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Microscopic evaluation of bone healing after application of a bone substitute in bone defect as 'tissue engineering' technique in a goat model

Frank Gasthuys UGent, Etienne Schacht UGent, Maria Cornelissen UGent, Richard Ducatelle UGent, Wim Van Den Broeck UGent, Lieven Vlaminck UGent, Geert Vertenten UGent, Evi Lippens UGent, Heidi Declercq UGent and Jordi Gironès Molera UGent, et al. (2009) Micro, macro, mega : collectie Ocsinberg, keerpunt in de geschiedenis van de microscopie. In Uit het wetenschappelijk verleden 3. p.70-72
abstract
The healing of bone defects due to trauma, infection, congenital abnormalities or surgical interventions is a challenge for reconstructive surgery. Considering the restrictions and failure of body transplants, a lot of research is done to develop synthetic materials with bone properties. Our current research, in which several departments are involved, uses synthetic polymers, that already proved their biocompatibility and resorbability in vitro and in vivo. The possibility to stimulate or direct the bone healing in an in vivo goat model is tested by mixing those polymers with osteoconductive, osteoinductive materials as alpha-TriCalciumPhosphate, and osteogenetic stem cells.
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book title
Micro, macro, mega : collectie Ocsinberg, keerpunt in de geschiedenis van de microscopie
editor
Kristel Wautier UGent and Alexander Jonckheere UGent
series title
Uit het wetenschappelijk verleden
volume
3
pages
70 - 72
publisher
Universiteit Gent. Museum voor de Geschiedenis van de Wetenschappen
place of publication
Ghent
language
English
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yes
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B2
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artikel in de catalogus van een tentoonstelling gehouden van 22 januari tot 15 mei 2009
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480613
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http://hdl.handle.net/1854/LU-480613
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2009-02-02 12:31:45
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  abstract     = {The healing of bone defects due to trauma, infection, congenital abnormalities or surgical interventions is a challenge for reconstructive surgery. Considering the restrictions and failure of body transplants, a lot of research is done to develop synthetic materials with bone properties. Our current research, in which several departments are involved, uses synthetic polymers, that already proved their biocompatibility and resorbability in vitro and in vivo. The possibility to stimulate or direct the bone healing in an in vivo goat model is tested by mixing those polymers with osteoconductive, osteoinductive materials as alpha-TriCalciumPhosphate, and osteogenetic stem cells.},
  author       = {Gasthuys, Frank and Schacht, Etienne and Cornelissen, Maria and Ducatelle, Richard and Van Den Broeck, Wim and Vlaminck, Lieven and Vertenten, Geert and Lippens, Evi and Declercq, Heidi and Giron{\`e}s Molera, Jordi and De Baere, Cindy and Pieters, Leen and Gorski, Tomasz and De Pauw, Bart and Loomans, Sarah},
  booktitle    = {Micro, macro, mega : collectie Ocsinberg, keerpunt in de geschiedenis van de microscopie},
  editor       = {Wautier, Kristel and Jonckheere, Alexander},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {70--72},
  publisher    = {Universiteit Gent. Museum voor de Geschiedenis van de Wetenschappen},
  series       = {Uit het wetenschappelijk verleden},
  title        = {Microscopic evaluation of bone healing after application of a bone substitute in bone defect as 'tissue engineering' technique in a goat model},
  volume       = {3},
  year         = {2009},
}

Chicago
Gasthuys, Frank, Etienne Schacht, Maria Cornelissen, Richard Ducatelle, Wim Van Den Broeck, Lieven Vlaminck, Geert Vertenten, et al. 2009. “Microscopic Evaluation of Bone Healing After Application of a Bone Substitute in Bone Defect as ‘Tissue Engineering’ Technique in a Goat Model.” In Micro, Macro, Mega : Collectie Ocsinberg, Keerpunt in De Geschiedenis Van De Microscopie, ed. Kristel Wautier and Alexander Jonckheere, 3:70–72. Ghent: Universiteit Gent. Museum voor de Geschiedenis van de Wetenschappen.
APA
Gasthuys, F., Schacht, E., Cornelissen, M., Ducatelle, R., Van Den Broeck, W., Vlaminck, L., Vertenten, G., et al. (2009). Microscopic evaluation of bone healing after application of a bone substitute in bone defect as “tissue engineering” technique in a goat model. In K. Wautier & A. Jonckheere (Eds.), Micro, macro, mega : collectie Ocsinberg, keerpunt in de geschiedenis van de microscopie (Vol. 3, pp. 70–72). Ghent: Universiteit Gent. Museum voor de Geschiedenis van de Wetenschappen.
Vancouver
1.
Gasthuys F, Schacht E, Cornelissen M, Ducatelle R, Van Den Broeck W, Vlaminck L, et al. Microscopic evaluation of bone healing after application of a bone substitute in bone defect as “tissue engineering” technique in a goat model. In: Wautier K, Jonckheere A, editors. Micro, macro, mega : collectie Ocsinberg, keerpunt in de geschiedenis van de microscopie. Ghent: Universiteit Gent. Museum voor de Geschiedenis van de Wetenschappen; 2009. p. 70–2.
MLA
Gasthuys, Frank, Etienne Schacht, Maria Cornelissen, et al. “Microscopic Evaluation of Bone Healing After Application of a Bone Substitute in Bone Defect as ‘Tissue Engineering’ Technique in a Goat Model.” Micro, Macro, Mega : Collectie Ocsinberg, Keerpunt in De Geschiedenis Van De Microscopie. Ed. Kristel Wautier & Alexander Jonckheere. Vol. 3. Ghent: Universiteit Gent. Museum voor de Geschiedenis van de Wetenschappen, 2009. 70–72. Print.