bioengineered tissue

Tissue and tissue scaffolding—polymers with a particular shape—created by manipulating the cells’ core biology to treat injuries to musculoskeletal tissues; it is thought that bioengineered tissue may have potentital to treat defects of cartilage and bone in the future
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bioengineered tissue

Implantation surgery Any tissue created by the techniques of cell biology–eg biochemistry and tissue culture, and materials science, which replaces failed or failing tissue. See Biomaterial.
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To answer the unmet demand, the company developed its proprietary drug screening system that comprises two types of bioengineered tissue constructs from Novoheart's MyHeart Platform, used in three tiers:
9) Chris Samoray wrote about bioengineered tissue that hums in tune with human vocal cords.
Successful transplantation of bioengineered tissue replacements in patients with ocular surface disease.
According to the tissue engineering approach a bioengineered tissue should be able to act as a temporary prosthesis that replace a particular damaged tissue for the time necessaryto thecells, seeded in it or coming from thesites proximal to the implant, to synthesize a new extracellular matrix contributing to the production of a new tissue.
Macchiarini hopes of using transplants of bioengineered tissue to replace parts of the brain tissues damaged by gunshots, concussions etc.
The company offers medical devices in the fields of endovascular therapy, critical care medicine, gastroenterology and endoscopy procedures, general surgery, diagnostic and interventional procedures, bioengineered tissue replacement and regeneration, urology, and obstetrics and gynecology.
"In this indication, bioengineered tissue and cell therapy products are presumably among the very few methods that could achieve sustained healing.
Bioengineered tissue substitutes and negative pressure therapy systems will command the fastest growth opportunities among other wound management products.
In clinical terms, Dermagraft is a bioengineered tissue product manufactured from human fibroblast cells derived from neonatal foreskin tissue.
Whitaker funding has been used to develop a host of other medical devices, including prosthetic implants, drug delivery systems, and bioengineered tissue.
In particular, it can be difficult to identify corneal stem cells and ensure that enough of them are present in the bioengineered tissue to repopulate the ocular surface.
The bioengineered tissue opens a route to developing new therapies for people who have lost their voice due to surgery or disease.