Published in Drug Week, April 8th, 2005
According to a study from Japan, "The use of bioceramics and cultured cells for tissue engineering is a novel approach, which is available in a wide variety of clinical situations.
"The approach requires apparent verification of the cellular functions occurring on the ceramic surface, and these functions could be monitored by microscopic observation of the cultured living cells on the ceramic material. However, such observation is difficult due to the opaque nature of ordinary ceramics."
"To overcome this...
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