Bone Tissue Engineering Using Human Cells: A Comprehensive Review on Recent Trends, Current Prospects, and Recommendations

@inproceedings{Kargozar2019BoneTE,
  title={Bone Tissue Engineering Using Human Cells: A Comprehensive Review on Recent Trends, Current Prospects, and Recommendations},
  author={Saeid Kargozar and Masoud Mozafari and Sepideh Hamzehlou and Peiman Brouki Milan and Hae-Won Kim and Francesco Baino},
  year={2019}
}
The use of proper cells for bone tissue engineering remains a major challenge worldwide. Cells play a pivotal role in the repair and regeneration of the bone tissue in vitro and in vivo. Currently, a large number of differentiated (somatic) and undifferentiated (stem) cells have been used for bone reconstruction alone or in combination with different biomaterials and constructs (e.g., scaffolds). Although the results of the cell transplantation without any supporting or adjuvant material have… CONTINUE READING
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