Surface functionalization of artificial polymeric biomaterials has been extensively studied as a useful strategy to improve material biointegration, promoting cell adhesion, proliferation and differentiation, without altering the main bulk properties of the material [1,2]. Electrospun nanofibrous scaffolds made of poly(L-lactic acid) (PLLA), mimicking the fibrillar arrangement of the extracellular matrix, have been widely used in tissue engineering applications. In this work the effect of atmospheric pressure non-thermal plasma surface functionalization of PLLA electrospun scaffold is investigated.

Surface modification of poly(L-lactic acid) electrospun scaffold by atmospheric plasma: scaffold properties and fibroblast morphological response / ML Focarete; LS Dolci; SD Quiroga; M Gherardi; R Laurita; A Liguori; E Ghedini; P Sanibondi;A Fiorani; L Calzà; V Colombo;. - In: EUROPEAN CELLS & MATERIALS. - ISSN 1473-2262. - ELETTRONICO. - 26:(2013), pp. 63-63. (Intervento presentato al convegno 4th International Symposium on Surfaces and Interfaces for Biomaterials tenutosi a Rome, Italy nel 24-28th September 2013).

Surface modification of poly(L-lactic acid) electrospun scaffold by atmospheric plasma: scaffold properties and fibroblast morphological response

FOCARETE, MARIA LETIZIA;DOLCI, LUISA STELLA;GHERARDI, MATTEO;LAURITA, ROMOLO;LIGUORI, ANNA;GHEDINI, EMANUELE;SANIBONDI, PAOLO;FIORANI, ANDREA;CALZA', LAURA;COLOMBO, VITTORIO
2013

Abstract

Surface functionalization of artificial polymeric biomaterials has been extensively studied as a useful strategy to improve material biointegration, promoting cell adhesion, proliferation and differentiation, without altering the main bulk properties of the material [1,2]. Electrospun nanofibrous scaffolds made of poly(L-lactic acid) (PLLA), mimicking the fibrillar arrangement of the extracellular matrix, have been widely used in tissue engineering applications. In this work the effect of atmospheric pressure non-thermal plasma surface functionalization of PLLA electrospun scaffold is investigated.
2013
Special issue eCM ¬- 4th International Symposium on Surfaces and Interfaces for Biomaterials
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Surface modification of poly(L-lactic acid) electrospun scaffold by atmospheric plasma: scaffold properties and fibroblast morphological response / ML Focarete; LS Dolci; SD Quiroga; M Gherardi; R Laurita; A Liguori; E Ghedini; P Sanibondi;A Fiorani; L Calzà; V Colombo;. - In: EUROPEAN CELLS & MATERIALS. - ISSN 1473-2262. - ELETTRONICO. - 26:(2013), pp. 63-63. (Intervento presentato al convegno 4th International Symposium on Surfaces and Interfaces for Biomaterials tenutosi a Rome, Italy nel 24-28th September 2013).
ML Focarete; LS Dolci; SD Quiroga; M Gherardi; R Laurita; A Liguori; E Ghedini; P Sanibondi;A Fiorani; L Calzà; V Colombo;
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