By Farshid Guilak, David L. Butler, Steven A. Goldstein, David Mooney
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Abramowitch, John C. Loh, Volker Musahl, and James H-C. Wang healing process of the ligament substance is not complete, even after one year. , stress-strain curve) remain inferior to those for the normal MCL [7–9]. Biochemically, the healing ligament exhibits elevated type III and V collagen and elevated proteoglycans . Histologically, an elevated number of vessels, fat cells, voids, and increased water content are observed . As a result, many questions remain on how to improve these deficiencies.
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Functional Tissue Engineering by Farshid Guilak, David L. Butler, Steven A. Goldstein, David Mooney