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Microencapsulation of viable hepatocytes in HEMA/MMA microcapsules

Grant D. M. Wells

Microencapsulation of viable hepatocytes in HEMA/MMA microcapsules

by Grant D. M. Wells

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Published by National Library of Canada in Ottawa .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesCanadian theses = Thèses canadiennes
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination2 microfiches.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18682388M
ISBN 100315566590
OCLC/WorldCa25367588


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Microencapsulation of viable hepatocytes in HEMA/MMA microcapsules by Grant D. M. Wells Download PDF EPUB FB2

Hwang, J. and Sefton, M. () Effect of microcapsule diameter on the permeability to horseradish peroxidase of individual HEMA-MMA microcapsules. Journal of Controlled Rele – CrossRef Google ScholarCited by: Microencapsulation of Cells.

using HEMA-MMA copolymers for microencapsulation, also reported seeing up to a 10 μJim thick layer of cellular overgrowth after 4. 74 - it is likely that the kDa MWCO HEMA-MMA microcapsules fail to restrict certain complement proteins, resulting in the de struction of xenogeneic cells. 93 Thus,Author: Ronke M Olabisi.

Methods for microencapsulation with HEMA–MMA. Methods Mol Med. ;– Google Scholar. Wells GD, Fisher MM, Sefton MV. Microencapsulation of viable hepatocytes in HEMA–MMA microcapsules: a preliminary study. Biomaterials. ;– Kaur G. et al. () Biomaterials for Cell Encapsulation: Progress Author: Gurbinder Kaur, Francesco Baino, John C.

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Acknowledgements 3. About the Authors 4. Executive Summary 5. Introduction 8. Precursors of Tissue Engineering Emergence and Evolution of a Shared Concept   The present inventors identified aggregation of embryonic stem cells and embryoid bodies (EBs) as the cause of the difficulty in generating large numbers of the embryonic stem cells (ES) cell-derived.

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The permeability of EUDRAGIT RL and HEMA-MMA microcapsules to glucose and inulin. PubMed. Douglas, J A; Sefton, M V. Measurement of the rate of glucose diffusion from EUDGRAGIT RL and HEMA-MMA microcapsules coupled with a Thiele modulus/Biot number analysis of the glucose utilization rate suggests that pancreatic islets and CHO.

Applications of Cell Immobilisation Biotechnology Edited by VIKTOR NEDOVIû University of Belgrade, Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro and RONNIE WILLAERT Free University of Brussels, Brussels, Belgium A C.I.P. Catalogue record for this book. QT 36 Fn ] RF74 â€&#x;dc21 While the authors, editors and publisher believe that drug selection and dosage and the.

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