Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/10397/35658
Title: Tissue engineering and regenerative medicine
Authors: Li, Z
Xie, MB
Li, Y 
Liu, X
Lan, XQ
Leung, PHM 
Li, JS
Ko, F
Qin, L
Keywords: Tissue Engineering
Regenerative Medicine
Scaffolds
Application
Issue Date: 2014
Publisher: Textile Bioengineering & Informatics Society Ltd
Source: Textile bioengineering and informatics symposium proceedings, 2014, vols 1 and 2, 2014, p. 225-235 How to cite?
Abstract: Tissue engineering/regenerative medicine (TERM) is a multidisciplinary field applying regenerative biological substitutes to repair, maintain or replace part of or whole tissue and its function. Cells and scaffolds are two factors which plays important role in tissue engineering. Stem cells are the original cells which have a potential ability to proliferate and differentiate into all kind of tissue or organs under the certain signals, therefore, they have a wide usage on tissue engineering. Scaffolds provide a three-dimensional (3-D) structure for cell differentiation into a tissue or organ. The different scaffolds need different materials, and also need different methods for preparation. In this paper, abundant representative papers on tissue engineering were reviewed and research progress was summarized: (1) cells, including progress on pluripotent stem cells, (2) diverse scaffolds and their preparation, evaluation and applications, including the advantages and disadvantages of different scaffolds and methods for preparation. Based on review, the possible direction of field was discussed finally.
Description: 7th Textile Bioengineering and Informatics Symposium (TBIS 2014) / 5th Asian Protective Clothing Conference (APCC 2014), Hong Kong, Peoples R China, 6-8 August 2014
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10397/35658
ISSN: 1942-3438
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