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By Fong-Chin Su, Shyh-Hau Wang, Ming-Long Yeh

This quantity offers the complaints of the ninth Asian-Pacific convention on scientific and organic Engineering (APCMBE 2014). The complaints deal with a vast spectrum of themes from Bioengineering and Biomedicine, like Biomaterials, synthetic Organs, Tissue Engineering, Nanobiotechnology and Nanomedicine, Biomedical Imaging, Bio MEMS, Biosignal Processing, electronic medication, BME schooling. It is helping clinical and organic engineering pros to engage and alternate their rules and experiences.

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7 when mineralization time was prolonged up to 48 h. chitosan matrix is in apatite structure and no other calcium phosphate phases such as tricalcium phosphate was observed. The broader peak is due to the nano-crystalline of the nature apatite and a noise level exists in the diffraction data caused by the present of amorphous layer in the prepared polymer. The broad peak at 2 θ of 31o is defined by lattice planes (211), (112) and (300) of hydroxyapatite [6]. Fig. 6 XRD pattern of prepared casted thin film (B1) and electrospun fiber (B2).

A. A. (2011). Biomedical exploitation of chitin and chitosan via mechano-chemical disassembly, electrospinning, dissolution in imidazolium ionic liquids, and supercritical drying. Marine Drugs, 9:1510–1533. 3. Jia, Y. , Gu, X. , Kim, H. , & Shen, X. Y. (2007). Fabrication and characterization of poly(vinyl alcohol)/chitosan blend nanofibers produced by electrospinning method. Carbohydrate Polymers, 67:403–409. 4. , & Nie, J. (2008). Electrospun water-soluble carboxyethyl chitosan/poly(vinyl alcohol) nanofibrous membrane as potential wound dressing for skin regeneration.

Fig. 3 The bacterial adsorption tests for P. aeruginosa (a) and S. epidermidis (b) on samples. Patterned TiO2 surface with SB-DA(3-8) was incubated with P. aeruginosa solution and imaged under fluorescence microscope after washing (c). Fig. 4 QCM-D studies for the BSA adsorption on SB-DA SAMs (black), SB-nDA SAMs (red) and O2-Plasma TiO2. and dissipation (b). The photo-responsive property of SB-nDA was carried out by UV irradiation at a laboratorial ambient environment. Firstly, the SB-DA and SB-nDA samples were exposed to UV light for 120 min, followed by washing with PBS.

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