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  1. In this study, cytotoxicity of various novel poly(alkylpehnol) derivatives which, one of constituent for vulcanizing agent, could be adjusted in medical elastic rubber applications were investigated under vari...

    Authors: Joon Woo Chon, Ji Yun Lee, Yoon Ju Song, Jin Hwan Kim and Dong June Chung
    Citation: Biomaterials Research 2016 20:35
  2. Mechanical properties and cyto-compatibility of a composite scaffold which possessed negative (−) Poisson’s ratio (NPR) was investigated for effective load transfer from auxetic scaffold to cell.

    Authors: Hong Jin Choi, Jun Jae Lee, Jung Bok Lee, Hak-Joon Sung, Jung-Woog Shin, Ji Won Shin, Yanru Wu and Jeong Koo Kim
    Citation: Biomaterials Research 2016 20:32
  3. Auxetic scaffolds (experimental) was fabricated by using poly(D, L-lactic-co-glycolic acid), 50:50, (PLGA) for effective bone cell proliferation with mechanical stimulation.

    Authors: Hong Jin Choi, Jun Jae Lee, Yeong Jun Park, Jung-Woog Shin, Hak-Joon Sung, Ji Won Shin, Yanru Wu and Jeong Koo Kim
    Citation: Biomaterials Research 2016 20:33
  4. Dityrosine crosslinking in proteins is a bioinspired method of forming hydrogels. This study compares oxidative enzyme initiators for their relative crosslinking efficiency and cytocompatibility using the same...

    Authors: Justine J. Roberts, Pratibha Naudiyal, Khoon S. Lim, Laura A. Poole-Warren and Penny J. Martens
    Citation: Biomaterials Research 2016 20:30
  5. Hydrogels that possess hydrophilic and soft characteristics have been widely used in various biomedical applications, such as tissue engineering scaffolds and drug delivery. Conventional hydrogels are not elec...

    Authors: Jongcheol Yang, Goeun Choe, Sumi Yang, Hyerim Jo and Jae Young Lee
    Citation: Biomaterials Research 2016 20:31
  6. Cell penetrating peptides (CPPs) as one class of non-viral vectors, have been widely explored as a delivery tool due to their cell-penetrating capability with low cytotoxicity. However, CPPs have reported to h...

    Authors: Chanuk Jeong, Jisang Yoo, DaeYong Lee and Yeu-Chun Kim
    Citation: Biomaterials Research 2016 20:28
  7. Hyaluronic acid (HA) dermal biphasic fillers are synthesized for their efficacy in correcting aesthetic defects such as wrinkles, scars and facial contouring defects. The fillers consist of crosslinked HA micr...

    Authors: Cheolbyong Chun, Deuk Yong Lee, Jin-Tae Kim, Mi-Kyung Kwon, Young-Zu Kim and Seok-Soon Kim
    Citation: Biomaterials Research 2016 20:24
  8. The aim of this study is to investigate the physicochemical and structural properties of Medifoam®Silver and to compare with other commercially available silver-containing polyurethane (PU) foam dressing in vi...

    Authors: Seung Moon Lee, Il Kyu Park, Yong Soo Kim, Hyun Jung Kim, Hanlim Moon, Stefan Mueller, Harsha Arumugam and Young-IL Jeong
    Citation: Biomaterials Research 2016 20:22

    The Erratum to this article has been published in Biomaterials Research 2016 20:38

  9. Bio-products from stem/progenitor cells, such as extracellular vesicles, are likely a new promising approach for reprogramming resident cells in both acute and chronic kidney disease. Forty CKD patients stage ...

    Authors: Wael Nassar, Mervat El-Ansary, Dina Sabry, Mostafa A. Mostafa, Tarek Fayad, Esam Kotb, Mahmoud Temraz, Abdel-Naser Saad, Wael Essa and Heba Adel
    Citation: Biomaterials Research 2016 20:21

    The Erratum to this article has been published in Biomaterials Research 2017 21:3

  10. Various micropatterned surfaces capable of guiding the selective adhesion of biomolecules such as proteins and cells are of great interests in biosensor, diagnostics, drug screening, and tissue engineering. In...

    Authors: Jungmok You, June Seok Heo, Hyun Ok Kim and Eunkyoung Kim
    Citation: Biomaterials Research 2016 20:26

    The Erratum to this article has been published in Biomaterials Research 2016 20:29

  11. Controlling the fate of mesenchymal stems cells (MSCs) including proliferation, migration and differentiation has recently been studied by many researchers in the tissue engineering field. Especially, recruitm...

    Authors: Dayoung Yoon, Hyerim Kim, Eojin Lee, Min Hee Park, Seok Chung, Hojeong Jeon, Cheol-Hee Ahn and Kangwon Lee
    Citation: Biomaterials Research 2016 20:25
  12. After tumor resection, bone reconstruction such as skull base reconstruction using interconnected porous structure is absolutely necessary. In this study, porous scaffolds for bone reconstruction were prepared...

    Authors: Chang-Shik Kim, Kyung-Hye Jung, Hun Kim, Chan-Bong Kim and Inn-Kyu Kang
    Citation: Biomaterials Research 2016 20:23
  13. Antibacterial coatings of medical devices have been introduced as a promising approach to reduce the risk of infection. In this context, diamond-like carbon coated polyethylene (DLC-PE) can be enriched with ba...

    Authors: Norbert Harrasser, Sebastian Jüssen, Andreas Obermeir, Ralf Kmeth, Bernd Stritzker, Hans Gollwitzer and Rainer Burgkart
    Citation: Biomaterials Research 2016 20:17
  14. T cells play a central role in immune-homeostasis; specifically in the induction of antigen-specific adaptive immunity against pathogens and mutated self with immunological memory. The thymus is the unique org...

    Authors: Kyung-Ho Roh and Krishnendu Roy
    Citation: Biomaterials Research 2016 20:20
  15. Contamination of biomedical devices in a biological medium, biofouling, is a major cause of infection and is entirely avoidable. This mini-review will coherently present the broad range of antifouling strategi...

    Authors: Vinod B. Damodaran and N. Sanjeeva Murthy
    Citation: Biomaterials Research 2016 20:18
  16. We investigated the physicochemical properties of Medifoam® N and its wound healing performance compared to other commercially available polyurethane (PU) foam dressing in vitro and in vivo to gain insight in ...

    Authors: Seung Moon Lee, Il Kyu Park, Yong Soo Kim, Hyun Jung Kim, Hanlim Moon, Stefan Mueller and Young-IL Jeong
    Citation: Biomaterials Research 2016 20:15

    The Erratum to this article has been published in Biomaterials Research 2016 20:37

  17. Regenerative endodontics has been proposed to replace damaged and underdeveloped tooth structures with normal pulp-dentin tissue by providing a natural extracellular matrix (ECM) mimicking environment; stem ce...

    Authors: Sagar N. Kaushik, Bogeun Kim, Alexander M. Cruz Walma, Sung Chul Choi, Hui Wu, Jeremy J. Mao, Ho-Wook Jun and Kyounga Cheon
    Citation: Biomaterials Research 2016 20:14
  18. Cardiac fibrosis occurs naturally after myocardial infarction. While the initially formed fibrotic tissue prevents the infarcted heart tissue from rupture, the progression of cardiac fibrosis continuously expa...

    Authors: Zhaobo Fan and Jianjun Guan
    Citation: Biomaterials Research 2016 20:13
  19. This review discusses about biomimetic medical materials for tissue engineering of bone and cartilage, after previous scientific commentary of the invitation-based, Korea-China joint symposium on biomimetic me...

    Authors: Cen Chen, Sumi Bang, Younghak Cho, Sahnghoon Lee, Inseop Lee, ShengMin Zhang and Insup Noh
    Citation: Biomaterials Research 2016 20:10
  20. Extracellular mechanophysical signals from both static substrate cue and dynamic mechanical loading have strong potential to regulate cell functions. Most of the studies have adopted either static or dynamic c...

    Authors: Mohammad Nahid Andalib, Yuris Dzenis, Henry J. Donahue and Jung Yul Lim
    Citation: Biomaterials Research 2016 20:11
  21. The 3-dimensional (3D) printing technologies, referred to as additive manufacturing (AM) or rapid prototyping (RP), have acquired reputation over the past few years for art, architectural modeling, lightweight...

    Authors: Bon Kang Gu, Dong Jin Choi, Sang Jun Park, Min Sup Kim, Chang Mo Kang and Chun-Ho Kim
    Citation: Biomaterials Research 2016 20:12
  22. Tissue-engineered scaffold should mimic the structure and biological function of the extracellular matrix and have mechanically supportive properties for tissue regeneration. In this study, we utilized a PLGA/...

    Authors: Yong Kwan Noh, Ping Du, In Gul Kim, Jaehoon Ko, Seong Who Kim and Kwideok Park
    Citation: Biomaterials Research 2016 20:6
  23. Diabetes mellitus is a disease lack of insulin, which has severely delayed and impaired wound healing capacity. In the previous studies, various types of scaffolds and growth factors were used in impaired woun...

    Authors: Seong Mi Choi, Hyun Aae Ryu, Kyoung-Mi Lee, Hyun Jung Kim, Ik Kyu Park, Wan Jin Cho, Hang-Cheol Shin, Woo Jin Choi and Jin Woo Lee
    Citation: Biomaterials Research 2016 20:9
  24. We introduce our active experts’ communications and reviews (Part II) of 2015 Korea-China Joint Symposium on Biomimetic Medical Materials in Republic of Korea, which reflect their perspectives on current resea...

    Authors: Ki Dong Park, Xiumei Wang, Jae Young Lee, Kyung Min Park, ShengMin Zhang and Insup Noh
    Citation: Biomaterials Research 2016 20:8
  25. Biodegradable poly(L-lactic acid) (PLLA) is one of the most widely used polymer in biomedical devices, but it still has limitations such as inherent brittleness and acidic degradation products. In this work, P...

    Authors: Eun Young Kang, Eugene Lih, Ik Hwan Kim, Yoon Ki Joung and Dong Keun Han
    Citation: Biomaterials Research 2016 20:7
  26. Biodegradable microspheres fabricated from poly (Lactic-co-glycolic acid) (PLGA) have attracted considerable attention in the bone tissue regeneration field. In this study, rabbit mesenchymal stem cells (rMSCs...

    Authors: Ji Sun Park and Keun-Hong Park
    Citation: Biomaterials Research 2016 20:4
  27. In order to obtain biomaterials with controllable physicochemical properties, hybrid biomaterials composed of biocompatible biopolymers and ceramic nanoparticles have attracted interests. In this study, we pre...

    Authors: Gyeong-Hyeon Gwak, Ae-Jin Choi, Yeoung-Seuk Bae, Hyun-Jin Choi and Jae-Min Oh
    Citation: Biomaterials Research 2016 20:1
  28. Hydrogels can serve as three-dimensional (3D) scaffolds for cell culture and be readily injected into the body. Recent advances in the image technology for 3D scaffolds like hydrogels have attracted considerab...

    Authors: Min Jeong Kim, Yong Cheol Shin, Jong Ho Lee, Seung Won Jun, Chang-Seok Kim, Yunki Lee, Jong-Chul Park, Soo-Hong Lee, Ki Dong Park and Dong-Wook Han
    Citation: Biomaterials Research 2016 20:2
  29. This study was to investigate the effect of collagen grafted porous biphasic calcium phosphate (BCP) on cell attachment, proliferation, and differentiation. Porous BCP scaffolds with interconnected micropore s...

    Authors: Dong-Jun Yang, Jae-Hui Jeon, Sun-Young Lee, Hyun-Wook An, Keun Oh Park, Kwang-Bum Park and Sukyoung Kim
    Citation: Biomaterials Research 2016 20:3
  30. Biphasic calcium phosphates (BCP) have attracted considerable attention as a bone graft substitute. In this study, BCP were prepared by aqueous co-precipitation and calcination method. The crystal phases of in-si...

    Authors: Dong-Hyun Kim, Kyu-Hong Hwang, Ju Dong Lee, Hong-Chae Park and Seog-Young Yoon
    Citation: Biomaterials Research 2015 19:14
  31. Topography, stiffness, and composition of biomaterials play a crucial role in cell behaviors. In this study, we have investigated biochemical (gene markers), biophysical (roughness), and biomechanical (stiffne...

    Authors: Ramesh Subbiah, Muhammad Suhaeri, Mintai Peter Hwang, Woojun Kim and Kwideok Park
    Citation: Biomaterials Research 2015 19:24

    The Erratum to this article has been published in Biomaterials Research 2016 20:5

  32. Numerous studies have reported that microgrooves on metal and polymer materials can affect cell adhesion, proliferation, differentiation and guidance. However, our knowledge of the cell activity associated wit...

    Authors: Soo-Yean Kim, Jong-Ho Kang, Won-Seon Seo, Suk-Won Lee, Nam-Sik Oh, Hyung-Koun Cho and Myung-Hyun Lee
    Citation: Biomaterials Research 2015 19:23
  33. Chitosan and its derivates are widely used for biomedical application due to antioxidative, anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial and tissue repair induced properties. Chitosan-based materials also used as a haemos...

    Authors: M. Pogorielov, O. Kalinkevich, V. Deineka, V. Garbuzova, A. Solodovnik, A. Kalinkevich, T. Kalinichenko, A. Gapchenko, A. Sklyar and S. Danilchenko
    Citation: Biomaterials Research 2015 19:22
  34. Hydrolyzed polyacrylonitrile (HPAN) has attracted much attention as a hydrogel for a broad range of biomedical applications. Therefore, in this study, we prepared HPAN derivatives with controllable compositions b...

    Authors: Ji Hoon Park, Guo Zhe Tai, Bo Keun Lee, Seung Hun Park, Ja Yong Jang, Jung Soo Lee, Jae Ho Kim, Kwideok Park, Ju Woong Jang and Moon Suk Kim
    Citation: Biomaterials Research 2015 19:20
  35. The flexibility of implantable neural probes has increased during the last 10 years, starting with stiff materials such as silicone to more flexible materials like polyimide. We have developed a novel polymer ...

    Authors: Fredrik Ejserholm, John Stegmayr, Patrik Bauer, Fredrik Johansson, Lars Wallman, Martin Bengtsson and Stina Oredsson
    Citation: Biomaterials Research 2015 19:19
  36. Angiogenin (ANG) is a potent stimulator of angiogenesis. The aim of this study was to fabricate an ANG-loaded scaffold and to evaluate its angiogenic and osteogenic effects. In this study, we fabricated an ANG...

    Authors: Beom-Su Kim, Jin-Seong Kim, Sun-Sik Yang, Hyung-Woo Kim, Hun Jun Lim and Jun Lee
    Citation: Biomaterials Research 2015 19:18
  37. In-vitro and animal studies using EDC cross-linked membranes have shown great resistance to enzymatic digestion as well as low cytotoxicity, and indicated its potential expediency as a barrier ...

    Authors: Jin-Young Park, Im-Hee Jung, You-Kyoung Kim, Hyun-Chang Lim, Jung-Seok Lee, Ui-Won Jung and Seong-Ho Choi
    Citation: Biomaterials Research 2015 19:15
  38. The aim of this study was to determine the osteoconductivity of hydroxyapatite particles (HAP) as a carrier for Escherichia coli-derived recombinant human bone morphogenetic protein-2 (ErhBMP-2). Two 8-mm diamete...

    Authors: Chung-Hoon Chung, You-Kyoung Kim, Jung-Seok Lee, Ui-Won Jung, Eun-Kyoung Pang and Seong-Ho Choi
    Citation: Biomaterials Research 2015 19:17
  39. Calcium phosphate (CaP) ceramics are one of the most valuable biomaterials for uses as the bone scaffold owing to their outstanding biocompatability, bioactivity, and biodegradation nature. In particular, thes...

    Authors: Won-Young Choi, Hyoun-Ee Kim, Young-Wook Moon, Kwan-Ha Shin and Young-Hag Koh
    Citation: Biomaterials Research 2015 19:16
  40. A triple antibiotic mixture (ciprofloxacin; CF, metronidazole; MN, and minocycline; MC) has been used for dental root canal medicaments in pulp regeneration therapy. However, tooth discolorations, cervical roo...

    Authors: Sagar N Kaushik, Jessica Scoffield, Adinarayana Andukuri, Grant C Alexander, Taneidra Walker, Seokgon Kim, Sung Chul Choi, Brigitta C Brott, Paul D Eleazer, Jin-Yong Lee, Hui Wu, Noel K Childers, Ho-Wook Jun, Jae-Hong Park and Kyounga Cheon
    Citation: Biomaterials Research 2015 19:9
  41. Titanium is a well proven implantable material especially for osseointegratable implants by its biocompatibility and anti-corrosive surface properties. Surface characteristics of the implant play an important ...

    Authors: Gyeung Mi Seon, Hyok Jin Seo, Soon Young Kwon, Mi Hee Lee, Byeong-Ju Kwon, Min Sung Kim, Min-Ah Koo, Bong Joo Park and Jong-Chul Park
    Citation: Biomaterials Research 2015 19:13