A selection of articles related to cartilage fibers.
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- STUDIES ON ULTRASTRUCTURAL IDENTIFICATION AND
- articular cartilage, mature collagen fibers can bc seen but granules are not present. of all other zones of cartilage, fibers are smaller and granules are present.
- Mapping the fiber orientation in articular cartilage at rest and under
- of collagen fibers in articular cartilage.
- Ultrastructure of amianthoid fibers in osteoarthrotic cartilage
- Amianthoid fibers up to about 700 nm thick were found in os- teoarthrotic cartilage.
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- Cartilage - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Cartilage /ˈkɑrtɨlədʒ/ is a flexible connective tissue found in many areas in the fibers, abundant ground substance rich in proteoglycan, and elastin fibers.
- Cartilage contains a gelatinous ground substance called chondroitin sulfate. Embedded within the ground substance are collagen and elastic protein fibers.
- Exercise 7: Cartilage
- As with all CT's, cartilage is a combination of cells, fibers, and intercellular matrix material.
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