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Cell-seeding and proliferation on the lumina of PLLA tubules in a Dynamic Couette-Taylor bioreactor

Curran, S.J. and Rice, J.M. and Chen, R. and Donegan, G. and Williams, D.F. and Hunt, J.A. and Black, R.A. (2003) Cell-seeding and proliferation on the lumina of PLLA tubules in a Dynamic Couette-Taylor bioreactor. Tissue Engineering, 9 (4). p. 801. ISSN 1076-3279

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Abstract

Paper presented at the Second Meeting of the European Tissue Engineering Society focusing on cell-seeding and proliferation on the lumina of PLLA tubules in a Dynamic Couette-Taylor Bioreactor.