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Bioengineered bioscaffolds for Achilles tendinopathy treatment

Title
Bioengineered bioscaffolds for Achilles tendinopathy treatment
Funding
ARC | Linkage Projects
Contract (GA) number
LP110100581
Start Date
2011/01/01
End Date
2014/12/31
Open Access mandate
no
Organizations
-
More information
http://purl.org/au-research/grants/arc/LP110100581

 

  • In vitro Evaluation of Natural Marine Sponge Collagen as a Scaffold for Bone Tissue Engineering

    Lin, Zhen; Solomon, Kellie L.; Zhang, Xiaoling; Pavlos, Nathan J.; Abel, Tamara; Willers, Craig; Dai, Kerong; Xu, Jiake; Zheng, Qiujian; Zheng, Minghao (2011)
    Projects: ARC | Bioengineered bioscaffolds for Achilles tendinopathy treatment (LP110100581)
    The selection of a suitable scaffold matrix is critical for cell-based bone tissue engineering. This study aimed to identify and characterize natural marine sponges as potential bioscaffolds for osteogenesis. Callyspongiidae marine sponge samples were collected from the Fremantle coast of Western Australia. The sponge structure was assessed using scanning electron microscopy (SEM) and Hematoxylin and eosin. Mouse primary osteoblasts were seeded onto the sponge scaffold and immunostained with ...
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