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Neocardiogenesis through myocardial tissue engineering

Neocardiogenesis through myocardial tissue engineering ©2017, Keesee WW et al

Neocardiogenesis through myocardial tissue engineering ©2017, Keesee WW et al Classical tissue engineering is based on seeding cells into biodegradable polymer scaffolds or gels, culturing and expanding them in bioreactors, and finally implanting the resulting tissue into the recipient organism, where the maturation of the new organ takes place. Capitalizing on this basic concept, tissue…
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Stem Cell Cardiology – 175 clinical studies – abbreviated references

Neocardiogenesis Foundation Abbreviated references ©2009 W.W. Keesee Editor Neocardiogenesis Definition and Scope The term neocardiogenesis comes from cardiogenesis, which refers to the development of the heart in the embryo; neocardiogenesis, in turn, means the development of the heart in adults. The heart has mechanisms already in place that are responsible for small scale repair. However,…
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