Bioengineered airway epithelial grafts with mucociliary function based on collagen IV- and laminin-containing extracellular matrix scaffolds

Nick J.I. Hamilton, Dani Do Hyang Lee, Kate H.C. Gowers, Colin R. Butler, Elizabeth F. Maughan, Benjamin Jevans, Jessica C. Orr, Conor J. McCann, Alan J. Burns, Sheila MacNeil, Martin A. Birchall, Christopher O'Callaghan, Robert E. Hynds, Sam M. Janes

Source: Eur Respir J, 55 (6) 1901200; 10.1183/13993003.01200-2019
Journal Issue: June
Disease area: Airway diseases

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Nick J.I. Hamilton, Dani Do Hyang Lee, Kate H.C. Gowers, Colin R. Butler, Elizabeth F. Maughan, Benjamin Jevans, Jessica C. Orr, Conor J. McCann, Alan J. Burns, Sheila MacNeil, Martin A. Birchall, Christopher O'Callaghan, Robert E. Hynds, Sam M. Janes. Bioengineered airway epithelial grafts with mucociliary function based on collagen IV- and laminin-containing extracellular matrix scaffolds. Eur Respir J, 55 (6) 1901200; 10.1183/13993003.01200-2019

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