Dietmar W Hutmacher
Dietmar W Hutmacher
Professor & Chair Regenerative Medicine, Queensland University of Technology; Hans Fischer Senior
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Scaffolds in tissue engineering bone and cartilage
DW Hutmacher
Biomaterials 21 (24), 2529-2543, 2000
The return of a forgotten polymer—Polycaprolactone in the 21st century
MA Woodruff, DW Hutmacher
Progress in polymer science 35 (10), 1217-1256, 2010
Fused deposition modeling of novel scaffold architectures for tissue engineering applications
I Zein, DW Hutmacher, KC Tan, SH Teoh
Biomaterials 23 (4), 1169-1185, 2002
Scaffold design and fabrication technologies for engineering tissues—state of the art and future perspectives
DW Hutmacher
Journal of Biomaterials Science, Polymer Edition 12 (1), 107-124, 2001
25th anniversary article: engineering hydrogels for biofabrication
J Malda, J Visser, FP Melchels, T Jüngst, WE Hennink, WJA Dhert, J Groll, ...
Advanced materials 25 (36), 5011-5028, 2013
Mechanical properties and cell cultural response of polycaprolactone scaffolds designed and fabricated via fused deposition modeling
DW Hutmacher, T Schantz, I Zein, KW Ng, SH Teoh, KC Tan
Journal of Biomedical Materials Research: An Official Journal of The Society …, 2001
Additive manufacturing of tissues and organs
FPW Melchels, MAN Domingos, TJ Klein, J Malda, PJ Bartolo, ...
Progress in polymer science 37 (8), 1079-1104, 2012
Scaffold-based tissue engineering: rationale for computer-aided design and solid free-form fabrication systems
DW Hutmacher, M Sittinger, MV Risbud
TRENDS in Biotechnology 22 (7), 354-362, 2004
State of the art and future directions of scaffold‐based bone engineering from a biomaterials perspective
DW Hutmacher, JT Schantz, CXF Lam, KC Tan, TC Lim
Journal of tissue engineering and regenerative medicine 1 (4), 245-260, 2007
Bone regeneration based on tissue engineering conceptions—a 21st century perspective
J Henkel, MA Woodruff, DR Epari, R Steck, V Glatt, IC Dickinson, ...
Bone research 1 (1), 216-248, 2013
Gelatin‐methacrylamide hydrogels as potential biomaterials for fabrication of tissue‐engineered cartilage constructs
W Schuurman, PA Levett, MW Pot, PR van Weeren, WJA Dhert, ...
Macromolecular bioscience 13 (5), 551-561, 2013
Scaffold development using 3D printing with a starch-based polymer
CXF Lam, XM Mo, SH Teoh, DW Hutmacher
Materials Science and Engineering: C 20 (1-2), 49-56, 2002
Direct writing by way of melt electrospinning.
TD Brown, PD Dalton, DW Hutmacher
Advanced materials (Deerfield Beach, Fla.) 23 (47), 5651-5657, 2011
Bioengineered 3D platform to explore cell–ECM interactions and drug resistance of epithelial ovarian cancer cells
D Loessner, KS Stok, MP Lutolf, DW Hutmacher, JA Clements, SC Rizzi
Biomaterials 31 (32), 8494-8506, 2010
Functionalization, preparation and use of cell-laden gelatin methacryloyl–based hydrogels as modular tissue culture platforms
D Loessner, C Meinert, E Kaemmerer, LC Martine, K Yue, PA Levett, ...
Nature protocols 11 (4), 727-746, 2016
Electro-spinning of pure collagen nano-fibres–just an expensive way to make gelatin?
DI Zeugolis, ST Khew, ESY Yew, AK Ekaputra, YW Tong, LYL Yung, ...
Biomaterials 29 (15), 2293-2305, 2008
Design, fabrication and characterization of PCL electrospun scaffolds—a review
A Cipitria, A Skelton, TR Dargaville, PD Dalton, DW Hutmacher
Journal of Materials Chemistry 21 (26), 9419-9453, 2011
Reinforcement of hydrogels using three-dimensionally printed microfibres
J Visser, FPW Melchels, JE Jeon, EM Van Bussel, LS Kimpton, HM Byrne, ...
Nature communications 6 (1), 1-10, 2015
Evaluation of polycaprolactone scaffold degradation for 6 months in vitro and in vivo
CXF Lam, DW Hutmacher, JT Schantz, MA Woodruff, SH Teoh
Journal of Biomedical Materials Research Part A: An Official Journal of The …, 2009
How smart do biomaterials need to be? A translational science and clinical point of view
BM Holzapfel, JC Reichert, JT Schantz, U Gbureck, L Rackwitz, U Nöth, ...
Advanced drug delivery reviews 65 (4), 581-603, 2013
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