We study myogenesis in vitro, from satellite cells division to muscle tissue assembly, in chemically and mechanically controlled microenvironments. Our 2D biomaterials are biopolymeric films with precisely controlled biochemical, mechanical and topographical properties. Our 3D approaches are based on micro- and nanofabrication techniques to control and modulate the microenvironment of the cell (more info).
We develop biomaterials for investigating the signaling mechanisms of Bone Morphogenetic Proteins (BMP) presented in a "matrix-bound" manner as well as for enhancing osteoinductive properties of BMP-loaded films onto implants for orthopedic, dental and maxillo-facial surgery, to enhance their osteoinductive properties (more info).
We engineer biopolymeric films and capsules for the delivery of bioactive molecules, including chemokines, hydrophobic drugs or peptides, and to study the response of breast cancer cells to these biofunctional films (more info).
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