Journal of Materials Science: Materials in Medicine
The Journal of Materials Science: Materials in Medicine publishes refereed papers providing significant progress in the application of biomaterials and tissue engineering constructs as medical or dental implants, prostheses and devices. Coverage spans a wide range of topics from basic science to clinical applications, around the theme of materials in medicine and dentistry. The central element is the development of synthetic and natural materials used in orthopaedic, maxillofacial, cardiovascular, neurological, ophthalmic and dental applications. Special biomedical topics include biomaterial synthesis and characterisation, biocompatibility studies, nanomedicine, tissue engineering constructs and cell substrates, regenerative medicine, computer modelling and other advanced experimental methodologies.
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Tissue Engineering Constructs and Cell SubstratesTopical Collection Tissue Engineering Constructs and Cell Substrates
Development and characterization of hybrid tubular structure of PLCL porous scaffold with hMSCs/ECs cell sheet
Emerging Group Leaders: Research and Reflections on Career GoalsTopical Collection Emerging Group Leaders: Research and Reflections on Career Goals
Repetitive on-demand drug release from polymeric matrices containing a macroscopic spherical iron core
Biocompatibility StudiesTopical Collection Biocompatibility Studies
An in vivo study on endothelialized vascular grafts produced by autologous biotubes and adipose stem cells (ADSCs)
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- Journal of Materials Science: Materials in Medicine
- Volume 1 / 1990 - Volume 28 / 2017
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