Corey Fein

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The application of tissue engineering technology to cardiovascular surgery holds great promise for improving outcomes in patients with cardiovascular diseases. Currently used synthetic vascular grafts have several limitations including thrombogenicity, increased risk of infection, and lack of growth potential. We have completed the first clinical trial(More)
Two B-cell lines, 2F7 and 10C9, were established by single cell cloning from biopsies obtained from two acquired immune deficiency syndrome patients with Burkitt's lymphoma. Representation of the original tumors was verified by demonstration of (1) identical biallelic rearrangement of Ig genes for 2F7 and (2) shared idiotype for 10C9. Both cell lines(More)
We used spin-echo magnetic resonance imaging and proton magnetic resonance spectroscopic imaging in 8 patients with probable Alzheimer's disease and in 10 age-matched elderly control subjects to assess the effects of Alzheimer's disease on the brain. On magnetic resonance images the patients showed significant ventricular enlargements relative to the(More)
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