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Elisabet Farré Guasch *

Autora invitada por SIIC

El trabajo incide en fuentes alternativas de células madre adultas para ingeniería tisular, de fácil acceso y mínima morbilidad para el paciente. Participación de varias instituciones, UIC (Barcelona, España) y ACTA-VU (Amsterdam, Países Bajos).

CELULAS MADRE DE BOLA ADIPOSA DE BICHAT PARA INGENIERIA TISULAR

La bola adiposa de Bichat, presente en la cavidad oral, es una fuente alternativa de células madre, de fácil acceso para odontólogos y cirujanos orales y con una mínima morbilidad para el paciente. La alta expresión de marcadores angiogénicos y su multipotencialidad las hace interesantes para aplicaciones clínicas en ingeniería tisular.

*Elisabet Farré Guasch
describe para SIIC los aspectos relevantes de su trabajo
BUCCAL FAT PAD, AN ORAL ACCESS SOURCE OF HUMAN ADIPOSE STEM CELLS WITH POTENTIAL FOR OSTEOCHONDRAL TISSUE ENGINEERING: AN IN VITRO STUDY
Tissue Engineering: Part C - Methods,
16(5):1083-1094 Oct, 2010

Esta revista, clasificada por SIIC Data Bases, integra el acervo bibliográfico
de la Biblioteca Biomédica (BB) SIIC.

Institución principal de la investigación
*Universidad Internacional de Catalunya (UIC), Barcelona, España
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