Membrane Transport Characterization

Membrane transport is typically characterized by the capability to retain marker molecules in convective sieving experiments. Membrane transport properties have been extensively reviewed elsewhere (31,46,50).

Figure 5 An example of encapsulated fibroblasts retrieved from monkey lateral ventricle illustrating many of the components listed above. Cells were modified to produce NGF and were encapsulated using Vitrogen as an extracellular matrix. Under these conditions, numerous H&E-positive cells were visible and evenly distributed within the full length of the capsule 1 month following implantation.

Figure 5 An example of encapsulated fibroblasts retrieved from monkey lateral ventricle illustrating many of the components listed above. Cells were modified to produce NGF and were encapsulated using Vitrogen as an extracellular matrix. Under these conditions, numerous H&E-positive cells were visible and evenly distributed within the full length of the capsule 1 month following implantation.

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