Cellular reactions to bone-derived material.

  title={Cellular reactions to bone-derived material.},
  author={Julie Glowacki},
  journal={Clinical orthopaedics and related research},
  • Julie Glowacki
  • Published 1996 in Clinical orthopaedics and related research
Demineralized bone has been used as an acceptable alternative to fresh autogenous bone grafting in a variety of clinical reconstructive procedures. With the recent expansion of regional and national tissue banks, more implants are being used in routine applications. Questions raised about the bioactivity of human demineralized bone may be resolved by development of relevant assays for screening a lot of banked tissue. Such a bioassay could be developed based on the effects of osteoinductive… CONTINUE READING

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