Year [reference]
ADSC In vivo/ vitro Scaffold Growth factors Differen-tiation Tissue regeneration
2013[1] Human Both nude mice Collagen - Adipocytes Endothelial cells Adipose and loose connective tissues in vivo
2013[156]* Human and rat Both Wistar rat DAT - Adipocytes Adipose tissue and angiogenesis in vivo
2013[72] - Rabbits PPP mesh cage and collagen - - De novoadipose tissue in vivo
2012[157] Human In vitro - - Adipocytes -
2012[158] Human Both Sprague-Dawley rats Cross-linked DAT - Adipocytes Adipose tissue and angiogenesis in vivo
2012[159] Porcine In vivopigs Collagen - No adipogenic differentiation Increased thickness connective tissue
2012[160] Human In vivonude mice Collagen/ gelatin bFGF Adipocytes Increased adipose tissue regeneration and angiogenesis with 1mg/cm2 bFGF
2011[161] Human In vitro Silk VEGF/ laminin Adipocytes -
2010[33] Mice In vitro - - Adipocytes -
2010[73] Mice In vivo athymic mice Collagen type I, PGA, HA - Adipocytes Collagen regenerated more adipose tissue than 2 other scaffolds
2008[162] Human In vitro - - Adipocytes Adipose tissue with collagen fibres and vessels after 4 months culture
2008[163] GFP Mice Both Athymic mice Fibrin glue - Adipocytes ADSC contributed to adipogenesis
2008[164] Human Both athymic mice Gelatin sponges and PGA meshes in PPP mesh - Adipocytes Adipose tissue in vivowith preservation of predefined shape of scaffolds at 6 months
Table 2: Adipose tissue regeneration with ADSC. *In vitro human ADSC differentiation and in vivo rat ADSC implantation. DAT: decellularised adipose tissue; PPP: Polypropylene; HA: hyaluronic acid; PGA: polyglycolic acid.