A paper written by Neotherix authors Prof Mike Raxworthy, Dr Lorenzo Pio Serino and Dr Peter Iddon has been published on IEEE Xplore under the proceedings of the 2018 3rd South African Biomedical Engineering Conference (SABEC 2018).
"Electrospun Bioresorbable Tissue Repair Scaffolds - from Laboratory to Clinic", was presented at SABEC 2018 on 4 April 2018 (see previous news item). The paper describes the development of regenerative tissue scaffolds providing 3D structure for cells involved in the repair of soft tissue injuries. It focuses on the translation of EktoTherix™ Tissue Repair Scaffold from early stage laboratory work through manufacturing process development and clinical investigation, and also includes work carried out to develop other electrospun tissue repair scaffolds such as PhotoTherix™ antimicrobial-releasing scaffold.
The paper has been published on IEEE Xplore: M. J. Raxworthy, L. P. Serino and P. D. Iddon, "Electrospun bioresorbable tissue repair scaffolds: From laboratory to clinic," 2018 3rd Biennial South African Biomedical Engineering Conference (SAIBMEC), Stellenbosch, South Africa, 2018, pp. 1-4. DOI: 10.1109/SAIBMEC.2018.8363177 . Alternatively, you can download a PDF of the accepted version here.