Injection parameters affect cell viability and implant volumes in automated cell delivery for the brain.

@article{Kondziolka2011InjectionPA,
  title={Injection parameters affect cell viability and implant volumes in automated cell delivery for the brain.},
  author={Douglas Kondziolka and Glenn Temple Gobbel and Wendy K. Fellows-Mayle and Yue-fang Chang and Martin Uram},
  journal={Cell transplantation},
  year={2011},
  volume={20 11-12},
  pages={1901-6}
}
The technique of central nervous system cell implantation can affect the outcome of preclinical or clinical studies. Our goal was to evaluate the impact of various injection parameters that may be of consequence during the delivery of solute-suspended cells. These parameters included (1) the type and concentration of cells used for implantation, (2) the rate at which cells are injected (flow rate), (3) the acceleration of the delivery device, (4) the period of time between cell loading and… CONTINUE READING

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