About Journal

Journal of Tissues and Materials is a peer-reviewed, international journal which aims to publish the high quality original research papers and review papers in the field of tissue engineering and biomaterials, including characterization of biomaterials (physical, chemical and biological), as well as the prediction and examination of their potential applications in biomedical research (considering thus the in vitro and in vivo preclinical studies).

 

Aim and Scope

The JTM covers all key dimensions of the following domains:

  •  Synthesis, characterization and biomedical potential of metallic, ceramic, polymeric, composites and hybrid biomaterials
  • Physical, chemical, biological, pharmaceutical and toxicological features of biomaterials
  • Studies regarding the interactions between biomaterials and biological systems
  • Design biomaterials for modern diagnosis and therapeutic clinical practice (bioimaging, biosensing, biotherapy)
  • Drug delivery, protein delivery, gene delivery, prodrugs, molecular biopharmaceutics
  • Design, development, refinement and biomedical impact of tissue scaffolds regarding hard and soft tissue engineering
  • Promoting the concept of personalized treatment for different types of pathological conditions in the evolutionary context of modern medicine
  • All aspects of tissue engineering
  • Cell seeded matrices
  • Clinical outcomes of engineered tissue implantation
  • Cell-based therapies
  • Genetics
  • Cell and molecular biology
Current Issue: Volume 2, Issue 2 - Serial Number 3, Spring 2019 

Review Article

1. The Role of Hypoxia in Tumor Progression, Metastasis, and Effect on Tumour Microenvironment

Page 1-13

seyed bahram behzad; Feyzollahi Mirak Zoleykha

The Role of Hypoxia in Tumor Progression, Metastasis, and Effect on Tumour Microenvironment


Original Article

2. Investigating Effect of Compression Stocks on Tissues of Legs

Page 14-20

Samaneh Nemati; Shahrokh Shojaei

Investigating Effect of Compression Stocks on Tissues of Legs


Review Article

3. Carbon Nanostructures; The Current Potential Applications In Tissue Engineering

Page 21-41

esmaeil biazar; masoumeh najafi s; saeed heidari k; meysam yazdankhah; Armin bahrami; erfan khalatbari; sara monajemi g; mahshad kamalvand

Carbon Nanostructures; The Current Potential Applications In Tissue Engineering


Original Article

4. Decellularized lung tissue enhanced mesenchymal stem cells proliferation and differentiationn

Page 42-47

morvarid ebadi; Sarah Rajabi; sara soleimani asl

Decellularized lung tissue enhanced mesenchymal stem cells proliferation and differentiationn


Publication Information

Publisher

Editor-in-Chief Managing Editor
Print ISSN
2645-3487

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