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Are Quantitatively Micro-machined Scaffolds Effective for Cell Technology?

Shigehiro Hashimoto

Volume 11, Issue 3 , March 2020, , Pages 1-4

http://dx.doi.org/10.5185/amlett.2020.031490

Abstract
  Biological cells adsorb on the scaffold, and show activities: migration, deformation, proliferation, and differentiation. The micro morphology (close to the cell size) on the surface of the scaffold (made by the photolithography technique) is effective for several applications: the marker to trace each ...  Read More

Are Quantitatively Micro-machined Scaffolds Effective for Cell Technology?


Are the Electrospun Polymers Polymeric Fibers?

S. Fakirov

Volume 11, Issue 1 , January 2020, , Pages 1-3

http://dx.doi.org/10.5185/amlett.2020.011456

Abstract
  In this short communication, an attempt is undertaken to demonstrate that the widely used practice to call the electrospun polymers from their solutions and melts “polymer nanofibers” is hardly correct for the following reasons. The polymer fibers prepared by means of the common melt-spinning ...  Read More

Are the Electrospun Polymers Polymeric Fibers?


Fibril orientation and strength in collagen materials and adaptation to strain

Hannah C. Wells; Hanan R. Kayed; Katie H. Sizeland; Susyn J.R Kelly; Melissa M. Basil-Jones; Richard L. Edmonds; Richard G. Haverkamp

Volume 9, Issue 6 , June 2018, , Pages 411-418

http://dx.doi.org/10.5185/amlett.2018.1844

Abstract
  Collagen based soft materials are important as medical materials and as consumer products. Strength is a crucial parameter. A better understanding of the structural factors that contribute to strength is sought. Synchrotron based small angle X-ray scattering was used to characterize the collagen ...  Read More

Fibril orientation and strength in collagen materials and adaptation to strain