Front Cover Picture - Cell Scaffolds: Electrospun Photocrosslinkable Hydrogel Fibrous Scaffolds for Rapid In Vivo Vascularized Skin Flap Regeneration (Adv. Funct. Mater. 2/2017)

Xiaoming Sun, Qi Lang, Hongbo Zhang, Liying Cheng, Ying Zhang, Guoqing Pan, Xin Zhao, Huilin Yang, Yuguang Zhang, Helder Almeida Santos, Wenguo Cui

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Abstract

Electrospun hydrogel fibrous scaffolds based on photocrosslinkable gelatin exhibit not only hydrogel properties, but maintain a micro three-dimensional (3D) space structure, as presented by Y. Zhang, H. A. Santos, W. Cui, and co-workers on page 1604617. The structure surpasses conventional hydrogels in promotion of 3D cell growth on and migration into the scaffolds and vascularization, and is good for repairing random skin flaps.
Original languageEnglish
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 12 Jan 2017
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Fields of Science

  • 221 Nano-technology
  • 318 Medical biotechnology

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Sun, Xiaoming (Author) ; Lang, Qi (Author) ; Zhang, Hongbo (Author) ; Cheng, Liying (Author) ; Zhang, Ying (Author) ; Pan, Guoqing (Author) ; Zhao, Xin (Author) ; Yang, Huilin (Author) ; Zhang, Yuguang (Author) ; Almeida Santos, Helder (Author) ; Cui, Wenguo (Author). / Front Cover Picture - Cell Scaffolds: Electrospun Photocrosslinkable Hydrogel Fibrous Scaffolds for Rapid In Vivo Vascularized Skin Flap Regeneration (Adv. Funct. Mater. 2/2017). [Digital or Visual Products].
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