Application of Cell Electrospinning in Regenerative Medicine

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Electrospinning is one of the methods that can be used to create nanofibers, and it is also one of the most versatile processes for synthesizing nanofibers. Depending on how closely their morphologies mirror the extracellular matrix of the body, some products may be ideal for use in tissue engineering applications. With the use of this technique, researchers were able to investigate the possibility of directly producing fibers from a cell solution that included a diverse range of cells. When it comes to bioink, natural biomaterials are significantly superior to synthetic polymers. The purpose of tissue engineering is to produce new organs and tissues that can be used in the therapeutic regeneration of individuals who have been injured. The building blocks of a tissue engineering structure are biomaterial scaffolds that have been functionally oriented, with cell cultures growing on top of them. Electrospun fibers differentiate themselves from other scaffolds used in tissue engineering because of their simplicity in manufacturing and their structural resemblance to the extracellular matrix.

Jentashapir Journal of Cellular and Molecular Biology, Volume:14 Issue: 4, Dec 2023
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