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Figure 2

From: The pro-angiogenic role of hypoxia inducible factor stabilizer FG-4592 and its application in an in vivo tissue engineering chamber model

Figure 2

The construction of tissue engineering chamber model. Teflon isolation chamber with a 12 mm inner diameter and 8 mm height (A) filled with FG-4592 loading fibrin gel (B) was embedded on the dorsal muscle of SD rats (C). The chamber together with fibrin clots and surrounding tissues was explanted (D) and subjected to various histochemistry staining as shown. HE-stained explanted tissue exhibited a fibrin clot (white arrows), dorsal muscle (yellow arrows) and adjacent fibrovascular tissue (blue arrows) growing from the muscle towards the fibrin clot (E) Scale bar: C,D = 10 mm; E = 500 um.