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Engineering    2017, Vol. 3 Issue (1) : 28-35
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1. Shanghai Key Laboratory of Tissue Engineering, Shanghai Ninth People’s Hospital, Shanghai Jiao Tong University School of Medicine, Shanghai 200011, China
2. National Tissue Engineering Research Center of China, Shanghai 200241, China
3. Research Institute of Plastic Surgery, Plastic Surgery Hospital, Weifang Medical University, Weifang, Shandong 261041, China
4. Plastic Surgery Hospital, Chinese Academy of Medical Science, Beijing 100144, China
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关键词 软骨组织工程临床前大动物实验临床转化骨科整形外科    

Given the limited spontaneous repair that follows cartilage injury, demand is growing for tissue engineering approaches for cartilage regeneration. There are two major applications for tissue-engineered cartilage. One is in orthopedic surgery, in which the engineered cartilage is usually used to repair cartilage defects or loss in an articular joint or meniscus in order to restore the joint function. The other is for head and neck reconstruction, in which the engineered cartilage is usually applied to repair cartilage defects or loss in an auricle, trachea, nose, larynx, or eyelid. The challenges faced by the engineered cartilage for one application are quite different from those faced by the engineered cartilage for the other application. As a result, the emphases of the engineering strategies to generate cartilage are usually quite different for each application. The statuses of preclinical animal investigations and of the clinical translation of engineered cartilage are also at different levels for each application. The aim of this review is to provide an opinion piece on the challenges, current developments, and future directions for cartilage engineering for both applications.

Keywords Cartilage tissue engineering      Preclinical immunocompetent animal      investigation      Clinical translation      Orthopedic surgery      Head and neck reconstruction     
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Yu Liu
Guangdong Zhou
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Yu Liu,Guangdong Zhou,Yilin Cao. Recent Progress in Cartilage Tissue Engineering—Our Experience and Future Directions[J]. Engineering, 2017, 3(1): 28-35.
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Fig.1  Repair of autologous pig osteochondral defects by polyglycolic acid (PGA) scaffold loaded with chondrocytes or bone marrow stromal cells (BMSCs), respectively. Both cells realized cartilage repair with a smooth surface. Chondrocytes failed to realize tissue-specific repair in the subchondral region. HE: haemotoxylin and eosin; NC: native cartilage; IF: interface; RC: regenerated cartilage; CB: subchondral bone. Some of this data was published in Refs. [12,30].
Fig.2  Repair of autologous dog meniscus defects by a PGA scaffold loaded with chondrogenically induced fibroblasts. Fibroblasts were chondrogenically induced with cartilage-derived morphogenetic protein-1 (CDMP1) and seeded into a meniscus-shaped PGA scaffold, with non-induced cells as the control. At 3 months post implantation, the meniscus generated by samples from the induced group resembled a native meniscus in terms of gross appearance, histological staining, and microstructure, which was revealed by scanning electron microscope (SEM) observation.
Fig.3  Functional reconstruction of a segmental tracheal defect by pedicled tissue-engineered trachea in a rabbit model. (a) Tissue-engineered trachea; (b) the tissue-engineered trachea wrapped by the sternohyoid muscle for vascularization; (c) the muscle-pedicled trachea used to repair a segmental defect of the trachea with a silicon tube as a stent; (d) the tissue-engineered trachea after 4 weeks of reconstruction; (e) HE staining of (d); (f) high magnification of the red frame of (e); (g) cross-section of the tissue-engineered trachea after 6 months post-reconstruction, showing a fine interface healing with the native trachea (yellow frame: interface, blue frame: engineered trachea); (h) HE staining showing epithelium ingrowth at 2 weeks post-reconstruction; (i) HE staining showing epithelium ingrowth at 8 weeks post-reconstruction. Some of the data has been published [87].
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