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Academic Article Anastomosis between tissue-engineered intestine and native small bowel.
Academic Article Successful anastomosis between tissue-engineered intestine and native small bowel.
Academic Article Tissue-engineered small intestine: ontogeny of the immune system.
Academic Article Preliminary studies of tissue-engineered intestine using isolated epithelial organoid units on tubular synthetic biodegradable scaffolds.
Academic Article Regenerative signals for intestinal epithelial organoid units transplanted on biodegradable polymer scaffolds for tissue engineering of small intestine.
Academic Article Soft-tissue augmentation with injectable alginate and syngeneic fibroblasts.
Academic Article A tissue-engineered stomach as a replacement of the native stomach.
Academic Article Heterotopic hepatocyte transplantation: assessing the impact of hepatotrophic stimulation.
Academic Article Lymphangiogenesis in tissue-engineered small intestine.
Academic Article Regenerative signals for heterotopic hepatocyte transplantation.
Academic Article Studies of brush border enzymes, basement membrane components, and electrophysiology of tissue-engineered neointestine.
Academic Article Transplantation of hepatocytes using porous, biodegradable sponges.
Academic Article Design and fabrication of biodegradable polymer devices to engineer tubular tissues.
Academic Article Heterotopic hepatocyte transplantation using three-dimensional polymers: evaluation of the stimulatory effects by portacaval shunt or islet cell cotransplantation.
Academic Article Regenerative signals for tissue-engineered small intestine.
Academic Article Orthotopic liver transplantation can protect small bowel free grafts from rejection.
Academic Article Hollow fibers for hepatocyte encapsulation and transplantation: studies of survival and function in rats.
Concept Transplantation, Isogeneic
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  • Transplantation Isogeneic
Funded by the NIH National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences through its Clinical and Translational Science Awards Program, grant number UL1TR002541.