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9_15_11_ModelsForTissueEngineering

9_15_11_ModelsForTissueEngineering - Outline of the Lecture...

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Outline of the Lecture Model for Tissue Engineering Artifactual Models Biophysics Molecular Interactions with Cells
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One Can Build Artifactual and Computational Models for Tissue Engineering
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One may build tissue equivalents (models) to study its essential components and properties.
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In a wound-healing model, a gap filled with scaffold and growth factors after removal of a disk of skin is eventually filled with tissue.
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The histology of the scaffold with migrated dermis reveals extensive in-growth of blood vessels.
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