Bioinspired Polymeric Nanocomposites for Regenerative Medicine

The design and fabrication of bioinspired nanomaterials for tissue‐engineering applications requires a fundamental understanding of the interactions between polymers, nanostructures, and cells

James K. Carrow

2014

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  • The design and fabrication of bioinspired nanomaterials for tissue‐engineering applications requires a fundamental understanding of the interactions between polymers, nanostructures, and cells
  • Most biomimetic polymeric nanocomposites consist of two or more types of polymers or of polymers combined with different nanomaterials to obtain composite structures with desired properties
  • In this Talents & Trends article, the focus is on bioinspired poly­meric nanocomposites surrounding three major strategies
  • Biomimetic structures composed of a fibrous architecture are discussed
  • Some of the most critical challenges that come with the design and fabrication are highlighted in bioprinting
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