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Tissue Engineering by Intrinsic Vascularization in an In Vivo Tissue Engineering Chamber

DOI :

10.3791/54099-v

May 30th, 2016

May 30th, 2016

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1O'Brien Institute Department, St Vincent's Institute of Medical Research, 2Department of Surgery, University of Melbourne, 3Faculty of Health Sciences, Australia Catholic University

This is a guideline for constructing in vivo vascularized tissue using a microsurgical arteriovenous loop or a flow-through pedicle configuration inside a tissue engineering chamber. The vascularized tissues generated can be employed for organ regeneration and replacement of tissue defects, as well as for drug testing and disease modeling.

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