osseous tissue

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osseous tissue

[′äs·ē·əs ¦tish·ü]
(histology)
Bone tissue.
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Because the eggshells are made up of calcium, this allows the bone cells to both develop into bone tissue and harden faster.
Considering the above, the objective of the present study was to evaluate the effect of growth hormone (GH) and muscle strength training (ST) on the composition of bone tissue in wistar rats through raman spectroscopy.
Controlled release of drugs in electrosprayed nanoparticles for bone tissue engineering.
Also, in the study group, a positive but not statistically significant correlation was found between the residual crest height and bone tissue ratio (r=0.136, p>0.05).
Histopathologically, compact bone tissue composed of thickened trabeculae was observed in the sections.
Mao, "Bone tissue engineering and regeneration: from discovery to the clinic-an overview," Tissue Engineering--Part B: Reviews, vol.
Generally, the available bone tissue present in this area is insufficient for the placement of longer implants [3].
In a number of experimental studies, the positive effects of drugs possessing endotheliotropic properties on repair and regeneration of bone tissue have been proved.
Project leaders Prof Manuel Salmeron-Sanchez and Prof Matt Dalby had begun work in January to develop synthetically grown bone tissue for use by trauma surgeons when treating landmine blast survivors around the world.
The 3D-printed plastic bones will be covered with stem cells which will combine with the BMP-2/PEA mixture to grow bone tissue.
'Cellulose is biocompatible [and] has been used in a wide variety of regenerative medicine applications, such as cartilage tissue engineering, bone tissue engineering and wound healing,' the authors wrote in their paper.