*  William D. Spotnitz
doi:10.1016/S0002-9610(01)00771-1. Spotnitz, William D.; Prabhu, Roshan (2005). "Fibrin Sealant Tissue Adhesive−Review and ... He is a notable researcher in the United States in use of fibrin glue (a surgical adhesive used to create hemostasis). Spotnitz ... He also previously served as the director of the hospital's Tissue Adhesive Center, which promoted and advanced the use of ... For his contributions in the "development of tissue adhesives for surgical use", Spotnitz was inducted into the 2004 class of ...
*  Dermal fibroblast
A study conducted by researchers at the University of Alabama examined the adhesive properties of fibrin tissue adhesives. The ... of fibrin adhesives was on average 53.56 kPA. To seal together tissues the human body uses collagen and elastin to obtain ... and collagen fibers create much stronger bonds between tissues than strands of fibrin polymer. By generating adhesive proteins ... FGF-1 has been experimentally shown to encourage the body's own adhesive tissue to develop and effectively seal the wound ( ...
*  Epineurial repair
The results showed that MDP with fibrin tissue adhesive (FTA) and epineurial sutures were the best performing group among the ... After removal of scarred nerve tissue, the nerve is freed from surrounding soft tissues and its course may be shifted to allow ... Nerve tissue loss is associated with the more severe nerve injuries. 50-60% of sensory and motor neurons has been calculated ... Trauma to the nerve by cutting out each fascicle and fibrosis, a build up of tissue as a reaction, that develops due to the ...
*  Fibrin scaffold
A fibrin scaffold is a network of protein that holds together and supports a variety of living tissues. It is produced ... are essential due to mechanical stress and that can be achieved by combining them with natural biodegradable cell-adhesive ... Fibrin glue or fibrin sealant is also referred to as a fibrin based scaffold and used to control surgical bleeding, speed wound ... Fibrin scaffold is an important element in tissue engineering approaches as a scaffold material. It is advantageous opposed to ...
*  Mesothelium
They can invade and damage nearby tissues and organs. Cancer cells can also metastasize (spread) from their original site to ... Its fibrinolytic capacity becomes insufficient and fibrin accumulates, causing fibrous adhesions between opposing surfaces. ... non-adhesive, and protective surface to facilitate intracoelomic movement. The mesothelium is also implicated in the transport ... Mesothelial hyperplasia Intra-abdominal adhesions: Normally, the mesothelium secretes plasminogen, which removes fibrin ...
*  Adhesion (medicine)
The fibrin then connects the two adjacent structures where damage of the tissues occurred. The fibrin acts like a glue to seal ... In the case of adhesive capsulitis of the shoulder (also known as frozen shoulder), adhesions grow between the shoulder joint ... They may be thought of as internal scar tissue that connects tissues not normally connected. Adhesions form as a natural part ... This often causes inflammation and causes fibrin deposits onto the damaged tissues. ...
*  2008 in science
20 March - The U.S. Food and Drug Administration approves a new medical adhesive - a fibrin sealant called Artiss - for use in ... June Spanish surgeon Paolo Macchiarini carries out the world's first tissue-engineered whole organ transplant, successfully ...
*  Alexey Severtsev
... and fibrin - adhesive coated collagen fleece (TachoComb) in liver surgery». In: «European IHPBA Congress „Athens' 95", 25 −28 ... Digest of acticles: hemostasis and tissue bonding". - «Nycomed Russia - Jpbureau". - Copenhagen - Moscow. - June, 2001. - p. 26 ... Severtsev A. «Different adhesive materials for hemostasis on the raw liver surface». // 4th Congress of the European Chapter of ... Severtsev A. N. "Fibrin glue and other hemostatic agents in liver surgery". Klinicheskiy Vestnik, July - September, 1996, pp. ...
*  Batroxobin
... however there is also a release of tissue plasminogen activator (t-PA). This results in a rapid degradation of fibrin I and a ... Batroxobin could be used as a medical adhesive against bleeding injuries. A study was done, where researchers aimed to examine ... The fibrin-bound batroxobin retains catalytic activity and is a more potent stimulus for fibrin aggregation than fibrin-bound ... 2013). "Batroxobin binds fibrin with higher affinity and promotes clot expansion to a greater extent than thrombin". J Biol ...
*  Contact guidance
"Strain-induced Collagen Organization at the Micro-level in Fibrin-based Engineered Tissue Constructs". Annals of Biomedical ... "Formation of focal adhesion-stress fibre complexes coordinated by adhesive and non-adhesive surface domains". IEE Proceedings ... "Strain-induced Collagen Organization at the Micro-level in Fibrin-based Engineered Tissue Constructs". Annals of Biomedical ... This phenomenon was discovered in 1912, and the terminology was introduced in 1945, but it is with the development of tissue ...
*  Dental extraction
Khiste, Sujeet Vinayak; Naik Tari, Ritam (2013). "Platelet-Rich Fibrin as a Biofuel for Tissue Regeneration". ISRN Biomaterials ... adhesives, absorbable agents, biologics, and combination of products (iii) Combination of both A resorbable haemostatic pack, ... In a surgical extraction the doctor may elevate the soft tissues covering the tooth and bone and may also remove some of the ... Swelling: Often dictated by the amount of surgery performed, to extract a tooth (e.g. surgical insult to the tissues, both hard ...
*  Role of cell adhesions in neural development
doi:10.1007/s00441-012-1345-4. Man, Alan (2011). "Neurite Outgrowth in Fibrin Gels Is Regulated by Substrate Stiffness". Tissue ... It has also been shown that these adhesive cadherin molecules are internalized, and recycled by the migratory neuron. This ... This suggests that in addition to tissue repair, thy-1 might have roles in early CNS tissue development and organization. The ... Some have even proposed that L1CAM expression is elevated in vivo during tissue repair, which would support the notion that it ...
*  Hyaluronic acid
Granulation tissue is the perfused, fibrous connective tissue that replaces a fibrin clot in healing wounds. It typically grows ... By producing anti-adhesive HA, HAS can allow tumor cells to release from the primary tumor mass, and if HA associates with ... The initial granulation tissue formed is highly inflammatory with a high rate of tissue turnover mediated by matrix degrading ... HA is abundant in granulation tissue matrix. A variety of cell functions that are essential for tissue repair may attribute to ...
*  Tarlov cyst
The cysts are carefully separated enough from surrounding tissue to be wrapped with fatty tissue or pericardial biomaterial to ... there have been multiple problems associated with the fibrin glue therapy including seepage of fibrin. It is no longer ... state that blood and its breakdown products acting as foreign-body substance in the subarachnoid space produce local adhesive ... Although fibrin-glue therapy initially had been thought to be a promising therapy in the treatment of these cysts, ...
*  List of MeSH codes (D16)
... tissue adhesives MeSH D27.720.222.410 --- iron chelating agents MeSH D27.720.233.173 --- chromogenic compounds MeSH D27.720. ... fibrin modulating agents MeSH D27.505.519.421.500 --- antifibrinolytic agents MeSH D27.505.519.421.750 --- fibrinolytic agents ...