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an independent team of operatives who work together in a CELLULAR MANUFACTURING production environment.
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The third passage cells were induced by lineage-specific induction factor to osteoprogenitor cells (OC-AD-MSCs) according to ALVES et al.
It is known that the nerve growth factor has a regulatory role in neuroimmune and endocrine interaction and it has been found in periosteal osteoprogenitor cells.
The effect of TNFalpha secreted from macrophages activated by titanium particles on osteogenic activity regulated by WNT/BMP signaling in osteoprogenitor cells.
The inner layer contains numerous osteoblasts and osteoprogenitor cells and the outer layer is composed of dense collagen fibre, fibroblasts and their progenitor cells, hence the regenerative potential of the periosteum is immense.
Expression of [beta]-catenin was concentrated in the osteoprogenitor cells that line the trabecular regions (Figure 5C,D).
Ectopic ossification is believed to occur as the result of the transformation of primitive cells of a mesenchymal origin, which are present in the connective tissue septa, into osteoprogenitor cells.
Orthofix's Trinity product is an allograft of cancellous bone comprised of viable adult stem cells and osteoprogenitor cells within the matrix and a demineralized bone component.
The principle advantage of autologous cancellous grafts is the potential to transfer osteoprogenitor cells to the recipient site.
In the NHO pathogenesis, it is proposed that non-collagen proteins play a role and that fibroblasts take over the role of osteoprogenitor cells (15).

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