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First detection of primary cilia in injured human anterior cruciate ligament: A pilot study with pathophysiological reflections

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Grevenstein, David ; Oppermann, Johannes ; Winter, Lina ; Barsch, Friedrich ; Niedermair, Tanja ; Mamilos, Andreas ; Eysel, Peer ; Brochhausen, Christoph
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Date of publication of this fulltext: 24 Oct 2022 13:37


The anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) plays a significant role in knee stability, protects the joint under multiple loading conditions and shows complex biomechanics. Beside mechanical stability, the ACL seems to play a crucial role in proprioception, and it is well known, that ACL injuries can cause functional deficits due to decreased proprioception. However, the mechanism of proprioception is ...


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