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CTECareer and Technical Education
CTECenter for Teaching Excellence
CTECareer Technology Education
CTECoefficient of Thermal Expansion
CTECodigo Tecnico de la Edificacion (Spanish: Technical Building Code)
CTEChronic Traumatic Encephalopathy (degenerative disease)
CTEComité Technique d'Etablissement (French: Technical Establishment Committee)
CTECentre for Teaching Excellence (Canada)
CTECenter for Transportation and the Environment
CTEChurches Together in England
CTECenter to Edge (billiards)
CTECommon Table Expression (ANSI SQL-99 standard)
CTEContent Transfer Encoding
CTECommittee on Trade and Environment (WTO)
CTECentral Expressway (Singapore)
CTECentral Timing Equipment
CTEContent Transformation Engine
CTECambridge Technology Enterprises
CTECrate
CTECorporate Training and Education
CTECharge Transfer Efficiency
CTEContrat Territorial D'exploitation (France)
CTECutting Tool Engineering
CTECommitment To Excellence
CTECenter for Teaching Effectiveness
CTEContrôle Technique Européen (French: European Technical Control)
CTECease to Exist (blog)
CTECentre Tourisme Équestre (French: Equestrian Tourism Center)
CTECentre de Technologie de l'Education (Luxembourg)
CTEConstitutive Transport Element
CTEComunidad Teológica Evangélica de Chile (Spanish: Evangelical Theological Community of Chile)
CTECouncil on Teacher Education
CTECompagnons de Travaux Électriques (French: Companions of Electrical Works)
CTECentre Transfrontalier des Entreprises (French: Cross-Border Business Center)
CTECulminating Training Event (US Army)
CTEConditional Tail Expectation
CTEClub Travail d'Equipe (French: Teamwork Club)
CTECenter for Technology, Essex (Essex Junction, VT)
CTECountdown to Extinction (Megadeth album)
CTEContinuing Technical Education
CTEContent Transformation Engine (Cisco)
CTEClassical Text Editor
CTECaterpillar Technical English
CTEComp Time Earned
CTECarnegie Technology Education
CTECartilage Tissue Engineering
CTEChief Technical Examiner (India)
CTECentre for Terrestrial Ecology
CTEComputer Telephony Engineer (certification for the computer telephony industry)
CTECritical Technology Element
CTECommunications Test Equipment
CTEComputer Telephony Expo (conference)
CTEConnected Telecommunications Equipment
CTECorporate Thugs Entertainment (record label)
CTECommander, Task Element
CTECentral Tax Engine (Hewlett-Packard)
CTEChildren of the Earth (Michael Jackson fan club, Italy)
CTECenter for Teaching Enhancement
CTECoal Tar Enamel
CTECornell Teacher Education
CTECentrum För Tillämpad Etik (Sweden)
CTECertified Tree Expert (New Jersey)
CTECross Track Error (navigation)
CTEChubu Toshiba Engineering (Japan)
CTEChannel Translating Equipment (ITU-T)
CTEComputed Tomography Enterography
CTEChief Technology Evangelist
CTEConsolidated Turf Equipment (Canada)
CTECardio Tech International
CTECentury Telephone Enterprises, Inc.
CTEConference Technology Enhancements (Elk Grove Village, IL)
CTECustomer Termination Equipment (frame relay networks)
CTECentral Timing Equipment (NASA)
CTEConnected Terminal Equipment
CTECampaign for Truth in Europe
CTEChief Test Engineer
CTECommercial Test Equipment
CTECenter for Test and Evaluation
CTECertified Technical Expert
CTEConservatory Theater Ensemble
CTECommon Test Executive
CTEContractor Test & Evaluation
CTEComponent Test Equipment
CTECrew Training Emulator (US Air Force)
CTEColor Transform Engine
CTECardholder to External System
CTEChief Technical Engineer
CTECustom Training Education (Maricopa Community Colleges; Tempe, AZ)
CTECode-Timing Estimation
CTECompliance Testing and Evaluation (usually seen as CT&E)
CTEContingent Time Element (property insurance)
CTEContractor Technical Evaluation
CTECommon Transporter Erector
CTECalifornia Track and Engineering (Fresno, CA)
CTECorporate Technical Excellence
CTEClient Technology and Engineering
CTEContinuous Time Equivalent
CTEConnected Thinking for Excellence (PricewaterhouseCoopers International Ltd.)
CTECenter for Timber Engineering (UK)
CTECentre of Timber Expertise
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Cartilage tissue engineering classically uses scaffolds with or without cells; however the concept of scaffold-free cartilage tissue engineering is emerging.
The formation of such clusters is often observed in cartilage tissue engineering using cell-laden hydrogel constructs, and was also reported for gelMA-based constructs after 2 months of subcutaneous implantation in a rat model (Boere et al., 2015).
Therefore, MSCs represent an exciting progenitor cell source for application of cartilage tissue engineering and regenerative medicine.
In order to facilitate in organizing cartilage tissue engineering, hydrogels that possess biocompatibility, improved stability, mechanical strength, and biodegradability should be investigated on a nanomanufacture scale for current uses.
Electrospun Scaffolds for Cartilage Tissue Engineering. Electrospinning as a feasible and versatile technique can manipulate both natural and artificial polymers in nanoscale and promote the proliferation of mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs).
Zhang et al., "Icariin: a potential promoting compound for cartilage tissue engineering," Osteoarthritis and Cartilage, vol.
and Rotter, "Processed xenogenic cartilage as innovative biomatrix for cartilage tissue engineering: effects on chondrocyte differentiation and function," Journal of Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine, vol.
A comparison of the influence of material on in vitro cartilage tissue engineering with PCL, PGS, and POC 3D scaffold architecture seeded with chondrocytes.
In cartilage tissue engineering, scaffolds can provide three-dimensional structure for cartilage cells and be in favor of cell adhesion and proliferation [4].
Ochi, "Clinical application of scaffolds for cartilage tissue engineering," Knee Surgery, Sports Traumatology, Arthroscopy, vol.
Several bioreactors are used for cartilage tissue engineering that can be categorized based on stimuli into several groups such as direct compression, hydrostatic pressure, shear bioreactors (direct flow and fluid perfusion) and hybrid bioreactors incorporating multiple loading regimes (4).
Mesenchymal stem cells as a potential pool for cartilage tissue engineering. Ann Anat.
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