Laboratory of Osteoarticular Biology, Bioengineering and Bioimaging UMR CNRS 7052 INSERM U1271
The laboratory of Osteoarticular Biology, Bioengineering and Bioimaging (B3OA) UMR CNRS 7052 INSERM U1271 is affiliated with the CNRS Department of Science for Engineers , with the INSERM , with the Paris University and with the Ecole Nationale Vétérinaire de Maisons-Alfort .
Since its creation in 1977, the B3OA has developed a renowned expertise for repair and imaging of osteoarticular tissues. Based on its experience, the mission of the B3O lab is to provide world-class research and education on osteo-articular bioengineering and imaging.
The B3OA lab's important knowledge and unique expertise in tissue engineering, medical imaging and cellular and molecular biology enables it to develop innovative, multidisciplinary approaches for orthopedics, dentistry and radiology.
Our latest news
Agathe BEDOUX is a M1 student from UTC. Her master project will determine the response of MSCs from patients with osteogenesis imperfecta to shear stress.
Nicolas PHILLIPS is a M1 student at UTC. His master project focuses on the development and evaluation of spectral CT methods for the early detection of osteoarthritis.
Karla MIRALLES DOS SANTOS is a M2 student from Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Mines de Saint-Etienne. Her master project will analyse the cellular behavior of MSCs at the contact of…
Our patent "Non invasive process for the evaluation of the quality of internal dense connective tissues" has been nominated by APINNOV for their Promising Patent trophy.
Etienne GUIGONNAT is a CNRS development engineer. He is our new administrative and financial manager. He joined our lab on June 2020. See his profile
Our latest publications
This literature review presents for the first time the effects on five exercise models (treadmill running, wheel running, swimming, resistance training and vibration modes) in three different experimental rat groups (males, females, osteopenic) on bone quality.
Does eccentric-concentric resistance training improve early functional outcomes compared to concentric resistance training after total knee arthroplasty?
This study showed that early combined eccentric-concentric rehabilitation after total knee arthroplasty appears to be associated with improved outcomes compared to classic concentric rehabilitation protocols, on both physical function and quality of life.
Osteogenic-differentiated mesenchymal stem cell-secreted extracellular matrix as a bone morphogenetic protein-2 delivery system for ectopic bone formation
This study provided evidence that the osteoinductive potential of BMP-2 was greater when loaded within an osteogenic MSC-derived ECM.
In the present review, we aimed to identify the up-to-date biological effects and underlying mechanisms of astaxanthin on the ROS-induced diabetes mellitus-associated metabolic disorders and subsequent complications
Custom-made macroporous bioceramic implants based on triply-periodic minimal surfaces for bone defects in load-bearing sites
This study showed, for the first time, that custom-made TPMS-based bioceramic implants could be produced and successfully implanted in load-bearing sites