Culturing periosteum in vitro: the influence of different sizes of explants.

@article{Miura1998CulturingPI,
  title={Culturing periosteum in vitro: the influence of different sizes of explants.},
  author={Yasushi Miura and Shawn W O'driscoll},
  journal={Cell transplantation},
  year={1998},
  volume={7 5},
  pages={453-7}
}
Periosteal transplantation is being used clinically to repair articular defects. Isolated cells and very small periosteal explants can be grown in tissue culture, but it will be necessary to test larger sizes for tissue engineering to be applied to clinical transplantation of periosteum. This study was conducted to assess the chondrogenic potential of… CONTINUE READING