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Life sciences
posted:2019/04/19

チキソトロピー性を有するゲルを用いる多層3次元細胞培養足場システム

TAKEDA, Naoya Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering School of Advanced Science and Engineering)
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2018-1123-01
Life sciences
posted:2018/11/28

Cellulose Nanofibers for Application in Regenerative Medicine ~ Fabrication of Engineered Tissues by Cell Culture in Thixotropic Gel ~

TAKEDA, Naoya Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering School of Advanced Science and Engineering)
●  Cellulose nanofiber (CNF) hydrogel is used for cell culture scaffold (Fig. 1).●  Prepare coaxial two-layer long fibrous gel with microfluidic device (Fig. 2,3).●  Cells are embedded in the CNF gel of the core layer and 3D cultured to fabricate long muscle and...
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2018-0927-06
Life sciences
posted:2018/09/27

Microfiber Scaffold for Effective Induction of an Engineered Tissue by Introducing Conductive Polymer in the Core Layer

TAKEDA, Naoya Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering School of Advanced Science and Engineering)
● Microfiber scaffold can align myoblasts to effectively form myotube (Fig. 1).● Electric potential, promotes muscle tissue formation; highly conductive polymers (ex. PEDOT/PSS) are useful as the scaffold materials. ● We have developed the microfiber having PEDOT/PSS in the co...
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2016-1024-03
Life sciences
posted:2016/10/24

Self-driven Perfusion Culture System Using the Paper-based Double-layered Scaffold

TAKEDA, Naoya Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering School of Advanced Science and Engineering)
● The double-layered scaffold consisting of a paper for medium perfusion and electrospun gelatin microfibers for cell adhesion is developed (Fig. 1). ● Self-driven, stable, and constant perfusion of the medium has been achieved by using both capillary action and siphon phenome...
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