurs for more successful commercial translation of upstream research. With this objective in mind, the two entities jointly organized an industry symposium during the past TERMIS World Congress (Boston, September 8-11, 2015) and invited senior managers of the RM industry for lectures and panel discussions...
November 21, 2016: Tissue Engineering. Part B, Reviews
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27762892/evaluating-the-past-present-and-future-of-regenerative-medicine-a-global-view
#8
Vincent Ronfard, Alain A Vertès, Michael H May, Anne Dupraz, Mark E van Dyke, Yves Bayon
"Evaluating the Past and Present of Regenerative Medicine (RM)" was the first part of an Industry Symposium dedicated to the subject during the 2015 TERMIS World Congress in Boston. This working session presented a critical review of the current RM landscape in Europe and North America with possible projections for the future. Interestingly, the RM development cycle seems to obey the Gartner hype cycle, now at the enlightenment phase, after past exaggerated expectations and discouragements, as suggested by increasing numbers of clinical trials and recent market approvals of RM solutions in both Europe (Glybera and Holoclar(®) from Chiesi Pharma and Strimvelis(®) from GSK) and Japan (Remestemcel-L from Mesoblast(®))...
November 21, 2016: Tissue Engineering. Part B, Reviews
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27846781/osteoblast-differentiation-and-bone-matrix-formation-in-vivo-and-in-vitro
#9
Harry C Blair, Quitterie C Larrouture, Yanan Li, Hang Lin, Donna Beer Stolz, Li Liu, Rocky Tuan, Lisa J Robinson, Paul H Schlesinger, Deborah J Nelson
We review the characteristics of osteoblast differentiation and bone matrix synthesis. Bone in air breathing vertebrates is a specialized tissue that developmentally replaces simpler solid tissues, usually cartilage. Bone is a living organ bounded by a layer of osteoblasts that, because of transport and compartmentalization requirements, produce bone matrix exclusively as an organized tight epithelium. With matrix growth, osteoblasts are reorganized and incorporated into the matrix as living cells, osteocytes, that communicate with each other and surface epithelium via cell processes within canaliculi in the matrix...
November 16, 2016: Tissue Engineering. Part B, Reviews
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27824295/injectable-pore-forming-hydrogel-scaffolds-for-complex-wound-tissue-engineering-designing-controlling-their-porosity-and-mechanical-properties
#10
Rob M Staruch, Graeme E Glass, Rory Rickard, Shehan P Hettiaratchy, Peter Butler
Traumatic soft tissue wounds present a significant reconstructive challenge. The adoption of closed circuit negative pressure wound therapy (NPWT) has enabled surgeons to temporize these wounds prior to reconstruction. Such systems use porous synthetic foam scaffolds as wound fillers at the interface between the negative pressure system and the wound bed. The idea of using a bespoke porous biomaterial that enhances wound healing as a filler for a NPWT system is attractive as it circumvents concerns regarding reconstructive delay and the need for dressing changes that are features of the current systems...
November 8, 2016: Tissue Engineering. Part B, Reviews
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27824290/design-and-use-of-chimeric-proteins-containing-a-collagen-binding-domain-for-wound-healing-and-bone-regeneration
#11
Cyril Addi, Frédéric Murschel, Gregory De Crescenzo
Collagen-based biomaterials are widely employed in the field of tissue engineering; they can be loaded with biomolecules such as growth factors to modulate the biological response of the host and thus improve its potential for regeneration. Recombinant chimeric growth factors fused to a collagen-binding domain have been reported to improve their bioavailability and the host response, especially when combined with an appropriate collagen-based biomaterial. This review first provides an extensive description of the various collagen-binding domains that have been fused to proteins, with a focus on the need for the accurate characterization of their interaction with collagen...
November 8, 2016: Tissue Engineering. Part B, Reviews
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27763207/potential-use-of-anti-apoptotic-proteins-and-non-coding-rnas-in-in-vitro-follicular-growth-and-ovarian-tissue-engineering
#12
Yoon Kim, Amin Tamadon, Seung-Yup Ku
In vitro culture of ovarian follicles is a promising bioengineering technique for preserving fecundity in reproductive age female by providing fertilizable oocytes. Successful clinical application should be preceded by developing the protocols that can efficiently overcome follicular cell apoptosis since the apoptosis is a critical phenomenon in in vivo folliculogenesis and in in vitro follicular maturation. Numerous pro-survival and anti-apoptotic molecules including follicular developmental regulators have been reported to be involved in the intra-ovarian apoptosis...
October 20, 2016: Tissue Engineering. Part B, Reviews
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27733094/cell-co-transplantation-strategies-for-vascularized-craniofacial-bone-tissue-engineering-a-systematic-review-and-meta-analysis-of-pre-clinical-in-vivo-studies
#13
Siddharth Shanbhag, Kamal Mustafa, Nikolaos Pandis, Jens R Nyengaard, Andreas Stavropoulos
The regenerative potential of tissue engineered bone constructs may be enhanced by in vitro co-culture and in vivo co-transplantation of vasculogenic and osteogenic (progenitor) cells. The objective of this study was to systematically review the literature to answer the focused question: in animal models, does co-transplantation of osteogenic and vasculogenic cells enhance bone regeneration in craniofacial defects, compared to solely osteogenic cell-seeded constructs? Following PRISMA guidelines, electronic databases were searched for controlled animal studies reporting co-transplantation of endothelial cells (EC) with mesenchymal stem cells (MSC) or osteoblasts (OB) in craniofacial critical-size bone defect (CSD) models...
October 12, 2016: Tissue Engineering. Part B, Reviews
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27672729/platelet-rich-fibrin-and-soft-tissue-wound-healing-a-systematic-review
#14
Richard J Miron, Masako Fujioka-Kobayashi, Mark Bishara, Yufeng Zhang, Maria Hernandez, Joseph Choukroun
The growing multidisciplinary field of tissue engineering aims at predictably regenerating, enhancing, or replacing damaged or missing tissues for a variety of conditions caused by trauma, disease, and old age. One area of research that has gained tremendous awareness in recent years is that of platelet-rich fibrin (PRF), which has been utilized across a wide variety of medical fields for the regeneration of soft tissues. This systematic review gathered all the currently available in vitro, in vivo, and clinical literature utilizing PRF for soft tissue regeneration, augmentation, and/or wound healing...
October 10, 2016: Tissue Engineering. Part B, Reviews
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27609352/biotechnological-management-of-skin-burn-injuries-challenges-and-perspectives-in-wound-healing-and-sensory-recovery
#15
Dorothée Girard, Betty Laverdet, Virginie Buhé, Marina Trouillas, Kamélia Ghazi, Maïa M Alexaline, Christophe Egles, Laurent Misery, Bernard Coulomb, Jean-Jacques Lataillade, François Berthod, Alexis Desmoulière
Many wound management protocols have been developed to improve wound healing after burn with the primordial aim to restore the barrier function of the skin and also provide a better esthetic outcome. Autologous skin grafts remain the gold standard in the treatment of skin burn, but this treatment has its limitation especially for patients presenting limited donor sites due to extensive burn areas. Deep burn injuries also alter the integrity of skin-sensitive innervation and have an impact on patient's quality of life by compromising perceptions of touch, temperature, and pain...
October 7, 2016: Tissue Engineering. Part B, Reviews
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27596929/a-clinical-biological-and-biomaterials-perspective-into-tendon-injuries-and-regeneration
#16
Grace Walden, Xin Liao, Simon Donell, Mike J Raxworthy, Graham P Riley, Aram Saeed
Tendon injury is common and debilitating, and it is associated with long-term pain and ineffective healing. It is estimated to afflict 25% of the adult population and is often a career-ending disease in athletes and racehorses. Tendon injury is associated with high morbidity, pain, and long-term suffering for the patient. Due to the low cellularity and vascularity of tendon tissue, once damage has occurred, the repair process is slow and inefficient, resulting in mechanically, structurally, and functionally inferior tissue...
September 30, 2016: Tissue Engineering. Part B, Reviews
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27470313/the-value-of-systematic-reviews-in-estimating-the-cost-and-barriers-to-translation-in-tissue-engineering
#17
Margot A Cousin, Alexandra J Greenberg, Tyler H Koep, Diana Angius, Michael J Yaszemski, Robert J Spinner, Anthony J Windebank
Little quantitative data exist concerning barriers that impede translation from bench to bedside. We systematically reviewed synthetic or biosynthetic polymer nerve scaffolds for peripheral nerve repair to study a defined research area that is beyond the discovery phase and has potential for clinical application. Using electronic and manual search methods, we identified published English language articles, where scaffolds were tested in preclinical animal models. A systematic review of these 416 reports estimated all costs related to the use of animals, surgery, and evaluation methods...
December 2016: Tissue Engineering. Part B, Reviews
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27333790/large-scale-mesenchymal-stem-stromal-cell-expansion-a-visualization-tool-for-bioprocess-comparison
#18
Toon Lambrechts, Maarten Sonnaert, Jan Schrooten, Frank P Luyten, Jean-Marie Aerts, Ioannis Papantoniou
Large-scale and cost-effective cell expansion processes are a prerequisite for the clinical and commercial translation of cell-based therapies. A large variety of cell expansion processes are described in literature, utilizing different cell types, culture vessels, and medium formulations. Consequently there are no straightforward means for the comparison or benchmarking of these processes in terms of efficiency, scale, or costs. The purpose of this study was to systematically review the available mesenchymal stromal cell (MSC) expansion literature and develop an interactive visualization tool for comparing the expansion processes...
December 2016: Tissue Engineering. Part B, Reviews
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27316784/extracellular-matrix-for-vocal-fold-lamina-propria-replacement-a-review
#19
Emily A Wrona, Robert Peng, Milan R Amin, Ryan C Branski, Donald O Freytes
The vocal folds (VFs) are exposed to a number of injurious stimuli that frequently lead to aberrant structural alterations and altered biomechanical properties that clinically manifest as voice disorders. Therapies to restore both structure and function of this delicate tissue are ideal. However, such methods have not been adequately developed. Our group and others hypothesize that tissue engineering and regenerative medicine approaches, previously described for other tissue systems, hold significant promise for the VFs...
December 2016: Tissue Engineering. Part B, Reviews
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27302080/polymeric-biomaterials-for-in-vitro-cancer-tissue-engineering-and-drug-testing-applications
#20
Shantanu Pradhan, Iman Hassani, Jacob M Clary, Elizabeth A Lipke
Biomimetic polymers and materials have been widely used in tissue engineering for regeneration and replication of diverse types of both normal and diseased tissues. Cancer, being a prevalent disease throughout the world, has initiated substantial interest in the creation of tissue-engineered models for anticancer drug testing. The development of these in vitro three-dimensional (3D) culture models using novel biomaterials has facilitated the investigation of tumorigenic and associated biological phenomena with a higher degree of complexity and physiological context than that provided by established two-dimensional culture models...
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