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Promoting extracellular matrix remodeling via ascorbic acid enhances the survival of primary ovarian follicles encapsulated in alginate hydrogels

The growth of early stage follicles has been a challenge in the development of culture systems for ovarian follicles, for which the authors have developed encapsulating hydrogels to maintain the follicular architecture. This study investigated the supplementation of ascorbic acid to the follicle gro... Full description

Journal Title: Biotechnology and Bioengineering July 2014, Vol.111(7), pp.1417-1429
Main Author: Tagler, David
Other Authors: Makanji, Yogeshwar , Tu, Tao , Bernabé, Beatriz Peñalver , Lee, Raymond , Zhu, Jie , Kniazeva, Ekaterina , Hornick, Jessica E. , Woodruff, Teresa K. , Shea, Lonnie D.
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title: Promoting extracellular matrix remodeling via ascorbic acid enhances the survival of primary ovarian follicles encapsulated in alginate hydrogels
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  • Tagler, David
  • Makanji, Yogeshwar
  • Tu, Tao
  • Bernabé, Beatriz Peñalver
  • Lee, Raymond
  • Zhu, Jie
  • Kniazeva, Ekaterina
  • Hornick, Jessica E.
  • Woodruff, Teresa K.
  • Shea, Lonnie D.
subjects:
  • Tissue Engineering
  • Regenerative Medicine
  • Ovarian Follicle Development
  • Primary Follicle
  • Ascorbic Acid
  • Extracellular Matrix
  • Biomaterial
  • Alginate Hydrogel
ispartof: Biotechnology and Bioengineering, July 2014, Vol.111(7), pp.1417-1429
description: The growth of early stage follicles has been a challenge in the development of culture systems for ovarian follicles, for which the authors have developed encapsulating hydrogels to maintain the follicular architecture. This study investigated the supplementation of ascorbic acid to the follicle growth medium to stimulate extracellular matrix remodeling that maintains the structural integrity of the follicle. The combination of biomaterials and culture medium supported follicle growth/development.
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abstractThe growth of early stage follicles has been a challenge in the development of culture systems for ovarian follicles, for which the authors have developed encapsulating hydrogels to maintain the follicular architecture. This study investigated the supplementation of ascorbic acid to the follicle growth medium to stimulate extracellular matrix remodeling that maintains the structural integrity of the follicle. The combination of biomaterials and culture medium supported follicle growth/development.
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