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Autospecies and Post-Myocardial Infarction Sera Enhance the Viability, Proliferation, and Maturation of 3D Cardiac Cell Culture Ran Schwarzkopf, Michal Shachar, Tal Dvir, Yehuda Dayan, Radka Holbova, Jonathan Leor, Smadar Cohen Tissue Engineering, Vol 12, Number 12, 2006 Paper Presented by Kai-Jye Lou November 19, 2007 Slide 1
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Presentation Outline Background Slides 3 – 5 Introduction to Paper Slides 6 – 8 Materials and Methods Slide 9 Figures and Results Slides 10 – 15 Findings Slides 17 – 18 Critiques Slide 19 Future Studies Slides 20 – 22 Slide 2
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Background Maintains Homeostasis Moves nutrients, gases, and wastes to and from cells Helps stabilize body temperature and pH Principle Components Heart Central fluid pump Lungs Gas exchange Veins and Arteries Fluid circulation Capillaries Gas and fluid exchange Slide 3 Human Circulatory System
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Background The Heart Slide 4 Primary Cell Types Cardiac Myocytes Vascular Endothelial Cells Smooth Muscle Cells Purpose Contractile properties Inner lining of blood vessels – Wall of blood vessels
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Pericardium Myocardium Fibrous pericardium Serous pericardium (parietal layer) Pericardial space Serous pericardium (visceral layer) Endocardium Background Cardiac Tissue Layers Slide 5
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Autospecies and Post-Myocardial Infarction Sera Enhance the Viability, Proliferation, and Maturation of 3D Cardiac Cell Culture Ran Schwarzkopf, Michal Shachar, Tal Dvir, Yehuda Dayan, Radka Holbova, Jonathan Leor, Smadar Cohen Tissue Engineering, Vol 12, Number 12, 2006 Slide 6 Introduction
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Introduction Motivation Coronary heart disease is the #1 killer in USA and many other industrialized nations Slide 7 Few treatment options for post-myocardial infarct (post-MI) patients Thrombolytic drugs Percutaneous angioplasty Despite treatment, many patients eventually develop advanced heart failure Potential 3 rd Option: Cardiac tissue graft Culture cardiac tissue in vitro Use 3-D scaffold seeded with cardiac cells and growth factors Graft cultured tissue to repair infarcted region
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