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Researchers Use Lab-Grown Tissue Grafts for Personalized Joint Replacement

News   Oct 15, 2020 | Original story from Columbia University

 
Researchers Use Lab-Grown Tissue Grafts for Personalized Joint Replacement

Detailed morphology of the bioengineered graft 6 months after implantation (left) compared to the native joint (right). Distinct fibrous, proliferative and hypertrophic zones in the cartilage layer are well established. Stain: pentachrome. Credit: David Chen and Josephine Wu/Columbia Engineering

 
 
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