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ASAIO journal (1992)
Microcomputed tomography (µ-CT) is a nondestructive, highresolution, three-dimensional method of analyzing objects. The aim of this study was to evaluate the feasibility of using µ-CT as a noninvasive method of evaluation for tissue-engineering applications. The polyurethane aortic heart valve scaffold was produced using a spraying technique. Cryopreserved/thawed homograft and biological heart valve were decellularized using a detergent mixture. Human endothelial cells and fibroblasts weredoi:10.1097/mat.0b013e31827db6b6 pmid:23438781 fatcat:k7ldnji2lrghxamiipyhsb4i6y