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Development of a biodegradable microcarrier for the cultivation of human adipose stem cells (hASCs) with a defined xeno- and serum-free medium
Stirred single-use bioreactors in combination with microcarriers (MCs) have established themselves as a technology that has the potential to meet the demands of current and future cell therapeutic markets. However, most of the published processes have been performed using fetal bovine serum (FBS) containing cell culture medium and non-biocompatible MCs. This approach has two significant drawbacks: firstly, the inevitable potential risks associated with the use of FBS for clinical applications;doi:10.21256/zhaw-21391 fatcat:cwkvb5nm2rhr7cnbydbf3w3tpm