Modulation of chondrocyte activity in vitro in response to ascorbic acid.

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The aim of this study was to examine the response of secondary cartilage to ascorbic acid in vitro. Cells which had not attained the prechondroblast stage when cultured, did not chondrify in vitro, even when exposed to high levels (400 microgram/ml) of ascorbic acid. On the other hand, prechondroblasts cultured in the presence of low levels (100 microgram… (More)

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@article{Hall1981ModulationOC, title={Modulation of chondrocyte activity in vitro in response to ascorbic acid.}, author={Brain K. Hall}, journal={Acta anatomica}, year={1981}, volume={109 1}, pages={51-63} }