Bone and Cartilage Tissue Engineering

Cartilage tissue engineering uses a mix of biocompatible scaffold material, cells, and growth factors to realize an animal tissue-like tissue that has similar biomechanical properties as a native cartilage. When initial success at-bench, most tissue growth methods are tested in animals. in vivo animal models of animal tissue engineering offer a proof-of-concept validation for promising at-bench tissue-growth methods. Variety of animal models like mice, rats, rabbits; sheep, dogs, and horses are used for the aim of substantiating rising animal tissue tissue-engineering approaches. Out of all the on the market decisions for watching animal tissue engineering and regeneration in vivo, Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) is that the most fitted and is that the leading imaging modality for noninvasive longitudinal quantitative watching of animal tissue growth and regeneration. This chapter describes advances created in imaging assessment and watching of animal tissue engineering in vivo throughout the last decade.

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