Translational hurdles for tissue engineering: an in vitro analysis of commonly used local anaesthetics on skeletal stem cell survival.

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When transferring tissue regenerative strategies involving skeletal stem cells to human application, consideration needs to be given to factors that may affect the function of the cells that are transferred. Local anaesthetics are frequently used during surgical procedures, either administered directly into the operative site or infiltrated subcutaneously… (More)
DOI: 10.1302/0301-620X.94B6.28479

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@article{Tayton2012TranslationalHF, title={Translational hurdles for tissue engineering: an in vitro analysis of commonly used local anaesthetics on skeletal stem cell survival.}, author={Edward R Tayton and James Oliver Smith and Alexander Aarvold and Sudhanshu Kalra and Douglas G. Dunlop and Richard O C Oreffo}, journal={The Journal of bone and joint surgery. British volume}, year={2012}, volume={94 6}, pages={848-55} }