Alternating current electric field effects on neural stem cell viability and differentiation.

@article{Matos2010AlternatingCE,
  title={Alternating current electric field effects on neural stem cell viability and differentiation.},
  author={Marvi A Matos and Marcus T Cicerone},
  journal={Biotechnology progress},
  year={2010},
  volume={26 3},
  pages={664-70}
}
Methods utilizing stem cells hold tremendous promise for tissue engineering applications; however, many issues must be worked out before these therapies can be routinely applied. Utilization of external cues for preimplantation expansion and differentiation offers a potentially viable approach to the use of stem cells in tissue engineering. The studies reported here focus on the response of murine neural stem cells encapsulated in alginate hydrogel beads to alternating current electric fields… CONTINUE READING

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