Published in Blood Weekly, July 26th, 2007
Study 1: Research findings, "Bone regeneration of canine skull using bone marrow-derived stromal cells and beta-tricalcium phosphate," are discussed in a new report. According to recent research from Kyoto, Japan, "The aim of this study was to regenerate high-quality cranial bone using tissue engineering techniques, with subsequent extension to clinical application. Our previous study with a 3-month observation period indicated that a composite scaffold composed primarily of beta-tricalcium phosphate (TCP) had the potential for cranial bone regeneration."
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