Axonal Regeneration and Myelination: Applicabilityof the Layer-by-Layer Technology

Chun Liu, Ryan Pyne, Seungik Baek, Jeffrey Sakamoto, Mark H. Tuszynski, Christina Chan

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    Abstract

    Developing scaffolds with strong regenerative and cell-supporting capabilities is central to nerve tissue engineering for spinal cord injury (SCI) repair. Due to their technological ease and flexibility in structure and components, layer-by-layer (LbL) technology could provide functional coatings that possess adhesive properties, axon guidance, and control drug release capabilities. These advantages enable LbL self-assembled films to be integrated into transplantable scaffolds to provide a robust and versatile platform for promoting cell adhesion and delivering drugs for SCI repair.

    LanguageEnglish (US)
    Title of host publicationLayer-by-Layer Films for Biomedical Applications
    Publisherwiley
    Pages525-546
    Number of pages22
    ISBN (Electronic)9783527675869
    ISBN (Print)9783527335893
    DOIs
    StatePublished - Jan 30 2015

    Profile

    Scaffolds
    Repair
    Pharmaceutical Preparations
    Cell adhesion
    Tissue engineering
    Adhesives
    Coatings
    Axons

    Keywords

    • Axonal regeneration
    • LbL technique
    • Myelination
    • Remyelination
    • Spinal cord injury

    ASJC Scopus subject areas

    • Engineering(all)
    • Materials Science(all)

    Cite this

    Liu, C., Pyne, R., Baek, S., Sakamoto, J., Tuszynski, M. H., & Chan, C. (2015). Axonal Regeneration and Myelination: Applicabilityof the Layer-by-Layer Technology. In Layer-by-Layer Films for Biomedical Applications (pp. 525-546). wiley. DOI: 10.1002/9783527675869.ch24

    Axonal Regeneration and Myelination : Applicabilityof the Layer-by-Layer Technology. / Liu, Chun; Pyne, Ryan; Baek, Seungik; Sakamoto, Jeffrey; Tuszynski, Mark H.; Chan, Christina.

    Layer-by-Layer Films for Biomedical Applications. wiley, 2015. p. 525-546.

    Research output: ResearchChapter

    Liu, C, Pyne, R, Baek, S, Sakamoto, J, Tuszynski, MH & Chan, C 2015, Axonal Regeneration and Myelination: Applicabilityof the Layer-by-Layer Technology. in Layer-by-Layer Films for Biomedical Applications. wiley, pp. 525-546. DOI: 10.1002/9783527675869.ch24
    Liu C, Pyne R, Baek S, Sakamoto J, Tuszynski MH, Chan C. Axonal Regeneration and Myelination: Applicabilityof the Layer-by-Layer Technology. In Layer-by-Layer Films for Biomedical Applications. wiley. 2015. p. 525-546. Available from, DOI: 10.1002/9783527675869.ch24
    Liu, Chun ; Pyne, Ryan ; Baek, Seungik ; Sakamoto, Jeffrey ; Tuszynski, Mark H. ; Chan, Christina. / Axonal Regeneration and Myelination : Applicabilityof the Layer-by-Layer Technology. Layer-by-Layer Films for Biomedical Applications. wiley, 2015. pp. 525-546
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