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Volume No 4 - Supplement 2 - December 2002

Abstracts of TCES 2002
Annual meeting of the UK Tissue and Cell Engineering Society

19-20 September 2002, The University of Glasgow, Scotland

Abstracts listed in order of presentation at the meeting

Page 0 : D Howard
Adenoviral bmp-2 gene transfer in stro-1 immunoselected human osteoprogenitor cells for bone formation.

Pages 1-2 : H Heywood
Monitoring neo-cartilage formation in cell seeded alginate constructs of clinically relevant dimensions

Page 3 : M Lewis
Human craniofacial skeletal muscle tissue engineering using a soluble glass fibre substrate

Page 4 : R Oreffo
New bones for old - mesenchymal stem cells and biomimetic scaffolds
Keynote Lecture sponsored by Cellon

Pages 5-6 : B Stringer
Generation of hypertrophic cartilage for bone tissue engineering

Pages 7-8 : D Bader
Light-induced calcium signalling in chondrocytes

Pages 9-10 : N Goodstone
Effects of high molecular weight hyaluronan on chondrocytes cultured within spongostan, a resorbable gelatin sponge

Pages 11-12 : T Rashid
Engineering a graft for coronary bypass surgery: role of chemical coatings to enhance attachment of smooth muscle cells to compliant poly(carbonate-urea)urethane matrices

Page 13 : K Shakesheff
Protein and cell delivery
Keynote Lecture sponsored by Cellon

Page 14 : G Artmann
A novel method to quantify mechanical tension in cell monolayers

Page 15 : C Kirk
Computer modelling and experimental validation of smooth muscle cell growth using matrigel as a basement membrane matrix

Pages 16-17 : U Cheema
Mechanical loading of 3-d collagen constructs

Page 18 : J Chauduri
Collagen-derived matrices for tissue engineering

Pages 19-20 : R Tillett
Investigating the mechanical behaviour at a core-sheath interface in peripheral nerves

Pages 21-23 : J Schweizer
Towards an optimization of fet-based bio-sensors

Pages 24-25 : M Riehle
Influence of soft micrometric topography on bone cells

Pages 26-27 : N Gadegaard
Polymer templates mimicking fibrilar collagen

Pages 28-29 : D Sutherland
Nanostructure influences cell alignment and morphology

Pages 30-31 : A Rajnicek
Directing cell shape and migration by topographic and electrical signals
Keynote Lecture

Pages 32-33 : N Larsen
Shallow topographical nanopatterns in polymers influence the motility of mammalian cells

Page 34 : A I Teixera
Effects of micro-and nanoscale substrate topographies on the behavior of human corneal epithelial cells

Page 35 : P Clark
The influence of ultrafine substratum topography on cytoskeletal organisation in epithelial cells

Pages 36-37 : M Higham
A plasma polymer surface for the co-culture of human dermal fibroblasts and human epidermal keratinocytes for wound healin

Page 38 : D Salter
Human chondrocyte adhesion molecules - roles in regulation of cell function and cartilage remodelling
Keynote Lecture

Pages 39-40 : C Archer
Articular chondroprogenitor cells exhibit plasticity in their differentiation pathway

Page 41 : R Sariri
The effect of itaconic acid on biocompatibility of hema

Pages 42-44 : J Dobson
Theory and applications of a magnetic force bioreactor

Page 45 : M Tohill
GFP-labelled schwann cells for the study of bio-engineered cellular nerve grafts

Cell and tissue biology

Page 46 : R Elliott
Proopiomelanocortin anti-inflammatory peptide signalling in human skin keratinocyte cells

Pages 47-49 : M Dalby
Polymer demixed nano - topography: random islands give an ordered response from human fibroblasts

Page 50 : R Hill
a-melanocyte-stimulating hormone anti-inflammatory action in human dermal fibroblast cells

Page 51 : P Baer
Effect of extracellular matrices on cultured human renal proximal and distal tubular cells

Pages 52-54 : S A Mitchel
Spatial control of cell attachment using plasma micropatterned polymers
Prize winning poster

Pages 55-56 : G Ho
Contractile behaviour of 3t3 mouse fibroblasts in artificial skin substitutes: effect of different cell-seeding methods

Page 57 : A Ball
Growth and viability of osteoblasts on hydroxyapatite and tricalcium phosphate ceramics: effect of collagen coating

Pages 58-59 : F Rose
A comparison between static and microgravity (rccs") culture on the growth of mcf-7 human breast carcinoma cells within a 3d environment

Pages 60-61 : I Wood
Cell surface modification of l6 myoblasts via sodium periodate treatment

Pages 62-63 : M Williamson
Cell attachment and proliferation on novel polycaprolactone fibres having application in soft tissue engineering

Pages 64-65 : L Csaderova
Detection of cell forces by measuring deformation of polymer films using interference reflection microscopy

Page 66 : R Tare
Osteoblast-stimulating factor-1 enhances osteogenic differentiation of bone marrow stromal cells, but is not osteoinductive

Pages 67-68 : C Berry
The influence of uncoated and coated magnetic nanoparticles on human fibroblasts in culture

Page 69 : A Horobin
How do larvae of lucilia sericata initiate human wound healing?

Pages 70-71 : S Nayab
Bone cell response to novel ion implanted titanium

Pages 72-73 : M Kataropoulou
Confocal laser scanning microscopy (clsm) study of hepatocytes cultured on collagen films and gels

Pages 74-75 : J Alderman
Biocompatibilty study using microelectronic materials to grow and direct tumor cells

Page 76 : K Then
Effect of microtopographic cues on human corneal keratocyte orientation

Pages 77-78 : N Umez-Eronini
Optimisation of bladder stromal culture on polyhipe

Page 79 : H Bahar
Low calcium is expanding the osteoprogenitor cell fraction in vitro: anovel procedure for bone rereneration in vivo

Page 80 : F Angeli
Study of bovine articular chondrocytes on thin film polycaprolactone surfaces

Pages 81-82 : D Pasqui
The role of proteins in modulating cell behaviour on micropatterned surfaces

Pages 83-85 : P Vesely
Acellular porcine xenodermis as a temporary wound cover and substratum for cultured keratinocytes

Pages 86-87 : A Murdoch
Cell-surface proteoglycans are differentially regulated by chondrocytes during adaptation to cell culture

Page 88 : S Tew
The re-expression of chondrocytic phenotype by passaged human articular chondrocytes is improved by viral transduction of sox9

Pages 89-90 : A G Smith
Cell migration and division at the edges of model wounds in keratinocyte sheets are oriented by substratum microtopography

Pages 91-92 : A G Smith
Successful sub-culture of human dermal fibroblasts and intact hacat monolayers from hydrogel carriers

Page 93 : D Selemeczi
Shallow topographical nanopatterns in polymers influence the motility of mammalian cells

Pages 94-95 : R Gristina
Fibroblast and keratinocyte behaviour on substrates plasma-patterned with fouling and non fouling domains

Pages 125-126 : G Marshal
Platelet adhesion to nanofabricated polycaprolactone

Pages 127-128 : Z Ali
Addition of human mesenchymal stem cells & osteogenic protein–1 to demineralised bone matrix and insoluble collagenous matrix results in de novo bone formation

Page 129 : A Bhalla
Enhancing the osseoinductive properties of hydroxyapatite by the addition of human mesenchymal stem cells, and recombinant human osteogenic protein 1 (bmp-7).

Pages 130-131 : S H Cartmell
Mechanical conditioning of bone cells in vitro using magnetic microparticle technology

Page 132 : X Yang
Stimulation of bone formation in vivo using human osteoprogenitors and osteoblast stimulating factor-1 adsorbed scaffold constructs

Pages 133-134 : D W Green
Human osteoprogenitor attachment, growth and differentiation on marine invertebrate skeletons

Page 135 : M Marenzana
Development of an interface model for the generation and engineering of tissue interfaces in vitro.

Pages 136-137 : A Mantalaris
Engineering a human bone marrow lymphopoiesis model

Materials and fabrication

Page 96 : K Armoogum
Microengineering applications in tissue engineering

Pages 97-98 : Y Yang
Grafting collagen on poly(l-lactide) by gamma irradiation

Page 99 : J Hamblin
Highly porous gel-cast ceramics in medical applications

Page 100 : E Barriau
Synthesis and characterisation of an extended series of biodegradable cycloaliphatic polyesters

Pages 101-102 : A Gupta
Surface modification of superparamagnetic iron oxide nanoparticles and their intracellular uptake

Page 103 : A Elfick
The influence of opsonins on cellular reaction to polyethylene wear particles

Pages 104-105 : A Poulsson
Cellular attachment to uv ozone treated patterned surfaces

Page 106 : A C Egan
Studies on protein release from a novel pva hydrogel

Pages 107-108 : K Robbie
Sculptured thin films and glancing angle deposition

Pages 138-139 : M Bitar
Development of novel soluble glasses for tissue engineering of hard tissue

Page 140 : R Sariri
Protein adsorption onto N-containing HEMA copolymers

Theory and measurement

Page 109 : E Martinez
Adhesion of cells and microspheres in a parallel-plate flow chamber

Page 110 : C Kirk
Modelling oxygen availability in blood serum, perfleurocarbons and aqueous based medium

Pages 111-112 : N Wilson Jones
Quantitative analysis of matrix remodelling in a 3d collagen fibroblast construct

Pages 113-114 : M Giacomini
Igg diffusion through bioengineered materials for peripheral nerve regeneration

Pages 115-117 : C Ruggiero
The effect of dlvo, hydrophilic and hydrophobic energies on the aggregation of cells in solution

Pages 118-119 : M La Paglia
Articular cartilage investigation by mri imaging

Pages 120-122 : D Holmes
Cell positioning and sorting using dielectrophoresis

Pages 123-124 : A Mantalaris
Advances in the study of bone development in simulated microgravity

Page 141 : C.S.Kirk
Modelling and simulation of vascular tissue engineering using the finite volume method


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