Sugar nanostructures reduce BMP-2 requirements for fusion by 99%

Sugar nanostructures reduce BMP-2 requirements for fusion by 99%

Researchers from Northwestern University, Evanston, USA, have developed a type of supramolecular glycopeptide nanostructure which appears to be able to amplify BMP-2 signalling significantly....
wearables in spine surgery

Wearables in spine surgery: Beginnings, research and real-world applications

  Over the past 10 years, wearable technology has filtered into the mainstream, with market-leading Fitbit counting over 23 million active users. Wearables are used...

A “paradigm shift” from art to science: New multicentre databank will evaluate personalised rods

A team of researchers is planning a multicentre databank to track and evaluate the performance of personalised rods (UNiD Rod, Medicrea) in the treatment...

Mapping the mobile spine

The lumbar spine is the site of over 20% of injuries in Olympic sport, according to the British Association of Sport and Exercise Medicine....
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