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30.  Bone tissue engineering with bone marrow-derived stromal cells integrated with concentrated growth factor in Rattus norvegicus calvaria defect model,  Hirotsugu Honda •  Noriyuki Tamai • Norifumi Naka •  Hideki Yoshikawa • Akira Myoui  in: J Artif Organs   DOI 10.1007/s10047-013-0711-7