Fibroin, Biomedical engineering, Tissue engineering, Cell biology and Polymer chemistry are her primary areas of study. Her Fibroin research integrates issues from Biomaterial, Biocompatibility, Chemical engineering and Biophysics. Her Biomedical engineering study incorporates themes from Stem cell and Osteoblast.
Her Tissue engineering study combines topics in areas such as Nanotechnology, Scaffold, Matrix, Self-healing hydrogels and Cell type. Antonella Motta works mostly in the field of Cell biology, limiting it down to topics relating to Endothelial stem cell and, in certain cases, Fibronectin, Inosculation and Bone tissue, as a part of the same area of interest. Her Polymer chemistry research incorporates themes from Silk fiber and Sericin.
Antonella Motta mainly focuses on Fibroin, Biomedical engineering, Tissue engineering, Chemical engineering and SILK. Her studies in Fibroin integrate themes in fields like Scaffold, Biocompatibility, Biophysics, Cell biology and Self-healing hydrogels. Her research in Biomedical engineering focuses on subjects like Osteoblast, which are connected to Bone healing.
Her Tissue engineering study which covers Extracellular matrix that intersects with In vitro. Her Chemical engineering research focuses on Adhesion and how it relates to Coating and Protein adsorption. Her SILK research includes themes of Nanotechnology, Genipin, Polymer science and Polymer chemistry.
Antonella Motta focuses on Fibroin, Self-healing hydrogels, Chemical engineering, Tissue engineering and Nanotechnology. Fibroin is a subfield of SILK that Antonella Motta investigates. Cartilage, Biomedical engineering and Gellan gum is closely connected to Regeneration in her research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Self-healing hydrogels.
She has included themes like Ceramic, Silicon and Scaffold in her Chemical engineering study. Her Tissue engineering research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Porosity, Biocompatibility, Characterization, Biophysics and Methacrylate. Her work on Micropatterning and Biomaterial as part of general Nanotechnology research is often related to Context, thus linking different fields of science.
Antonella Motta mainly investigates Fibroin, Polymer science, SILK, Biological evaluation and Core protein. Her studies deal with areas such as Bone healing, Von Kossa stain, Osteoblast, Cell adhesion and Cell biology as well as Fibroin. The various areas that she examines in her Polymer science study include Camel hair and Keratin.
Her work on Spider silk as part of her general SILK study is frequently connected to Biological property and Single type, thereby bridging the divide between different branches of science.
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In vitro evaluation of the inflammatory potential of the silk fibroin.
Matteo Santin;Antonella Motta;Giuliano Freddi;Mario Cannas.
Journal of Biomedical Materials Research (1999)
Tissue-like self-assembly in cocultures of endothelial cells and osteoblasts and the formation of microcapillary-like structures on three-dimensional porous biomaterials.
Ronald E Unger;Anne Sartoris;Kirsten Peters;Antonella Motta.
Scaffolds for tissue engineering and 3D cell culture.
Eleonora Carletti;Antonella Motta;Claudio Migliaresi.
Methods of Molecular Biology (2011)
The healing of confined critical size cancellous defects in the presence of silk fibroin hydrogel
M. Fini;A. Motta;P. Torricelli;G. Giavaresi.
Growth of human cells on a non-woven silk fibroin net: a potential for use in tissue engineering
Ronald E Unger;Michael Wolf;Kirsten Peters;Antonella Motta.
Novel Genipin-Cross-Linked Chitosan/Silk Fibroin Sponges for Cartilage Engineering Strategies
Simone S. Silva;Antonella Motta;Márcia T. Rodrigues;Ana F. M. Pinheiro.
The rapid anastomosis between prevascularized networks on silk fibroin scaffolds generated in vitro with cocultures of human microvascular endothelial and osteoblast cells and the host vasculature
Ronald E. Unger;Shahram Ghanaati;Carina Orth;Anne Sartoris.
Regenerated silk fibroin films: Thermal and dynamic mechanical analysis
Antonella Motta;Luca Fambri;Claudio Migliaresi.
Macromolecular Chemistry and Physics (2002)
Endothelialization of a non-woven silk fibroin net for use in tissue engineering: growth and gene regulation of human endothelial cells.
R.E. Unger;K. Peters;M. Wolf;A. Motta.
Fibroin hydrogels for biomedical applications: preparation, characterization and in vitro cell culture studies.
Antonella Motta;C. Migliaresi;F. Faccioni;P. Torricelli.
Journal of Biomaterials Science-polymer Edition (2004)
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