osseous tissue

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Synonyms for osseous tissue

the porous calcified substance from which bones are made


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The study suggests a strong potential for collagen-hydroxyapatite composite complexes in bone tissue regeneration.
During a research under Council of Scientific and Industrial Research ( CSIR), the doctors decellularised the goatlung and used it for bone tissue regeneration.
Since the operation to screw two-year-old tabby Burt's thigh back together using soft bone tissue from another cat, he has only been allowed out on a harness.
Mrs Reavy labelled the operation "unbelievable" - even more so as she had never heard of the Veterinary Tissue Bank, based in North Wales, where the bone tissue came from.
This volume consists of 10 papers on the topic of bone and biomaterials for bone tissue engineering, ranging from bone tissue mechanics to scaffolding for bone tissue engineering in terms of microstructure, biological evaluation, fabrication technologies, and coatings.
Today, more recent explanations for the origin of the bone tissue attribute the ossification to a metaplastic process.
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Bone tissue is a perpetual construction zone, with one crew laying down new bone cells while another breaks down the old, says physical therapist Eric Robertson, DPT-PT, assistant professor, Texas State University, San Marcos, Texas.
Melbourne, Australia, Mar 3, 2010 - (ABN Newswire) - Australia's regenerative medicine company, Mesoblast Limited (ASX:MSB) (PINK:MBLTY), today announced that the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) has granted a key patent that provides exclusive commercial protection for its bone tissue generating products through to at least the year 2019 in the United States, the world's largest market for regenerative medicines.
EnBIO has launched its OsteoZip surface, which enhances the osteointegration and early-bone fixation of orthopedic implants into host bone tissue, according to the Ireland-based firm.
Calcium phosphate based bioceramics for bone tissue engineering.
Suzanne Green, from Caerphilly, received stolen bone tissue.
This multifaceted disease is defined as "a systemic skeletal disorder" characterized by low bone mass and micro-architectural deterioration of bone tissue, which results in increased bone fragility and susceptibility to fracture.