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Correction: Synoviocyte Derived-Extracellular Matrix Enhances Human Articular Chondrocyte Proliferation and Maintains Re-Differentiation Capacity at Both Low and Atmospheric Oxygen Tensions

  • Thomas J. Kean,
  • James E. Dennis

Correction: Synoviocyte Derived-Extracellular Matrix Enhances Human Articular Chondrocyte Proliferation and Maintains Re-Differentiation Capacity at Both Low and Atmospheric Oxygen Tensions

  • Thomas J. Kean, 
  • James E. Dennis
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S7 Fig. Regression analysis for synoviocyte-matrix expanded chondrocytes.

Regression analyses of biochemical measures against population doublings. Regressions were made combining all data from all 3 donors (n ≥ 23). A-E Atmospheric oxygen tension, F-J Low (5%) oxygen tension; A, F) Wet weight vs. population doublings; B,G) Total GAG (per aggregate) vs. population doublings; C,H) Total HP (per aggregate) vs. population doublings; D, I) Normalized GAG (GAG/DNA) vs. population doublings; E,J) Normalized HP (HP/DNA) vs. population doublings.

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Reference

  1. 1. Kean TJ, Dennis JE (2015) Synoviocyte Derived-Extracellular Matrix Enhances Human Articular Chondrocyte Proliferation and Maintains Re-Differentiation Capacity at Both Low and Atmospheric Oxygen Tensions. PLoS ONE 10(6): e0129961. pmid:26075742