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Electrospun aligned PHBV/collagen nanofibers as substrates for nerve tissue engineering

Electrospun nanofibers of PHBV/Collagen have huge potential as scaffolds for nerve tissue engineering, due to their biocompatibility and slow degradation properties. Composite PHBV/Collagen nanofibers improved cell growth and differentiation of PC12 cells, and the current studies demonstrated the ab... Full description

Journal Title: Biotechnology and Bioengineering October 2013, Vol.110(10), pp.2775-2784
Main Author: Prabhakaran, Molamma P.
Other Authors: Vatankhah, Elham , Ramakrishna, Seeram
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ID: ISSN: 0006-3592 ; E-ISSN: 1097-0290 ; DOI: 10.1002/bit.24937
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title: Electrospun aligned PHBV/collagen nanofibers as substrates for nerve tissue engineering
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  • Prabhakaran, Molamma P.
  • Vatankhah, Elham
  • Ramakrishna, Seeram
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  • Aligned Nanofibers
  • Nerve Regeneration
  • Orientation
  • Electrospinning
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description: Electrospun nanofibers of PHBV/Collagen have huge potential as scaffolds for nerve tissue engineering, due to their biocompatibility and slow degradation properties. Composite PHBV/Collagen nanofibers improved cell growth and differentiation of PC12 cells, and the current studies demonstrated the ability of cells to extend their neurite on aligned PHBV/Collagen nanofibers along the direction of orientation of the fibers, providing contact guidance for enhanced cellular alignment and suggesting the nano‐topographical significance of scaffolds suitable for nerve tissue regeneration.
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