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University of Glasgow Release: ???Nanokicking??? Technology Enables Breakthrough In The Culture Of 3D Mineralised Bone Tissue

20:00 EDT 14 Sep 2017 | BioSpace

Researchers from the Universities of Glasgow, Strathclyde, the West of Scotland and Galway have grown three-dimensional samples of mineralised bone from human mesenchymal stem cells for the first time without typical osteoinductive media. The research, published in Nature Biomedical Engineering, is the latest advance in a technique known as ‘...

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