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Non-scaffold-based grafts are promising replacement techniques and are used in clinical trials. The decellularized matrices that are used in this technique contain elastic and structural proteins. The matrices are 3D scaffolds that are typically 1 to 10 cm in length and vary in size from 0.5 to 7 mm. Aqueous solutions, such as phosphate buffered saline (PBS), are applied to the matrices to lyse the cells. Then, the aqueous solution is removed via rinsing and the matrix is stored in solution until it is needed. Once the scaffolds are prepared, the cells are mixed in the aqueous solution and the cells are diffused into the scaffold over time. The cells are assumed to survive and synthesize viable ECs. The ECs are synthesized by producing their various components, such as EC proteins (e.g., fibronectin), ECM proteins (e.g., collagen), and SMCs. The in vitro and in vivo effects of the decellularized matrices have been studied, and the grafts show self-healing ability, maintain ECM components, and have similar structures to native tissue. In addition, the grafts exhibit the same mechanical and functional properties as native arteries. The grafts are characterized by magnetic resonance, fluorescent, and optical imaging. The mechanical properties and biocompatibility of decellularized grafts have been investigated. For instance, it has been established that biocompatibility of decellularized grafts is high. Thus, the grafts have been used in research applications and clinical trials.
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