bioinspired polymers, biomedical engineering, tissue engineering, regenerative medicine, biomedicine
Bioinspired polymers have emerged as a promising field in biomaterials research, offering innovative solutions for various applications in biomedical engineering. This manuscript provides an overview of the advancements and potential of bioinspired polymers in tissue engineering, regenerative medicine, and biomedicine. The manuscript discusses their role in enhancing mechanical properties, mimicking the extracellular matrix, incorporating hydrophobic particles for self-healing abilities, and improving stability. Additionally, it explores their applications in antibacterial properties, optical and sensing applications, cancer therapy, and wound healing. The manuscript emphasizes the significance of bioinspired polymers in expanding biomedical applications, addressing healthcare challenges, and improving outcomes. By highlighting these achievements, this manuscript highlights the transformative impact of bioinspired polymers in biomedical engineering and sets the stage for further research and development in the field.
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Omidian, Hossein; Wilson, Renae L.; and Babanejad, Niloofar, "Bioinspired Polymers: Transformative Applications in Biomedicine and Regenerative Medicine." (2023). HPD Articles. 268.
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