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an independent team of operatives who work together in a CELLULAR MANUFACTURING production environment.
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The early activities of control can promote tendon suture activities, long-term immobilization will make the proliferation of tendon cells decreased.
This is supported by the notion of uric acid acts as a death cell-associated stressor [3] Moreover, high concentrations of uric acid in the tendon cell microenvironment involve a mild alteration in extracellular matrix homeostasis [3].
However, some studies differ as to the effects of NO on type I collagen synthesis by tendon cells, as well as its influence on cell adhesion (31,32).
In this study, in order to increase proliferation of bone and tendon cells, an injectable hydrogel was designed as a drug delivery system for BMP-2/BMP-12.
[73] measured the redox status change of immortalized rabbit tendon cells as a response to pefloxacin, ofloxacin, LEV, and CIP.
Tendon cells, or tenocytes, are elongated fibroblast type cells.
At both ends, the myofibrils are anchored to the tendon cells, which themselves are linked to the skeleton.
Garrett et al., "IL-1[beta] induces COX2, MMP-1, -3 and -13, ADAMTS-4, IL-1[beta] and IL-6 in human tendon cells," Journal of Orthopaedic Research, vol.