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In vivo study of human mandibular distraction osteogenesis. Part II: Determination of callus mechanical properties

Anne-Sophie Bonnet, Guillaume Dubois, Paul Lipinski, Thomas Schouman
2013 Acta of Bioengineering and Biomechanics  
An average value of 0.35 MPa for the regenerate Young's modulus was deduced. The elastic properties of mesenchymal tissue found are in agreement with the rare data available in the literature.  ...  The time-dependent character of the bone regenerate mechanical behavior was confirmed. The viscous response of the mesenchymal tissue was described by two characteristic times.  ...  As indicated in Table 2 , Young's modulus of the callus deduced from the records increased in function of the post-operative day from 0.14 MPa for the first activation (post-operative day 7) to 0.55 MPa  ... 
pmid:23957392 fatcat:c3p3buai65hltouvlbnhbkll7q

Local vascularized flaps for augmentation of reinke's space

Seth H. Dailey, McLean Gunderson, Roger Chan, Jose Torrealba, Miwako Kimura, Nathan V. Welham
2011 The Laryngoscope  
The vocal fold lamina propria of four larynges-two TAP and two CTAP-underwent rheologic evaluation using a simple-shear rheometer.  ...  Objectives/Hypothesis-The purpose of this study is to describe and test a novel surgical strategy for augmentation of Reinke's space using vascularized flaps: a thyroid ala perichondrium flap (TAP) and  ...  Acknowledgments The authors gratefully acknowledge the generous assistance of Dr. Songhee Choi for photographic support, Dr. W.  ... 
doi:10.1002/lary.21186 pmid:21271606 pmcid:PMC3168540 fatcat:3p3e4heatzc4lfweer3pg3lohm

The 3 R's for Platelet-Rich Fibrin: A "Super" Tri-Dimensional Biomaterial for Contemporary Naturally-Guided Oro-Maxillo-Facial Soft and Hard Tissue Repair, Reconstruction and Regeneration

Consuelo Zumarán, Marcelo Parra, Sergio Olate, Eduardo Fernández, Francisco Muñoz, Ziyad Haidar
2018 Materials  
Accordingly, reports often associate autologous PRFs with early bone formation and maturation; accelerated soft-tissue healing; and reduced post-surgical edema, pain, and discomfort.  ...  An advanced and original tool in regenerative dentistry, PRFs present a strong alternative and presumably cost-effective biomaterial for oro-maxillo-facial tissue (soft and hard) repair and regeneration  ...  The corresponding authors wishes to dedicate a special thanks to Maryam Tabrizian for the kind invitation to contribute to this Special Issue, celebrating the 10th Anniversary of "Materials" journal and  ... 
doi:10.3390/ma11081293 pmid:30050009 fatcat:po27736kobforkuqicznrmynum

Additive Manufacturing Approaches for Hydroxyapatite‐Reinforced Composites

Mario Milazzo, Nicola Contessi Negrini, Stefania Scialla, Benedetto Marelli, Silvia Farè, Serena Danti, Markus J. Buehler
2019 Advanced Functional Materials  
Here we review applications of AM techniques to process HA-reinforced composites and biocomposites for the production of scaffolds with biological matrices, including cellular tissues.  ...  The primary outcomes of recent investigations in terms of morphological, structural, and in vitro and in vivo biological properties of the materials are discussed.  ...  However, due to the procedures needed for processing such materials, it has been shown that cells must be seeded at completed fabrication process of the scaffold to assure a sufficient biological viability  ... 
doi:10.1002/adfm.201903055 fatcat:3yrhlawvlvckrh3unl52niyhmi

Recent development on computer aided tissue engineering — a review

Wei Sun, Pallavi Lal
2002 Computer Methods and Programs in Biomedicine  
The utilization of computer-aided technologies in tissue engineering has evolved in the development of a new field of computer-aided tissue engineering (CATE).  ...  tissue classification, computer-aided tissue implantation and prototype modeling assisted surgical planning and reconstruction.  ...  The key for soft tissue modeling is to model the deformability of soft tissue under the influence of neighboring structures or surgical instruments.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0169-2607(01)00116-x pmid:11809316 fatcat:p7ksftzq7jfpxfmpcoq7vf4pwu

Engineering Immunomodulatory Biomaterials for Regenerating the Infarcted Myocardium

Nora Bloise, Isobel Rountree, Collin Polucha, Giulia Montagna, Livia Visai, Kareen L. K. Coulombe, Fabiola Munarin
2020 Frontiers in Bioengineering and Biotechnology  
Coronary artery disease is a severe ischemic condition characterized by the reduction of blood flow in the arteries of the heart that results in the dysfunction and death of cardiac tissue.  ...  in the ischemic tissue.  ...  FUNDING ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The authors are grateful to Prof. Anubhav Tripathi (Brown University) for support with rheological assessment of alginate hydrogels, P.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fbioe.2020.00292 pmid:32318563 pmcid:PMC7154131 fatcat:h25v4ktjqfhlhjbqdsvfqyjfhi

Evidence-Based Clinical Efficacy of Leukocyte and Platelet-Rich Fibrin in Maxillary Sinus Floor Lift, Graft and Surgical Augmentation Procedures

Mohamadamin Damsaz, Consuelo Zumarán Castagnoli, Majid Eshghpour, Daryouosh Hamidi Alamdari, Aida Hamidi Alamdari, Ziad Eva Fouad Noujeim, Ziyad Samir Haidar
2020 Frontiers in Surgery  
patient, immediately pre-surgery.  ...  More studies are eagerly awaited in order to prove the beneficial or detrimental effects of PRFs, in general and L-PRFs, in specific; especially in their tissue regenerative potential pertaining to the  ...  para la Innovación #18COTE-89695 (the bioFLOSS project; 2018-2021).  ... 
doi:10.3389/fsurg.2020.537138 pmid:33330603 pmcid:PMC7732646 fatcat:quvl5c4sszarnkm7546ixkgy3q

Stress relaxation in epithelial monolayers is controlled by actomyosin [article]

Nargess Khalilgharibi, Jonathan Fouchard, Nina Asadipour, Amina Yonis, Andrew Harris, Payman Mosaffa, Yasuyuki Fujita, Alexandre Kabla, Buzz Baum, Jose J Munoz, Mark Miodownik, Guillaume Charras
2018 bioRxiv   pre-print
These findings have far-reaching consequences for our understanding of developmental morphogenesis and tissue response to mechanical stress.  ...  Together, these data show actomyosin cytoskeletal dynamics govern the rheological properties of monolayers by enabling active, ATP-dependent changes in the resting length.  ...  Acknowledgements The authors wish to acknowledge present and past members of the Charras, Baum, Kabla, and Muñoz labs for stimulating discussions.  ... 
doi:10.1101/302158 fatcat:uvpilzcxmfdkrf5s5zhbyj7gaq

Physicochemical Characteristics of Gradual Fractionation Ingredients of Industrial Galactomannan Gums from Gleditsia microphylla and Cyamopsis tetragonoloba

Yu-dong Liu, Jian-xiong Xing, Juan-han Liu, Jing-huan Chen, Kun Wang, Jian-xin Jiang, Runcang Sun
2016 BioResources  
In terms of G. microphylla gum, the precipitation in 30% EtOH solution achieved the highest yield, M/G ratio, and molecular weight value, and it exhibited the best rheological property of all the samples  ...  The hydrogel with the addition of this sample also had the best mechanical properties despite its lower hydroscopicity than the blank hydrogel.  ...  This method has wider biological applications, taking into account the purity, thermal stability, rheological parameters, cost, and simplicity of the procedure.  ... 
doi:10.15376/biores.11.3.7046-7060 fatcat:lokt3wsgbfg7bgricxazgz7pz4

An Effective Translation: The Development of Hyaluronan-Based Medical Products From the Physicochemical, and Preclinical Aspects

Gloria Huerta-Ángeles, Kristina Nešporová, Gabriela Ambrožová, Lukas Kubala, Vladimir Velebný
2018 Frontiers in Bioengineering and Biotechnology  
Approved medical devices containing-HA are illustrated to identify key parameters.  ...  and safety of the final device.  ...  procedures, evaluation and observations of the above-mentioned parameters, statistical analysis) and final evaluation.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fbioe.2018.00062 pmid:29868577 pmcid:PMC5966713 fatcat:3cvuav7j6jeofltr5lydwqpcjm

Hyaluronic Acid in the Intestinal Tract: Influence of Structure, Rheology, and Mucoadhesion on the Intestinal Uptake in Rats

Alexandro Barbosa de Souza, Marco Vinícius Chaud, Thais Francine Alves, Juliana Ferreira de Souza, Maria Helena Andrade Santana
2020 Biomolecules  
We conclude that the n-HA formulations are promising for targeting other tissues, while formulations of f-HA (intermediate MM) and mixed-HA are better for treating dysbiosis.  ...  In vivo results showed that, except for high MM f-HA, there is an inverse relationship between rheological changes in the intestinal membrane macerates resulting from mucoadhesion and the effective intestinal  ...  However, the reported studies were generally qualitative, based on fluorescent methods for the identification of HA in tissues.  ... 
doi:10.3390/biom10101422 pmid:33050089 fatcat:ooj4t6t6drhetj3xnm7vaudzfe

Viscoelasticity Imaging of Biological Tissues and Single Cells Using Shear Wave Propagation

Hongliang Li, Guillaume Flé, Manish Bhatt, Zhen Qu, Sajad Ghazavi, Ladan Yazdani, Guillaume Bosio, Iman Rafati, Guy Cloutier
2021 Frontiers in Physics  
Changes in biomechanical properties of biological soft tissues are often associated with physiological dysfunctions.  ...  Since biological soft tissues are hydrated, viscoelasticity is likely suitable to represent its solid-like behavior using elasticity and fluid-like behavior using viscosity.  ...  Towards a Consensus on Rheological Models for Elastography in Soft Tissues.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fphy.2021.666192 fatcat:qvn4pciaxbdbfhynp4spzszrii

Translational prospects of untethered medical microrobots

Hakan Ceylan, Immihan C Yasa, Ugur Kilic, Wenqi Hu, Metin Sitti
2019 Progress in Biomedical Engineering  
The exponential recent progress of the field at the preclinical level raises anticipations for their near-future clinical prospects.  ...  The blueprint of a medical microrobot needs to take account of microrobot shape, material composition, manufacturing technique, permeation of biological barriers, deployment strategy, actuation and control  ...  Figure 2 . 2 Potential biological barriers for operation and functioning of a microrobot.  ... 
doi:10.1088/2516-1091/ab22d5 fatcat:7h5zv7vcwndhhcj5rlaqovm2tu

Scientific Opinion on the public health risks related to mechanically separated meat (MSM) derived from poultry and swine

2013 EFSA Journal  
This causes abrasion of bone particles, extrusion of soft tissues (bone marrow, connective tissue), and modification of muscle structure.  ...  Generally, the procedure may provide: Qualitative results, assessing only the presence (or absence) of distinct tissues in the sample.  ...  Low pressure MSM: MSM produced using techniques that do not alter the structure of the bones used in the production of MSM and the calcium content of which is not significantly higher than that of minced  ... 
doi:10.2903/j.efsa.2013.3137 fatcat:off6ettmcfdcnampbsb2u6tddq

An Imidazolium-Based Supramolecular Gelator Enhancing Interlayer Adhesion in 3D Printed Dual Network Hydrogels

Zuoxin Zhou, Mario Samperi, Lea Santu, Glenieliz Dizon, Shereen Aboarkaba, David Limón, David Limón, Christopher Tuck, Lluïsa Pérez-García, Derek J. Irvine, David B. Amabilino, Ricky Wildman
2021 Materials & design  
D.B.A thanks the EPSRC (project EP/M005178/1) and the School of Chemistry at the University of Nottingham for funding.  ...  We thank The Nanoscale and Microscale Research Centre (nmRC) at the University of Nottingham for facilitating the SEM imaging.  ...  by rheological assessment; (3) optimisation of 3D printing and post-processing curing parameter; (4) evaluation of the effects of supramolecular network on the isotropy of 3D printed structures.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.matdes.2021.109792 fatcat:jxlzzuhfjvgl5nl4lpv23sjzu4
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