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Biomedical Applications of Electrospinning and Electrospraying

Naresh Kasoju (Redaktør) ; Hua Ye (Redaktør)

Biomedical Applications of Electrospinning and Electrospraying describes the principles and laboratory set up for electrospinning and electrospraying, addressing a range of biomedical applications. Sections cover novel combinational approaches, such as electrospinning/spraying and 3D printing. Les mer
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Biomedical Applications of Electrospinning and Electrospraying describes the principles and laboratory set up for electrospinning and electrospraying, addressing a range of biomedical applications. Sections cover novel combinational approaches, such as electrospinning/spraying and 3D printing. Electrospinning has evolved from being a technique to prepare random networks of textile fibers to a technique to fabricate highly ordered patterns of biomedical materials of defined scale. The technological advancements in recent years with regard to the way the jet is facilitated, how the jet path is controlled, and how the fibers are collected have provided invaluable insights into controlled fabrication of a material of choice.

Additionally, the electrospray technique has also evolved from being a technique to prepare food formulations to a technique to prepare cell encapsulated beads for transplantation in clinics. Several innovations in this line, such as those leading to core-shell materials have tremendously changed the way the technique is used. Thus, a combinational approach using electrospinning, electrospraying and 3D printing has emerged.

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Part I: Electrospinning 1. Basics of electrospinning 2. How to setup electrospinning in a lab 3. Technological advances in electrospinning 4. Applications of electrospinning in tissue engineering 5. Applications of electrospinning in drug delivery 6. Applications of electrospinning in biosensing

Part II: Electrospraying 7. Basics of electrospraying 8. How to setup electrospraying in a lab 9. Technological advances in electrospraying 10. Applications of electrospraying in tissue engineering 11. Applications of electrospraying in drug delivery 12. Applications of electrospraying in biosensing

Part III: Trends in electrospinning and electrospraying 13. Combinational approaches of electrospinning and electrospraying 14. Combinational approaches of electrospinning and 3D printing 15. Combinational approaches of electrospraying and 3D printing 16. Electrospinning and electrospraying devices: from bench to bedside 17. Future of electrospinning and electrospraying

Om forfatteren

Dr. Kasoju obtained Ph.D. from Department of Biotechnology, Indian Institute of Technology, Guwahati, India in 2012, followed by post-doctoral training from Institute of Macromolecular Chemistry, Prague, Czech Republic, Department of Zoology, as well as Institute of Biomedical Engineering, University of Oxford, Oxford, UK, before joining Sree Chitra Tirunal Institute for Medical Sciences and Technology, Thiruvananthapuram, India in October 2017. His areas of research interests include fabrication of novel biomaterial structures, understanding cell - material interactions and development of tissue engineered constructs. Prof. Ye obtained DPhil in Biochemical Engineering from University of Oxford, Oxford, UK in 2005, followed by post-doctoral training from Department of Chemical Engineering, Imperial College London, UK, before joining University of Oxford, Oxford, UK in 2007. Within the broad research area of tissue engineering and stem cell technologies, Prof. Ye's specific research interests lie in three interconnected areas, i.e. in vitro cancer model, biomaterials and bioreactor for tissue engineering and stem cell expansion. Prof. Ye is a Fellow of Linacre College, University of Oxford, Oxford, UK.