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Zhou, Liangbin (author), Xu, J. (author), Schwab, Andrea (author), Tong, Wenxue (author), Zheng, Lizhen (author), Li, Zhuo (author), Xu, Shunxiang (author), van Osch, G.J.V.M. (author), Wen, Chunyi (author), Qin, Ling (author)
As a highly specialized shock-absorbing connective tissue, articular cartilage (AC) has very limited self-repair capacity after traumatic injuries, posing a heavy socioeconomic burden. Common clinical therapies for small- to medium-size focal AC defects are well-developed endogenous repair and cell-based strategies, including microfracture,...
review 2023
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Zhou, Liangbin (author), Guo, Peng (author), D'Este, Matteo (author), Tong, Wenxue (author), Xu, Jiankun (author), Yao, Hao (author), Stoddart, Martin J. (author), van Osch, G.J.V.M. (author), Ho, Kevin Ki Wai (author), Li, Zhen (author), Qin, Ling (author)
Articular cartilage (AC) is an avascular and flexible connective tissue located on the bone surface in the diarthrodial joints. AC defects are common in the knees of young and physically active individuals. Because of the lack of suitable tissue-engineered artificial matrices, current therapies for AC defects, especially full-thickness AC...
review 2022
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Zhou, Liangbin (author), van Osch, G.J.V.M. (author), Malda, Jos (author), Stoddart, Martin J. (author), Lai, Yuxiao (author), Richards, R. Geoff (author), Ki-wai Ho, Kevin (author), Qin, Ling (author)
Clinical treatments for the repair of osteochondral defects (OCD) are merely palliative, not completely curative, and thus enormously unfulfilled challenges. With the in-depth studies of biology, medicine, materials, and engineering technology, the conception of OCD repair and regeneration should be renewed. During the past decades, many...
review 2020