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Acta Medica Medianae
Repair of bone defects can be supported by appropriate biomaterials, cells and regulatory signals, which is the basic principle of bone tissue engineering. The components of bone marrow and blood clot come in close contact with bone defects after injury. Since these structures represent the source of different cell types and regulatory signals, we wanted to examine their effect on osteoreparatory process in ectopic implants. Subcutaneous implantation was performed on male Balb/c mice. Bio-Oss ®doi:10.5633/amm.2017.0301 fatcat:mfr6ekd3q5hu5npzxapgsissvu