P A Gunatillake

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Country: Australia

Publications

  1. ncbi request reprint Recent developments in biodegradable synthetic polymers
    Pathiraja Gunatillake
    PolyNovo Biomaterials Pty Ltd, Bag 10, Clayton South, Bayview Avenue, Clayton 3169, Australia
    Biotechnol Annu Rev 12:301-47. 2006
  2. ncbi request reprint Biodegradable synthetic polymers for tissue engineering
    P A Gunatillake
    CSIRO Molecular Science, Bag 10, Clayton South MDC, VIC 3169, Australia
    Eur Cell Mater 5:1-16; discussion 16. 2003
  3. doi request reprint Biodegradable and injectable cure-on-demand polyurethane scaffolds for regeneration of articular cartilage
    J A Werkmeister
    CSIRO Molecular and Health Technologies, Clayton South, Victoria 3169, Australia
    Acta Biomater 6:3471-81. 2010
  4. ncbi request reprint Chemosynthesis of bioresorbable poly(gamma-butyrolactone) by ring-opening polymerisation: a review
    Tim Moore
    Molecular Science, CSIRO, Bayview Avenue, Clayton South MDC 3169, Australia
    Biomaterials 26:3771-82. 2005
  5. ncbi request reprint Synthesis of two-component injectable polyurethanes for bone tissue engineering
    Ian C Bonzani
    Department of Materials, Imperial College London, London SW7 2AZ, UK
    Biomaterials 28:423-33. 2007

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Publications5

  1. ncbi request reprint Recent developments in biodegradable synthetic polymers
    Pathiraja Gunatillake
    PolyNovo Biomaterials Pty Ltd, Bag 10, Clayton South, Bayview Avenue, Clayton 3169, Australia
    Biotechnol Annu Rev 12:301-47. 2006
    ..Injectable polymers based on urethane and urethane/acrylate have shown great promise in developing delivery systems for tissue engineered products and therapies...
  2. ncbi request reprint Biodegradable synthetic polymers for tissue engineering
    P A Gunatillake
    CSIRO Molecular Science, Bag 10, Clayton South MDC, VIC 3169, Australia
    Eur Cell Mater 5:1-16; discussion 16. 2003
    ..Polyurethanes have received recent attention for development of degradable polymers because of their great potential in tailoring polymer structure to achieve mechanical properties and biodegradability to suit a variety of applications...
  3. doi request reprint Biodegradable and injectable cure-on-demand polyurethane scaffolds for regeneration of articular cartilage
    J A Werkmeister
    CSIRO Molecular and Health Technologies, Clayton South, Victoria 3169, Australia
    Acta Biomater 6:3471-81. 2010
    ..Further, the composition of the ECM was typical for articular cartilage with prominent collagen type II and type VI and moderate keratin sulphate, particularly for tissue constructs cultured under dynamic conditions...
  4. ncbi request reprint Chemosynthesis of bioresorbable poly(gamma-butyrolactone) by ring-opening polymerisation: a review
    Tim Moore
    Molecular Science, CSIRO, Bayview Avenue, Clayton South MDC 3169, Australia
    Biomaterials 26:3771-82. 2005
    ..Poly(gamma-butyrolactone) can be thought of as being the missing link in the biodegradable polyester family immediately between PGA and PCL and displaying intermediate properties...
  5. ncbi request reprint Synthesis of two-component injectable polyurethanes for bone tissue engineering
    Ian C Bonzani
    Department of Materials, Imperial College London, London SW7 2AZ, UK
    Biomaterials 28:423-33. 2007
    ..Based on preliminary mechanical analysis and cytotoxicity results, these injectable polymers may have a number or potential orthopaedic applications; ranging from bone glues to scaffolds for bone regeneration...