Allogenic myoblast transplantation in the rat anal sphincter.

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OBJECTIVES : To determine the feasibility of injecting rat myoblasts into the intact anal sphincter as a potential treatment for anal incontinence, and to detect transferred myoblast survival and integration. STUDY DESIGN : A pilot study using nonpregnant female Sprague Dawley rodents of 8 to 10 weeks of age. A biopsy of skeletal muscle was harvested from… (More)
DOI: 10.1097/SPV.0b013e3181ec1edd

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@article{Craig2010AllogenicMT, title={Allogenic myoblast transplantation in the rat anal sphincter.}, author={Jocelyn B Craig and Felicia L. Lane and Gabriel I Nistor and Saba Motakef and Quynh-Anh Pham and Hans Keirstead}, journal={Female pelvic medicine & reconstructive surgery}, year={2010}, volume={16 4}, pages={205-8} }