Tissue research

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  • Four Types Of Tissue Research

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    There are four main tissue types in a human’s body which are connective, epithelial, muscular, and nerve tissue. Connective tissue has the largest amount amongst the tissue types and the most distributed of the tissues. Epithelial tissue covers the body surface and forms the lining for most internal cavities. The skin is an organ made up of epithelial tissue which protects the body from dirt, dust, bacteria and other microbes that may be harmful (“Exploring Four Types of Tissues,” 2016). There are

  • Essay about Human Tissues in Medical Research

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    the amazing benefits of human tissue in medical research. These cells have helped with some of the most important advances in the sciences. They are used to develop vaccines for rabies, smallpox, and measles or used for radiation, drugs, cosmetics and viruses research which launched a million dollar industry [ Skloot, 316]. They have been used to find the cure for multibillion people, including most of us today. However, not that many people know where are these tissues come from or the stories of

  • Tissue Engineering Research

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    transplant (National Kidney Foundation). These numbers cannot be ignored because blindness only results in loss of life. Currently, alternatives, such as mechanical devices and artificial prostheses, don’t repair tissue or organ functions because they are not intended for integrating host tissues, and if these alternatives are used for long-term implantation, the recipient could suffer from an inflammatory response (Chapekar). For illnesses such as end-stage liver disease, the only successful treatment

  • A Research Lab On Nervous Tissue

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    year of 2007, our Neurosurgery Research Laboratory experimented a nervous tissue interface consisted of stretch-grown nervous tissue which enabled us to detect and record real-time efferent signals conducted down the nerve and stimulate afferent sensory signaling.32 This bi-directional signaling system was composed of a stretch-grown nervous tissue construct coupled to an electronic interface at one end (Fig. 4). To engineer this unique living and functional nervous tissue in vitro, we utilized bundles

  • Fetal Tissue Research On The Rebound

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    Fetal Tissue Research on the Rebound For some surgeons the National Commission for the Protection of Human Subjects did put a halt to further studies. The National Commissions for the Protection of Human Subject began uproar of legal bans on surgical trails across the United States. One ban stopped research in the field of Parkinson’s disease. Researchers were in the progress of implanting fetal tissue into patients to find a cure for Parkinson’s disease. However, the National Commission of Human

  • Polycaprolactone: Soft Tissue Research

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    An FDA approved polymer that I believe can be used for soft tissue replacement is polycaprolactone, PCL. Polycaprolactone is a biodegradable polymer. Biodegradable polymers break down into natural byproducts after their purpose has been fulfilled. These byproducts include water, inorganic salts, etc. Often biodegradable polymers are used in the medical field bone and cartilage engineering. Polycaprolactone has been applied to bone repair, cartilage repair and bone regeneration. Because of this

  • Fetal Tissue Research And Implants In Frankenstein

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    inventors and inventions go through the same process. Fetal tissue is tissue from an aborted fetus. It is then implanted in a person as a treatment for a disease. With the invention of fetal tissue research and implants, it has caused many positive and negative outlooks in our society. This process was able to save and destroy lives. So, what is Fetal tissue research and implants as you may be asking? It is the idea of transferring fetal tissue between individuals of the same species to treat diseases

  • Ethical Issues In Fetal Tissue Research

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    For the past decade, fetal tissue research has raised worldwide ethical, legal, and social controversy. The primary moral question raised by this practice is whether it is justifiable to “disaggregate living human embryos in order to derive pluripotent cells for purposes of basic research that may someday yield regenerative therapy”(Snead 41). The moral questioning does not arise from what benefits the tissues could possess, but rather how the tissues are acquired because the primary source is from

  • Morality of Amniotic Tissue Research Essay

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    Amniotic Tissue Research It seems that there is always new groundbreaking technology introduced into society. Our hope is to find some magical chemical that will cure all diseases or cancer. Imagine that a miracle substance was found but came, at what some may think is to high a price. Amniotic tissue is remarkable in its healing abilities, however, many think it is wrong to utilize the tissue since it is taken from aborted fetuses and embryos. Are the research processes of fetal tissue in direct

  • Tissue Engineering Research Paper

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    Tissue engineering is a radically new concept for the treatment of disease and injury. It involves the use of the technologies of molecular and cell biology, combined with those of advanced materials science and processing, in order to produce tissue regeneration in situations where evolution has determined that adult humans no longer have innate powers of regeneration. Tissue engineering, however, along with some other aspects of regenerative medicine such as gene therapy, has yet to deliver real