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Histological Processing of Cell-based Fiber

Willie Jones, Phillip Brown and Karen J. L. Burg

Histological Processing of Cell-based Fiber with Regenerative Medicine Application

Histological Processing of Cell-based Fiber by Willie Jones, Phillip Brown and Karen J. L. Burg

This photograph displays five-micron histological sections of a hollow fiber with a green fluorescent protein that labels the mammary epithelial gland cells in the lumen. Cell-based devices are used in regenerative medicine to provide biologically based repairs for damaged tissues and/or organs. The cellular fiber was sectioned in order to determine the fiber morphology, as well as the cellular distribution throughout. A modified toluidine blue stain was applied to the histological section, which stained intracellular structures blue and stained extracellular materials pink.

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