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Regeneration of Bones and Cartilage

Cartilage and joints - laboratory replacements

It is becoming increasingly common for localized cartilage defects to be cured with transplants cultivated from the patient’s own cartilage cells. Past successes are accelerating the development of regenerative therapies in orthopaedics. (more<)

Bone substitutes from the laboratory for use in oral and maxillofacial surgery

"Geriatric jaws" will soon be a thing of the past thanks to modern regenerative medicine. Doctors and scientists at the University of Tübingen are working hard to develop functional bone tissue that can also be used for the treatment of larger wounds. (more<)