Publication detail

Development of endothelium-denuded human umbilical veins as living scaffolds for tissue-engineered small-calibre vascular grafts

HOENICKA, M. SIEGFRIED, S. BURŠA, J. HUBER, G. HOLGER, B. BIRNBAUM, D. SCHMID, C.

Original Title

Development of endothelium-denuded human umbilical veins as living scaffolds for tissue-engineered small-calibre vascular grafts

English Title

Development of endothelium-denuded human umbilical veins as living scaffolds for tissue-engineered small-calibre vascular grafts

Type

journal article in Web of Science

Language

en

Original Abstract

Tissue-engineered small-calibre vessel grafts may help to alleviate the lack of graft material for coronary and peripheral bypass grafting in an increasing number of patients. This study explored the use of endotheliumdenuded human umbilical veins (HUVs) as scaffolds for vascular tissue engineering in a perfusion bioreactor.

English abstract

Tissue-engineered small-calibre vessel grafts may help to alleviate the lack of graft material for coronary and peripheral bypass grafting in an increasing number of patients. This study explored the use of endotheliumdenuded human umbilical veins (HUVs) as scaffolds for vascular tissue engineering in a perfusion bioreactor.

Keywords

vascular tissue engineering; small-calibre graft; endothelium; biomechanics; human umbilical vein; bioreactor

RIV year

2013

Released

15.04.2013

Publisher

Wiley-Blackwell

Location

Hoboken,England

Pages from

324

Pages to

336

Pages count

13

Documents

BibTex


@article{BUT97226,
  author="Markus {Hoenicka} and Schrammel {Siegfried} and Jiří {Burša} and Georgine {Huber} and Bronger {Holger} and Dietrich {Birnbaum} and Christof {Schmid}",
  title="Development of endothelium-denuded human umbilical veins as living scaffolds for tissue-engineered small-calibre vascular grafts",
  annote="Tissue-engineered small-calibre vessel grafts may help to alleviate the lack of graft material for coronary and
peripheral bypass grafting in an increasing number of patients. This study explored the use of endotheliumdenuded
human umbilical veins (HUVs) as scaffolds for vascular tissue engineering in a perfusion bioreactor.",
  address="Wiley-Blackwell",
  chapter="97226",
  doi="10.1002/term.529",
  institution="Wiley-Blackwell",
  number="4",
  volume="7",
  year="2013",
  month="april",
  pages="324--336",
  publisher="Wiley-Blackwell",
  type="journal article in Web of Science"
}