Use of human mesenchymal cells to improve vascularization in a mouse model for scaffold-based dermal regeneration.

@article{Egaa2009UseOH,
  title={Use of human mesenchymal cells to improve vascularization in a mouse model for scaffold-based dermal regeneration.},
  author={J. Ega{\~n}a and Fernando A Fierro and Stefan Krueger and Martin Bornhaeuser and Ralf Huss and Sergio Lavandero and Hans-G{\"u}nther Machens},
  journal={Tissue engineering. Part A},
  year={2009},
  volume={15 5},
  pages={1191-200}
}
All engineered bioartificial structures developed for tissue regeneration require oxygen and nutrients to establish proper physiological functions. Aiming to improve vascularization during dermal regeneration, we combined the use of a bioartificial collagen scaffold and a defined human mesenchymal cell (MC) line. This cell line, termed V54/2, exhibits typical morphologic and immunohistochemical characteristics of MC. V54/2 cells seeded in the scaffold were able to survive, proliferate, and… CONTINUE READING

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