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Characteristics of reparative regeneration and immunohistochemical profile of cartilaginous articular tissue after experimental damage and in degenerative diseases of articular cartilage

[Review]
Georgy Airapetov; Sergey Zalimovich Chukov; Alim Zhagafarovich Khurtuev;

The review presents the results of modern studies assessing the qualitative characteristics of reparative regeneration of articular cartilage, with the study of the immunohistochemical profile of cartilage tissue during its damage, both posttraumatic and due to degenerative diseases

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Keywords: regeneration, cartilage, stem cells, progenitor cells, osteoarthritis, osteoarthrosis, immunohistochemistry


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