Re-Cellularization via Electroporation Therapy (ReCET),the uses electroporation to ablate the superficial layer of the mucosa in the small intestine to induce cell apoptosis without compromising tissue structure.
ReCET is a medical procedure that involves using electroporation to introduce new cells or DNA into the body.
Electroporation uses high-voltage electrical pulses to temporarily create pores in cell membranes, allowing for the introduction of new genetic material or cells.
In ReCET, electroporation is used to introduce new healthy cells into damaged or diseased tissue, with the aim of promoting tissue regeneration and healing.
RECET can be used in a variety of medical applications, including wound healing, organ regeneration, and tissue engineering.