collagen matrix

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  • The lamellar bone begins forming soon after the collagen matrix of either tissue becomes mineralized.
  • Over time, the wounded body tissue then overexpresses collagen inside the provisional matrix to create a collagen matrix.
  • Their distribution in the collagen matrix of the forming dentin suggests these proteins play an important role in the regulation of mineral deposition.
  • In the first two or three days after injury, fibroblasts mainly migrate and proliferate, while later, they are the main cells that lay down the collagen matrix in the wound site.
  • Autologous cells were attached to a three-dimensional collagen matrix.
  • Integrins have been identified on the upper shaft of the cilium, acting as anchors to the collagen matrix around it.
  • In fact, bone is a mineralized collagen matrix; if the mineral is dissolved out of bone, it becomes rubbery.
  • The hepatocytes then contract the gel by their attachment to the collagen matrix, reducing the volume of the suspension and creating a flow space within the fibers.
  • However during onset of OA, the collagen matrix becomes more disorganized and there is a decrease in proteoglycan content within cartilage.
  • This collagen overexpression continues and crosslinks the fiber arrangement inside the collagen matrix, making the collagen dense.
  • Increased water content and disorganized collagen matrix in tendon lesions may be detected by ultrasonography or magnetic resonance imaging.
  • During embryonic development, MMP13 is expressed in the skeleton as required for restructuring the collagen matrix for bone mineralization.
  • Also, cells involved in inflammation, angiogenesis, and connective tissue construction attach to, grow and differentiate on the collagen matrix laid down by fibroblasts.
  • This mineralization of the collagen matrix stiffens it and transforms it into bone.
  • The outer more superficial zone is highly infected with proteolytic degradation of the collagen matrix and as a result the dentine is irreversibly demineralised.
  • Alternatively, non-chemotherapeutic adjuvants can be implemented to prevent super scarring by wound modulation, such as collagen matrix implant or biodegradable spacer.
  • The lamellar layer consists entirely of organic material (a protein and collagen matrix), is generally brown in color, and is elastic in response to both compressional and tensional stresses.
  • Inability to internalize collagen and reduced ability of adhesion and related increased migration in collagen matrix was observed in fibroblast population with nonfunctional Endo180 receptor.
  • The graft material used can be either and autograft, an allograft, a xenograft, an alloplast a growth-factor infused collagen matrix, or combinations thereof.
  • The amount of new bone produced by grafting genistin in collagen matrix was compared to the bone produced by collagen matrix alone in New Zealand White rabbits, and was observed that genistin caused significant increase in bone formation.
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