HEART TISSUE RECONSTRUCTION BY LIGHT-CONTROLLED CELL ADHESION, PATTERNING AND ALIGNMENT ON DECELLULARIZED SCAFFOLDS

Cong Li
There is an urgent demand for engineered tissues and organs because of extremely limited donor tissues available for transplant. The challenge of tissue rejection has motivated many researchers to try to remove all of the cells from a heart and then add back in patient matched cells. These recellularized hearts are a promising avenue towards a functional bioartifical heart that is less likely to be rejected. Decellularized extracellular matrix (ECM) scaffolds generated from animal hearts...
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