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The process of electrohydrodynamic living cell microencapsulation inside a scaffold during the electrospinning (ES) process is called cell electrospinning (CE). Several studies demonstrate the feasibility of using cell electrospinning for biomedical applications, allowing for the direct...
The collective adhesive behavior of epithelial cell layers mediated by complex macromolecular fluid environments plays a vital role in many biological processes. Mucins, a family of highly glycosylated proteins, are known to lubricate cell‐on‐cell contacts in the shear direction. However, the...
While hydrogels are demonstrated to be effective scaffolds for soft tissue engineering, existing fabrication techniques pose limitations in terms of being able to reproduce both the micro/nanofibrous structures of native extracellular matrix as well as the spatial arrangement of different cell...
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