Intraoperative use of enriched collagen and elastin matrices with freshly isolated adipose-derived stem/stromal cells: a potential clinical approach for soft tissue reconstruction

@inproceedings{Alharbi2014IntraoperativeUO,
  title={Intraoperative use of enriched collagen and elastin matrices with freshly isolated adipose-derived stem/stromal cells: a potential clinical approach for soft tissue reconstruction},
  author={Ziyad Alharbi and Sultan Almakadi and Christian Oplaender and Michael Vogt and Hans-Oliver Rennekampff and Norbert Pallua},
  booktitle={BMC surgery},
  year={2014}
}
BACKGROUND Adipose tissue contains a large number of multipotent cells, which are essential for stem cell-based therapies. The combination of this therapy with suitable commercial clinically used matrices, such as collagen and elastin matrices (i.e. dermal matrices), is a promising approach for soft tissue reconstruction. We previously demonstrated that the liposuction method affects the adherence behaviour of freshly isolated adipose-derived stem/stromal cells (ASCs) on collagen and elastin… CONTINUE READING
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