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Physical Limitations to Tissue Engineering of Intervertabral Disc Cells

Shigeru Kobayashi; Hisatoshi Baba; Kenichi Takeno; Tsuyoshi Miyazaki; Adam Meir; Jill P. G. Urban;
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  • Published: 01 Mar 2010
  • Publisher: IntechOpen
Abstract
There is increasing interest in the using biological methods to repair degenerate discs. Biological repair depends on the disc maintaining a population of viable and active cells. Adequate nutrition of the disc influences the outcome of such therapies and, hence, must be considered to be a crucial parameter. Therefore, it is very important to maintain an appropriate physicochemical environment to achieve successful disc repair by biological methods and tissue engineering procedures.
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