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  • noun Plural form of chondrocyte.

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Examples

  • Cells called chondrocytes in the articular cartilage help to repair and regenerate the cartilage as it wears away.

    You Being Beautiful

  • Cells called chondrocytes in the articular cartilage help to repair and regenerate the cartilage as it wears away.

    You Being Beautiful

  • Obtaining the chondrocytes was a bit trickier; the researchers created the chondrocytes from a population of stem cells in Castillo's body.

    The Santa Barbara Independent stories

  • Obtaining the chondrocytes was a bit trickier; the researchers created the chondrocytes from a population of stem cells in Castillo's body.

    The Santa Barbara Independent stories

  • Obtaining the chondrocytes was a bit trickier; the researchers created the chondrocytes from a population of stem cells in Castillo's body.

    The Santa Barbara Independent stories

  • Using keyhole surgery, a patient's cartilage cells - also known as chondrocytes - and bone marrow stem cells will be removed and grown in a laboratory for three weeks.

    BBC News | News Front Page | World Edition

  • Obtaining the chondrocytes was a bit trickier; the researchers created the chondrocytes from a population of stem cells in Castillo's body.

    The Santa Barbara Independent stories

  • Obtaining the chondrocytes was a bit trickier; the researchers created the chondrocytes from a population of stem cells in Castillo's body.

    The Santa Barbara Independent stories

  • It's made up of a web of collagen fibers, with cells called chondrocytes scattered along the matrix.

    TheHorse.com News

  • The basic cost of harvesting and growing chondrocytes starts at Rs. 1.5 lakh.

    Cutting Edge

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