In vitro fabrication of autologous living tissue-engineered vascular grafts based on prenatally harvested ovine amniotic fluid-derived stem cells.

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Amniotic fluid cells (AFCs) have been proposed as a valuable source for tissue engineering and regenerative medicine. However, before clinical implementation, rigorous evaluation of this cell source in clinically relevant animal models accepted by regulatory authorities is indispensable. Today, the ovine model represents one of the most accepted preclinical… (More)
DOI: 10.1002/term.1781

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@article{Weber2016InVF, title={In vitro fabrication of autologous living tissue-engineered vascular grafts based on prenatally harvested ovine amniotic fluid-derived stem cells.}, author={Benedikt Weber and Debora Kehl and Ulrich Bleul and Luc Behr and S{\'e}bastien Sammut and Laura Frese and Agnieszka Ksiazek and Josef Achermann and Gerald F. Stranzinger and J{\'e}r{\^o}me Robert and Bart Sanders and Mich{\'e}le Sidler and Chad E. Brokopp and Steven T Proulx and Thomas Frauenfelder and Roman Schoenauer and Maximilian Yosri Emmert and Volkmar Falk and Simon Philipp Hoerstrup}, journal={Journal of tissue engineering and regenerative medicine}, year={2016}, volume={10 1}, pages={52-70} }