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TISSUE ENGINEERING: PAST, PRESENT, AND FUTURE
1. Introduction
2. Controversy
3. International Guidelines
4. National Policy Systems
5. Conclusion
Human Embryonic Stem Cells: Derivation and Culture
1.Introduction
3.Human Embryonic Stem Cells
4.Culture of hESC Lines
5.Reporting of Derivation
6.Concluding Remarks
2. Differentiation of Embryonic Stem Cells
3. Somatic Stem Cells
4. Conclusion
5. A Common Origin for Bone Marrow Stem Cells
7. Summary
Cord Blood Stem Cells — Potentials and Realities
2.Cord Blood Current Clinical Uses
3.Cord Blood Processing and Cryopreservation
4.Cord Blood Banking
5.Cord Blood Research and Where the Future Lies
2. Types of Adipose Tissue
3. Isolation Procedures
4. Immunophenotype and Cytokine Profile of ASCs
5. Immunogenicity of ASCs
6. Differentiation Potential
8. Conclusions and Future Directions
2.Adult Stem Cells Reside in Niches
4.Key Functions of Stem Cell Niches
5.Niches Control the Fate of Individual Stem Cells
6.The HSC Niche
1.Analysis of Factors
2.Design Strategy
3.DOE Designs
5.Conclusions
3.Fundamental Issues forin VitroCell Culture
4.Cell Culture Processes
5.Quality Assurance and Quality Control
6.International Perspectives
7.Future Developments and Expectations
5.Future Challenges
2.Scaffolds Requirements
4.In Vitroand In VivoEvaluation
5.Discussion
6.Conclusions and Future Work
2.Cell Adhesion and Natural Cell Aggregation
3.Methods of Cell Aggregation
4.Synthetic Cell Aggregation
5.Cell Aggregation on Scaffolds
6.Bioreactors and Cell Aggregation
7.Summary and Conclusion
2. Nanostructured Scaffolds
3. Nanoparticles for Cellular Imaging
4. Conclusions
4.Conclusion
1.Introduction to SensorTechnology
2.The Importance of Mass Transport in SensorPerformance
3.Electrochemical Biosensors
4.Optical Biosensors
5.Mass Sensors
6.Cell Sensing Strategies
7.Tissue Sensing Strategies
8.Conclusions and Outlook
2.Methodology of Microdialysis
4.Summary
2.Principles and Instrumentation
3.Applications of Raman Micro-Spectroscopy to Cells
3. Non-Invasive Tracking of Stem Cells Using MRI
5. Multimodality
6. Conclusions
3. Vascular Tissue Engineering
4. Cartilage
5. Extracorporeal Devices
7. Conclusion
2.Venture Capital — Balancing Risk
3.The Value Proposition
4.“Watch and Wait”
5.The European Regulatory Environment
6.An Evolving Patent Landscape
7.Future Prospects?
2.Controlled Differentiation
4.Encapsulation
5. Bioprocessing forRegenerative Medicine
6.Discussion
2.Mass Transport Challenges in 3D Cell Cultures
3.First Generation of Tissue Engineering Bioreactors
4.Perfusion Bioreactors — Theory and Practice
5.Examples of Perfusion Bioreactors in TE
6.Bioreactors Providing Physical Signals
7.Microfabricated Bioreactors
8.Concluding Remarks and Future Aspects
2.The Product Life Cycle of a Cell-Based Therapeutic
9.Stage 7: Launch — Commercially Available Product
11.Regulations, Guidelines and Codes of Practice
3.Mesenchymal Stromal Cells
5.Future of Stem Cell Therapy
9.Laboratory Uses of Tissue Engineered Skin
1.Tooth Development and Morphology
2.Stem Cells in the Tooth
4.Challenges
2.Tissue Engineering Strategies forUrogenital Repair
4.Kidney
5.Genital Tissues
7.Conclusion
2.Conclusion
2.ANew Treatment Option
3.Acute Myocardial Infarction
4.Chronic Ischaemic Heart Disease
6.The Future forClinical Trials
2.Overview of LVADs
3.LVAD and Myocardial Recovery — Clinical Implications
4.Remodelling versus Reverse Remodelling
5.Conclusion
2. The Choice of Animal
3. Osteochondral Tissue
4. Cellular-Based Tissue Engineering: Regenerative Medicine
1. Introduction to Osteoarticular Repair
2. Impact
3. Current Medical Treatment of OA
4. Current Trials
5. Promising Future Technologies
6. Discussion
2.Lung Morphogenesis
5.Use of Intrinsic Pulmonary ProgenitorCells
2. Mechanical Ventilation
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