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iposomes as potential biolubricant additives for wear reduction n human synovial joints

@inproceedings{Schroederb2010iposomesAP,
  title={iposomes as potential biolubricant additives for wear reduction n human synovial joints},
  author={A. Schroederb and G. Halperina and Y. Barenholzb and I. Etsiona},
  year={2010}
}
Wear processes occurring in synovial joints, mainly known as osteoarthritis (OA), affect many people worldwide. One of the symptoms of OA is wear of articular cartilage; it is thought that among other factors this may be due to failure of lubrication. Injections of biolubricants into human joints can be used ccepted 17 December 2009 vailable online 28 December 2009 

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