Small agarose microcapsules with cell-enclosing hollow core for cell therapy: transplantation of Ifosfamide-activating cells to the mice with preestablished subcutaneous tumor.

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Cell transplantation after enclosing in microcapsules has been studied as an alternative approach for treatment of wide variety of diseases. In the present study, we examined the feasibility of using agarose microcapsules, having a cell-enclosing hollow core of 100-150 microm in diameter and agarose gel membrane of about 20 microm in thickness, as a device… (More)
DOI: 10.3727/096368909X471143

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@article{Sakai2009SmallAM, title={Small agarose microcapsules with cell-enclosing hollow core for cell therapy: transplantation of Ifosfamide-activating cells to the mice with preestablished subcutaneous tumor.}, author={Shinji Sakai and Ichiro Hashimoto and Shinji Tanaka and Brian S Salmons and Koei Kawakami}, journal={Cell transplantation}, year={2009}, volume={18 8}, pages={933-9} }