Through the integration of strategies from life science, engineering, and clinical medicine, tissue engineering and regenerative medicine hold the promise of new solutions to current health challenges. This rapidly developing field requires continual updates to the state-of-the-art knowledge in all of the aforementioned sciences. Tissue Engineering
Biostable Composite Biomaterials in Medical Applications. Bioceramic and Biopolymer Nanocomposite Materials for Use in Orthopedic Applications. Tailoring of Bioactive Glasses. Bioactive Ceramic Coatings for Metallic Implants. Induction of Bone Formation by Calcium Phosphate-Based Biomimetic Macroporous Constructs. Bioinspired Titanium Implants: The Concavity-The Shape of Life. Bioactive Surface Modifications for Dental and Orthopedic Implants. Oral Implants: Biological Background and Current Concepts in Peri-Implantitis Treatment. Soft Tissue Attachment on Implant Surface. Surface Chemical Determination of the Placement, Growth, and Differentiation of Cells for Drug Screening, Toxin Detection, and Lab-on-a-Chip Applications. Electrospun Nanofibers as Next-Generation Bioactive Tissue Scaffolds. Mechanics of Fiber-Reinforced Scaffolds and Tissues Formed from Organized Electrospun Assemblies. Regulation of Stem Cell Behavior Using Nanobiomaterials. Biomaterials and Their Use in Craniofacial Surgery. Nanobiomaterials for Bone Tissue Engineering. Stem Cells, Growth Factors, and Biomaterials in Bone Surgery. Nanomaterials for Cartilage Regeneration. Cartilage Tissue Engineering: Advances in Stem Cell-Based Approaches. Stem Cells and Nanobiomaterials for Cardiac Tissue Regeneration. Nanotechnology for Engineering Cellular Microenvironment and Gene Delivery. Nanobiomaterial-Based Short Interfering RNA Delivery Systems. Sugar-Glass Nanoparticles for Protein Delivery. Clinical Relevance of Tissue Engineering. Future Perspectives of Biomaterials and Stem Cells in Regenerative Medicine. Index.