osseous tissue

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osseous tissue

[′äs·ē·əs ¦tish·ü]
(histology)
Bone tissue.
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Basically these are treated as biomarkers for bone tissue regeneration on scaffolds.
New bone tissue is then laid down and the femoral head regrows.
Plymouth Hospitals NHS Trust, which runs Derriford Hospital in Devon, said one of its patients had a bone tissue transplant but later died of unrelated causes.
This approach is very promising, since bone tissue for subsequent grafting into defects may be grown within a patient without the need to deliver cells and bioactive factors.
The centre, slated for development in 2005, will focus on compiling bone tissue and postnatal stem cells for the repair of damaged body structures.
THE disease which affected Kelly, osteosarcoma, often starts where new bone tissue grows in young people.
We have been successful in stimulating cell and tissue growth both in the laboratory and in animal models and replacing bone with bone--the underlying principle of bone tissue engineering," said co-investigator Molly Shoichet, MCIC, a professor of chemical engineering and applied chemistry at the Institute for Biomaterials and Biomedical Engineering (IBBME).
Bone tissue derived from cadavers has been linked to an increased risk of disease transmission.
An important aspect of the analysis is showing that the variation in chemical composition between normal and damaged bone tissue is much greater than the small chemical variations usually seen in normal bone tissue," Professor Kohn said.
During hip replacement, the surgeon removes the diseased bone tissue and cartilage from the hip joint.
Measles virus RNA detected in Paget's disease bone tissue by in situ hybridization.
Bone tissue deteriorates and is replaced by new bone tissue.