Published in Surgery Litigation and Law Weekly, July 14th, 2006
Study 1: Palatal bone defects repaired with osteogenically differentiated fat-derived stem cells.
According to recently published research from the United States, "Although autogenous bone grafting remains the standard in the reconstruction of bone defects, disadvantages may include limited amount of bone and donor-site morbidity. Tissue engineering approaches can potentially obviate these problems.
"Fat contains a population of stem cells that can isolated and differentiated into various cell lines, including osteocytes,...
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