Scientists have created a synthetic analogue of human bone tissue

Scientists from Northern Siberian technological Institute has developed a "cement for bones". The analogue of the bone tissue will help in fractures and other diseases of the musculoskeletal system associated with the violation of the integrity of the bones.

"Cement" is applied to the site of fracture or cracking. After a short period of time, it hardens and becomes indistinguishable from real bone. The material is not rejected by the body and does not cause an immune response through the use of natural ingredients.

Scientists suggest that their development will be useful not only to surgeons and dentists, cosmetologists. Replacement of metal structures and synthetic materials on natural cement for bones" could be a new trend of medicine.

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