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Schmidt Lab Biomaterials Applications. Spinal Cord Repair Strategies (Zin). Soft Tissue Scaffolds (Richelle). Surgical Meshes (Sarah). Sources of Peripheral Nerve Injury. Cancer. Accidents. Congenital Defects. Photocrosslinked Hyaluronic Acid (GMHA). High Swelling HA Hydrogels.

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Schmidt lab biomaterials applications

Schmidt Lab Biomaterials Applications

Spinal Cord Repair Strategies

(Zin)

Soft Tissue Scaffolds (Richelle)

Surgical Meshes

(Sarah)


Sources of peripheral nerve injury

Sources of Peripheral Nerve Injury

Cancer

Accidents

Congenital

Defects


Photocrosslinked hyaluronic acid gmha

Photocrosslinked Hyaluronic Acid(GMHA)

High Swelling HA Hydrogels

Low Swelling HA Films

Unswollen

Saline Swollen

Water Swollen

Modulate:

-Swelling

-Degradation

-Mechanical Properties


Role of physical vs chemical cues

25 mm

12 mm

Role of Physical vs. Chemical Cues

Microchannels vs. Laminin

Gomez, Chen, Schmidt (2007). J. R. Soc Interface. 4(13): 223-233.

Physical cues are preferred over

chemical cues for axon initiation (polarization)

70 %  Physical Cues (microchannels)

30 %  Chemical Cues (NGF or Laminin)


Schmidt lab biomaterials applications

In Situ Crystallization:

Dendritic Pores

In Situ Crystallization: Dendritic Pores

  • Simple, inexpensive

  • No specialized equipment

  • No specialized skills

  • No organic solvents


Schmidt lab biomaterials applications

Fibrillar, Porous Microstructure

AFM

SEM


Schmidt lab biomaterials applications

Cell Guidance

Zawko, Schmidt. (in press) Acta Biomaterialia.


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