Cardiac Bioassist Association (CBAA)
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Registered in accordance with French law, 7 July 2004.
Increase cooperation between those interested in the science and practice of cardiac bioassist technologies, focused on new emerging therapies for refractory heart failure, including biological approaches to cardiac assist as gene therapy, as well as cellular, vascular, muscular and tissue engineering methods to improve cardiac function; encourage and stimulate investigation and study to increase knowledge of cardiac physiology, pathology and therapy, as well as nanotechnologies for creation of bioartificial myocardium, bioprostheses for cardiac support and regeneration and bioartificial heart.Available with paid subscription only.
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