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  • 1.   Human nucleus pulposis can respond to a pro-inflammatory stimulus

    The aim of this study was to describe if the human intervertebral disc is capable of responding to a pro-inflammatory stimulus

    Spine, Vol: 28 Page: 2685-93 December 2003
    J. G. Burke; G. Watson RW ; D. Conhyea; D. McCormack; F. E. Dowling; M. G. Walsh; J. M. Fitzpatrick

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