Tissue Equivalents Based on Cell-Seeded Biodegradable Microfluidic Constructs.

Kaplan, David, 1953-
Borenstein, Jeffrey.
Megley, Katie.
Wall, Kimberly.
Pritchard, Eleanor M.
Truong, David.
Tao, Sarah.
Herman, Ira M.

One of the principal challenges in the field of tissue engineering and regenerative medicine is the formation of functional microvascular networks capable of sustaining tissue constructs. Complex tissues and vital organs require a means to support oxygen and nutrient transport during the development of constructs both prior to and after host integration, and current approaches have not demonstrate... read more

Biomedical engineering.
Tissue engineering.
Wound healing.
Tufts University. Department of Biomedical Engineering.
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Borenstein, J. T., K. Megley, K. Wall, E. M. Pritchard, D. Truong, D. L. Kaplan, S. L. Tao and I. M. Herman (2010). "Tissue equivalents based on cell-seeded biodegradable microfluidic constructs." Materials 3(3): 1833-1844. doi: 10.3390/ma3031833.
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