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Hydrogel-based tissue engineering scaffold that supports angiogenesis and rapid vascularization
Bioactive hydrogels microengineered from step-growth derived PEG-peptide macromers Problem: Angiogenesis is the process by which new capillary vessels form from existing vasculature, and it is involved in wound healing and embryonic development. The dysregulation of angiogenesis has been implicated in cancer, inflammation, and ischemic diseases....
Microfabricated device for measuring and manipulating human cardiac tissue
Engineered cardiac microtissues embedded within 3D micropatterned matrices Problem: Engineered myocardial tissue is needed to develop organ mimetic models and replace damaged tissue in vivo. Faithfully modeling cardiac tissue biology would enable studies of cardiac physiology and pathophysiology in vitro. Solution: The Chen Lab has developed...
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