The term âTissue Engineeringâ (TE) was first coined and propagated enthusiasm was great among researchers, clinicians and the public that soon any part of the human organism could be replaced if all efforts would be undertaken to bring the ingenious visions from the first hours into existence.Although many insights can be gained from in vitro testings, and in vivo research in small animals is a splendid way to elucidate principal mechanisms, the translation into large animal models is one necessary step to further advance TE and Regenerative Medicine (RM).We should strive to optimize culture conditions of cells in any thinkable aspect (culture media, 3D cultures, flow through reactors, multi-mixed cell-culture systems etc.) and propagate methods that will lead to an optimal performance of products from tissue Engineering and regenerative Medicine.We need to make clear that tissue Engineering and regenerative Medicine are not hazardous Frankenstein like endeavours but are soundly controlled by the scientific community. (Raymund E Horch, Aldo Boccaccini and Andreas Arkudas, Regenerative Medicine and Tissue Engineering: How Far Are We?)
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Last date updated on July, 2014