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Architecture and application of biomaterials and biomolecular materials : symposium held December 1-4, 2003, Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.A. / editors, Joyce Y. Wong ... [et al.]
Warrendale, Pa. : Materials Research Society, c2004
book jacket
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Subject(s) Biomedical materials -- Congresses
Tissue engineering -- Congresses
Drug delivery systems -- Congresses
Physical Description xvii, 465 p. : ill. ; 23 cm
Note "This proceedings volume brings together three symposia ... all held at the 2003 MRS Fall Meeting in Boston, Massachusetts ... (Symposium F: "Symposium on Biomaterials for Tissue Engineering," Symposium H, "Biological and Bio-Inspired Materials Assembly," and Symposium I, "Biomaterials for Drug Delivery) ..."--P. xvii
"Extended summaries"--Cover
Includes bibliographical references and indexes
Contents [Symposium F, Biomaterials for tissue engineering] -- On the Optimal Rate of Freezing Native and Artificial Tissues -- Microfabricated Biodegradable Scaffolds for Tissue Engineering of Vital Organs -- Bioactive Scaffolds Based On Bioartificial Biodegradable Hollow Microfibers -- Cell-Controlled Delivery of Keratinocyte Growth Factor for Accelerated Healing of Skin Wounds In Vivo -- Fibroblast Fibroblast Migration on Discrete Self-Assembled Collagen Threadson Discrete Self-Assembled Collagen Threads -- Physico-Chemical and Cellular Properties of Crosslinked Polyelectrolyte Multilayer Films -- Photocrosslinkable Hyaluronic Acid Hydrogels for Tissue Engineering -- In vitro and in vivo Biocompatibility Analysis of Poly (Glycerol Sebacate) as a Potential Nerve Guide Material -- Creation of Hepatocyte Spheroid Array for High Throughput Screening -- Biodegradable Multicomponent Silicate-poly(vinyl alcohol) Hybrids -- Selective Laser Sintering of 3-D Biodegradable Scaffolds for Tissue Engineering -- Synthesis and Characterization of Conducting Polymers Grown in Hydrogels for Neural Applications -- A Comparative Study of Bone Cell Viability on Collagen Immobilized Porous and Non-porous Poly(hydroxyl) butyrate Valerate Films -- 3D Tissue Distribution Patterns Characterized by Micro-CT -- Microfabrication of Biodegradable Polymeric Structures for Guided Tissue Engineering -- Measurement of Protein Adsorption and Cell Adhesion onto Polymer Surfaces Using Immuno-Fluorescence Assays (IFA) and the QCM-D Technique: A Comparative Study -- Electric Field Assisted Patterning and Characterization of Live Neuronal Networks for the Study of Brain Functions -- Biodegradable Polymeric Scaffolds Fabricated and Processed with Supercritical Carbon Dioxide -- Multi-Array Formation of Hepatocyte Hetero-Spheroids on Micro-Fabricated PEG-Brush Surface -- Ink-Jet Printing of Human Cells -- Nanophase Three-Dimensional Polymers for Bladder Reconstruction -- Novel Seeding Mechanisms to Form Multilayer Heterogeneous Cell Constructs -- Extracellular Matrix Studied In Situ With the Quartz Crystal Microbalance: Documenting Cellular Stress During Removal and the Elastic Behavior of the Matrix -- Real-Time Measurements of Fibronectin-Integrin Interactions on Polymers Using a Quartz Crystal Microbalance With Dissipation Monitoring (QCM-D) -- A Method for Fabricating Microtextured Collagen Basal Lamina Analogs With Submicron Porous Architecture -- The Influence of Membrane Microtopography on Keratinocyte Proliferation and Differentiation -- Molecular Structures of Proteins at Interfaces Detected Using Sum Frequency Generation Vibrational Spectroscopy -- Effect of Surface Activated Poly(dimethylsiloxane) on Fibronectin Adsorption and Cell Function -- Attachment and Immune Responses to Nanostructured Carbon Films -- Scanning Probe Recognition Microscopy Investigation of Cells on Scaffolding -- Characterizing Surface Modifications of Basal Lamina Analogs to Enhance Keratinocyte Function and Tissue Regeneration -- Machinable and Bioactive Calcium-Mica Glass-Ceramics Using Non-Magnetic Pinatubo Volcanic Ejecta -- Preparation of Poly[bis(carboxylato phenoxy)phosphazene] Non-Woven Nanofiber Mats by Electrospinning -- In situ Cartilage and Bone Tissue Engineering Using Phosphoester-Containing Hydrogels -- Electropolymerization of Biomimetic Peptide-Tyrosineamide Polymer Films for Specific Cell Attachment -- Evidence for Cell-Cell Cooperativity in Initial Adhesion and Spreading: A Quartz Crystal Microbalance Study -- ß-Tricalcium Phosphate Formation and Sintering Characteristics of Hydroxyapatite Nanopowder -- Determination of Solute and Solvent Permeability Parameters in Artificial Tissue Sections: An Inverse Approach -- Detect-to-Warn Cell Based Sensing Technology: Chemical Sensing of Multiple Agents in a Cascade -- Ligament Cells Stretched on A Microgrooved Substrate Increase Intracellular Calcium In Response to A Mechanical Stimulus -- Modeling of Elastic Modulus Evolution of Cirrhotic Human Liver -- Structural and Morphological Map of the Human Fallopian Tube -- Nanoscale Three-Point Bend Test of a Single Polymeric Nanofiber -- Adhesion of Fibroblasts to Photocurable Polymer Substrates -- Selective Protein Adsorption on PTFE Surface With ArF Laser Induced Photochemical Modification
[Symposium H, Biological and bio-inspired materials assembly] -- DNA-Directed Assembly on Dual-Functionalized Microspheres -- Tethered Nanoparticles: A New Class of "Macromolecule" for Bio-inspired Materials -- Chemoselective Attachment of Biologically Active Proteins to Surfaces by Native Chemical Ligation -- AFM/SEM Investigation of Nano to Micron Scale Structures Formed on Gold by the Biomimetic Monomers--The Amphiphilic Decyl Ester of L-Tyrosine and Tyrosineamide at (1:1)--Differences Between the Unpolymerized and Enzymatically Polymerized Structures -- A Study of the Self-Assembling Morphology in Peptide Nanorings and Nanotubes -- Micropatterning of Functional Lipid Domains for Toxin Detection -- Biological Muscle as Self-Assembled Actuator -- How Organic Monolayers Control The Shape Of Growing Minerals -- Electrostatic and Hydrodynamic Fields Influence on In Vitro Polycationic Peptide-Mediated Silica Biomineralization -- Organic Template-Directed Hydroxyapatite Crystallization: Evaluation With Ir External Reflection Spectroscopy -- Effect of Fatty Acid Conjugation on Antimicrobial Peptide Activity -- Development of a Novel Method for Surface Modification of Synthetic Polymer Using Combinatorial Peptide Screening Technologies -- Conformational Transition From ß-Sheet to {460}-Helices Prevents Extensive Nanofiber Formation -- Exploitation of Collagen Mimetic Peptide as a Collagen Adhesive Biopolymer for Novel Biomaterials Development -- Self Assembling Model Lipid Membranes for Investigating Irritation in Skin -- Development of Fibrin-Free Intraocular Lens for Blocking After-Cataract With Photochemical Surface Modification -- In Vitro Analysis of Carbon Nanofiber and Mesoscale Porous Silicon Materials With Nanoscale Roughness for Neural Applications -- Mesoscale Simulation Studies of Chiral Self-Assembly -- Effect of the Crystallization Chamber Design on the Polymorphs of Calcium Carbonate Using the Sitting-Drop Method -- Patterned Deposition of Tobacco Mosaic Virus on Mica Surfaces -- Novel Colloidal Amphiphilic Chitosan Nanospheres -- Polyelectrolyte Surface Modification and Permeability of Bio-inspired Dynamic Fluidic Lenses -- Supramolecular Engineering With Macromolecules: From Defined Block Copolymers to Functional Nanomaterials -- Synthesis and Characterization of Very High Surface Area, Ordered Meso-Porous Silicas -- Nanostructured Bioactive Coatings by Sol-Gel Synthesis and Rapid Thermal Processing -- Photoluminescence of a Conjugated Polymer-Polyelectrolyte Assembly and Effective Quenching in Aqueous Solution and on Self-Assembled Thin Film Architectures -- Nano-Scale Roughness Inducing Super-Water-Repellency: From Natural to Artificial -- Cell Growth on Prestructured Microelectronic Semiconductor Materials
Series Materials Research Society symposium proceedings. Volume EXS
Alternate Author Wong, Joyce Y
Materials Research Society. Meeting (2003 : Boston, Mass.)

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