chondrocyte


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chondrocyte

[′kän·drō‚sīt]
(histology)
A cartilage cell.
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These cells are crucial for the orientation of the chondrocyte columns of the contiguous zones, and therefore, fundamental in the orientation of bone growth, probably secreting a PC orientation factor (Mackie et al.
The height was measured at three different zones of growth plate (right, left and center) and the boundary between proliferative and hypertrophic zones was identified by the first chondrocytes that had a significantly increased size relative to the proliferative cells17.
Non-inflammatory injury to cartilage that results in the increased release of cartilage degradation products and increased chondrocyte stress and cellular death with the release of intracellular stress proteins triggers the different inflammatory pathways.
July 11, 2017 -- His-togenics Corporation (HSGX) said the journal Biofabrication has published a study analyzing the effects of variables on type I collagen bioinks both with and without chondrocytes, or cartilage cells.
Recent evidence suggests that human articular chondrocyte can actively produce ROS which are released during inflammation of the synovial membrane of synoviocyte.
To create a new bioink, Gatenholm's team mixed polysaccharides from brown algae and tiny cellulose fibrils from wood or made by bacteria, as well as human chondrocytes, which are cells that build up cartilage.
While hyperinsulinemia is implicated in the chondrocyte apoptosis facet of osteoarthritis [41], expression of MMP13 has not been documented to occur until the point of insulin resistance in the joint capsule.
Niemeyer, "Rehabilitation after autologous chondrocyte implantation for isolated cartilage defects of the knee, " American Journal of Sports Medicine, vol.
Effects of allogenic mesenchymal stem cell therapy on chondrocyte apoptosis
Nuclei were oval or round, and lacunae size was proportional to chondrocyte size.
Cartilage is composed of mature chondrocytes surrounded by a matrix: these chondrocytes are usually dormant; however, chondrocytes are active, during fetal life when cartilage matrix is soft [9].
Objective: The aim of this fellowship is to provide the researcher with an advanced, multi-disciplinary training in chondrocyte biology, proteomics and electrophysiology in biomimetic models of osteoarthritis (OA).