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Augmentation and repair of tissue defects with in vitro cultured fibroblasts




Title: Augmentation and repair of tissue defects with in vitro cultured fibroblasts.
Abstract: Certain embodiments here in are directed to a method of treating a tissue associated with a defect in a human including wrinkles, rhytids, depressed scar, cutaneous depressions, stretch marks, hyperplasia of the lip, nasolabial fold, melolabial fold, scarring from acne vulgaris, and post-rhinoplasty irregularity. The tissue defect may be treated by introducing a plurality of in vitro cultured autologous fibroblast cells at or proximal to the defect area of the patient's tissue. The autologous fibroblast cells may have been cultured in vitro to expand the number of fibroblast cells in at least one medium that comprises autologous serum. The autologous fibroblast cell cultures may be derived from connective tissue, dermal, fascial fibroblasts, papillary fibroblasts, and/or reticular fibroblasts. ...


- Minneapolis, MN, US
Inventor: Don A. Kleinsek
USPTO Applicaton #: #20070154462
Related Patent Categories: Drug, Bio-affecting And Body Treating Compositions, Whole Live Micro-organism, Cell, Or Virus Containing, Animal Or Plant Cell
The Patent Description & Claims data below is from USPTO Patent Application 20070154462, Augmentation and repair of tissue defects with in vitro cultured fibroblasts.

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stats Patent Info
Application #
US 20070154462 A1
Publish Date
07/05/2007
Document #
File Date
12/31/1969
USPTO Class
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International Class
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Acne Vulgaris Autologous Blasts Connective Tissue Fascia Fibroblast Hyperplasia Labial Rhinoplasty Stretch Marks

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20070705|20070154462|augmentation and repair of tissue defects with in vitro cultured fibroblasts|Certain embodiments here in are directed to a method of treating a tissue associated with a defect in a human including wrinkles, rhytids, depressed scar, cutaneous depressions, stretch marks, hyperplasia of the lip, nasolabial fold, melolabial fold, scarring from acne vulgaris, and post-rhinoplasty irregularity. The tissue defect may be treated |