Tissue-engineered tracheal reconstruction using three-dimensionally printed artificial tracheal graft: preliminary report.

@article{Chang2014TissueengineeredTR,
  title={Tissue-engineered tracheal reconstruction using three-dimensionally printed artificial tracheal graft: preliminary report.},
  author={Jae Won Chang and Su A Park and Ju-Kyeong Park and Jae Won Choi and Yoo-Suk Kim and Yoo Seob Shin and Chul-Ho Kim},
  journal={Artificial organs},
  year={2014},
  volume={38 6},
  pages={E95-E105}
}
Three-dimensional printing has come into the spotlight in the realm of tissue engineering. We intended to evaluate the plausibility of 3D-printed (3DP) scaffold coated with mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs) seeded in fibrin for the repair of partial tracheal defects. MSCs from rabbit bone marrow were expanded and cultured. A half-pipe-shaped 3DP polycaprolactone scaffold was coated with the MSCs seeded in fibrin. The half-pipe tracheal graft was implanted on a 10 × 10-mm artificial tracheal defect… CONTINUE READING
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