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Volume No 22 - Supplement 3 July 2011

Abstracts of the Tissue and Cell Engineering Society (TCES) meeting
19-21 July 2011, University of Leeds

 

 

Abstracts

Page 1: W van Grunsven, R Goodall, GC Reilly
Porous metal implants for enhanced bone ingrowth and stability

Page 2: Y Martin, M Eldardiri, JR Sharpe
Autologous keratinocytes and fibroblasts delivered on microcarriers in combination with IntegraTM significantly reduce wound contraction in vivo in the porcine model of wound repair

Page 3: A Mangera, AJ Bullock, CR Chapple, S MacNeil
Investigation of seven candidate scaffolds for the production of an autologous tissue engineered connective tissue for use in stress urinary incontinence and pelvic organ prolapsed

Page 4: A Gibb, SA Mobasseri, LA Bosworth, S Downes
Influence of surface pattern and sterilisation of solvent-cast films for peripheral nerve guidance

Page 5: T Vafaee, D Thomas, P Rooney, J Kearney, H Berry, S Korossis, J Fisher, E Ingham
Acellular allogeneic cardiac valves

Page 6: F Bye, S Puwanun, G Reilly, S MacNeil
Using a tissue engineering approach for the treatment of cleft palate

Page 7: K Stamati, JV Priestley, V Mudera, U Cheema
Basement membrane protein orchestrates network formation by endothelial cells in 3D: laminin the conductor

Page 8: AC de Luca, G Terenghi, S Downes
Chemical treatment of PCL films affects biocompatibility for nerve regeneration

Page 9: B Mukonoweshuro, C Brown, E Ingham
Immunogenicity of allogenic mesenchymal stem cells

Page 10: K Owen, S-P Wilshaw, S Homer-Vanniasinkam, R Bojar, H Berry, E Ingham
Assessment of the antimicrobial activity of acellular vascular grafts

Page 11: S Rathbone, N Maffulli, S Cartmell
Tissue engineering of the anterior cruciate ligament; current clinical opinions

Page 12: N Tan, R Drake, RA Brown
Rapid fabrication of density gradient 3D collagen constructs

Page 13: GL Jones, A Llewellyn, H Berry, J Fisher, E Ingham
Decellularisation of super flexor tendon

Page 14: I Ortega, P Deshpande, F Claeyssens, S MacNeil
Development of a microfabricated outer ring for corneal repair

Page 15: A Gill, K Pawar, I Ortega, J Haycock, F
Claeyssens Microstructuring of photocurable biomaterials with applications in neuronal repair

Page 16: R Kaewkhaw, AM Scutt, JW Haycock
Adipose-derived stem cells for peripheral nerve repair

Page 17: MFB Daud, AJ Ryan, JW Haycock
Directing neuronal cell outgrowth and Schwann cell organisation with aligned polycaprolactone microfibre scaffolds

Page 18: EV Alakpa, K Burgess, V Jayawarna, RV Ulijn, MJ Dalby
Elucidating cellular reaction to biomaterial substrates using a metabolomics approach

Page 19: H Markides, AJ El Haj
Investigating various MRI contrast agents at different concentrations for the purpose of tagging and imaging mesenchymal stem cells and chondrocytes for ACI

Page 20: M Georgiou, J Loughlin, JP Golding, JB Phillips
Aligned cellular and acellular collagen guidance substrates for peripheral nerve repair

Page 21: D Kouroupis, S Churchman, D McGonagle, E Jones
Evaluation of mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs) from whole umbilical cord for bone repair applications

Page 22: R Balint, NJ Cassidy, S Cartmell
The influence of electrical stimulation on primary human mesenchymal stem cell activity

Page 23: JHA Bell, JW Haycock
The use of plasma polymerised acrylic acid and maleic anhydride for neuronal cell engineering

Page 24: GTS Kirby, LJ White, CV Rahman, HC Cox, FRAJ Rose, DW Hutmacher, KM Shakesheff, MA Woodruff
PLGA-based microparticles for the sustained release of BMP-2

Page 25: AJ Taylor, MR Alexander, LDK Buttery
Bone tissue engineering: using surfaces to direct function

Page 26: LE Sidney, LDK Buttery
Primary calvarial cells and mouse embryonic stem cells as potential cell sources for development of an in vitro inflammatory model for testing anti-inflammatory osteochondral tissue engineering strategies

Page 27: T Alekseeva, NS Tan, MH Purser, RA Brown
Multi-layered collagen scaffolds with engineered microchannels for skin tissue engineering applications

Page 28: N Gosling, R Hall, D Wood, P Genever
Development and optimisation of a functional vertebral endplate construct

Page 29: AJ Lomas, J Han, GQ Chen, AJ El Haj, NR Forsyth
Utilising stem cells and poly (3-hydroxybutyrate-co-3-hydroxyhexanoate)/collagen hybrid scaffolds for tendon tissue engineering

Page 30: SA Mobasseri, O Onel, G Terenghi, S Downes
Controlling environmental conditions to generate homogeneous biodegradable polymeric films for nerve guide conduits

Page 31: D Kumar, S Gupta, Y Yang, N R Forsyth
Integrin expression and reliance are oxygen concentration dependant in human embryonic stem cells

Page 32: T Baboolal, E Jones, S Calder, R Foster, A Radjenovic, D McGonagle
Investigation of mesenchymal stem cells (MSC) attachment to cartilage in the presence of synovial fluid – towards novel cartilage regeneration strategies based on endogenous MSC

Page 33: T Abioye, V Mudera, L Bozec
Nanoscale properties of collagen in ageing

Page 34: WR Webb, AJ Lomas, G Zeng, GQ Chen, AJ El Haj, NR Forsyth
Poly(3-hydroxybutyrate-co-3-hydroxyhexanoate) (PHBHHx) scaffolds for tendon repair in the rat model

Page 35: SL Wilson, M Ahearne, S Rauz, AJ El Haj, Y Yang
Controlling corneal stromal cell phenotype via chemical cues

Page 36: JE Dixon, E Dick, I Paik, KM Shakesheff, C Denning
Directed differentiation of human pluripotent cells to allow patient-matched cardiac tissue engineering

Page 37: A Joda, S Korossis, J Summers, J Fisher, Z Jin
Numerical simulations of decellularised aortic valve scaffolds

Page 38: DJ Player, NRW Martin, PC Castle, S Passey, AP Sharples, V Mudera, MP Lewis
Mechanical stimulation of 3D bio-engineered skeletal muscle

Page 39: AP Sharples, DJ Player, NRW Martin, S Passey, CE Stewart, MP Lewis
Replicative ageing of myoblast in 3-D tissue engineered collagen constructs

Page 40: A Weightman, A Rutter, Y Yang
Cellular interaction on a nanofibre-hydrogel composite for neural tissue engineering

Page 41: JM Dugan, JE Gough, SJ Eichhorn
Engineering skeletal muscle Using cellulose nanowhiskers

Page 42: M Zhou, RV Ulijn, JE Gough
Formation of extracellular matrix in bioactive Fmoc-peptide hydrogels

Page 43: M Shahbuddin, S MacNeil, S Rimmer
The potential use of konjac glucomannan for wound healing and cell transportation

Page 44: AP Hopper, F Claeyssens
Morphological influence of functionalised nanodiamond surfaces on neuronal cells

Page 45: JSN Verhoekx, JFA van der Werff, V Mudera
Cytokines modulated myofibroblast induction and force generation in Dupuytren’s fibroblasts; lessons for tissue engineering?

Page 46: LA Hidalgo-Bastida, TJ Spencer, T Lowe, P Withers, I Halliday, C Care, SH Cartmell
Lattice-Boltzmann mathematical model of cell attachment in a perfusion bioreactor: validation using microCT

Page 47: S Dunphy, N Forsyth, A El Haj
Biomechanical properties of thin collagen-elastin constructs for lung tissue engineering

Page 48: MJ Tomlinson, C Dennis, XB Yang, J Kirkham
Tissue non-specific alkaline phosphatase expression by human dental pulp cells: a selectable marker for mineralisation

Page 49: E Fok, SM Daya, NR Jordan, S Sandeman, JR Sharpe
Cryopreservation of limbal epithelial stem cells for transplantation to treat limbal stem cell deficiency

Page 50: NR Roberts, E Ingham, Z Jin, S Korossis
Fluid-solid interaction model of the mitral valve

Page 51: MJ Sawkins, BN Brown, LJ Bonassar, FRAJ Rose, KM Shakesheff
Bioprinting as a tool for osteochondral tissue engineering

Page 52: L O’Donovan, PA De Bank
A novel caged carbonyl for biomaterial modification and cell patterning

Page 53: M Krämer, JB Chaudhuri, MJ Ellis, PA De Bank
Promotion of neurite outgrowth via incorporation of poly-l-lysine into aligned PLGA nanofibre scaffolds

Page 54: C Raison, SR Porter, S Fedele, MP Lewis, V Salih
In vitro 3D tissue modelling: insights into ameloblastoma pathogenesis

Page 55: A Fouriki, MA Clements, N Farrow, J Dobson
Nanomagnetic gene transfection: efficient gene delivery using nanoparticles and oscillating magnet arrays

Page 56: E East, KPSJ Murphy, JB Phillips
Dorsal root ganglion neurons maintained in a 3D culture model exhibit similar electrophysiological properties to fresh explants

Page 57: RS Guilliatt, RPW Davies, S-P Wilshaw, A Aggeli, E Ingham
Peptide β-sheet self-assembly for the modification of acellular vascular grafts

Page 58: KM Elson, JL Tipper, J Kirkham, RM Hall, E Ingham
In situ cell monitoring in organ culture

Page 59: A Mujeeb, JE Gough, A Saiani
Self-assembled peptide-based hydrogels as scaffolds for in vitro cartilage repair

Page 60: S Kyle, MJ McPherson, A Aggeli, E Ingham
Complementary self-assembling peptides: effect of molecular design on biological properties

Page 61: S-P Wilshaw, H Berry, P Rooney, JN Kearney, S Homer-Vanniasinkam, J Fisher, E Ingham
Biocompatibility and immunoreactivity of acellular xenogeneic and allogeneic arteries

Page 62: TWA Gould, RJ Thomas, FRAJ Rose, KM Shakesheff
Cell life support system for transportation

Page 63: A Aldridge, E Jones, E Ingham
The immunology of adult mesenchymal stromal cells

Page 64: DE Miles, S Maude, SH Felton, RK Wilcox, E Ingham, A Aggeli
The self-assembly of optimised tape-forming de novo peptide gels and their evaluation as matrices for cell growth

Page 65: EG Knight, SA Przyborski
Alvetex®: technology that enables routine 3D cell culture for use in research

Page 66: L Pastorino, N Habibi, FC Soumetz, M Giulianelli, C Ruggiero
Polyelectrolyte multilayers for cell and tissue engineering

Page 67: CS Gough, VN Wajayathunga, JL Tipper, RK Wilcox, RM Hall, E Ingham
The biology of the ovine functional spinal unit

Page 68: M Eagle, P Rooney, JN Kearney
Natural demineralised bone as a scaffold for bone regeneration

Page 69: RPW Davies, E Ingham, A Aggeli
Design and characterisation of novel complementary peptide gel in physiological conditions

Page 70: GA Busby, P Riches, S MacKay, MH Grant
A novel method for characterising mechanical properties of hydrogels

Page 71: PA Cato, A Ghaemmaghami, FRAJ Rose
Development of a tissue engineered 3D immunocompetent model of the human upper respiratory tract

Page 72: RJ Shipley, SL Waters, MJ Ellis
Fluid and mass transport modelling to drive the design of cell-packed hollow fibre bioreactors

Page 73: S Maude, A Aggeli
Net peptide charge influences the formation of self-assembling β-sheet peptide hydrogels in model physiological conditions

Page 74: LE McNamara, T Sjöström, KV Burgess, JKim, E Liu, S Gordonov, P Moghe, ROC Oreffo, B Su, MJ Dalby
Metabolomic investigation of MSC responses to titania nanopillars

Page 75: P Viswanathan, S Chirasatitsin, A Engler, G Battaglia
Polymeric scaffolds by interface engineering

Page 76: EF Banwell, DN Woolfson, JG Heddle
Sheer thinning self-assembling hydrogels

Page 77: K Cox-Nowak, S Rimmer
Poly(butyl methacrylate) for enhanced cell adhesion

Page 78: F Wezel, J Southgate
Low-affinity nerve growth factor receptor (NGFR) is a marker of basal urothelial cells – implications for urothelial regeneration and renewal

Page 79: H Fermor, S Russell, S Williams, J Fisher, E Ingham
Engineering of natural cartilage substitution biomaterials

Page 80: S Rathbone, J Glossop, J Gough, S Cartmell
Mechanical stimulation of adult human mesenchymal stem cells influences CCNL2 and WDR61 gene expression levels

Page 81: SL Passey, AST Smith, V Mudera, L Greensmith, K Baar, MP Lewis
Establishment of a 3D engineered skeletal muscle-motoneuron co-culture using fibrin-cast gels

Page 82: A Gibb, LA Bosworth, SA Mobasseri, S Downes
Medical grade sterilisation of electrospun poly(ε-caprolactone) fibrous scaffolds

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