Biocompatible grafts are artificially created to function as native tissue without rejection or scar formation. Some tissue engineering applications where these grafts are created include cardiovascular, neurological, dermatology and osteology.
There are various techniques to create scaffolding material, but the electrospinning technique has gained popularity for its ease of processing multiple materials, operating at room temperature and ability to tailor targeted tissue properties. Technology is easily transferred from concept to production because of the batch-to-batch production, tight environmental conditioning and even mass production under GMP and ISO-5 conditions.
Join our applications scientist Dr. Francisco J. Chaparro to learn how reproducible results are currently achieved with non-woven FDA approved grafts made via electrospinning with the Fluidnatek technology.
During the webinar you receive an overview of the unique features of the Fluidnatek and how this instrument was designed to solve problems in tissue engineering and regenerative medicine sample development such as:
- Precision temperature and humidity control for reproducibility.
- Improving homogeneity of fiber thickness and consistency.
- Properly address evaporated volatile solvents during the electrospinning process.
- How to simultaneously process two materials at room temperature for strength and biocompatibility.
- Find out about popular features which allow the generation of materials for drug delivery, cell growth, and proliferation.