In Situ Tissue Regeneration

In Situ Tissue Regeneration : Host Cell Recruitment and Biomaterial Design

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In Situ Tissue Regeneration: Host Cell Recruitment and Biomaterial Design explores the body's ability to mobilize endogenous stem cells to the site of injury and details the latest strategies developed for inducing and supporting the body's own regenerating capacity. From the perspective of regenerative medicine and tissue engineering, this book describes the mechanism of host cell recruitment, cell sourcing, cellular and molecular roles in cell differentiation, navigational cues and niche signals, and a tissue-specific smart biomaterial system that can be applied to a wide range of therapies. The work is divided into four sections to provide a thorough overview and helpful hints for future discoveries: endogenous cell sources; biochemical and physical cues; smart biomaterial development; and applications.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 458 pages
  • 216 x 276 x 22.86mm | 840g
  • Academic Press Inc
  • San Diego, United States
  • English
  • c. 150 illustrations; Illustrations, unspecified
  • 0128022256
  • 9780128022252

Table of contents

1. Fundamentals of In Situ Tissue Regeneration Sang Jin Lee, James J. Yoo and Antony Atala 2. Stem Cell Homing Mariusz Z. Ratajczak and Ahmed A. Ismail 3. Immunology - Host Responses to Biomaterials John D. Jackson

4. Foreign Body Reaction and Stem Cell Responses Ashwin Nair and Liping Tang

5. Roles of endogenous growth factors and small peptides in in situ tissue regeneration Suna Kim, Hyun Sook Hong and Youngsook Son

6. Small molecules: Controlling cell fate and function Baisong Lu and Anthony Atala

7. Small RNA Delivery for In Situ Tissue Regeneration NaJung Kim, James J. Yoo, Anthony Atala, and Sang Jin Lee 8. Micro and Nano Topographical cues guiding biomaterial host response Deepak M. Kalaskar and Feras Alshomer

9. Mechanobiology and Mechanotherapy in Tissue Engineering Rei Ogawa

10. A biomimetic strategy to design biomaterials for in situ tissue regeneration Ji Hyun Kim and Sang Jin Lee

11. Impact of Matrix Dynamic Properties on Stem Cell Viability Marc B. Taraban1, Yuqi Li, Katherine A. Joyner, Joseph P. Stains and Yihua B. Yu

12. Cell-free Scaffolds for In situ Tissue Regeneration Seung Hun Park, Bo Keun Lee, James Yoo, Sang Jin Lee and Moon Suk Kim

13. In Situ Tissue Regeneration: Host Cell Recruitment and Biomaterial Design T. Konrad Rajab and Harald Ott

14. Synovial Joint: In Situ Regeneration of Osteochondral and Fibrocartilaginous Tissues by Homing of Endogenous Cells Solaiman Tarafder and Chang H. Lee

15. Bioengineered strategies for tendon regeneration Ana I. Goncalves, Marcia T. Rodrigues, Rui L. Reis and Manuela E. Gomes

16. Volumetric Muscle Repair In Situ Lindsey E. Shapiroa, Ji Hyun Kima, In Kap Ko, Sang Jin Lee, James J. Yoo and Anthony Atalaa

17. Mending The Heart Through In Situ Cardiac Regeneration Jeremy Choon Meng Teo, Selwa Mokhtar Boularaoui, Noaf Salah Ali AlWahab and Nicolas Christoforou

18. Skin Wound Healing - Skin Regeneration with Pharmacological Mobilized Stem Cells Zhaoli Sun and George Melville Williams

19. In situ renal regeneration Hung-Jen Wang, Sang Jin Lee, Anthony Atala and James J. Yoo

20. Regulatory Aspects: regulation aspects of cell-free biomaterial implants Nan Zhang, Alexander Baume, Richard Payne, Julie Allickson

21. Business Perspective - case study: commercialized cell-free cardiovascular implant Alexander Sheehy, Byron Lambert and Richard Rapoza
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About James J. Yoo

Assistant Professor, Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine, Winston-Salem, North Carolina The Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine was the first in the world to engineer and successfully implant an engineered organ in the lab -- bladders. As Director of the Institute, Dr. Atala oversees scientists working on therapies for more than 30 areas of the body, from heart valves and muscle tissue to livers and kidneys. Atala has received the Christopher Columbus Foundation Award, given to a living American who is currently working on a discovery that will significantly affect society. He is listed in Best Doctors in America. Professor, Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine, Winston-Salem, NC
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