Comparison between placental and skeletal muscle ECM: in vivo implantation

Purpose of the study Several tissues have been decellularized and their extracellular matrices used as allogeneic or xenogeneic scaffolds, either in orthotopic or heterotopic implantations, for tissue engineering purposes. Placentas have abundant matrix, extensive microvascular structure, immunomodulatory properties, growth factors and are discarded after birth, representing an interesting source of extracellular matrix. This study aimed at comparing decellularized canine placentas and murine skeletal muscles to regenerate skeletal muscles in a rat model.
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2020 Oct;in press
Keywords
Decellularization;  placenta;  skeletal muscle;  extracellular matrix;  regeneration

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Article
Language
eng
Publisher
Informa Healthcare
Country
England
ISSN
0300-8207
1607-8438
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