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Development of materials for regenerative medicine: from clinical need to clinical application

Danoux, Charlène, Tare, Rahul S., Smith, James, Bradley, Mark, Hunt, John A., Oreffo, Richard O.C. and Habibovic, Pamela (2013) Development of materials for regenerative medicine: from clinical need to clinical application In, de Boer, Jan and van Blitterswijk, Clemens (eds.) Materiomics: High Throughput Screening of Biomaterial Properties. Cambridge, GB, Cambridge University Press pp. 155-175.

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Given the demographic challenges of an ageing population combined with rising patient expectation and the growing emphasis placed on cost containment by healthcare providers, economic regenerative medicine approaches for regeneration of damaged and diseased organs and tissues are a major clinical and socio-economic need. The scope of this chapter is to use skeletal regeneration as the exemplar to discuss classical and high-throughput screening approaches to biomaterials development for regenerative medicine, including choice and design of materials based on clinical need, biological assessment and regulatory issues

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Published date: 31 March 2013
Organisations: Centre for Human Development, Stem Cells and Regeneration, Institute of Developmental Sciences


Local EPrints ID: 343286
ISBN: 9781107016774
PURE UUID: 39c79d6d-9791-4821-a478-16b607da4abc
ORCID for Rahul S. Tare: ORCID iD
ORCID for Richard O.C. Oreffo: ORCID iD

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Date deposited: 03 Oct 2012 08:46
Last modified: 18 Jul 2017 05:23

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Author: Charlène Danoux
Author: Rahul S. Tare ORCID iD
Author: James Smith
Author: Mark Bradley
Author: John A. Hunt
Author: Pamela Habibovic
Editor: Jan de Boer
Editor: Clemens van Blitterswijk

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