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Condensation/aggregation process of rabbit-derived chondrocytes on a fibroin-coated patterned substrate was observed to estimate initial aggregation process in fibroin sponge. Chondrocytes were seeded on array of 160 μm diameter pits in three densities: 5 cells/pit (2.5×10 4 cells/cm 2 , LOW),...
We immunohistochemically evaluated whether oral epithelial cells grown on amniotic membrane (AM) would be an effective biomaterial for reconstructing oral mucosal defects. Oral mucosal epithelial cells from albino rabbits were grown for 2–3 weeks on an AM carrier in a co-culture with 3T3...
In order to construct tubes for tissue engineering of composite tubular organs in the gastrointestinal tract, suturing techniques were investigated with regards to (a) type of suture material, (b) state of scaffold, (c) technical variations and (d) changes in scaffold morphology. Collagen...
The clinical treatments with blood purification therapy is most suitable in which a blood compatible adsorbent is employed. In the present study, two kinds of adsorber with different filling ratio (% rate with a bulk volume in the column volume (v)) with 83% (PAB-83) and 100% (PAB-100) were...
Diamond-like carbon (DLC) films were deposited on stainless steel (SUS), titanium (Ti) and nickel titanium (Ni–Ti) substrates using a radiofrequency plasma chemical vapour deposition method. Prior to DLC coating, the substrates were exposed to O2 and N2 plasma to enhance the adhesion strength...
Gabexate mesilate is a non-peptide protease inhibitor, developed in Japan, which is used in the treatment of acute pancreatitis and disseminated intravascular coagulation. This compound is readily hydrolyzed as it has ester bonds in its structure. It is now out of patent in Japan and there are...
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