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By Mary Ann Liebert, Inc. publishers
The therapeutic use of human cell and tissue products is highly regulated by the U.S. government, but a specific exception allows surgeons to harvest, manipulate, and implant tissues in many commonly performed procedures.
12553176
By Mary Ann Liebert, Inc. publishers
Large or slow-healing wounds that do not receive adequate blood flow could benefit from a novel approach that combines a nanoscale graft onto which three different cell types are layered.
12234127
By Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., publishers
Contact: Vicki Cohn, Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., (914) 740-2100, ext.
By Cambridge Healthtech Institute
Exclusive interviews with Drs. John March, Cornell University; Karen J.L. Burg, Clemson University; and Jonathan Garlick, Tufts University, Presenters at CHI’s Engineering Functional 3-D Tissue Models Conference.
By Cambridge Healthtech Institute
Taking place October 28-29, 2013 in Cambridge, MA, CHI’s Engineering Functional 3-D Tissue Models Conference will deliver a multidisciplinary approach to creating the more biologically relevant third dimension of tissue models.
By Cambridge Healthtech Institute
Headlined by Karen Burg, DL Taylor, Steve Ludbrook and Aaron Morris, CHI's FAST Congress features three days of innovative presentations for more accurate biological response in drug discovery through novel screening technologies and strategies.
12057063
By Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., publishers
Stem cells can be grown on biocompatible scaffolds to form complex tissues such as bone, cartilage, and muscle for repair and regeneration of damaged or diseased tissue.
By Cambridge Healthtech Institute
When: November 17-18, 2011 Where: Omni Parker House - Boston, MA

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By Mary Ann Liebert, Inc. publishers
Methods to improve nerve regeneration using nerve conduits filled with hydrogels can differ significantly in their ability to promote functional recovery depending on the porosity of the conduit and the bioactivity of the hydrogel, according to a new...
12562334
By Mary Ann Liebert, Inc. publishers
The therapeutic use of human cell and tissue products is highly regulated by the U.S. government, but a specific exception allows surgeons to harvest, manipulate, and implant tissues in many commonly performed procedures.
By Mary Ann Liebert, Inc. publishers
Engineered bone marrow grown in a novel microfluidic chip device responds to damaging radiation exposure followed by treatment with compounds that aid in blood cell recovery in a way that mimics living bone marrow.
12553176
By Mary Ann Liebert, Inc. publishers
Large or slow-healing wounds that do not receive adequate blood flow could benefit from a novel approach that combines a nanoscale graft onto which three different cell types are layered.
By Mary Ann Liebert Inc., publishers
Regulation of the emerging areas of tissue engineering and regenerative medicine (TERM) is one of the key barriers to commercial and clinical success of TERM globally.
By Mary Ann Liebert Inc., publishers
Unlocking the complex biological and regenerative processes that would enable humans to regrow digits and limbs "would radically change the prognosis and quality of life for amputees," state the authors of "Looking Ahead to Engineering Epimorphic...
By Mary Ann Liebert Inc., publishers
Rapid, large-scale screening to characterize the different subpopulations of multipotent cells that can be derived from fat tissue is an effective strategy to identify and select for specific cell types that would be advantageous for particular...
By Mary Ann Liebert Inc., publishers
A new study showing the ability to apply a thin coating of viable respiratory epithelial cells to tissue engineered constructs using a commercially available spray device is especially promising for therapeutic approaches in development to repair or...
By Mary Ann Liebert Inc., publishers
Researchers from the Mayo Clinic demonstrated that implantation of a biomaterial scaffold designed to bridge the lesion caused by a spinal cord injury creates a tissue environment more favorable for nerve regeneration.
By Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., publishers
Researchers seeded type II lung epithelial cells into a decellularized lung matrix to study their function and report the unexpected finding that instead of differentiating into type I lung cells, they instead transitioned to become mesenchymal cells, as.
By Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., Publishers
Unlike scaffold-based methods to engineer human tissues for regenerative medicine applications, an innovative synthetic material with the ability to self-assemble into nanostructures to support tissue growth and ultimately degrade offers a promising new..
By Visiongain
LONDON, UK, 3rd of February 2015: A new report by visiongain calculates that the global translational regenerative medicine market will reach $4.8bn in 2015 with revenues showing growth to 2025.
By Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., publishers
In creating engineered tissues intended to repair or regenerate damaged or diseased human tissues, the goal is to build three-dimensional tissue constructs densely packed with living cells.
By Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., publishers
The e-incubator, an innovative miniature incubator that is compatible with magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), enables scientists to grow tissue-engineered constructs under controlled conditions and to study their growth and development in real-time...
By Cambridge Healthtech Institute
Keynote Presentations Delivered by George Church, Anna Collén, Meir Click and More
12234127
By Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., publishers
Contact: Vicki Cohn, Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., (914) 740-2100, ext.
By Cambridge Healthtech Institute
Exclusive interviews with Drs. John March, Cornell University; Karen J.L. Burg, Clemson University; and Jonathan Garlick, Tufts University, Presenters at CHI’s Engineering Functional 3-D Tissue Models Conference.
By Cambridge Healthtech Institute
Taking place October 28-29, 2013 in Cambridge, MA, CHI’s Engineering Functional 3-D Tissue Models Conference will deliver a multidisciplinary approach to creating the more biologically relevant third dimension of tissue models.
By Cambridge Healthtech Institute
Headlined by Karen Burg, DL Taylor, Steve Ludbrook and Aaron Morris, CHI's FAST Congress features three days of innovative presentations for more accurate biological response in drug discovery through novel screening technologies and strategies.
By Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., publishers
Explosive growth in the field of tissue engineering and regenerative medicine has led to innovative and promising applications and techniques, many of which are now being tested in human clinical...
12057063
By Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., publishers
Stem cells can be grown on biocompatible scaffolds to form complex tissues such as bone, cartilage, and muscle for repair and regeneration of damaged or diseased tissue.
By Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., publishers
New, advanced techniques are needed that can mimic the normal blood supply that feeds natural bone to improve the viability and success of restorative procedures to replace damaged or diseased bone tissue using engineered constructs.
By CRC Press
Filling the need for a lab textbook in this rapidly growing field, A Laboratory Course in Tissue Engineering helps students develop hands-on experience.
By Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., publishers
More than half (52%) of the companies comprising the tissue engineering (TE) and stem cell industries are revenue-generating, compared to about 21% four years ago, reports Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News (GEN).
By Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., publishers
The inaugural issue of BioResearch Open Access, a new bimonthly peer-reviewed open access journal, was released today by Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., publishers.
By Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., publishers
Three-dimensional clusters of pancreatic beta-cells that live much longer and secrete more insulin than single cells grown in the laboratory are valuable new tools for studying pancreatic diseases such as diabetes and for testing novel therapies.
By Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., publishers
A novel method for printing human cells onto surfaces in defined patterns can help advance research on tissue engineering and regeneration, as described in an article in Tissue Engineering, Part C, Methods, a journal from Mary Ann Liebert, Inc.
By Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., publishers
The biological scaffold that gives structure to a heart valve after its cellular material has been removed can be freeze-dried and stored for later use as a tissue-engineered replacement valve to treat a failing heart
By Cambridge Healthtech Institute
When: November 17-18, 2011 Where: Omni Parker House - Boston, MA
By Cambridge Healthtech Institute
3 hour course to be held in Boston on November 17 lead by David Kaplan, Ph.D., Tufts University; Melik Demirel, Ph.D., Pennsylvania University; Derek J. Hansford, Ph.D., Ohio State University; and Umut A. Gurkan, Ph.D., Harvard-MIT.

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