Volume 469, Issue 10, October 2011

ISSN: 0009-921X (Print) 1528-1132 (Online)

In this issue (39 articles)

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    Symposium: Clinically Relevant Strategies for Treating Cartilage and Meniscal Pathology

    Integration of Tissue-engineered Cartilage With Host Cartilage: An In Vitro Model

    John S. Theodoropoulos MD Article:2785
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    Symposium: Clinically Relevant Strategies for Treating Cartilage and Meniscal Pathology

    The Classic: Cartilaginous-cup Arthroplasty in Ununited Fractures of the Neck of the Femur

    John Royal Moore MD Article:2681
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    Biographical Sketch: John Royal Moore, MD 1899–1988

    Richard A. Brand MD Article:2679
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    Clinically Relevant Strategies for Treating Cartilage and Meniscal Pathology: Editorial Comment

    Clark T. Hung PhD, James L. Cook DVM, PhD Pages 2677-2678
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    Clinical Cartilage Restoration: Evolution and Overview

    Jack Farr MD, Brian Cole MD, MBA Pages 2696-2705
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    The Role of Growth Factors in Cartilage Repair

    Lisa A. Fortier DVM, PhD Pages 2706-2715
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    Growth Factor Delivery Through Self-assembling Peptide Scaffolds

    Rachel E. Miller PhD, Paul W. Kopesky PhD Pages 2716-2724
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    Degradation Improves Tissue Formation in (Un)Loaded Chondrocyte-laden Hydrogels

    Justine J. Roberts BS Pages 2725-2734
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    Symposium:Clinically Relevant Strategies for Treating Cartilage and Meniscal Pathology

    Coculture of Engineered Cartilage With Primary Chondrocytes Induces Expedited Growth

    Andrea R. Tan MS, Elizabeth Y. Dong BS Pages 2735-2743
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    Cartilage Matrix Formation by Bovine Mesenchymal Stem Cells in Three-dimensional Culture Is Age-dependent

    Isaac E. Erickson BS, Steven C. van Veen Pages 2744-2753
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    Symposium: Clinically Relevant Strategies for Treating Cartilage and Meniscal Pathology

    Bioactive Glass 13-93 as a Subchondral Substrate for Tissue-engineered Osteochondral Constructs: A Pilot Study

    Prakash Jayabalan MD, Andrea R. Tan MS Pages 2754-2763
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