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ICS 2005, Montreal

28th August - 2nd September 2005

Podium Session 1 - Tissue Engineering:Chaired by Hannes Strasser and Larissa Rodriguez
Wednesday 31st August 2005

09:30-11:00

6 Abstracts
09:30 1 PDF Abstract INTRAVENOUS DELIVERY OF BONE MARROW CELLS PROMOTES RECOVERY OF LOWER URINARY TRACT FUNCTION IN RATS WITH SPINAL CORD INJURY
Honda M1, Ohata R1, Miyagawa I1 1. Department of Urology, Faculty of Medicine, Tottori University
09:45 2 PDF Abstract HUMAN MDC INJECTION INCREASES LEAK POINT PRESSURE IN A NUDE RAT MODEL OF STRESS URINARY INCONTINENCE
Usiene I1, Kim Y T1, Pruchnic R2, Jankowski R2, Tyagi S1, de Miguel F1, Chancellor M1 1. University of Pittsburgh, 2. Cook Myosite
10:00 3 PDF Abstract Mesenchymal stem cells for functional treatment of urinary incontinence in a rat model
Feil G1, Zimmermann R1, Maurer S1, Boehmler A M2, Krug J1, Wanke I1, Bock C1, Moehle R2, Seitz G2, Stenzl A1, Sievert K1 1. Department of Urology, University of Tuebingen, 2. Department of Medicine II, University of Tuebingen
10:15 4 PDF Abstract Dedifferentiated fat(DFAT) cells can differentiate into bladder smooth muscle cells in vitro and in vivo
Sakuma T1, Matsumoto T2, Sato K1, Igarashi T1, Sugimoto S1, Kano K3, Fukuda N2, Yoshida T1, Takimoto Y1, Mugishima H2 1. The Department of Urology, Nihon University School of Medcine, 2. Division of Cell Regeneration and Transplantation,Nihon University School of Medcine , 3. Department of Animal Science and Resources College of Bioresource Science, Nihion University
10:30 5 PRIZE AWARD: Best Basic Science Abstract
PDF Abstract AUTOLOGOUS ADULT ADIPOSE DERIVED STEM CELLS TRANSPLANTATION REMAINS VIABLE INTO RABBIT'S URETHRAL WALL: A NEW PERSPECTIVE FOR STRESS URINARY INCONTINENCE TREATMENT
Almeida F1, Dantas Y1, Leite K1, Schor N1, Srougi M1, Ortiz V1, Bruschini H1 1. Federal University of Sao Paulo
10:45 6 PDF Abstract Adipose derived stem cells for the tissue engineering of the lower urinary tract. Implications for the treatment of stress urinary incontinence and bladder reconstruction.
Rodriguez L1, Jack G1, Zhang R1, Turner A2, Almeida F2, Alfonso Z1, Zuk P1, Wu B2 1. The Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA, 2. UCLA