Hector Martinez Avila

Showing 18 publications

2019

In Vivo Human Cartilage Formation in Three-Dimensional Bioprinted Constructs with a Novel Bacterial Nanocellulose Bioink

Peter Apelgren, Erdem Karabulut, Matteo Amoroso et al
ACS Biomaterial Science and Engineering
Journal article
2018

Bioprinting of cartilage and skin tissue analogs utilizing a novel passive mixing unit technique for bioink precellularization

Patrick Scott Thayer, Linnea Strid Orrhult, Hector Martinez Avila
Journal of Visualized Experiments. Vol. 2018 (131)
Journal article
2016

"Development of Nanocellulose Bioinks for 3D Bioprinting of Soft Tissue"

Paul Gatenholm, Hector Martinez Avila, Matteo Amoroso et al
Tissue Engineering and Regeneration. 3D Printing and Biofabrication
Book chapter
2016

3D bioprinting of human chondrocyte-laden nanocellulose hydrogels for patient-specific auricular cartilage regeneration

Hector Martinez Avila, S. Schwarz, N. Rotter et al
Bioprinting. Vol. 1-2, p. 22-35
Journal article
2015

3D Bioprinting Human Chondrocytes with Nanocellulose-Alginate Bioink for Cartilage Tissue Engineering Applications

Kajsa Markstedt, Athanasios Mantas, Ivan Tournier et al
Biomacromolecules. Vol. 16 (5), p. 1489-1496
Journal article
2015

Novel bilayer bacterial nanocellulose scaffold supports neocartilage formation in vitro and in vivo

Hector Martinez Avila, Eva-Maria Feldmann, M.M. Pleumeekers et al
Biomaterials. Vol. 44, p. 122-133
Journal article
2015

3D Bioprinting of Human Chondrocyte-laden Nanocellulose Hydrogels for Patient-specific Auricular Cartilage Regeneration

S. Schwarz, Hector Martinez Avila, N. Rotter et al
Tissue Engineering - Part A. Vol. 21, p. S373-S373
Conference contribution
2015

Novel Nanocellulose Alginate Bioink for 3D Bioprinting of Soft Tissue

Paul Gatenholm, Kajsa Markstedt, Athanasios Mantas et al
Tissue Engineering - Part A. Vol. 21, p. S13-S13
Conference contribution
2014

Biocompatibility evaluation of densified bacterial nanocellulose hydrogel as an implant material for auricular cartilage regeneration

Hector Martinez Avila, S. Schwarz, Eva-Maria Feldmann et al
Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology. Vol. 98 (17), p. 7423-7435
Journal article
2014

Bacteria fabricate 3D scaffolds for organ regeneration

Paul Gatenholm, Hector Martinez Avila, Johan Sundberg et al
New Biotechnology. Vol. 31, p. S52-S52
Magazine article
2014

Towards mechanical integrity of tissue-engineered ear cartilage

L. Nimeskern, M. M. Pleumeekers, Hector Martinez Avila et al
Journal of tissue engineering and regenerative medicine. Vol. 8, p. 469-469
Magazine article
2013

Mechanical evaluation of bacterial nanocellulose as an implant material for ear cartilage replacement

L. Nimeskern, Hector Martinez Avila, Johan Sundberg et al
Journal of the Mechanical Behavior of Biomedical Materials. Vol. 22, p. 12-21
Journal article
2013

Developing staining protocols for visualization of tissue-engineering scaffolds using micro computed tomography in native wet state

W. Kuo, L. Nimeskern, Hector Martinez Avila et al
Biomedizinische Technik. Vol. 58 (SUPPL.1)
Journal article
2012

Bioprinting of 3D patient-specific auricular scaffolds

Hector Martinez Avila, Johan Sundberg, Shruti Prakash et al
Journal of tissue engineering and regenerative medicine. Vol. 6, p. 153-153
Magazine article
2012

Evaluation of macroporous bacterial nano-cellulose scaffolds for ear cartilage tissue engineering

Johan Sundberg, Eva-Maria Feldmann, Hector Martinez Avila et al
Journal of tissue engineering and regenerative medicine. Vol. 6, p. 153-153
Magazine article
2012

Bacterial nano-cellulose is a promising mechanically tuneable biomaterial for regenerative tissue engineering of the outer ear

L. Nimeskern, Hector Martinez Avila, M. M. Pleumeekers et al
Journal of tissue engineering and regenerative medicine. Vol. 6, p. 152-152
Magazine article
2012

Mechanical stimulation of fibroblasts in micro-channeled bacterial cellulose scaffolds enhances production of oriented collagen fibers

Hector Martinez Avila, Christian Brackmann, Annika Enejder et al
Journal of Biomedical Materials Research - Part A. Vol. 100A (4), p. 948-957
Journal article

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