Poster

Marine-derived collagen-based scaffolds support the proliferation and Differentiation of human adipose derived stem cells envisaging cartilage regeneration.

PT_1

Phytochemical profile, antioxidant activity and cytotoxicity against keratinocytes, fibroblasts and endothelial cells of picoplanktonic marine cyanobacteria

PT_2

Llayta: the edible cyanobacteria colonies of nostoc from chile significantly reduce neutral lipid content

PT_3

Development of collagen nanoparticles for cartilage regeneration

PT_4

Cyanobacteria from the LEGE Culture Collection: a road for innovation in human health?

PT_5

Development of a New Biomaterial for Bone Tissue Engineering: Enzyme Cross Linked Collagen from Salmon (Salmo salar)

PT_6

Development of hydrogels-based on marine biopolymers envisaging cartilage tissue engineering and regenerative medicine

PT_7

Extraction and characterization of marine gelatine and its methacrylation (GelMA) towards the production of hydrogels for tissue engineering

PT_8

Marine origin biopolymers on the development of cryo-system gels envisaging cartilage tissue engineering and regenerative medicine

PT_9

Marine origin biopolymers on the development of innovative scaffolds envisaging cartilage tissue engineering and regenerative medicine

PT_10

Marine origin methacrylated gelatine (mGelMA)-based hydrogels and its application in tissue engineering

PT_11

Cell-laden Prionace glauca Skin Collagen-based 3D Printed Scaffolds for the Engineering of Mineralized Tissues

PT_12

Marine origin biopolymers on the development of hydrogels for articular cartilage tissue engineering: processing methodologies and main characteristics

PT_13