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In vitro evaluation of the biocompatibility of nanofibrous yarns from an oxidative stress perspective - BIOXYARN

Principal investigator

Category
H2020
Area
MSCA IF
Department
ZMM
Start date
Dec 1st 2015
End date
Nov 30th 2017
Status
Done
Finance value
170010 EUR

Fibres and textiles have been used as biomaterials for thousands of years, mainly as sutures and in dressings for wound care. Recently, it has become of increasing interest to use fibres as implantable materials to support the repair of damaged tissues and organs. In particular, the emergence of nanoscale electrospun fibres has allowed the fabrication of scaffolds that mimic the architecture of native biological tissues.

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