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Dramatic advances in the fields of biochemistry, cell and molecular biology, genetics, biomedical engineering and materials science have given rise to the remarkable new cross-disciplinary field of tissue engineering. Tissue engineering uses synthetic or naturally derived, engineered biomaterials to replace damaged or defective tissues, such as bone, skin, and even organs.
New study demonstrates tissue regenerative potential of chemoattractant delivery system

New study demonstrates tissue regenerative potential of chemoattractant delivery system

Novel lentiviral model can determine effect of Wnt/β-Catenin inhibition on bone regeneration

Novel lentiviral model can determine effect of Wnt/β-Catenin inhibition on bone regeneration

Cherwell confirms support for conference addressing key challenges in aseptic manufacturing of ATMPs

Cherwell confirms support for conference addressing key challenges in aseptic manufacturing of ATMPs

New biosensor tracks oxygen levels in real time in 'organ-on-a-chip' systems

New biosensor tracks oxygen levels in real time in 'organ-on-a-chip' systems

Texas A&M researchers develop clay-based platform to grow blood vessels

Texas A&M researchers develop clay-based platform to grow blood vessels

PolyU researchers design new self-fitting scaffold to induce bone regeneration

PolyU researchers design new self-fitting scaffold to induce bone regeneration

Study shows efficacy, safety of AAV5-based gene therapy to treat sheep model of achromatopsia

Study shows efficacy, safety of AAV5-based gene therapy to treat sheep model of achromatopsia

Platelet-rich plasma does not enhance cartilage formation capabilities of stem cells

Platelet-rich plasma does not enhance cartilage formation capabilities of stem cells

Researchers develop drug-delivery system that allows rapid response to heart attacks

Researchers develop drug-delivery system that allows rapid response to heart attacks

Scientists create unique polymeric materials to repair traumatized human organs

Scientists create unique polymeric materials to repair traumatized human organs

3D-printed implants appear to guide regrowth of missing bone in lab animals

3D-printed implants appear to guide regrowth of missing bone in lab animals

New technique allows researchers to create large scale, personalized bone grafts

New technique allows researchers to create large scale, personalized bone grafts

Novel bioengineering technique could help repair bone defects

Novel bioengineering technique could help repair bone defects

University of Illinois buys 3D-Bioplotter for regenerative biology, tissue engineering research

University of Illinois buys 3D-Bioplotter for regenerative biology, tissue engineering research

3D modeling of drug resistance could lead to more effective cancer treatment

3D modeling of drug resistance could lead to more effective cancer treatment

Graphene could provide better treatment options for osteoarthritis

Graphene could provide better treatment options for osteoarthritis

Study explains methods for matrix decellularization to promote bone regeneration

Study explains methods for matrix decellularization to promote bone regeneration

Researchers develop new guide for using mechanical stimulation to enhance tissue-engineered cartilage

Researchers develop new guide for using mechanical stimulation to enhance tissue-engineered cartilage

Novel programmed shape-morphing scaffolds developed to facilitate facile 3D endothelialization

Novel programmed shape-morphing scaffolds developed to facilitate facile 3D endothelialization

Researchers develop novel microscopy to observe cellular focal adhesion dynamics

Researchers develop novel microscopy to observe cellular focal adhesion dynamics