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10/13/2010 1 Midterm review Lecture 1-2. Basic Concepts in Tissue Engineering 1. What is tissue engineering? How is it related to other fields? 2. Important concepts In vitro/In vivo tissue engineering Cell sourcing: autologous, allogeneic, xenogeneic Biomaterials: natural vs syntheti Biomaterials: natural vs. synthetic 3D biology: diffusion limit; angiogenesis Bioreactors Tissue preservation Immune acceptance Lecture 3. Tissue Organization and Tissue repair 1. Cell and tissue types (epithelial and mesenchymal cells) 2. Tissue homeostasis (bone marrow, intestine, skin) 3. Tissue repair (cascade of events) Lecture 4. The limit of Cell Expansion 1. The meaning of cell number for therapies 2. The difference in cell expansion potential 3. Hayflict limit and exceptions (ESC, cancer cells, germ cells) 4. The mechanism of Hayflict limit Telomere telomere shortening and Okazaki fragmen Telomere, telomere shortening and Okazaki fragment Mitotic clock Telomerase
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10/13/2010 2 Lecture 5-8. Stem Cells
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