Thursday, November 16, 2006: 3:15 PM-5:45 PM
Yosemite C (Hilton San Francisco)
#612 - Tissue Engineering: Stem Cells in Tissue Engineering (II) (15D13)
Cell-based therapies rely on the understanding and application of stem cell biology in order to improve in vitro tissue development of in vivo tissue regeneration. Engineering principles that will allow the expansion or practical development of stem cell biology are critical to implement the potential clinical benefits of stem cells. This session will include research that enhances our understanding of stem cell processes such as proliferation and differentiation as well as applications of these to cell delivery and tissue engineering.
Chair:Guillermo A. Ameer
CoChair:David V. Schaffer
3:15 PMImmobilized Glycosaminoglycans Reduce Thrombopoietin-Induced Apoptosis during in Vitro Expansion of Megakaryocyte Precursors from Cord Blood Cd34+ Cells
Vipuil Kishore, James F. Eliason, Howard W. Matthew
3:35 PMQuantitative Modeling of Metabolically Mature Na-Butyrate Induced Hepatocyte-like Cells from Embryonic Stem Cells
Nripen S. Sharma, Marianthi Ierapetritou, Rene S. Schloss, Martin L. Yarmush
3:55 PMStem Cell Microarrays: Investigation of Factors That Influence Neural Stem Cell Fate
Randoph S. Ashton, Joseph Peltier, Christopher Fasano, Analeah O'Neil, Sally Temple, David V. Schaffer, Ravi S. Kane
4:15 PMCulture under Reduced Oxygen Dramatically Increases Differentiation of Murine Embryonic Stem Cells into Cardiomyocytes
Daryl E. Powers, Jeffrey Millman, Joao Paulo M. Mattos Almeida, Clark K. Colton
4:35 PMBreak
4:45 PMDifferentiation and Apoptosis in Megakaryocyte-Directed Hematopoietic Stem Cell Cultures
Peter G. Fuhrken, William M. Miller, Eleftherios T. Papoutsakis
5:05 PMVitronectin and Collagen I Differentially Regulate Osteogenesis in Mesenchymal Stem Cells
Anup kumer Kundu, Andrew J. Putnam
5:25 PMEffects of Shear Stress on 3-D Human Mesenchymal Stem Cell Construct Development under Perfusion
Feng Zhao, Teng Ma

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