Mechanical and Cellular Changes During Compaction of a Collagen-Sponge-Based Corneal Stromal Equivalent

Abstract

The need for corneas suitable for transplantation, combined with the decreasing supply, has fueled interest in the development of a corneal replacement. In this study, a collagen-sponge-based stromal equivalent, consisting of human corneal fibroblasts cultured on a type I collagen sponge, was maintained in culture for up to 21 days and characterized with… (More)
DOI: 10.1023/B:ABME.0000012747.97620.3a

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