By Michael J. Hyde, James A. Herrick
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However, semi-xenotransplantation, in which the decellularized donor scaffold is an animal source yet the cells used to populate it are obtained from the human patient-subject, may represent a solution. 70 Despite these advances, not enough progress has yet been made to translate these laboratory studies into the clinical realm. Conclusion: The Science Extensive research and development in many scientific arenas over the past few decades have positioned regenerative medicine to bring exciting new treatment options to clinical reality.
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