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Figure 2

Figure 2. From: Elastomeric Recombinant Protein-based Biomaterials.

The morphology and organization of elastin in (a) aorta, (b) lung, (c) ligament, and (d) ear cartilage [1, 6] (Adapted with permission from Elsevier).

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Figure 1

Figure 1. From: Elastomeric Recombinant Protein-based Biomaterials.

Schematic of elastogenesis process and structure of human tropoelastin. (a) Elastogenesis process, (b) the human tropoelastin structure is dominated by alternating hydrophobic and hydrophilic regions primarily responsible for coacervation and crosslinking, respectively [1] (Adapted with permission from Elsevier).

Nasim Annabi, et al. Biochem Eng J. ;77:110-118.
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Figure 3

Figure 3. From: Elastomeric Recombinant Protein-based Biomaterials.

rhTE/α-elastin composite hydrogels fabricated using (a) atmospheric pressure, (b) dense gas CO2, (c, d) skin fibroblast penetration and growth within porous 3D hydrogels [72] (Adapted with permission from Biomaterials).

Nasim Annabi, et al. Biochem Eng J. ;77:110-118.
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Figure 4

Figure 4. From: Elastomeric Recombinant Protein-based Biomaterials.

Electrspun rhTE-based tissue engineered constructs. (a) SEM image of electrospun rhTE fibers, (b) fluorescence image of rhodamine phalloidin/DAPI stained ECs on rhTE fibers, (c) SEM image of an electrospun rhTE/polycaprolactone (PCL) graft, (d) histology of the graft stained with hematoxylin and eosin, (e) rhTE-based graft with multiple 6–0 prolene sutures, and (f) image from the graft in situ [82, 83](Adapted with permission from Elsevier).

Nasim Annabi, et al. Biochem Eng J. ;77:110-118.

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