Federica Chiellini
Federica Chiellini
Associate Professor, Department of Chemistry & Industrial Chemistry, University of Pisa (Italy)
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Chitosan—A versatile semi-synthetic polymer in biomedical applications
M Dash, F Chiellini, RM Ottenbrite, E Chiellini
Progress in polymer science 36 (8), 981-1014, 2011
Polymeric materials for bone and cartilage repair
D Puppi, F Chiellini, AM Piras, E Chiellini
Progress in polymer Science 35 (4), 403-440, 2010
Additive manufacturing techniques for the production of tissue engineering constructs
C Mota, D Puppi, F Chiellini, E Chiellini
Journal of tissue engineering and regenerative medicine 9 (3), 174-190, 2015
Perspectives on alternatives to phthalate plasticized poly (vinyl chloride) in medical devices applications
F Chiellini, M Ferri, A Morelli, L Dipaola, G Latini
Progress in polymer science 38 (7), 1067-1088, 2013
Fibrin-based scaffold incorporating VEGF-and bFGF-loaded nanoparticles stimulates wound healing in diabetic mice
P Losi, E Briganti, C Errico, A Lisella, E Sanguinetti, F Chiellini, G Soldani
Acta biomaterialia 9 (8), 7814-7821, 2013
Biodegradable nanomats produced by electrospinning: expanding multifunctionality and potential for tissue engineering
N Ashammakhi, A Ndreu, AM Piras, L Nikkola, T Sindelar, H Ylikauppila, ...
Journal of nanoscience and nanotechnology 7 (3), 862-882, 2007
Environmentally Degradable Bio‐Based Polymeric Blends and Composites
E Chiellini, P Cinelli, F Chiellini, SH Imam
Macromolecular bioscience 4 (3), 218-231, 2004
A simple approach to covalent functionalization of boron nitride nanotubes
G Ciofani, GG Genchi, I Liakos, A Athanassiou, D Dinucci, F Chiellini, ...
Journal of colloid and interface science 374 (1), 308-314, 2012
Effect of process parameters on the morphological and mechanical properties of 3D bioextruded poly (ϵ-caprolactone) scaffolds
M Domingos, F Chiellini, A Gloria, L Ambrosio, P Bartolo, E Chiellini
Rapid Prototyping Journal 18 (1), 56-67, 2012
Polycaprolactone scaffolds fabricated via bioextrusion for tissue engineering applications
M Domingos, D Dinucci, S Cometa, M Alderighi, PJ Bártolo, F Chiellini
International journal of biomaterials 2009, 2009
Targeted delivery of protein drugs by nanocarriers
R Solaro, F Chiellini, A Battisti
Materials 3 (3), 1928-1980, 2010
Micro/nanostructured polymeric systems for biomedical and pharmaceutical applications
F Chiellini, AM Piras, C Errico, E Chiellini
Future Medicine Ltd 3 (3), 367-393, 2008
Poly (lactic-co-glycolic acid) electrospun fibrous meshes for the controlled release of retinoic acid
D Puppi, AM Piras, N Detta, D Dinucci, F Chiellini
Acta biomaterialia 6 (4), 1258-1268, 2010
Melt electrospinning of polycaprolactone and its blends with poly (ethylene glycol)
N Detta, TD Brown, FK Edin, K Albrecht, F Chiellini, E Chiellini, PD Dalton, ...
Polymer international 59 (11), 1558-1562, 2010
Production of Bioglass® 45S5–Polycaprolactone composite scaffolds via salt-leaching
V Cannillo, F Chiellini, P Fabbri, A Sola
Composite Structures 92 (8), 1823-1832, 2010
Novel poly (amido‐amine)‐based hydrogels as scaffolds for tissue engineering
P Ferruti, S Bianchi, E Ranucci, F Chiellini, V Caruso
Macromolecular bioscience 5 (7), 613-622, 2005
Novel electrospun polyurethane/gelatin composite meshes for vascular grafts
N Detta, C Errico, D Dinucci, D Puppi, DA Clarke, GC Reilly, F Chiellini
Journal of Materials Science: Materials in Medicine 21 (5), 1761-1769, 2010
Additive manufacturing of wet-spun polymeric scaffolds for bone tissue engineering
D Puppi, C Mota, M Gazzarri, D Dinucci, A Gloria, M Myrzabekova, ...
Biomedical microdevices 14 (6), 1115-1127, 2012
Highly porous polycaprolactone-45S5 Bioglass® scaffolds for bone tissue engineering
P Fabbri, V Cannillo, A Sola, A Dorigato, F Chiellini
Composites Science and Technology 70 (13), 1869-1878, 2010
Poly (hydroxyalkanoates)-based polymeric nanoparticles for drug delivery
C Errico, C Bartoli, F Chiellini, E Chiellini
BioMed Research International 2009, 2009
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