New Biological Scaffold Offers Promising Foundation for Engineered Tissues
by Marcia Goodrich, magazine editor
Engineered tissues like artificial skin need a scaffold for cells to grow on. Now a team led by Michigan Tech’s Feng Zhao has coaxed cells called fibroblasts into creating a scaffold that mimics the body’s own internal matrix, and in early tests, cells seem happy to set up residence there.
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