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Micro-encapsulation and immuno-isolation of allogenic and xenogenic tissues and cells is a promising method for the treatment of a variety of metabolic disorders. Many years have been spent optimizing spherical microcapsules, yet micro-encapsulation has not achieved its full clinical potential....
Mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs) are multipotent cells that have the capacity to develop into different mature mesenchymal cell types. They were originally isolated from bone marrow, but MSC-like cells have also been isolated from other tissues. The common feature of all of these tissues is that...
Cartilage defects are a major health problem. Tissue engineering has developed different strategies and several biomaterial morphologies, including natural-based ones, for repairing these defects. We used electrospun polycaprolactone (PCL) and starch-compounded PCL (SPCL) nanofiber meshes to...
This study investigated the delivery of bone morphogenetic protein (BMP)4-secreting muscle-derived stem cells (MDSC-B4) capable of inducing bone formation in mice using collagen gel (CG), fibrin sealant (FS), and gelatin sponge carriers. After implanting these various cell-loaded scaffolds...
Adipose-derived adult stem cells (ASCs) have the ability to differentiate into a chondrogenic phenotype in response to specific environmental signals such as growth factors or artificial biomaterial scaffolds. In this study, we examined the hypothesis that a porous scaffold derived exclusively...
Spermatogonial stem cells (SSCs) are increasingly studied for potential use in tissue regeneration due to their ability to dedifferentiate into embryonic stem cellâlike cells. For their successful therapeutic use, these cells must first be expanded in vitro using an appropriate culture...
The possibility of using multipotent adult bone marrowâderived mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs) for tissue-engineering applications hinges on the ability to predictably control their differentiation. Previously, we showed the osteogenic potential of adult bone marrowâderived MSCs cultured...
The goal of this study was to develop a kinetic analysis that could predict the behavior of embryonic stem cell-derived neural progenitor cells (ESNPCs) in response to treatment with neurotrophin-3 (NT-3). Previous studies have shown that NT-3 activates the mitogen-activated protein (MAP) kinase...
Despite the attractive features of nanofibrous scaffolds for cell attachment in tissue-engineering (TE) applications, impeded cell ingrowth has been reported in electrospun scaffolds. Previous findings have shown that the scaffold can function as a sieve, keeping cells on the scaffold surface,...
In a developing organism, tissues emerge from coordinated sequences of cell renewal, differentiation, and assembly that are orchestrated by spatial and temporal gradients of multiple regulatory factors. The composition, architecture, signaling, and biomechanics of the cellular microenvironment...
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