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2000). , 2006). Structural proteins such as fibrin have also been used in tissue engineering applications. Fibrin can be used as a natural wound healing material, and is most commonly used clinically as a sealant or adhesive. , 2008). , 2004) in vitro. , 2006). , 1994) and have been used as suture materials for over 20 years (Vepari and Kaplan, 2007). , 2003). e. skin, bone, and blood vessels and are a form of proteoglycan; organic polymers that are found in cells and that are a major component of the natural ECM.
An Introduction to Bioceramics. , Singapore. Hock, J. and Gera, I. 1992. Effects of continuous and intermittent administration and and inhibition of resorption on the anabolic response of bone to PTH. J Bone Miner Res 7:65-72. , Honda, H. and Kobayashi, T. 2005. Medical application of functionalized magnetic nanoparticles. Journal of Bioscience and Bioengineering 100(1):1-11. Ju, D. Y. and Bian, P. 2006. Development of ferrite magnetic materials with high strength by a low-temperature sintering method.
2006). , 1994) and have been used as suture materials for over 20 years (Vepari and Kaplan, 2007). , 2003). e. skin, bone, and blood vessels and are a form of proteoglycan; organic polymers that are found in cells and that are a major component of the natural ECM. Given the importance of GAGs in stimulating normal tissue growth, the use of GAGs as components of a scaffold for tissue engineering appears to be a logical approach for scaffold development. Glycosaminoglycans (GAGs) are long, unbranched polysaccharides that do not elicit an immune response and have been used extensively for tissue engineering applications and can be copolymerized with collagen to increase the stiffness and toughness and decrease its degradation rate.