Host Response to Biomaterials

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  • Author : Stephen F Badylak
  • Publisher : Academic Press
  • Pages : 460 pages
  • ISBN : 0128005009
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Host Response to Biomaterials

Host Response to Biomaterials
  • Author : Stephen F Badylak
  • Publisher : Academic Press
  • Release : 08 May 2015
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Host Response to Biomaterials: The Impact of Host Response on Biomaterial Selection explains the various categories of biomaterials and their significance for clinical applications, focusing on the host response to each biomaterial. It is one of the first books to connect immunology and biomaterials with regard to host response. The text also explores the role of the immune system in host response, and covers the regulatory environment for biomaterials, along with the benefits of synthetic versus natural biomaterials, and the

Immunomodulatory Biomaterials

Immunomodulatory Biomaterials
  • Author : Stephen F. Badylak,Jennifer Elisseeff
  • Publisher : Woodhead Publishing
  • Release : 30 July 2021
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Biomaterials have existed for millennia as mechanical replacement structures following disease or injury. Biomaterial design has changed markedly from structural support with an “inert immune profile as the primary objective to designs that elicit an integrative local tissue response and a pro-repair immune cell phenotype. Immunomodulatory Biomaterials: Regulating the Immune Response with Biomaterials to Affect Clinical Outcome offers a single, comprehensive reference on biomaterials for modulation of the host response, for materials scientists, tissue engineers and those working in regenerative

Biomaterials and Immune Response

Biomaterials and Immune Response
  • Author : Nihal Engin Vrana
  • Publisher : CRC Press
  • Release : 20 July 2018
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The interactions of the biomaterials with the host immune system is crucial for their functionality. This book aims to provide the reader with a better understanding of the role of the immune system in biomaterial applications. For this end, the book has dedicated chapters for i) explaining immune cells taking part in immune response to biomaterials/immune systems interface; ii) the effect of biomaterial shape, form and physicochemical properties on the response of immune system; iii) biofilm formation on implanted

Immunomodulatory Biomaterials to Mitigate Material induced Host Responses

Immunomodulatory Biomaterials to Mitigate Material induced Host Responses
  • Author : Yoon Kyung Kim
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release : 27 November 2021
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The foreign body response to biomaterial implants has been a major challenge in translating many medical devices into the clinic. The presence of inflammatory cells around the implanted device prevents its functional interaction with the surrounding tissue, and although some inflammation may be desirable to mediate the healing process, a persistent inflammatory response will eventually lead to device failure. Significant efforts to reduce foreign body response have been largely focused on developing hydrophilic and anti-fouling coating materials, however, simply preventing

The Immune Response to Implanted Materials and Devices

The Immune Response to Implanted Materials and Devices
  • Author : Bruna Corradetti
  • Publisher : Springer
  • Release : 30 November 2016
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This book provides a comprehensive overview of the cascade of events activated in the body following the implant of biomaterials and devices. It is one of the first books to shed light on the role of the host immune response on therapeutic efficacy, and reviews the state-of-the-art for both basic science and medical applications. The text examines advantages and disadvantages of the use of synthetic versus natural biomaterials. Particular emphasis is placed on the role of biomimicry in the development

Definitions of Biomaterials for the Twenty First Century

Definitions of Biomaterials for the Twenty First Century
  • Author : Xingdong Zhang,David Williams
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Release : 20 June 2019
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Definitions of Biomaterials for the Twenty-First Century is a review of key, critical biomaterial terms and definitions endorsed by the International Union of Societies for Biomaterials Science and Engineering. The topics and definitions discussed include those in general biomaterials and applications, biocompatibility, implantable and interventional devices, drug delivery systems, regenerative medicine and emerging biomaterials. The book reviews the discussion of these terms by leaders in the global biomaterials community and summarizes the agreed upon definitions. Provides readers with the official

Color Atlas of Tissue Response to Biomaterials

Color Atlas of Tissue Response to Biomaterials
  • Author : Mira Mohanty,A Sabareeswaran,Sulekha Baby,Caroline S Diana,Joseph Sebastian
  • Publisher : JP Medical Ltd
  • Release : 30 November 2013
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This atlas is a practical guide to the compatibility of biomaterials with different tissues in the human body. Beginning with the preparation of tissues with implants for microscopy, the following chapters describe implants in soft tissue, implants in bone, preclinical evaluation of biomaterials and medical devices, and retrieved clinical implants. In depth discussion on identifying cells in tissues and assessing responses to different biomaterials, assists with fundamental evaluation of whether a material is compatible with the tissues. The book is

Effect of Implanted Microencapsulated Xenogeneic Cells on the Recipient Immune System microform

Effect of Implanted Microencapsulated Xenogeneic Cells on the Recipient Immune System  microform
  • Author : Kim Sarah Jones
  • Publisher : National Library of Canada = Bibliothèque nationale du Canada
  • Release : 27 November 2021
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Remarkably, all such co-implants suppressed splenocyte proliferation at 10 days post-implant, though this effect disappeared by 60 days. In contrast, the antibody response was equal to or greater than that for a skin graft alone at both timepoints. Th1/2 polarization did not explain these observations, since it did not correlate with suppression of splenocyte proliferation, but rather depended on mode of xenogeneic cell delivery. Microencapsulation has potential clinical application for islet transplantation. To better understand the ongoing destructive host response, I examined

Contemporary Biomaterials

Contemporary Biomaterials
  • Author : John W. Boretos,Murray Eden
  • Publisher : William Andrew
  • Release : 27 November 1984
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This book distinguishes between biomaterials for clinical use, and medical devices or components of devices. Biomaterials are defined as substances which can be placed in intimate contact with living structures without harmful effects. They become devices (internal or external to the body) when processed or shaped to serve a specific function. Implants are a subclass of devices which need to be located inside the body to achieve their purpose.

Glycoprotein mediated Interactions of Dendritic Cells with Surfaces of Defined Chemistries

Glycoprotein mediated Interactions of Dendritic Cells with Surfaces of Defined Chemistries
  • Author : Sucharita P. Shankar
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release : 27 November 2021
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Implanted combination devices comprising both biological as well as biomaterial components may trigger non-specific inflammatory responses against the biomaterial component as well as specific immune responses against the biological component. This specific immune response may be enhanced by the biomaterial, thereby implying a biomaterial-mediated adjuvant effect, or in contrast may be mitigated by the biomaterial. Since adjuvants function by triggering dendritic cell (DC) maturation, biomaterials may regulate DC responses and hence facilitate DC-orchestrated host responses. This research work has focused

Anti inflammatory Drugs for Modulation of Host Response to Biomaterials and Application in Diabetes Therapy

Anti inflammatory Drugs for Modulation of Host Response to Biomaterials and Application in Diabetes Therapy
  • Author : Thuy Tram Dang (Ph. D.),Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Department of Chemical Engineering
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release : 27 November 2021
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Host response to implanted biomaterials and medical devices poses tremendous challenges to their clinical applications. Today, the quest to mitigate this immunological attack for improved longevity of these devices remains daunting. This thesis aims to explore the use of anti-inflammatory drugs in minimizing the host response and improve the efficacy of implantable and transplantable therapeutics. Firstly, we developed a new non-invasive in vivo imaging technique to study the activity of early immune cells in the host response to implanted biomaterials.

Using Biomaterials to Elicit an Immune Response and Trigger Tissue Regeneration

Using Biomaterials to Elicit an Immune Response and Trigger Tissue Regeneration
  • Author : Abigail Corrin Parks
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release : 27 November 2021
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Soft tissue loss can be the result of many clinical issues. An engineered injectable material to stimulate soft tissue regeneration would be an improvement for many clinical applications within tissue augmentation including dermal augmentation, periurethral bulking, and gingival augmentation. Implanted biomaterials are usually held to a standard of biocompatibility meaning that the overall goal for a biomaterial is to have it as inert as possible and to act stealthily when it comes in contact with the body. This is to

Implantation Biology

Implantation Biology
  • Author : Ralph S. Greco
  • Publisher : CRC Press
  • Release : 24 March 1994
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This new book is the first of its kind to characterize the host implant interface at both the basic science and clinical level. The book defines the interactions of various cell types with a variety of biomaterials by discussing the basic science of these interactions. This study is important because in today's world of bionics, implantable devices represent a major component of medical practice. They are associated with significant cost and substantial benefit to many patients and morbid complications for