Microcavitary hydrogel-mediating phase transfer cell culture for cartilage tissue engineering.

@article{Gong2010MicrocavitaryHP,
  title={Microcavitary hydrogel-mediating phase transfer cell culture for cartilage tissue engineering.},
  author={Yihong Gong and Kai Su and Ting Ting. Lau and Rui-Jie Zhou and Dong-An Wang},
  journal={Tissue engineering. Part A},
  year={2010},
  volume={16 12},
  pages={
          3611-22
        }
}
Hydrogels have been widely used as cell-laden vehicles for therapeutic transplantation in regenerative medicine. Although the advantages of biocompatibility and injectability for in situ grafting have made hydrogel a superior candidate in tissue engineering, there remain challenges in long-term efficacy of tissue development using hydrogel, especially when more sophisticated applications are demanded. The major bottleneck lies in environmental constraints for neo-tissue generation in the gel… CONTINUE READING

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