Collagen matrices and chondroneogenesis: an in vitro study

@inproceedings{Lange1998CollagenMA,
  title={Collagen matrices and chondroneogenesis: an in vitro study},
  author={Volkmar Lange and G. J. Nolst Trenit{\'u} and Middelkoop and Van den Bos and Everts},
  year={1998}
}
Introduction. Autogenous cartilage has been used frequently in reconstructive surgery of the nose despite the disadvantage of morbidity to the nose. The aim of this study is to find a new implant material that will be produced in vitro with tissue engineering, by getting stemcells of the perichondrium in contact with a matrix. This matrix serves as a carrier for cartilage regeneration. For this purpose, the matrix should not be cytotoxic, nor induce a host versus graft reaction. Nevertheless… CONTINUE READING

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