His primary areas of study are Bacterial cellulose, Cellulose, Chemical engineering, Tissue engineering and Composite material. Paul Gatenholm has included themes like Nanocellulose, Scaffold, Biocompatibility, Biomaterial and Microbial cellulose in his Bacterial cellulose study. His research investigates the connection between Nanocellulose and topics such as Nanotechnology that intersect with issues in Plant species.
The Cellulose study combines topics in areas such as Fiber, Silicone, Elongation and Oxygene. His Chemical engineering research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Amylose, Amylopectin, Starch and Polymer chemistry. His work in the fields of 3D bioprinting overlaps with other areas such as Paraffin wax.
His primary areas of investigation include Cellulose, Chemical engineering, Composite material, Bacterial cellulose and Biomedical engineering. His work focuses on many connections between Cellulose and other disciplines, such as Nanotechnology, that overlap with his field of interest in Biofabrication. The study incorporates disciplines such as Organic chemistry and Polymer chemistry in addition to Chemical engineering.
His Bacterial cellulose research includes themes of Nanocellulose, Biocompatibility, Microbial cellulose and Microbiology. His research in Biomedical engineering focuses on subjects like Cartilage, which are connected to Cell biology. His Tissue engineering research incorporates elements of Biomaterial, Biophysics and Scaffold.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in 3D bioprinting, Nanocellulose, Biomedical engineering, Nanotechnology and Cellulose. His studies deal with areas such as Biophysics and Cell growth as well as Nanocellulose. His study looks at the relationship between Biomedical engineering and topics such as Biocompatibility, which overlap with Biomaterial.
His studies in Nanotechnology integrate themes in fields like Supercapacitor and 3D printing. His Cellulose research incorporates themes from Nanofiber, Composite material and Polymer. His Tissue engineering study also includes
Paul Gatenholm focuses on Cellulose, 3D bioprinting, Nanotechnology, Nanocellulose and Tissue engineering. His research in Cellulose intersects with topics in Composite material, 3D printing and Neural tissue engineering. The various areas that Paul Gatenholm examines in his 3D bioprinting study include Chondrocyte, Cartilage and Extracellular matrix, Regeneration, Cell biology.
His work on Carbon nanotube as part of general Nanotechnology research is often related to 3d printed, thus linking different fields of science. In his work, Tissue culture, Adipose tissue and Biocompatibility is strongly intertwined with Biomedical engineering, which is a subfield of Nanocellulose. His research on Tissue engineering frequently links to adjacent areas such as Nanofiber.
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3D Bioprinting Human Chondrocytes with Nanocellulose-Alginate Bioink for Cartilage Tissue Engineering Applications
Kajsa Markstedt;Athanasios Mantas;Ivan Tournier;Héctor Martínez Ávila.
Bacterial cellulose as a potential scaffold for tissue engineering of cartilage
Anna Svensson;Elin Nicklasson;Elin Nicklasson;Tim Harrah;B Panilaitis.
The nature of adhesion in composites of modified cellulose fibers and polypropylene
Johan M. Felix;Paul Gatenholm.
Journal of Applied Polymer Science (1991)
In vivo biocompatibility of bacterial cellulose
Gisela Helenius;Henrik Bäckdahl;Henrik Bäckdahl;Aase Katarina Bodin;Ulf Nannmark.
Journal of Biomedical Materials Research Part A (2006)
Mechanical properties of bacterial cellulose and interactions with smooth muscle cells.
Henrik Bäckdahl;Gisela Helenius;Aase Katarina Bodin;Ulf Nannmark.
Bacterial cellulose-based materials and medical devices: current state and perspectives.
Nathan Petersen;Paul Gatenholm;Paul Gatenholm;Paul Gatenholm.
Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology (2011)
Structure, mechanical and barrier properties of amylose and amylopectin films
A. Rindlav-Westling;Mats Stading;Ann-Marie Hermansson;P. Gatenholm.
Carbohydrate Polymers (1998)
Separation, characterization and hydrogel-formation of hemicellulose from aspen wood.
I Gabrielii;Paul Gatenholm;Wolfgang G. Glasser;Rajesh K. Jain.
Carbohydrate Polymers (2000)
Microporous bacterial cellulose as a potential scaffold for bone regeneration.
Magdalena Zaborowska;Aase Katarina Bodin;Henrik Bäckdahl;J. Popp.
Acta Biomaterialia (2010)
Cartilage Tissue Engineering by the 3D Bioprinting of iPS Cells in a Nanocellulose/Alginate Bioink
Duong Nguyen;Duong Nguyen;Daniel A. Hägg;Alma Forsman;Josefine Ekholm.
Scientific Reports (2017)
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