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Multipotent cells can be generated in vitro from several adult human organs (heart, liver, and bone marrow).
The aims of our study were to verify whether it was possible to generate in vitro, from different adult human tissues, a population of cells that behaved, in culture, as multipotent stem cells and if… Expand
IN VIVO EVALUATION OF THE OSTEOINTEGRATION OF NEW HIGHLY POROUS TRABECULAR TITANIUM
The osteointegration of a new three-dimensional reticular titanium material, Trabecular Titanium™, was assessed using a bilateral cancellous (distal femur, proximal tibia) and cortical (tibia… Expand
Investigation on possible cell sources to be utilized for cardiac cell therapy.
organs (heart, liver, and bone marrow) Multipotent cells can be generated in vitro from several adult human
Reasons using a Ceramic Femoral Component and First Clinical Experience
Metal sensitivity can be considered an emerging issue in TKA (Hallab, 2001). Wear of the polyethylene liner has been addressed with better design of the components, improvement of the material itself… Expand
Multicenter Longitudinal Densitometric Clinical Study on Periprosthetic Osteointegration and Bone Remodelling of Trabecular Titanium
INTRODUCTION Trabecular Titanium™ is an innovative material characterised by an high open porosity and composed by multi-planar regular hexagonal cells. It is not a traditional coating and its… Expand
STEM CELLS ENGRAFTMENT IN A HETEROTOPIC CARDIAC ALLOTRANSPLANTATION MODEL
Multicentre Prospective Densitometric Study on Trabecular Titanium™ Osseointegration
Introduction Trabecular Titanium™ is a highly porous biomaterial with a regular hexagonal cell structure, which has shown excellent mechanical properties. Several in vitro studies reported promising… Expand