Injectable Hydrogels for 3D Bioprinting
Overview of Injectable Hydrogels for 3D Bioprinting and Tissue Regeneration
Introduction to Hydrogel Synthesis and Crosslinking Methods for Developing Bioinks for 3D Bioprinting
Self-assembling Hydrogels Based on Natural Building Blocks
Injectable Biopolymer Hydrogels for Regenerative Medicine
Introduction to 3D Bioprinting of Injectable Hydrogels
Hydrogel Processing Techniques and Vascular Tissue Engineering
Interface (Cell, Gel, Surface) and Biocompatibility in Gel Processing
Bioprinting Hydrogels and Tissue Engineering
3D Bioprinting Hydrogel for Hard Tissue Regeneration
3D-bioprinting for Engineering Complex Tissues and Vascularization
Application of Natural Hydrogels for Cell Therapy: Focus on Osteoarthritis
Clinical Application and Regulation of Bioprinting Biomaterials Focusing on Hydrogels
Status for Commercialization of FDA-approved Hydrogels and Their Intellectual Properties
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About this book
Hydrogels represent one of the cornerstones in tissue engineering and regenerative medicine, due to their biocompatibility and physiologically relevant properties. These inherent characteristics mean that they can be widely exploited as bioinks in 3D bioprinting for tissue engineering applications as well as injectable gels for cell therapy and drug delivery purposes. The research in these fields is booming and this book provides the reader with a terrific introduction to the burgeoning field of injectable hydrogel design, bioprinting and tissue engineering.
Edited by three leaders in the field, users of this book will learn about different classes of hydrogels, properties and synthesis strategies to produce bioinks. A section devoted to the key processing and design challenges at the hydrogel/3D bioprinting/tissue interface is also covered. The final section of the book closes with pertinent clinical applications.
Tightly edited, the reader will find this book to be a coherent resource to learn from. It will appeal to those working across biomaterials science, chemical and biomedical engineering, tissue engineering and regenerative medicine.