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[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] "This is exciting because, for the first time, it provides a real prospect for treating patients with a blinding surface disease using a stem cell populated tissue equivalent that is simply, quickly and reproducibly prepared.
50] per gram of tissue equivalent as determined by endpoint dilution bioassay in Tg40 mice (Table 1; Figure 1).
The present study aimed at developing tissue equivalent thermoluminescence dosimetry (TLD) materials for monitoring exposures to cancer patients through thermoluminescence in lithium compounds.
the hen's egg test-chorioallantoic membrane (HET-CAM) assay, chorioallantoic membrane vascular assay (CAMVA), tissue equivalent assay]; cytotoxicity assays (e.
The purpose of this study was to determine the effect of epidermal pigmentation on the reflectance signal of agar-based skin tissue equivalent phantoms.
Tissue equivalent optical phantoms for these tissues were prepared from paraffin wax by mixing a specific combination of wax color materials till the best fit surface profile of the phantoms with that of their corresponding tissues were achieved.
Even in a muscle tissue equivalent as low as 15 mg (wet weight), CVs were [less than or equal to]13% for all UDP-sugars.
Organogenesis believes this research will be important in expanding understanding of the biology of oral mucosa and thus in leveraging its expertise in living tissue equivalents into surgical applications such as periodontal surgery.