Assessment of stem cell carriers for tendon tissue engineering in pre-clinical models

@inproceedings{Abbah2014AssessmentOS,
  title={Assessment of stem cell carriers for tendon tissue engineering in pre-clinical models},
  author={Sunny A Abbah and Kyriakos Spanoudes and Timothy R. O’Brien and Abhay Pandit and Dimitrios I Zeugolis},
  booktitle={Stem Cell Research & Therapy},
  year={2014}
}
Tendon injuries are prevalent and problematic, especially among young and otherwise healthy individuals. The inherently slow innate healing process combined with the inevitable scar tissue formation compromise functional recovery, imposing the need for the development of therapeutic strategies. The limited number of low activity/reparative capacity tendon-resident cells has directed substantial research efforts towards the exploration of the therapeutic potential of various stem cells in tendon… CONTINUE READING

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