neocartilage

neocartilage

In vitro-cultured cartilage grafts, binding material produced from human chondrocytes; used to treat joint defects.
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In group A, the defect site was covered by tissues similar to neocartilage, in which chondrocytes were present.
Neocartilage formation from predifferentiated human adipose derived stem cells in vivo .
Briggs et al., "In vivo implantation of tissue-engineered human nasal septal neocartilage constructs: a pilot study," Otolaryngology--Head and Neck Surgery, vol.
Burdick, "Effects of auricular chondrocyte expansion on neocartilage formation in photocrosslinked hyaluronic acid networks," Tissue Engineering, vol.
Caption: FIGURE 3: Sagittal and coronal T2-weighted MRI of left knee joint illustrating well repaired previous defective area with almost isointense, firmly integrated neocartilage formation at similar height to the surrounding cartilage without significant BME and healthy appearing subchondral bone at dorsomedial femoral condyle (6 months postoperatively).
BG 13-93 may be suitable as a medium supplement for neocartilage formation [27].
NeoCart is an autologous neocartilage tissue implant that utilizes the patient's own cells to regenerate cartilage in patients suffering from cartilage lesions in the knec.
As the beads degrade, growth factor is released to cells at the interior and exterior of the sheet, providing more uniform cell differentiation into neocartilage.
The sheet with sparsely crosslinked microspheres grew into the thickest and most resilient neocartilage.
Zimmer, along with ISTO Technologies, also announced the start of its clinical trial for Neocartilage, a living tissue-engineered graft under investigation as a therapy for knee problems.
The company says the award will help fund the development of a tissue-engineered neocartilage allograft for the surgical repair of articular cartilage.
Szoke et al., "3D bioprinting of BM-MSCs-loaded ECM biomimetic hydrogels for in vitro neocartilage formation," Biofabrication, vol.