Tissue engineered human articular neocartilage using serial expanded chondrocytes.

S. Munirah, B. S. Aminuddin, Chua Kien Hui, N. H. Fuzina, M. R. Isa, Ruszymah Idrus

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Abstract

Autologous cells are usually preferred in treating damaged tissue to avoid risks of immunological rejection and transmitting infectious diseases. Since only limited amount of tissue can be obtained without causing morbidity at the donor site, in vitro expansion of isolated cell is essential in order to acquire sufficient number of cells to reconstruct neocartilage. The aim of this study was to examine whether serial expanded chondrocytes can be use to generate neocartilage in vivo.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)9-10
Number of pages2
JournalThe Medical journal of Malaysia
Volume59 Suppl B
Publication statusPublished - May 2004

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Chondrocytes
Joints
Communicable Diseases
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Tissue engineered human articular neocartilage using serial expanded chondrocytes. / Munirah, S.; Aminuddin, B. S.; Kien Hui, Chua; Fuzina, N. H.; Isa, M. R.; Idrus, Ruszymah.

In: The Medical journal of Malaysia, Vol. 59 Suppl B, 05.2004, p. 9-10.

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Munirah, S. ; Aminuddin, B. S. ; Kien Hui, Chua ; Fuzina, N. H. ; Isa, M. R. ; Idrus, Ruszymah. / Tissue engineered human articular neocartilage using serial expanded chondrocytes. In: The Medical journal of Malaysia. 2004 ; Vol. 59 Suppl B. pp. 9-10.
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