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An alternative strategy to the use of in vitro expanded cells in regenerative medicine is the use of freshly isolated stromal cells, where a bioactive scaffold is used to provide an environment(More)
A therapy for regenerating large cartilaginous lesions within the articular surface of osteoarthritic joints remains elusive. While tissue engineering strategies such as matrix-assisted autologous(More)
Regenerating articular cartilage and fibrocartilaginous tissue such as the meniscus is still a challenge in orthopedic medicine. While a range of different scaffolds have been developed for joint(More)
UNLABELLED Freshly isolated stromal cells can potentially be used as an alternative to in vitro expanded cells in regenerative medicine. Their use requires the development of bioactive hydrogels or(More)
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