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Improving mass transport in bioreactors for in vitro cartilage expansion and tissue engineering, tissue engineering of the synovial joint components

Black, R.A. and Curran, S.J. (2003) Improving mass transport in bioreactors for in vitro cartilage expansion and tissue engineering, tissue engineering of the synovial joint components. In: 28th Annual Biomaterials Meeting, 2003-01-11.

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Abstract

This paper looks at improving mass transport in bioreactors for in vitro cartilage expansion and tissue engineering and tissue engineering of the synovial joint components