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Title: Multiple-pulse-mediated electrofusion of intact erythrocyte onto human term placental amnion
Authors: Biswas, Subrata
Guha, Sujoy K
Keywords: Microvilli
Placental amnion
Cell-tissue electrofusion
Graft tissue
Issue Date: 1999
Citation: Bioelectrochemistry and Bioenergetics, 48(2), 431–434
Abstract: The creation of surface modified human term placental amnion by electrofusing human cells onto its surface has been thought of. A multiple-pulse electrofusion protocol with 10 square pulses of 10-ms pulse length, and electric field of 0.2 kV cmy1, can make erythrocyte–amnion tissue electrofusion possible. The protocol devised merge the cell-tissue-adherence steps with fusogenic pulse. The finding opens up a new avenue of cell electrofusion onto human tissue with minimal procedural complexities.
URI: http://eprint.iitd.ac.in/dspace/handle/2074/617
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