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Cartilage (Anatomy)5671Knorpel (Anatomie)

Cartilage (Anatomy)

Osteoarthritis

Proteoglycan

1994  
1
Cartilage collagens: strategies for the study of their organisation and expression in the extracellular matrix.
[7944631] Ann Rheum Dis 53(8): 488-96 (1994)
1973  
2
Biochemistry of articular cartilage. Nature of proteoglycans and collagen of articular cartilage and their role in ageing and in osteoarthrosis.
[4269430] Ann Rheum Dis 32(4): 364-78 (1973)
1971  
3
Surface structure of articular cartilage. Historical review.
[4926849] Ann Rheum Dis 30(1): 10-4 (1971)
1971  
4
Articular cartilage: a review and scanning electron microscope study. 1. The interterritorial fibrillar architecture.
[4943499] J Bone Joint Surg Br 53(4): 732-50 (1971)
2007  
5
Cartilage is held together by elastic carbohydrate strings. Implications in osteoarthrosis.
[17216672] J Rheumatol 34(1): 8-9 (2007)
2006  
6
The structure and function of cartilage proteoglycans.
[17136680] Eur Cell Mater 12(-): 92-101 (2006)
2011  
7
A review of diversity in the evolution and development of cartilage: the search for the origin of the chondrocyte.
[21305475] Eur Cell Mater 21(-): 122-9 (2011)
2005  
8
The ultrastructure of mouse articular cartilage: collagen orientation and implications for tissue functionality. A polarised light and scanning electron microscope study and review.
[15968593] Eur Cell Mater 9(-): 68-84 (2005)

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