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 According to Professor Dietmar W. Hutmacher, from QUT's Institute of Health and Biomedical Innovation, weak structures are turned into mechanically strong ones through fibre reinforcement. ​ According to Professor Dietmar W. Hutmacher, from QUT's Institute of Health and Biomedical Innovation, weak structures are turned into mechanically strong ones through fibre reinforcement. ​
-"Such is the case with articular cartilage tissue, which is formed by stiff and strong collagen ​fibres ​intertwined within a very weak gel matrix of proteoglycans,"​ Professorl; Hutmacher said.+"Such is the case with articular cartilage tissue, which is formed by stiff and strong collagen ​fibers ​intertwined within a very weak gel matrix of proteoglycans,"​ Professorl; Hutmacher said.
  
-Professore ​Hutmacher also stated that by converging this concept with tissue engineering,​ it would be likely to learn how to choose an effective combination of matrix and reinforcement structure to achieve an enhanced mechanical properties for engineering body parts. ​ He said that hydrogels were chosen because they featured excellent biological properties. ​+Professor ​Hutmacher also stated that by converging this concept with tissue engineering,​ it would be likely to learn how to choose an effective combination of matrix and reinforcement structure to achieve an enhanced mechanical properties for engineering body parts. ​ He said that hydrogels were chosen because they featured excellent biological properties. ​
  
 Despite of having these properties, hydrogels alone still can’t meet the requirements for a successful output for the tissue regeneration of the musculoskeletal system. ​ Despite of having these properties, hydrogels alone still can’t meet the requirements for a successful output for the tissue regeneration of the musculoskeletal system. ​
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