Fibrin, the preferred scaffold for cell transplantation after myocardial infarction? An old molecule with a new life.

Abstract

Fibrin is a topical haemostat, sealant and tissue glue, which consists of concentrated fibrinogen and thrombin. It has broad medical and research uses. Recently, several studies have shown that engineered patches comprising mixtures of biological or synthetic materials and progenitor cells showed therapeutic promise for regenerating damaged tissues. In that… (More)
DOI: 10.1002/term.2129

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@article{Roura2017FibrinTP, title={Fibrin, the preferred scaffold for cell transplantation after myocardial infarction? An old molecule with a new life.}, author={Santiago Roura and Carolina G{\'a}lvez-Mont{\'o}n and Antoni Bayes-Genis}, journal={Journal of tissue engineering and regenerative medicine}, year={2017}, volume={11 8}, pages={2304-2313} }