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3D bone tissue growth in hollow fibre membrane bioreactor: implications of various process parameters on tissue nutrition.

Abstract:

New experimental evidence shows that hollow fibre membrane bioreactor (HFMB) may be applied to grow bulky bone tissues which may then be implanted into patients to repair skeletal defects. To design effective bone tissue engineering protocols, it is necessary to determine the quantitative relationships between the cell environment and tissue behaviour in HFMBs and their relationship with nutrient supply. It is also necessary to determine under what conditions nutritional limitations may occur...

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Abdullah, NS More by this author
Journal:
The International journal of artificial organs
Volume:
29
Issue:
9
Pages:
841-851
Publication date:
2006-09-05
EISSN:
1724-6040
ISSN:
0391-3988
URN:
uuid:99b1bebf-a405-41d5-aa90-085df44a3c46
Source identifiers:
61768
Local pid:
pubs:61768

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