Tissue Engineering (Preprints)

Tissue engineering is an interdisciplinary field that aims to create, repair, and/or replace tissues and organs by using biomaterial scaffolds, growth factors, stem cells, and genetic engineering. Discover the latest preprints on tissue engineering here.

February 24, 2021
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Mitochondrial and metabolic remodeling in human skin fibroblasts in response to glucose availability

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C. F. CostaTeresa Cunha-Oliveira
February 11, 2021
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A versatile Tn7 transposon-based bioluminescence tagging tool for quantitative and spatial detection of bacteria in plants

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Akira MineH. Nakagami
February 11, 2021
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Niche-guided tissue patterning by chemomechanical flow lithography

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Peter L. H. NewmanH. Zreiqat
February 5, 2021
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Morphogenetic coupling leads to pattern emergence in the pre somitic mesoderm

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T. FultonBenjamin Steventon
February 5, 2021
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In vivo analysis of LEA-1 in C. elegans desiccation tolerance

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Jonathan D. Hibshman, B. Goldstein
January 27, 2021
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Axial-circular magnetic levitation assisted biofabrication and manipulation of cellular structures

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M. Anil-IneviEngin Ozcivici
January 19, 2021
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Single-cell trajectory inference guided enhancement of thyroidmaturation in vitro using TGF-beta inhibition

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M. RomittiSabine Costagliola
January 14, 2021
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Genetic engineering for in vivo optical interrogation of neuronal responses to cell type-specific silencing

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F. TerziSidney B Cambridge
January 13, 2021
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Biomaterials direct functional B cell response in a material specific manner

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E. MooreJennifer H. Elisseeff
January 11, 2021
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A bioreactor for controlled electromechanical stimulation of developing scaffold-free constructs

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S. K. Van HoutenDavid T Corr
January 7, 2021
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From Decellurization to Imaging to 3-D Printing: low-cost plant-derived 3D-printed tissue scaffolds for tissue engineering

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M. ImranFaisal F Khan
January 5, 2021
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Mechanics of the cellular microenvironment as perceived by cells in vivo

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A. MongeraOtger Campas
January 4, 2021
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Mapping the mechanical microenvironment in the ovary

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T. I. R. HopkinsIain E Dunlop
December 28, 2020
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Development of next-generation sequencing-based sterility test

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J. YueXi Zhang
December 28, 2020
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Electro-conductive carbon nanofibers containing ferrous sulfate for bone tissue engineering

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H. NekounamReza Faridi majidi
December 24, 2020
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Development of A Decellularized Meniscus Matrix-Based Nanofibrous Scaffold for Meniscus Tissue Engineering

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B. XiaSu-Jin Heo
December 22, 2020
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Functional analysis of caspase cleavable proteoforms from the Drosophila GSK-3 gene shaggy.

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D. KoronaSteven Russell

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