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Fabrication of Biologically Derived Injectable Materials for Myocardial Tissue Engineering

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10.3791/2109-v

December 20th, 2010

December 20th, 2010

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1University of California, San Diego

Methods for preparing an injectable matrix gel from decellularized tissue and injecting it into rat myocardium in vivo are described.

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Biologically Derived Injectable Materials

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