Carriers that concentrate native bone morphogenetic protein in vivo
It is well known that the native bone morphogenetic protein (BMP) complex is much more active than each of its components: the concentration needed for extraskeletal bone induction is about a thousand times higher for a specific rhBMP than for the native BMP complex as a whole. Since the patient...
|Published in:||Tissue engineering, Vol. 4, No. 4 (1998), p. 337-41|
|Item Description:||Date Completed 01.03.1999|
Date Revised 12.07.2006
Citation Status MEDLINE
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