Creating small diameter bioresorbable vascular grafts through electrospinning
Seamless, non-woven, bioresorbable vascular prosthetics composed of sub-micron fibers have been successfully created through electrospinning. These prosthetics have proven to be both bioactive and mechanically viable during in vitro testing, and hold great potential to be conducive to in situ tissue engineering/regeneration in the future. © The Royal Society of Chemistry.
Journal of Materials Chemistry
Sell, S., & Bowlin, G. (2008). Creating small diameter bioresorbable vascular grafts through electrospinning. Journal of Materials Chemistry, 18 (3), 260-263. https://doi.org/10.1039/b711848a