Menahem Kaufman

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PURPOSE To create and validate an injectable model for autologous in vivo cartilage engineering with ultimate clinical applicability in human subjects. HYPOTHESIS Cartilage can be generated subcutaneously using fibrin glue and autologous chondrocyte components. BACKGROUND To date, cartilage engineering studies have been limited by several factors.(More)
BACKGROUND ROS are involved in the regulation of many physiological and pathological processes. Apoptosis and necrosis are processes that are induced by changes in concentrations of Reactive Oxygen Species (ROS). This study aims to detect and quantify the cellular response to changing ROS concentrations in the scope of apoptosis and necrosis. METHODS(More)
The overall pattern of cephalic neurulation and the concomitant early development of the optic vesicles in mouse embryos were examined by scanning electron microscopy. Paraffin-sectioned specimens were also examined. The overall pattern of closure of the cephalic neural folds accords well with earlier observations of this process. The earliest indication of(More)
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