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Peripheral blood mononuclear cells enhance the anabolic effects of platelet-rich plasma on anterior cruciate ligament fibroblasts.
Fibrin concentration affects ACL fibroblast proliferation and collagen synthesis.
Type I Collagen as a Platelet Activator in Platelet-Rich Plasma Hydrogels
Activation of platelet-rich plasma using soluble type I collagen.
Effects of age and platelet-rich plasma on ACL cell viability and collagen gene expression.
Enhanced repair of the anterior cruciate ligament by in situ gene transfer: evaluation in an in vitro model.
Activation of Platelet-Rich Plasma Using Soluble Type I Collagen
Collagen Type I
Collagen Type II
Collagen Type III
Loss of extracellular matrix from articular cartilage is mediated by the synovium and ligament after anterior cruciate ligament injury.
Increasing platelet concentration in platelet-rich plasma inhibits anterior cruciate ligament cell function in three-dimensional culture.
Extracellular matrix-blood composite injection reduces post-traumatic osteoarthritis after anterior cruciate ligament injury in the rat.
SCAFFOLD OPTIMIZATION FOR HEALING OF THE RUPTURED HUMAN
Transcriptional profiling of articular cartilage in a porcine model of early post-traumatic osteoarthritis.
Collagen Type V