osseous tissue

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osseous tissue

[′äs·ē·əs ¦tish·ü]
(histology)
Bone tissue.
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The bone-growth research at the University of Glasgow was working on several technologies, but Marshall was interested in one in particular that encourages new bone tissue to grow where it would otherwise not naturally regenerate.
Researchers developed bone tissues with functional bone marrow that can be filled with donor cells and implanted under the skin of mice.
The obtained result indicated that the method of fixation of the structure is not critical, since the stresses in the bone tissue are distributed almost equally [8-10].
Research teams from Seoul National University and Chonnam National University made a breakthrough in medical engineering with their recent development of a microchip that mimics bone tissues.
The study suggests a strong potential for collagen-hydroxyapatite composite complexes in bone tissue regeneration.
The cells are processed in a laboratory to turn them into bone-forming cells, and then injected through the skin into the faulty hip bone tissue to 'regrow' it.
Close contact of the regenerated bone tissue with the implant thread surface, and formation of osteointegrative connection without fibrous capsule forming is observed 7 days after surgery (Figure 1, b).
Moreover, in method 2, the modeling procedure on CAD software of jaw bone tissue was performed from sketched operations on images of jaw cross sections distributed in serial form to generate volumes swept.
During a research under Council of Scientific and Industrial Research ( CSIR), the doctors decellularised the goatlung and used it for bone tissue regeneration.
A CAT whose leg was broken in five places when he was run over by a car is walking again - thanks to a bone tissue transplant.
Burt's injuries were so bad leading surgeon John Innes suggested an incredible solution - transplanting soft bone tissue from a donor cat.