Anna A. Gryadunova
I.M. Sechenov First Moscow State Medical University
Composite materialNanotechnologySpheroidMaterials scienceBiofabrication
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#2Anna A. Gryadunova (MSMU: I.M. Sechenov First Moscow State Medical University)H-Index: 3
Last. Frederico Pereira D.A.S.H-Index: 9
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Reproducible, scalable, and cost effective fabrication and versatile characterization of tissue spheroids (TS) is highly demanded by 3D bioprinting and drug discovery. Consistent geometry, defined mechanical properties, optimal viability, appropriate extracellular matrix/cell organization are required for cell aggregates aimed for application in these fields. A straightforward procedure for fabrication and systematic multiparametric characterization of TS with defined properties and uniform pred...
#1E. O. Osidak (IMTEK)H-Index: 3
#2Pavel A. KaralkinH-Index: 1
Last. S. P. Domogatsky (IMTEK)H-Index: 1
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Collagen is one of the most promising materials for 3D bioprinting because of its distinguished biocompatibility. Cell-laden constructs made of pure collagen with or without incorporated growth supplements support engineered constructs persistence in culture and are perfectly suitable for grafting. The limiting factor for direct 3D collagen printing was poor printability of collagen solutions, especially admixed with cells or tissue spheroids. In our study, we showed that concentrated solutions ...
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#1Anna A. GryadunovaH-Index: 3
#3E. A. BulanovaH-Index: 7
Last. Vladimir MironovH-Index: 8
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Last. Vladimir Mironov (MSMU: I.M. Sechenov First Moscow State Medical University)H-Index: 34
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ObjectiveChondrospheres represent a variant of tissue spheroids biofabricated from chondrocytes. They are already being used in clinical trials for cartilage repair; however, their biomechanical pr...
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#1V. A. ParfenovH-Index: 5
Last. Vladimir MironovH-Index: 34
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: Tissue spheroids have been proposed as building blocks in 3D biofabrication. Conventional magnetic force-driven 2D patterning of tissue spheroids requires prior cell labeling by magnetic nanoparticles, meanwhile a label-free approach for 3D magnetic levitational assembly has been introduced. Here we present first time report on rapid assembly of 3D tissue construct using scaffold-free, nozzle-free and label-free magnetic levitation of tissue spheroids. Chondrospheres of standard size, shape an...
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#1Vladimir MironovH-Index: 34
#2Alisa D. KnyazevaH-Index: 2
Last. Oleg A. SapozhnikovH-Index: 29
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