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An adaptive system to stimulate culture cells

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5 Author(s)
Martinez, E.P. ; Artificial Vision Lab., Nat. Polytech. Inst. of Mexico (IPN), Mexico City, Mexico ; Luis Nino de Rivera, O. ; Raya-Rivera, A.M. ; Camarillo, D.R.
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An adaptive filter is used to stimulate culture cells in vitro (CCV). Electrical stimulation shows that cells under test grow faster and healthier than non-stimulated. Electrical stimulation in CCV seems to improve cell's condition for future transplantation into human tissues. We present initial results in growing effects after stimulating biopsy child vagina culture cells.

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Circuits and Systems, 2009. MWSCAS '09. 52nd IEEE International Midwest Symposium on

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2-5 Aug. 2009

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