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Imaging of intrinsic optical stem cell changes in engineered tissues

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Interactions between stem cells and the surrounding matrix are essential in the development of engineered tissues. Spectroscopic imaging of endogenous sources of optical contrast provides a non-invasive means for monitoring such interactions.

© 2006 Optical Society of America

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