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Les cellules souches pour induire la régénération osseuse

Abstract : Bone regeneration therapies are common procedures after traumatic, infectious or pathological bone loss. Although bone regeneration techniques are currently effective, their success is limited in critical size defects. That’s why, in parallel to the development of supports for regeneration (bone substitutes), numerous studies have been conducted in the context of cell therapy, particularly by including stem cells to these biomaterials. An overview on the physiology of bone tissue as well as available bone substitutes will be briefly presented. Then, candidate stem cells and their sources will be presented. A description of studies on stem cell obtention techniques and their application will be presented. Finally, studies carried out on different animal models and humans will be described, in order to evaluate the benefit of this cellular approach in bone therapeutics in the dental field, combining biomaterials and stem cells.
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Gabriel Cohen. Les cellules souches pour induire la régénération osseuse. Chirurgie. 2019. ⟨dumas-02494447⟩



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