Data for: "Self-assembling silk hydrogels as a mesenchymal stem cell support matrix for stroke"

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Description

Biomaterials such as silk which has self-assembling properties, is biocompatible and biodegradable show promise for improving stem cell delivery and retention for treatment of stroke. The present aims were to assess the capacity of self-assembling silk hydrogels to improve stem cell delivery in vitro and in an in vivo stroke model.

Data formats: pzf Prism, Excel, images in JPJ and powerpoint
Date made available5 Sep 2018
PublisherUniversity of Strathclyde
Date of data production14 Apr 2014 - 1 Mar 2018

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Ibrahim, O. A. S. (Creator), Carswell, H. (Supervisor), Seib, P. (Supervisor), Wongpinyochit, T. (Contributor), McKittrick, C. M. (Contributor), Gorenkova, N. (Contributor), Goudie, A. (Contributor). (5 Sep 2018). Data for: "Self-assembling silk hydrogels as a mesenchymal stem cell support matrix for stroke". University of Strathclyde. CD, AlamarBlue(.pzf), Conformity(.pzf), FTIR, Kinetic_gel_formation_by_light_scattering(.pzf), Rheology(.pzf), SEM, Swelling_test(.pzf), cell_disrtibution_Histology(.pzf). 10.15129/2bbce19a-4b47-43d9-b9d5-7549b4d9ae4a