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Tendon ruptures are increasingly common, repair can be difficult, and healing is poorly understood. Tissue engineering approaches often require expansion of cell numbers to populate a construct, and maintenance of cell phenotype is essential for tissue regeneration. Here, we characterize the phenotype of human Achilles tenocytes and assess how this is(More)
Dentine carious lesions can be remineralized under optimal conditions, while the surface characteristics of the caries-attacked area may play an important role in the remineralization process. To understand such a surface mechanism, we examined the microstructures of the remineralized area pretreated with different methods. It was found that dentinal(More)
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