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3D Printing Technology and Its Applications for Tissue/Organ Regeneration

Ahn CB, Son KH, Lee JW

Three-dimensional (3D) printing, also known as additive manufacturing (AM), has been used frequently in regenerative or translational medicine. In addition, recent advances in 3D printing technologies have opened the door...
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Toward angiogenesis of implanted bio-artificial liver using scaffolds with type I collagen and adipose tissue-derived stem cells

Lee JG, Bak SY, Nahm JH, Lee SW, Min SO, Kim KS

BACKGROUNDS/AIMS: Stem cell therapies for liver disease are being studied by many researchers worldwide, but scientific evidence to demonstrate the endocrinologic effects of implanted cells is insufficient, and it is...
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Current Status and Future Perspectives of Xenotransplantation

Park CG, Kim JS, Shin JS, Kim YH, Kim SJ

Xenotransplantation using pigs as the transplant source holds great promise to resolve the severe shortage of human organ donors. Although stem-cell-derived organ and tissue regeneration have a potential to solve...
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A Study on an Effective Decellularization Technique for a Xenograft Cardiac Valve: the Effect of Osmotic Treatment with Hypotonic Solution

Sung SC, Kim YJ, Choi SY, Park JE, Kim KH, Kim WH

  • KMID: 2288978
  • Korean J Thorac Cardiovasc Surg.
  • 2008 Dec;41(6):679-686.
BACKGROUND: Cellular remnants in the bioprosthetic heart valve are known to be related to a host's immunologic response and they can form the nidus for calcification. The extracellular matrix of...
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Current Status and Future Perspectives of Xenotransplantation and Stem Cell Research in Transplantation Field

Park CG, Kim JS, Kim YH

The severe shortage of human organ donors is one of the biggest problems with organ transplantation. The solution for this problem would be development of artificial organs or mechanical devices,...
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Tissue Engineering and Stem Cells

Kim BS

Fabricating human organs with tissue engineering and stem cells may be an alternative to current suboptimal therapies for treatment of malfunction or loss of human tissues or organs. From the...
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Study for the Ureteral Reconstruction with Tissue Engineering Using Poly (glycolide/epsilon-caprolactone) Scaffold-1

Bahk JY, Hyun JS, Kim MO, Kwon IK, Park KD, Kim YH

  • KMID: 2292327
  • Korean J Urol.
  • 2001 Apr;42(4):371-378.
PURPOSE: Transplantation is one modality saving human life. But not only lack of the living or cadaveric human organs but also immunologic problems or some ethical situations limit transplantation in...
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Tissue engineering a blood vessel substitute: the role of biomechanics

Nerem RM

The engineering of a functional blood vessel substitute has for a quarter of a century been a "holy grail" within the cardiovascular research community. Such a substitute must exhibit long...
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