Concise review: bridging the gap: bone regeneration using skeletal stem cell-based strategies - where are we now?

@article{Dawson2014ConciseRB,
  title={Concise review: bridging the gap: bone regeneration using skeletal stem cell-based strategies - where are we now?},
  author={Jonathan I Dawson and Janos M Kanczler and Rahul S Tare and Moustapha Kassem and Richard O. C. Oreffo},
  journal={Stem cells},
  year={2014},
  volume={32 1},
  pages={35-44}
}
Skeletal stem cells confer to bone its innate capacity for regeneration and repair. Bone regeneration strategies seek to harness and enhance this regenerative capacity for the replacement of tissue damaged or lost through congenital defects, trauma, functional/esthetic problems, and a broad range of diseases associated with an increasingly aged population. This review describes the state of the field and current steps to translate and apply skeletal stem cell biology in the clinic and the… CONTINUE READING
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