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Figure 1. From: Human anterior cruciate ligament fibroblasts from immature patients have a stronger in vitro response to platelet concentrates than those from mature individuals.

Migration of Immature and Adolescent ACL Fibroblasts at 4 and 24 hours showed no differences initially, but a significantly higher rate of migration in immature cells after 24h. Error Bars represent standard deviation. (repeated measure ANOVA with post-hoc testing)

Elise M. Magarian, et al. Knee. ;18(4):247-251.
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Figure 3. From: Human anterior cruciate ligament fibroblasts from immature patients have a stronger in vitro response to platelet concentrates than those from mature individuals.

Scaffold size as a percentage of Day 0 size at Day 2, 7, and 14. Both groups showed almost identical rates of scaffold contraction. That fact the rate of contraction was similar to the unseeded scaffolds in the control group suggest that reasons other than cellular activity caused scaffold shrinkage.

Elise M. Magarian, et al. Knee. ;18(4):247-251.
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Figure 2. From: Human anterior cruciate ligament fibroblasts from immature patients have a stronger in vitro response to platelet concentrates than those from mature individuals.

Shows the results form the MTT assay representing cell proliferation. Error Bars represent standard deviation. Equal results at day 2 suggest equivalent seeding efficiency in both groups. There was a trend for a decrease in cell numbers in adolescent cells leading to significant differences between groups at 7 and 14 days. (repeated measure ANOVA with post-hoc testing)

Elise M. Magarian, et al. Knee. ;18(4):247-251.

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