Work described herein characterizes tissues formed using scaffold-free, non-adherent systems and investigates their utility in modular approaches to tissue engineering. Immunofluorescence analysis revealed that all tissues formed using scaffold-free, non-adherent systems organize tissue cortical cytoskeletons that appear to be under tension.
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Researchers including Professor Irene Georgakoudi, Department of Biomedical Engineering, use laser microscopy technique to detect ovarian metastatic cancer. Read the Story Engineers make transistors and electronic devices from thread Cell tracking demonstrated that fibrochondrocytes, osteoblasts, and osteocytes in the healing interface at postoperative 8-week partly originated from the sandwiched ASCs-sheets. On that basis, we propose the use of this book-shaped AFS and cell sheet technique for fabricating tissue-engineered fibrocartilage to improve bone–tendon healing.
Live-cell Bioprinting for Tissue Engineering Advances in Scaffold-Free, Cell Spheroids-Based Tissue Engineering Biomaterials-Bio3D Printing Biofabrication: from new technologies to clinical applications New frontier strategies in the fabrication of vascularized tissues Vascularization in Tissue & Organ Engineering In vivo Bioreactor ? A number of alternative treatments are already in use to treat large burns and ulcers. Despite intense efforts to develop tissue-engineered skin, delayed or absent vascularization is one of the major reasons for tissue-engineered skin engraftment failure. To overcome these problems, we developed a scaffold-free 3… CONTINUE READING