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Computer-Aided Tissue Engineering [electronic resource] / edited by Michael A.K. Liebschner.

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Totowa, NJ : Humana Press : Imprint: Humana Press, 2012.
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1 online resource (XI, 360 pages) : 203 illustrations, 114 illustrations in color.
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Methods in Molecular Biology, Methods and Protocols, 1064-3745 ; 868
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Methods in Molecular Biology, Methods and Protocols, 1064-3745 ; 868
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Chemistry.
Biotechnology.
Biomedical engineering.
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Summary:
The recent revolution in the biological sciences and bioengineering, along with the advancements of modern design and manufacturing, biomaterials, biology, and biomedicine, have brought about the new field of computer-aided tissue engineering.  Advances in this fascinating new area of study encompass broad applications in large-scale tissue engineering fabrication, artificial organs, orthopaedic implants, and biological chips.  Computer-Aided Tissue Engineering highlights the interdisciplinary nature of this topic and reviews the current state of computer-aided three-dimensional tissue modeling, tissue classification, and tissue fabrication and implantation. Particular focus is placed on rapid prototyping and direct digital fabrication for cell and organs, construction of tissue analogs, and precursors to 3D tissue scaffolds.  Written for the highly successful Methods in Molecular Biology™ series, this work provides the kind of detailed description and implementation advice that is crucial for getting optimal results.   Current and practical, Computer-Aided Tissue Engineering provides a coherent framework for researchers interested in these vital technologies and for clinicians who plan to implement them.
Contents:
Computer-Aided Tissue Engineering: Benefiting from the Control Over Scaffold Micro-Architecture
Computer-Aided Approach for Customized Cell-Based Defect Reconstruction
A Novel Bone Scaffold Design Approach Based on Shape Function and All-Hexahedral Mesh Refinement
Rapid Prototyping Composite and Complex Scaffolds with PAM2
Scaffold Pore Space Modulation Through Intelligent Design of Dissolvable Micro-Particles
Scaffold Informatics and Biomimetic Design: Three-Dimensional Medical Reconstruction
The Development of Computer-Aided System for Tissue Scaffolds (CASTS) System for Functionally Graded Tissue-Engineering Scaffolds
Computer-Designed Nano-Fibrous Scaffolds
A Neural Network Technique for Re-Meshing of Bone Micro-Structure
Using the Taguchi Method to Obtain More Finesse to the Biodegradable Fibers
Numerical Modeling in the Design and Evaluation of Scaffolds for Orthopaedic Applications
Structural and Vascular Analysis of Tissue Engineering Scaffolds, Part 1: : Numerical Fluid Analysis
Vascular and Structural Analysis of Tissue Engineering Scaffolds, Part 2: Topology Optimization
Modeling of Bioreactor Hydrodynamic Environment and Its Effects on Tissue Growth
Recent Advances in 3D Printing of Tissue Engineering Scaffolds
Graft-Artery Junctions: Design Optimization and CAD Development
Projection Printing of 3-Dimensional Tissue Scaffolds
Laser Sintering for the Fabrication of Tissue Engineering Scaffolds
Three-Dimensional Microfabrication by Two-Photon Polymerization Technique
Direct Fabrication as a Patient Targeted Therapeutic in a Clinical Environment
Microstereolithography-Based Computer-Aided Manufacturing for Tissue Engineering.
Contributor:
Liebschner, Michael A.K. editor.
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ISBN:
9781617797644
Publisher Number:
10.1007/978-1-61779-764-4 doi
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