Alfredo Chico

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Knee articular cartilage samples obtained by arthroscopy from ten patients with well defined knee osteoarthritis (OA) were studied by light and transmission electron microscopy. The morphological phenotype of cells from fibrillated and non-fibrillated regions of OA cartilage was characterized. Three different cell sub-populations were identified. Type 1(More)
Human samples of articular cartilage from the knee of a clinically classified osteoarthritic patient, assessed by arthroscopy as part of the surgical treatment was studied by light and transmission electron microscopy. This particular case differed from others already reported in the variability of cell phenotype within the aggregates or "clones" frequently(More)
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