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The aim of this study was to determine the influence of two key scaffold design parameters, void fraction (VF) and pore size, on the attachment, growth, and extracellular matrix deposition by several cell types. Disc-shaped, porous, poly(-lactic acid) (L-PLA) scaffolds were manufactured by the...
This report draws upon data from a variety of sources to estimate the size, scope, and growth rate of the contemporary tissue engineering enterprise. At the beginning of 2001, tissue engineering research and development was being pursued by 3,300 scientists and support staff in more than 70...
Sonic hedgehog (Shh) regulates the principal possesses in many developmental stages, including the epithelial–mesenchymal interaction. The extraordinary acceleration of signaling by Shh is responsible for the development of human basal cell carcinomas and trichoepitheliomas; they might...
A considerable oxygen gradient exists in vivo , which exerts regulatory effects on tissue development and function. The objective of this study was to evaluate the feasibility of controlling cell proliferation and differentiation by regulating oxygen tension in a tissue-engineered bioreactor...
One of the basic requirements for the production of tissue-engineered constructs is an effective means of storing both the constructs and the cells that will be used to make them. This paper reports on the cryopreservation of porcine aortic smooth muscle and endothelial cells intended for the...
Two-photon excitation laser scanning microscopy (TPM) was used to image human, porcine, and rabbit nasal septal cartilage. TPM provides optical sections of thick tissue specimens in situ without the use of exogenous dyes or need for tissue fixation. The cartilage tissue was imaged using...
Cultured epithelium has been used successfully in the treatment of extensive burns. Regenerated epidermis, however, lacks such as hair follicles and sweat glands that are common in mammalian skin. We attempted to determine whether cultured epithelium could be induced to form hair follicles by...
To date, introduction of gene-modified cells in vivo is still a critical limitation for cell-based gene therapy. In this study, based on tissue engineering techniques, we developed a three-dimensional (3-D) transfection system to be cell-based gene delivery vehicle. Human trophoblast-like ED 27...
Nonneural derived nerve conduits fail to support regeneration over larger gaps due to lacking viable Schwann cells. Thus, tissue engineering of nerves is focusing on implantation of viable Schwann cells into suitable scaffolds. We established grafts made from acellular muscles and veins,...
A myooid is a three-dimensional skeletal muscle construct cultured from mammalian myoblasts and fibroblasts. The purpose was to compare over several weeks in culture the morphology, excitability, and contractility of myooids developed from neonatal and adult rat cells. The hypotheses tested were...
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