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Taylor vortex bioreactors for enhanced mass transport

Curran, S.J. and Black, R.A. (2005) Taylor vortex bioreactors for enhanced mass transport. In: Bioreactors for Tissue Engineering: Principles, Design and Operation. Springer, pp. 151-191. ISBN 1402037406

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Abstract

Advances in stem cell biology, biomaterials science and scaffold design underpin this emerging science. An equally important facet of this field is the rational design and operation of bioreactors to control the nascent tissue growth. This chapter focuses on Taylor vortex bioreactors for enhanced mass transport.