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Rat, "Age-dependent effects on redox status, oxidative stress, mitochondrial activity and toxicity induced by fluoroquinolones on primary cultures of rabbit tendon cells," Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part C: Toxicology & Pharmacology, vol.
It has been suggested that oxidative stress plays a role in the pathogenesis oftendinopathy, with the findings that peroxiredoxin V expression was increased in tendinopathic tissues [20] and that tendon cells were particularly vulnerable to prooxidants like fluoroquinolones [21] which was reported to cause spontaneous tendon ruptures.
(33) bFGF affects proliferation and collagen secretion of rotator cuff tendon cells. Expression in vivo peaks between 5 and 9 days after tendon rupture.
(2007) Reciprocal actions of platelet-secreted TGF-beta1 on the production of VEGF and HGF by human tendon cells. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery 119, 950-959.
"We know we can grow muscle cells as well as tendon cells, so that will be the next area of research." (ANI)
The in vitro effects of PEMF on tendon cells have also been extensively examined, and several insights have been clarified.
Stem cells derived from ligament demonstrate increased clonogenicity and ligament ECM gene expression when compared with bone marrow-derived MSCs (BMMSCs) [14, 25], and collagen scaffolds seeded with tendon cells and implanted into injured tendon showed improved mechanical properties compared with BMMSCs [43].