UBM was prepared from market-weight pigs (Tissue Source LLC, Lafayette, IN) as previously described (4). Briefly, the tunica serosa, muscularis externa, submucosa, and muscularis mucosa were removed by mechanical delamination, and the urothelial cells of the tunica mucosa were dissociated from the basement membrane by washing with deionized water. The remaining basement membrane and the lamina propria (collectively referred to as UBM) were decellularized by agitation in 0.1% peracetic acid with 4% ethanol for 2 hours at 300 rpm followed by PBS and type 1 water washes. UBM was then lyophilized and milled using a Wiley Mill with a #60 mesh screen.

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