3D nano/microfabrication techniques and nanobiomaterials for neural tissue regeneration

Written by Nanomedicine

In this Review exclusively free for members, Wei Zhu et al. (The George Washington University, Washington, DC, USA) review 3D nano/microstructured neural scaffolds via electrospinning, including emerging 3D printing techniques. At present there are no effective strategies to improve neural regeneration, but generating conduits or scaffold to support neural regeneration looks promising for supporting nerve grafts. In this Review from Nanomedicine, Wei Zhu et al. from The George Washington University (Washington, DC, USA) discuss nanotechnology, including some 3D printing techniques, as a tool to create biomimetic nanostructured tissue-engineered neural scaffolds to support neural tissue regeneration. Zhu W, O’Brien C, O’Brien...

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