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Carica papaya loaded PVA-Gelatin nanofibrous scaffold: a wound dressing material

AoS. Carica papaya loaded PVA-Gelatin nanofibrous scaffold

Every year millions of people worldwide encounter mishaps that may arise from burns, surgery, accidents, or chronic diseases compromising the skin’s integrity. These incidents can either result in lifelong functional impairment of the affected part of the

A functionally-graded scaffold and bone marrow-derived mononuclear cells for osteonecrosis of the femoral head

A functionally-graded scaffold and bone marrow-derived mononuclear cells. AoS

Osteonecrosis of the femoral head (ONFH) is a debilitating disease that may progress to femoral head collapse and subsequently, degenerative arthritis. Core decompression (CD) is a commonly used joint-preserving procedure for the treatment of small to medium

Molecular transformation from monocyclic to chiral tricyclic scaffold by using organonickel catalyst

Waste-free (or -minimized) molecular transformations from chemical feedstocks to complex structures is a state of the art, as it provides a cost-effective, environmentally benign and practical route to natural products as well as active pharmaceutical candidates (API).

How maths can help grow tissues

The tissues in our bodies are in a dynamic environment due to the movement of our limbs and the flow of blood. This motion helps cells to grow as it stimulates them mechanically and also provides a

Improvement of critically sized bone fracture healing by using conductive tissue engineering scaffolds

Bone is the second most prevalent transplant tissue after blood. Healing the critically sized bone defects caused by tumor or trauma are among the major challenges for orthopedic surgeons. Although, allografts and autografts are commonly used for

Image processing as a facile method to determine pore size distribution in porous scaffold

Scaffold for tissue engineering are porous devices which allows the regeneration of living tissues such as bone, cartilage or other tissues. Some studies demonstrated that the regenerative properties of the scaffold are strongly dependent both on the