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Fig. 5. Induced pluripotent stem cells (iPSCs) cultivated in apple-derived scaffolds. The diagram showcases a range of plant scaffolds, each characterized by distinct shapes and pore sizes. These attributes are critical for fostering the growth and development of iPSCs within the scaffolds. Understanding the morphology and porosity of these scaffolds is essential for optimizing cellular interactions, which is particularly important in tissue engineering and regenerative medicine applications. By utilizing apple-derived scaffolds, researchers aim to leverage the unique properties of plant-based materials to support iPSC growth and differentiation in biomedical contexts. This visualization provides valuable insights into how scaffold architecture influences cell behavior and organization, offering potential avenues for enhancing the efficacy of iPSC-based therapies and tissue engineering strategies. (Reproduced, with permission, copyright 2019, Scientific Reports, Springer)
J. Microbiol. Biotechnol. 2024;34:1003~1016
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