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Bovine Chondrocytes

Murine bone marrow cells

Bovine chondrocytes are a type of specialized cells derived from the cartilage tissue of cows. Chondrocytes are responsible for maintaining and repairing the extracellular matrix of cartilage, which is essential for its structural integrity and function.

In biomedical research, bovine chondrocytes have been widely used as a model system to study various aspects of cartilage biology, including development, regeneration, disease mechanisms, and therapeutic interventions. Their similarities to human chondrocytes make them a suitable model system for investigating human cartilage-related disorders. The use of bovine chondrocytes has contributed significantly to the understanding of cartilage biology and the development of potential treatments for cartilage-related diseases.