Hyaluronic-Acid Based Hydrogels as a Novel Bioscaffold for Cell Encapsulation and Angiogenic Growth Factor Delivery onto Moving Tissue and Organs.

Elia, Roberto.


  • Abstract: A series of experiments were carried out to address the lack in therapeutic cell/drug delivery devices capable of targeting moving tissues and organs. First the in vivo angiogenic response to dual growth factor delivery by an in situ polymerizing hyaluronic acid hydrogel was investigated via direct elicited microvessel counts. Second a HA-silk biocomposite was fabricated, physically ... read more
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