PolySia: Eine neue bioidentische Gerüstsubstanz  
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LITERATUR

In-Vivo-Anwendungen


  • Haastert-Talini,K., Schaper-Rinkel,J., Schmitte,R., Rode,B., Mühlenhoff,M., Schwarzer,D., Dräger,G., Su,Y., Scheper,T., Gerardy-Schahn,R., Grothe,C. (2010). In vivo evaluation of polysialic acide as part of tissue engineered nerve transplants. Tissue Eng Part A, 16, 3085-3098.

  • Schmitte,R., Tipold,A., Stein,V.M., Schenk,H., Flieshardt,C., Grothe,C., Haastert,K. (2010). Genetically modified canine Schwann cells - in vitro and in vivo evaluation of their suitability for periheral nerve tissue engineering. J Neurosci Methods, 186, 202-208.

  • Jungnickel,J., Bramer,C., Bronzlik,P., Lipokatic-Takacs,E., Weinhold,B., Gerardy-Schahn,R., and Grothe,C. (2009). Level and localization of polysialic acid is critical for early peripheral nerve regeneration. Mol. Cell Neurosci., 40, 374-381.

  • Haile,Y., Berski,S., Drager,G., Nobre,A., Stummeyer,K., Gerardy-Schahn,R., and Grothe,C. (2008). The effect of modified polysialic acid based hydrogels on the adhesion and viability of primary neurons and glial cells. Biomaterials, 29, 1880-1891.

  • Haile,Y., Haastert,K., Cesnulevicius,K., Stummeyer,K., Timmer,M., Berski,S., Drager,G., Gerardy-Schahn,R., and Grothe,C. (2007). Culturing of glial and neuronal cells on polysialic acid. Biomaterials, 28, 1163-1173.



   













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