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Advances in Tissue Engineering, Volume 1: Angiogenesis

Editors: Peter C. Johnson, MD and Antonios G. Mikos, PhD

2010 • ISBN13 978-1-934854-16-7 • ISBN e-book 978-1-934854-17-4
Hardcover • 310 pages, 175 illus; 68 color • Trim size: 8-1/2 x 11

Table of Contents

Part 1-Strategic Importance of Angiogenesis in Tissue Engineering

Chapter 1-Strategic Directions in Tissue Engineering
    Peter C. Johnson, Antonios G. Mikos, John P. Fisher, and John A. Jansen

Part 2-Review of Angiogenesis

Chapter 2-Vascularization—The Conduit to Viable Engineered Tissues
    Tamar Kaully, Keren Kaufman-Francis, Ayelet Lesman, and Shulamit Levenberg

Part 3-Control Mechanisms for Vascular Growth

Mechanical Forces

Chapter 3-Interstitial Fluid Flow Intensity Modulates Endothelial Sprouting in Restricted Src-Activated Cell Clusters During Capillary Morphogenesis
    Rodrigo Hernández Vera, Elsa Genové, Lery Alvarez, Salvador Borrós, Roger Kamm,
    Douglas Lauffenburger, and Carlos E. Semino

Chapter 4-Effects of the Mechanical Properties of Collagen Gel on the In Vitro Formation of Microvessel Networks by Endothelial Cells
    Nahoko Yamamura, Ryo Sudo, Mariko Ikeda, and Kazuo Tanishita

Chapter 5-Mechanical Strain Regulates Endothelial Cell Patterning In Vitro
    Takuya Matsumoto, Yu Ching Yung, Claudia Fischbach, Hyun Joon Kong,
    Ryusuke Nakaoka, and David J. Mooney

Drugs and Growth Factors

Chapter 6-Small Molecule Inducers of Angiogenesis for Tissue Engineering
    Kristen A. Wieghaus, Scott M. Capitosti, Christopher R. Anderson, Richard J. Price,
    Brett R. Blackman, Milton L. Brown, and Edward A. Botchwey

Chapter 7-Mechanistic Exploration of Phthalimide Neovascular Factor 1 Using Network Analysis Tools
    Kristen A. Wieghaus, Erwin P. Gianchandani, Milton L. Brown, Jason A. Papin, and
    Edward A. Botchwey

CHapter 8-Delivery of Basic Fibroblast Growth Factor from Gelatin Microsphere Scaffold for the Growth of Human Umbilical Vein Endothelial Cells
    Xin Hao Zhu, Yasuhiko Tabata, Chi-Hwa Wang, and Yen Wah Tong

Chapter 9-Vascularization and Improved In Vivo Survival of VEGF-Secreting Cells Microencapsulated in HEMA-MMA
   Jennifer J. Vallbacka, and Michael V. Sefton

Chapter 10-Platelet-Rich Plasma: Quantification of Growth Factor Levels and the Effect on Growth and Differentiation of Rat Bone Marrow Cells
    Juliette Van Den Dolder, Rob Mooren, Annelies P.G. Vloon, Paul J.W. Stoelinga, 
    and John A. Jansen

Chapter 11-Vascular Endothelial Growth Factor-Releasing Scaffolds Enhance Vascularization and Engraftment of Hepatocytes Transplanted on Liver Lobes
    Alon Kedem, Anat Perets, Iris Gamlieli-Bonshtein, Mona Dvir-Ginzberg,
    Solly Mizrahi, and Smadar Cohen

Co-Culture With Non-Vascular Cells

Chapter 12-Human Aortic Smooth Muscle Cells Promote Arteriole Formation by Coengrafted Endothelial Cells
    Benjamin R. Shepherd, Steven M. Jay, W. Mark Saltzman, George Tellides, and
    Jordan S. Pober

Chapter 13-Microvessel-Like Structures from Outgrowth Endothelial Cells from Human Peripheral Blood in 2-Dimensional and 3-Dimensional Co-Cultures with Osteoblastic Lineage Cells
    Sabine Fuchs, Alexander Hofmann, and C. James Kirkpatrick

Chapter 14-Endothelial Cells Assemble into a 3-Dimensional Prevascular Network in a Bone Tissue Engineering Construct
    Jeroen Rouwkema, Jan De Boer, and Clemens A. Van Blitterswijk

Chapter 15-In Vitro 3D Model for Human Vascularized Adipose Tissue
    Jennifer H. Kang, Jeffrey M. Gimble, and David L. Kaplan

Biomaterial Guidance

Chapter 16-Micropatterning of Poly(Ethylene Glycol) Diacrylate Hydrogels with Biomolecules to Regulate and Guide Endothelial Morphogenesis
    James J. Moon, Mariah S. Hahn, Iris Kim, Barbara A. Nsiah, and Jennifer L. West

Chapter 17-Vascularized Adipose Tissue Grafts from Human Mesenchymal Stem Cells with Bioactive Cues and Microchannel Conduits
    Michael S. Stosich, Barb Bastian, Nicholas W. Marion, Paul A. Clark,
    and Gwendolen Reilly, Jeremy J. Mao

Chapter 18-Design of a Filamentous Polymeric Scaffold for In Vivo Guided Angiogenesis
    Yossi Gafni, Yoram Zilberman, Zohar Ophir, Rinat Abramovitch, Michael Jaffe,
    Zulma Gazit, Avraham Domb, and Dan Gazit

Chapter 19-A Biomaterial Composed of Collagen and Solubilized Elastin Enhances Angiogenesis and Elastic Fiber Formation Without Calcification
    Willeke F. Daamen, Suzan T.M. Nillesen, Ronnie G. Wismans, Dieter P. Reinhardt,
    Theo Hafmans, Jacques H. Veerkamp, and Toin H. van Kuppevelt

Chapter 20-Enhancing Efficacy of Stem Cell Transplantation to the Heart with a PEGylated Fibrin Biomatrix
    Ge Zhang, Qingsong Hu, Elizabeth A. Braunlin, Laura J. Suggs, and Jianyi Zhang

Stem Cells

Chapter 21-In Vitro Angiogenesis Properties of Endothelial Progenitor Cells: A Promising Tool for Vascularization of Ex Vivo Engineered Tissues
    Günter Finkenzeller, Nestor Torio-Padron, Arash Momeni, Alexander T. Mehlhorn,
    and G. Björn Stark

Chapter 22-Comparative Analysis of Methods for Assessment of Circulating Endothelial Progenitor Cells
    Jacob George, Haim Shmilovich, Varda Deutsch, Hylton Miller, Gad Keren, and Arie Roth

Chapter 23-Mesenchymal Stem Cells Enhance Angiogenesis in Mechanically Viable Prevascularized Tissues via Early Matrix Metalloproteinase Upregulation
    Cyrus M. Ghajar, Katherine S. Blevins, Christopher C.W. Hughes, Steven C. George,
    and Andrew J. Putnam

Chapter 24-Influence of Adult Mesenchymal Stem Cells on In Vitro Vascular Formation
    J. Michael Sorrell, Marilyn A. Baber, and Arnold I. Caplan

Chapter 25-Use of Embryonic Stem Cell-Derived Endothelial Cells as a Cell Source to Generate Vessel Structures In Vitro
    Kara E. McCloskey, Meghan E. Gilroy, and Robert M. Nerem

Part 4-Vascular Assembly Techniques

Chapter 26-Prevascularization of a Fibrin-Based Tissue Construct Accelerates the Formation of Functional Anastomosis with Host Vasculature
    Xiaofang Chen, Anna S. Aledia, Cyrus M. Ghajar, Craig K. Griffith, 
    Andrew J. Putnam, Christopher C.W. Hughes, and Steven C. George

Chapter 27-Characterizing Environmental Factors that Impact the Viability of Tissue-Engineered Constructs Fabricated by a Direct-Write Bioassembly Tool
    Cynthia M. Smith, Joseph J. Christian, William L. Warren, and Stuart K. Williams

Chapter 28-Novel Intra-Tissue Perfusion System for Culturing Thick Liver Tissue
    Yuet Mei Khong, Jing Zhang, Sibo Zhou, Christine Cheung, Kai Doberstein,
    Victor Samper, and Hanry Yu

Part 5-Transplantation of Microvascular Networks

Chapter 29-Microvascular Transplantation After Acute Myocardial Infarction
    Benjamin R. Shepherd, James B. Hoying, and Stuart K. Williams

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