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Textile manufacturing inspires regenerative medicine

AATB SmartBrief | Apr 13, 2016

Researchers at the University of Missouri are using a combination of textile manufacturing methods called carding and meltblowing to create human tissue. The researchers used the combined process to create a cellular scaffold made of polylactic acid to hold stem cell-embedded collagen fillers. Stem cells stayed healthy for at least three weeks, and the method might be more economical than electrospinning, researchers reported in the journal Biomedical Materials. United Press International (04/07)


Trial for synthetic cornea could begin in UK next year

AATB SmartBrief | Apr 27, 2016

OSHA and CDC call for Zika prevention efforts in workplace

AATB SmartBrief | Apr 27, 2016

French study tracks corneal graft survival over 3 decades

AATB SmartBrief | Apr 06, 2016

High survival rate found for osteochondral allografts

AATB SmartBrief | Apr 20, 2016

Utah governor approves tissue, organ donor policy

AATB SmartBrief | Apr 13, 2016

Researchers link muscle tissue regeneration to immune cell response

AATB SmartBrief | Apr 20, 2016

Neb. Organ Recovery to conduct outreach at bull sale

AATB SmartBrief | Apr 06, 2016

Study evaluates use of Cerapedics bone graft for cervical spinal fusion

AATB SmartBrief | Apr 13, 2016

Financing round brings in $5.75M for Bone Biologics

AATB SmartBrief | Apr 27, 2016


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