Tissue Engineering by Jeffrey R. Morgan, Martin L. Yarmush

By Jeffrey R. Morgan, Martin L. Yarmush

Harvard clinical university, Boston, MA. tools constructed and utilized in the tissue engineering box. Describes protocols for the construction and review of polymers, scaffolds, and composites. For researchers. Modified-outline layout. DNLM: Tissue tradition - equipment.

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And Witten, T. A. (1987) Structure of many-arm star polymers: a molecular dynamics simulation. Macromol. 20, 13761383. 23. Kuhl, P. R. and Griffith-Cima, L. G. (1996) Tethered epidermal growth factor as a paradigm for growth factor-induced stimulation from the solid phase. Nature Med. 2, 1022-1027. 3 Nondestructive Evaluation of Biodegradable Porous Matrices for Tissue Engineering Leoncio Garrido 1. Introduction Slgmfkant advances m transplantatton therapy for end stage organ failure or ttssue repair have led to a shortage of donor organs and reconstructtve tlssue Alternatives to remedy this deficrency are being mvesttgated In parttcular, the engineering of ttssue using natural or synthetic polymers and Isolated cells from the organ or ttssue of interest has received increasing attention m the past few years (I-9).

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