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Mesenchymal stem cells and osteogenesis
(review of literature) V.P. Shakhov, A.V. Karlov, I.A. Khlousov
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There is a pool of mesenchymal stem cells in the organism of adults and animals, which are able to be differentiated practically into all known sprouts, in particular - into osteogenic and chondrogenic cells. Their proliferative and differentiative potentials as well as the technologies to make and the outlooks to use stem cells of the required type are described, including a biomimetic approach to treat traumatological and orthopaedic patients. Keywords: stem cells, colony-forming units, morphogenetic bone proteins, bone tissue.
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