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Bioengineered hybrid fiber for regenerative medicine

Muscle constitutes the largest organ in humans, accounting for 40% of body mass, and it plays an essential role in maintaining life. Muscle tissue is notable for its unique ability for spontaneous regeneration. However, in serious injuries such as those sustained in car accidents or tumor resection which results in a volumetric muscle loss (VML),…

Muscle represents the biggest organ in humans, accounting for 40percent of body mass, and it plays an essential role in maintaining life. Muscle tissue is famous because of its distinctive capability for spontaneous regeneration. However, in serious injuries such as those sustained in car accidents or tumor resection which results in a volumetric muscle reduction (VML), the muscle’s capacity to recover is greatly diminished. Currently, VML remedies involve surgical interventions with autologous muscle flaps or grafts accompanied by physical treatment. But, surgical procedures often lead to reduced muscular functioning, and in some instances lead to a complete graft failure. Therefore, there is a requirement for further therapeutic options to improve muscle loss healing.
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