Osteoblast and chondrocyte interactions during coculture on scaffolds
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A comparison of the effects of different substrata on chondrocyte morphology and the synthesis of collagen types IX and X
Some surface characteristics of articular cartilage. I. A scanning electron microscopy study and a theoretical model for the dynamic interaction of synovial fluid and articular cartilage
Dedifferentiated chondrocytes reexpress the differentiated collagen phenotype when cultured in agarose gels
Neocartilage formation in vitro and in vivo using cells cultured on synthetic biodegradable polymers
Modulation of cell proliferation and differentiation through substrate-dependent changes in fibronectin conformation
Articular cartilage repair: are the intrinsic biological constraints undermining this process insuperable?
Recombinant human bone morphogenetic protein-2 binding and incorporation in PLGA microsphere delivery systems
Functional tissue engineering of articular cartilage through dynamic loading of chondrocyte-seeded agarose gels
Adhesion receptors and cell invasion: mechanisms of integrin-guided degradation of extracellular matrix
Regulation of articular chondrocyte phenotype by bone morphogenetic protein 7, interleukin 1, and cellular context is dependent on the cytoskeleton
Integrin expression by human osteoblasts cultured on degradable polymeric materials applicable for tissue engineered bone
Repair of osteochondral defect with tissue-engineered two-phase composite material of injectable calcium phosphate and hyaluronan sponge
A novel two-step method for the formation of tissue-engineered cartilage by mature bovine chondrocytes: the alginate-recovered-chondrocyte (ARC) method
Extracellular matrix production by human osteoblasts cultured on biodegradable polymers applicable for tissue engineering
Three-dimensional, bioactive, biodegradable, polymer-bioactive glass composite scaffolds with improved mechanical properties support collagen synthesis and mineralization of human osteoblast-like cells in vitro
Redifferentiation of dedifferentiated bovine chondrocytes when cultured in vitro in a PLGA-collagen hybrid mesh
Development of controlled matrix heterogeneity on a triphasic scaffold for orthopedic interface tissue engineering
A minimal common osteochondrocytic differentiation medium for the osteogenic and chondrogenic differentiation of bone marrow stromal cells in the construction of osteochondral graft
Coculture strategies in bone tissue engineering: the impact of culture conditions on pluripotent stem cell populations
Iron-phosphate glass fiber scaffolds for the hard-soft interface regeneration: the effect of fiber diameter and flow culture condition on cell survival and differentiation
Ti-6Al-4V triply periodic minimal surface structures for bone implants fabricated via selective laser melting
Adiponectin enhances osteogenic differentiation in human adipose-derived stem cells by activating the APPL1-AMPK signaling pathway
Mimicking Hierarchical Complexity of the Osteochondral Interface Using Electrospun Silk-Bioactive Glass Composites
Conditioned media enhance osteogenic differentiation on poly(L-lactide-co-epsilon-caprolactone)/hydroxyapatite scaffolds and chondrogenic differentiation in alginate
In vivo evaluation of a multiphased scaffold designed for orthopaedic interface tissue engineering and soft tissue-to-bone integration
Robust phenotypic maintenance of limb cells during heterogeneous culture in a physiologically relevant polymeric-based constructed graft system
Osteoarthritis In Vitro Models: Applications and Implications in Development of Intra-Articular Drug Delivery Systems.
Adhesion Molecules in Health and Disease
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