Chemokine analysis as a novel diagnostic modality in the early prediction of the outcome of non-union therapy a matched pair analysis

Despite the regenerative capability of skeletal tissue fracture, non-union is common. Treatment of non-unions remains challenging, and early determination of the outcome is impossible. Chemokines play an important role in promoting the formation of new bone and remodeling existing bone. Despite thei...

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Published in:Journal of orthopaedic surgery and research 13(2018) Artikel-Nummer 249, 11 Seiten
Authors and Corporations: Haubruck, Patrick (Author), Solte, Anja (Author), Heller, Raban (Author), Daniel, Volker (Author), Tanner, Michael Christopher (Author), Moghaddam-Alvandi, Arash (Author), Schmidmaier, Gerhard (Author), Fischer, Christian (Author)
Other Authors: Solte, Anja (VerfasserIn) , Heller, Raban (VerfasserIn) , Daniel, Volker (VerfasserIn) , Tanner, Michael Christopher (VerfasserIn) 1970- , Moghaddam-Alvandi, Arash (VerfasserIn) 1973- , Schmidmaier, Gerhard (VerfasserIn) 1970- , Fischer, Christian (VerfasserIn) 1979-
Type of Resource: E-Article
Language:English
published:
10 October 2018
Series: Chemokine analysis as a novel diagnostic modality in the early prediction of the outcome of non-union therapy; 13(2018) Artikel-Nummer 249, 11 Seiten
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