The effect of detergent-based decellularization procedures on cellular proteins and immunogenicity in equine carotid artery grafts.

Abstract

Decellularized equine carotid arteries (dEAC) may represent a reasonable alternative to alloplastic materials in vascular replacement therapy. Acellularity of the matrix is standardly evaluated by DNA quantification what however may not record sufficiently the degree of matrix immunogenicity. Thus, our aim was to analyze dEAC with a low DNA content for… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.biomaterials.2011.09.015

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