Virus Decorated Nanobiomaterials as Scaffolds for Tissue Engineering

  • Aida Alipour Shiraz University of Medical Sciences
Keywords: Scaffolds, Tissue engineering, Virus-based nanoparticles, Nanomaterials

Abstract

     One of the applications of tissue engineering is to develop artificial scaffolds. These scaffolds can mimic extracellular matrix and support cells for the repair of damaged tissue and organs. Virus particles can be re-engineering by genetic and chemical modification. Scaffolds can support cell growth and regulate cellular functions such as adhesion, spreading and proliferation. Scaffolds can be two dimensional or three dimensional which are resulting from self-assembly of the re-engineered. In this review, we review the role of virus based scaffolds in vivo and their applications in tissue engineering

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2021-09-19
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Alipour A. Virus Decorated Nanobiomaterials as Scaffolds for Tissue Engineering. AANBT [Internet]. 19Sep.2021 [cited 25Sep.2021];:79-5. Available from: https://www.dormaj.org/index.php/AANBT/article/view/449
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