Stuart L. Riley

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The limited supply of cartilage tissue with appropriate sizes and shapes needed for reconstruction and repair has stimulated research in the area of hydrogels as scaffolds for cartilage tissue engineering. In this study we demonstrate that poly(ethylene glycol) (PEG)-based semi-interpenetrating (sIPN) network hydrogels, made with a crosslinkable(More)
Trauma to the articular cartilage surface of the joint represents a challenging clinical problem due to the very limited ability of this tissue to self-repair. Moreover, repair techniques such as microfracture, which introduce cells into the joint, have unpredictable clinical outcomes as they produce a fibrocartilage tissue that degenerates with time.(More)
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