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Development of intestinal scaffolds that mimic native mammalian intestinal tissue

Ladd MR, Costello CM, Gosztyla C, Werts AD, Johnson B, Fulton WB, Martin LY, Redfield EJ, Crawford B, Panaparambil R, Sodhi CP, March JC, Hackam DJ (2019) Development of intestinal scaffolds that mimic native mammalian intestinal tissue. Tissue Eng Part A 25(17-18):1225-1241. doi: 10.1089/ten.TEA.2018.0239

Objective: To develop a scaffold for the generation of an artificial intestine that specifically mimics the architecture and biomechanical properties of the native small intestine, and to evaluate the scaffold in vitro and in vivo.

Summary: Novel scaffolds were developed using PGS with promise for use in artificial intestine for individuals with short bowel syndrome.

Usage: Histology, immunohistochemistry, microscopy (1:500)

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