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Tissue Scaffold

The appropriate scaffold for tissue engineering will be one that is created with biology in mind. The goal is for the new tissue grown in the scaffold to integrate with the host tissue. Ideally, the scaffold provides a temporary pathway for regeneration and will degrade either during or after healing, thereby obviating the need to remove the material later and eliminating possible side effects associated with leaving materials in the body. Of course, attention must be paid to ensure that degradation products are non-cytotoxic.

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