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Int J Clin Exp Pathol
Kidney transplantation is now one of the most effective treatment for end-stage renal failure. However, organ shortage remains a major problem. Hence, an alternative solution for the limited donor organs is in great need. Xenotransplantation of metanephros and cell-scaffold technology (CST) provide new ways for kidney regeneration. The structure and function of regenerated kidneys using these two methods are compared to identify the trend for kidney regeneration. Kidney scaffolds, which werefatcat:g5mnldi3ljcorakz5jpr7iu4um