The application of autologous platelet‑rich plasma gel in cartilage regeneration.

@article{Xie2014TheAO,
  title={The application of autologous platelet‑rich plasma gel in cartilage regeneration.},
  author={Aiguo Xie and Lanjun Nie and Gan Shen and Ziwei Cui and Peng Xu and Huaqiang Ge and Qian Tan},
  journal={Molecular medicine reports},
  year={2014},
  volume={10 3},
  pages={
          1642-8
        }
}
Cartilage defect caused by disease or trauma remains a challenge for surgeons, owning to the limited healing capacity of cartilage tissues. Cartilage tissue engineering provides a novel approach to address this issue, and appears promising for patients with cartilage defects. The cell scaffold, as one of the three key elements of tissue engineering, plays an important role in cartilage tissue engineering. Platelet‑rich plasma (PRP), which is a fraction of the plasma containing multiple growth… CONTINUE READING

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