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Cazier, Jordi (author)
The solute transport across the osteochondral (OC) interface is of crucial metabolic importance for a normal function of articular cartilage, and, therefore, for the OC interface as a whole. A better understanding how the mechanical- and physiological properties of the OC interface affect the solute transport across the OC interface could lead...
master thesis 2023
Boersma, Emma (author)
The osteochondral interface is known to smoothly mitigate the stress concentration over the surface area of the subchondral bone, with a structural transition from the cartilage to bone. These sites in the body are exposed to high forces, which makes them prone to failure. To improve the repair strategies, a better understanding of the...
master thesis 2022
Esen, Osman (author)
Articular cartilage is an avascular tissue type with very limited self-repair capacity, making it prone to degenerative diseases such as osteoarthritis (OA). The current therapeutic strategy for OA patients is predominantly directed towards pain relief rather than preventing degeneration and promoting the regeneration of cartilage tissue....
master thesis 2021