In vivo response of polylactic acid-alginate scaffolds and bone marrow-derived cells for cartilage tissue engineering.

@article{Wayne2005InVR,
  title={In vivo response of polylactic acid-alginate scaffolds and bone marrow-derived cells for cartilage tissue engineering.},
  author={Jennifer S. Wayne and Charles L. McDowell and Kelly J. Shields and Rocky S Tuan},
  journal={Tissue engineering},
  year={2005},
  volume={11 5-6},
  pages={953-63}
}
Successful application of tissue-engineering techniques to damaged biological structures is determined by functional performance in vivo. This study evaluated the in vivo response of a tissue-engineered construct composed of a polylactic acid-alginate amalgam seeded with bone marrow-derived mesenchymal stem cells and stimulated in vitro with transforming growth factor beta for cartilage tissue engineering. Constructs were placed in cylindrical osteochondral defects in the canine femoral condyle… CONTINUE READING

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