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Endothelial cell seeding and coronary revascularization

Endothelial cell seeding and coronary revascularization

Texas Heart Institute Journal 12(4): 367-369

Endothelial cell seeding of PTFE in canine coronary revascularization is possible. A controlled study comparing EC seeded and nonseeded PTFE and Dacron is currently in progress. We are optimistic of the potential for EC seeding to provide nonthrombogenic flow surfacing for small vessel grafting.

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