CELL-BASED THERAPY FOR THE TREATMENT OF FOCAL ARTICULAR CARTILAGE LESIONS: A REVIEW OF SIX YEARS OF STUDIES IN A MALAYSIAN UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTRE

@inproceedings{Samsudin2014CELLBASEDTF,
  title={CELL-BASED THERAPY FOR THE TREATMENT OF FOCAL ARTICULAR CARTILAGE LESIONS: A REVIEW OF SIX YEARS OF STUDIES IN A MALAYSIAN UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTRE},
  author={Ely Zarina Samsudin and Tunku Kamarul},
  year={2014}
}
Autologous chondrocyte implantation (ACI) is a significant technique that has gained widespread use for the treatment of focal articular cartilage damage. Since its inception in 2004, the Tissue Engineering Group (TEG) of the Faculty of Medicine, University Malaya has been dedicated to carrying out extensive research on this cell-based therapy. The objective of this report, comprising one clinical case report, six animal studies and one laboratory study, is to summarise and discuss TEG’s key… CONTINUE READING

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