Production process for stem cell based therapeutic implants: expansion of the production cell line and cultivation of encapsulated cells.

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Cell based therapy promises the treatment of many diseases like diabetes mellitus, Parkinson disease or stroke. Microencapsulation of the cells protects them against host-vs-graft reactions and thus enables the usage of allogenic cell lines for the manufacturing of cell therapeutic implants. The production process of such implants consists mainly of the… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/10_2009_25

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@article{Weber2010ProductionPF, title={Production process for stem cell based therapeutic implants: expansion of the production cell line and cultivation of encapsulated cells.}, author={C. Weber and Susanne Pohl and Ralf Poertner and Pablo Pino-Grace and Dov Freimark and Christine Wallrapp and Paula Richley Geigle and Peter Czermak}, journal={Advances in biochemical engineering/biotechnology}, year={2010}, volume={123}, pages={143-62} }