Liwen Zhang
Beijing University of Chemical Technology
Composite numberSelf-healing hydrogelsNanorodRegeneration (biology)NanotechnologyMicroscale chemistryMaterials scienceBiocompatibilityGelatinAcrylateCartilageStem cellBone regenerationChemical engineeringTissue engineering3D printingSignal transductionPorosityTemplateMicrofluidics
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#1Lei Fu (Huada: Beijing University of Chemical Technology)H-Index: 1
#2Liwen Zhang (Huada: Beijing University of Chemical Technology)H-Index: 1
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The repair and treatment of articular cartilage injury is a huge challenge of orthopedics. Currently, most of the clinical methods applied in treating cartilage injuries are mainly to relieve pains rather than to cure them, while the strategy of tissue engineering is highly expected to achieve the successful repair of osteochondral defects. Clear understandings of the physiological structures and mechanical properties of cartilage, bone and osteochondral tissues have been established, but the un...
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#1Lihua Gu (Huada: Beijing University of Chemical Technology)H-Index: 2
#2Yifan Zhang (Huada: Beijing University of Chemical Technology)H-Index: 2
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Gelatin cryogels are good candidate scaffolds for tissue engineering benefiting from their interconnected macroporous structure. For bone regeneration, inorganic components are chosen to reinforce gelatin cryogels: i) to mimic the compositions of natural bone tissue, and ii) to meet the mechanical requirements of bone repairing. Cryogels were prepared from methacrylated gelatin (GelMA) in this study, and hydroxyapatite nanorods (HANRs) with surface-grafted acrylate groups (D-HANRs) were synthesi...
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