Prototype bioreactor evaluates engineered tissue while creating it

Researchers at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) have developed a prototype bioreactor—a device for culturing cells to create engineered tissues—that both stimulates and evaluates tissue as it grows, mimicking natural processes while eliminating the need to stop periodically to cut up samples for analysis. Tissue created this way might someday be used to replace, for example, damaged or diseased cartilage in the knee and hip.

Prototype bioreactor evaluates engineered tissue while creating it

Researchers at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) have developed a prototype bioreactor—a device for culturing cells to create engineered tissues—that both ...

Thu 3 May 12 from Medical Xpress

Prototype bioreactor evaluates engineered tissue while creating it, Thu 3 May 12 from R&D Mag

Bioreactor non-invasively monitors changes in tissue

A new prototype bioreactor is providing a non-invasive way to monitor important structural changes in developing tissue.

Fri 4 May 12 from The Engineer

Ultrasound idea: Prototype bioreactor evaluates engineered tissue while creating it

Researchers have developed a prototype bioreactor that both stimulates and evaluates tissue as it grows, mimicking natural processes while eliminating the need to stop periodically to cut up ...

Thu 3 May 12 from ScienceDaily

Ultrasound idea: Prototype NIST/CU bioreactor evaluates engineered tissue while creating it

NIST researchers have developed a prototype bioreactor that both stimulates and evaluates tissue as it grows, mimicking natural processes while eliminating the need to stop periodically to cut ...

Thu 3 May 12 from Eurekalert

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