Biomarkers to Detect Molecular Changes in Tissue-Engineered Medical Products

by Henry Rodriguez, PhD, Catherine O'Connell, PhD, Peter E. Barker, PhD, Donald H. Atha, PhD, Pawel Jaruga, PhD, Mustafa Birincioglu, MD, Michael Marino, PhD, Patricia McAndrew, PhD, and Miral Dizdaroglu, PhD
Volume 2, Issue 3 (May/June 2003)

Tissue engineering is an emerging area of biotechnology that will provide replacement tissues for patients, as well as complex, functional biological systems for research and testing in the pharmaceutical industry. A new research area of tissue engineering is the investigation of how living cells interact with and respond to synthetic biomaterial surfaces. The clinical developments that underlie that research include a number of novel tissue-engineered medical products (TEMPs)...

Citation:
Rodriguez H, O'Connell C, Barker PE, Atha DH, Jaruga P, Birincioglu M, Marino M, McAndrew P, Dizdaroglu M. Biomarkers to Detect Molecular Changes in Tissue-Engineered Medical Products. BioProcess J, 2003; 2(3): 65-66.