Functional Tissue Engineering (inbunden)
Inbunden (Hardback)
Antal sidor
2003 ed.
Springer-Verlag New York Inc.
Guilak, Farshid (ed.), Butler,David L. (ed.), Goldstein, Steven A. (ed.), Mooney, David (ed.)
133 Abb
XVI, 426 p.
257 x 178 x 25 mm
953 g
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Functional Tissue Engineering (inbunden)

Functional Tissue Engineering

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-Softcover reprint of a successful hardcover reference (370 copies sold) -Price to be accessible to the rapidly increasing population of students and investigators in the field of tissue engineering -Chapters written by well-known researchers discuss issues in functional tissue engineering as well as provide guidelines and a summary of the current state of technology
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From the reviews: "Functional Tissue Engineering is a useful compilation of research by contributors involved in developing tissues ... . It is not easy to extract a decent book from a conference, but the editors have done a very good job ... . it will be an invaluable source for those starting a PhD ... . I recommend it to those embarking on or already involved in engineering structural tissues. ... The chapters are well written ... . The book is clearly focused to encompass practical issues, such as the need to create appropriate biomechanical environments ... ." (Sheila MacNeil, Materials Today, July/August, 2005)

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Part I. The Functional Properties of Native Tissues * How Does Nature Build a Tissue? * Ligament Healing: Present Status and the Future of Functional Tissue Engineering * Native Properties of Cardiovascular Tissues: Guidelines for Functional Tissue Engineering * Functional Properties of Native Articular Cartilage * Excitability and Contractility of Skeletal Muscle: Measurements and Interpretations * Part II. Functional Requirements of Engineered Tissues * Functional Requirements for the Engineering of a Blood Vessel Substitute * In vivo Force and Strain of Tendon, Ligament and Capsule * Requirements for Biological Replacement of the Articular Cartilage at the Knee Joint * Functional Requirements: Cartilage * Part III. Design Parameters for Tissue Engineering * Design Parameters for Functional Tissue Engineering * Tissue Engineering a Heart: Critical Issues * Design Parameters for Engineering Bone Regeneration * Tissue Engineering of Bone: The Potential Uses of Gene Therapy for Difficult Bone Loss Problems * Engineered Skeletal Muscle: Functional Tissues, Organs and Interfaces * Bioengineering the Growth of Articular Cartilage * Part IV. Assessment of Function in Engineered Tissues * Functional Tissue Engineering: Assessment of Function in Tendon and Ligament Repair * The Role of Mechanical Forces in Tissue Engineering of Articular Cartilage * Biomechanics of Native and Engineered Heart Valves * Assessment of Function in Tissue Engineered Vascular Grafts * Assessment of the Performance of Engineered Tissues in Humans Requires the Development of Highly Sensitive and Quantitative Non-invasive Outcome Measures * Part V. Cell-matrix Interactions in Functional Tissue Engineering * The Biomechanics of Cell-matrix Interactions in Tissue Engineering * Regulation of Cellular Response to Mechanical Signals by Matrix Design * Artificial Soft Tissue Fabrication from Cell-contracted Biopolymers * Cytomechanics: Signaling to Mechanical Load in Connective Tissue Cells and Role in Tissue Engineering * Part VI. Bioreactors and the Role of Biophysical Stimuli in Tissue Engineering * The Role of Biomechanics in Analysis of Cardiovascular Diseases: Regulation of the Fluid Shear Response by Inflammatory Mediators * A Full Spectrum of Tissue Engineered Blood Vessels: From Macroscopic to Microscopic * Engineered Functional Cartilage and Cardiac Tissue: In vitro Culture Parameters * Tissue Engineered Skeletal Muscle * Part VII. Regulatory and Clinical Issues in Tissue Engineering * From Concept Towards the Clinic: Preclinical Evaluation of Tissue Engineered Constructs * Trends in the FDA