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Koichi Nakayama

  • MD,PhD
  • Professor and Chairman/M.D., Ph.D.
  • Saga University
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Publications (20)

  • A Scaffold-Free Allogeneic Construct From Adipose-Derived Stem Cells Regenerates an Osteochondral Defect in a Rabbit Model

    • Oshima T
    • Nakase J
    • Toratani T
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  • Development of an immunodeficient pig model allowing long-term accommodation of artificial human vascular tubes

    • Itoh M
    • Mukae Y
    • Kitsuka T
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  • Regeneration of esophagus using a scaffold-free biomimetic structure created with bio-three-dimensional printing

    • Takeoka Y
    • Matsumoto K
    • Taniguchi D
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  • Regenerative medicine using stem cells from human exfoliated deciduous teeth (SHED): a promising new treatment in pediatric surgery

    • Taguchi T
    • Yanagi Y
    • Yoshimaru K
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  • Replacement of Rat Tracheas by Layered, Trachea-Like, Scaffold-Free Structures of Human Cells Using a Bio-3D Printing System

    • Machino R
    • Matsumoto K
    • Taniguchi D
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  • Fabrication of scaffold-free tubular cardiac constructs using a Bio-3D printer

    • Arai K
    • Murata D
    • Verissimo A
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  • Progress in scaffold-free bioprinting for cardiovascular medicine

    • Moldovan N
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  • Regeneration of diaphragm with bio-3D cellular patch

    • Zhang X
    • Yanagi Y
    • Sheng Z
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  • Scaffold-free trachea regeneration by tissue engineering with bio-3D printing

    • Taniguchi D
    • Matsumoto K
    • Tsuchiya T
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  • The addition of human iPS cell-derived neural progenitors changes the contraction of human iPS cell-derived cardiac spheroids

    • Mukae Y
    • Itoh M
    • Noguchi R
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  • In vivo and ex vivo methods of growing a liver bud through tissue connection

    • Yanagi Y
    • Nakayama K
    • Taguchi T
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  • In vivo and ex vivo methods of growing a liver bud through tissue connection

    • Yanagi Y
    • Nakayama K
    • Taguchi T
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  • The efficacy of a scaffold-free Bio 3D conduit developed from human fibroblasts on peripheral nerve regeneration in a rat sciatic nerve model

    • Yurie H
    • Ikeguchi R
    • Aoyama T
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  • PD35-04 TREATMENT OF RAT FISTURA MODEL BY SCAFFOLD-FREE PATCH (ZUBUTON) FROM MULTICELLULAR SPHEROIDS MADE OF ADIPOSED DRIVED CELL WITH MANNOSE USING A NEWLY DEVELOPED SCAFFORD FREE BIO-3D PRINTER

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  • Principles of the 'Kenzan' Method for Robotic Cell Spheroid-Based 3D Bioprinting.

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  • C109 MATRIX MANIA: THE COMPLEX WEBS WE WEAVE?: Scaffold-Free Trachea Tissue Engineering Using Bioprinting

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  • Correction: scaffold-free tubular tissues created by a bio-3D printer undergo remodeling and endothelialization when implanted in rat aortae

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  • Osteochondral Regeneration using a Scaffold Free Three-Dimensional Construct of Swine Adipose Tissue-derived Mesenchymal Stem Cells

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  • Building of HD MACs Using Cell Processing Robot for Cartilage Regeneration.

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  • 66 Fabrication of Engineered Pulsatile 3-Dimensional Scaffold-Free Cardiac Tissue from Embryonic Stem Cells

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