Tajinder Bhardwaj

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The effect of material geometry, as defined by average pore size, on chondrocyte phenotype and cartilagenous tissue formation in vitro was examined. Bovine articular chondrocytes were plated on porous titanium alloy (Ti6Al4V) discs of different average pore sizes (13, 43, and 68 microm) and grown in culture for 4 weeks. Chondrocyte phenotype was maintained(More)
BACKGROUND Routine tissue processing has generated banks of paraffin-embedded tissue that could be used in retrospective cohort studies to study the molecular changes that occur during cancer development. The purpose of this study was to determine whether a p53 microarray could be used to sequence the p53 gene in DNA extracted from formalin-fixed,(More)
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