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Instructions for Bio materials:

Bio materials are materials engineered to interact with biological systems, often for medical or healthcare purposes.
Biocompatibility Assessment
Explores how materials interact with living tissues and evaluates their safety for medical implants and devices, focusing on issues like tissue inflammation and rejection
Tissue Engineering Scaffolds:
Investigates the development of materials that mimic the extracellular matrix to support the growth and regeneration of tissues and organs.
Biomaterials for Drug Delivery
 Examines the design of materials that can deliver drugs and therapeutic agents to specific targets in the body enhancing treatment efficacy while minimizing side effects.
Biodegradable Materials:
Focuses on materials that degrade over time, often used for temporary implants that gradually disappear as the body heals or for controlled drug release.
Nanomaterials in Biomedicine:
Explores the use of nanoscale materials, such as nanoparticles and nanocomposites, for applications like cancer therapy, diagnostics, and targeted drug delivery, leveraging their unique properties.
Bio materials

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