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Biomimetic Composite Scaffolds Containing Bioceramics and Collagen/Gelatin for Bone Tissue Engineering – A Mini Review

Publication Type : Journal Article

Thematic Areas : Nanosciences and Molecular Medicine

Publisher : Int J Biol Macromol

Source : Int J Biol Macromol, Volume 93, Issue Pt B, p.1390-1401 (2016)

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Keywords : Animals, Biomimetics, Bone and Bones, Bone regeneration, Bone substitutes, collagen, Humans, Hydroxyapatites, tissue engineering, Tissue Scaffolds

Campus : Kochi

School : Center for Nanosciences

Center : Nanosciences

Department : Nanosciences and Molecular Medicine

Year : 2016

Abstract : pBone is a natural composite material consisting of an organic phase (collagen) and a mineral phase (calcium phosphate, especially hydroxyapatite). The strength of bone is attributed to the apatite, while the collagen fibrils are responsible for the toughness and visco-elasticity. The challenge in bone tissue engineering is to develop such biomimetic composite scaffolds, having a balance between biological and biomechanical properties. This review summarizes the current state of the field by outlining composite scaffolds made of gelatin/collagen in combination with bioactive ceramics for bone tissue engineering application./p

Cite this Research Publication : S. Kuttappan, Mathew, D., and Nair, M. B., “Biomimetic composite scaffolds containing bioceramics and collagen/gelatin for bone tissue engineering - A mini review.”, Int J Biol Macromol, vol. 93, no. Pt B, pp. 1390-1401, 2016.

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