osteogenic cell

os·te·o·gen·ic cell

one of the cells in the inner layer of the periosteum that develop into osteoblasts.
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The ability to create a three-dimensional osteogenic cell culture is an essential step in the creation of bioengineered three-dimensional osteogenic constructs for bone healing.
Hydroxyapatite has been established to be an excellent carrier of osteoinductive growth factors and osteogenic cell populations, which greatly add to their utility as bioactive delivery vehicles in the future (102).
These events induce an increase in osteogenic cell number and consequently ossification.
Establishment of a clonal osteogenic cell line from newborn mouse calvaria.
Kim, Osteogenic cell attachment to degradable polymers.
The BBRC publication describes the cell population as having a high propensity to differentiate into chondrogenic and osteogenic cell types or cartilage and bone like cells, potentially leading to their use for orthopedic indications.
This area is immediately adjacent to the metaphysis, where it's penetrated by capillaries and osteogenic cells.
In addition, despite the high porosity, the speed of bone replacement of HA ceramics that include no original osteogenic cells in the pores is inferior to that of autograft bone.
Evidence for an inverse relationship between the differentiation of adipocytic and osteogenic cells in rat marrow stromal cell cultures.
During the differentiation of osteogenic cells, the MAPK signaling cascade is activated along with the expression of various osteomarkers (Xiao et al.
These factors, such as bone morphogenetic proteins, will induce the formation of bone by attracting stem cells and turning them into osteogenic cells.
By 2011, osteogenic cells in particular, but also endothelial, cardiomyocytes, chondrocytes, and dendritic cells are projected to be differentiated states as common as hematopoeitic and epithelial cells.