Regenerative Materials Chemistry

Materials chemistry is making a fundamental impact in regenerative sciences providing many platforms for tissue development. However, there is a surprising paucity of replacements that accurately mimic the structure and function of the structural fabric of tissues or promote faithful tissue reconstruction. Biomaterials are any matter, surface, or construct either from nature or synthesized in the laboratory and that interacts with biological systems. In biomimetic study, the structure and function of biological systems were taken as models and employed in the design and engineering of materials. Tissue Engineering involves the developmental approaches to control cell behavior through the nanoscale engineering of materials surfaces including monolayer protected metal, nanotubes and other nanotopographies/ nanochemistries. A Bioactive compound shows a specific effect on the living tissue of an organism which is biodegradable in nature. Biomineralization is the process by which living organisms produce minerals, often to harden or stiffen existing tissues. A Tunable material shows a variable response to an incident electromagnetic wave with the combination of a metamaterial. Light harvesting is the study of materials and molecules that capture photons of solar light. This includes studies to better understand the light-harvesting properties of photosynthetic organisms. 

Materials Chemistry is a booming concept in the field of Regeneration and tissue related concepts and novel syntheses. New materials are to be manufactured for the preparation of biologically related products. For this, hybrid varieties of structures are to be clubbed to get a newly useful substance. Materials play an important role in the field of regenerative sciences like Tissue Engineering, biomaterials, bio mineralization, light harvesting and so on. Usage of newly synthesized materials like metamaterials, tunable materials, nanotubes and so on in the novel formulations help us in different conditions of treatments. 

  • Biomaterials
  • Biomimetics
  • Cell and material interface in tissue engineering
  • Bioactive and biodegradable materials
  • Biomineralization process
  • Tunable materials
  • Light harvesting materials
  • Self-healing materials
  • Genetic materials

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