Regenerative scaffolds aim to mimic the physical, chemical, mechanical, and biological cues observed in a normal tissue environment. This technology can be tailored to partially, or fully, absorb during the healing process.
With advances in materials, a better understanding of molecular level healing and tissue regeneration, and enhanced manufacturing processes, new tissue engineering strategies, such as medical grade electrospinning, seek to restore tissue function through a combination of synthetic biomaterials.
Mimicking Nature with Absorbable Polymers
Our processing capabilities allow for modification of the scaffold morphology to mimic the natural tissue structure. Chemical modifications can add active chemical moieties, and conversion techniques are customizable to support next generation scaffolding products.
Fiber size can be highly controlled to produced uniform populations of fibers on the micron and submicron size-scales.
Highly anisotropic fiber scaffolds can be produced to generate a range of properties and topographies where alignment is critical.
Additional materials can be loaded into our fibrous scaffolding to provide enhanced functionality.
Fibrous coatings can be added to a range of substrates to provide enhanced surface area to volume ratio.
With the ability to mimic topography, mechanics, and native tissue properties, our materials can be used to augment and replace damaged tissues.
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Our processing capabilities allow for modification of the scaffold morphology to mimic the natural tissue structure. Chemical modifications can add active chemical moieties, and conversion techniques are customizable to support next generation scaffolding products. Contact us today to select materials or products to support next generation scaffold design.
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