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Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine publishes rapidly
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and short communications on topics relevant to the development
of therapeutic approaches which combine stem or progenitor cells,
biomaterials and scaffolds, growth factors and other bioactive agents,
and their respective constructs. All papers should deal with research
that has a direct or potential impact on the development of novel clinical
approaches for the regeneration or repair of tissues and organs.
TERM is a multidisciplinary journal that covers the combination of the
principles of life sciences and engineering in efforts to advance medicine
and clinical strategies. The journal focuses on the use of cells, materials,
and biochemical/mechanical factors in the development of biological
functional substitutes that restore, maintain, or improve tissue or organ
function.
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Interactions between cells and constructs
Surface modification technologies
In vitro and in vivo approaches
Controlled/sustained release strategies
Development of carrier systems
Nanotechnology and/or non-invasive approaches
Smart systems, including self-assembly materials
Cell types, manipulation of cells and bioreactors
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