Key parameters of autologous biomedical product for cartilage tissue repair

Eremeev AV1, Zubkova OA1, Ruchko ES1,2, Lagarkova MA, Sidorov VS, Ragozin AO
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1 Federal Research and Clinical Center of Physical-Chemical Medicine of Federal Medical Biological Agency, Moscow, Russia

2 Moscow Timiryazev Agricultural Academy, Moscow, Russia

Correspondence should be addressed: Artem V. Eremeev
Malaya Pirogovskaya, 1a, 119435, Moscow; ur.xednay@veemere-tra

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Funding: this work was part of the State Assignment for the Federal Research and Clinical Center of Physical and Chemical Medicine (2019–2020).

Acknowledgements: we thank Bogdanov AYu, quality assurance deputy director of Microgen Research and Production Association for his consultation on quality control in the production of biomedical cell products.

Author contribution: Eremeev AV — supervision; Zubkova OA — data acquisition; Ruchko ES — data acquisition, references; Lagarkova MA — editing; Sidorov VS — market analysis; Ragozin AO — analysis of published clinical studies.

Received: 2020-09-02 Accepted: 2020-10-02 Published online: 2020-11-20
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