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Realization Feature of Mesenchymal Dermal Cells Tissue Engineering Construction Response in Granulating Wound Transplantation in Relation with Time-Frame

DOI: 10.4236/jcdsa.2012.23024, PP. 126-129

Keywords: Brief Report, 3D Cultivated Tissue Engineering Construction, Skin, Mesenchymal Dermal Cells, Sprouting Capillary-Like Structures

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Derma is progenitor cells sours, that are able to differentiate further in several mesodermal lineage and neural and endodermal lineage. Culture conditions, skin taking site and culture medium composition considerably contribute to it. Spheroid cultured mesenchymal dermal cells contribution to skin regeneration in granulating wound in rat model was estimated.


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