Applied Tissue Engineering
by Minoru Ueda
Publisher: InTech 2011
Number of pages: 76
Tissue engineering, which aims at regenerating new tissues, as well as substituting lost organs by making use of autogenic or allogenic cells in combination with biomaterials, is an emerging biomedical engineering field. This unique collection of world-wide expert achievement and experiences represents the current spectrum of possibilities in tissue engineered substitution.
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