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Chondrogenic differentiation of adult mesenchymal stem cells and embryonic cells in collagen scaffolds.
Proceedings of the 35th Int. Conf on Advanced Ceramics and Composites
In vitro response of the bone marrow-derived mesenchymal stem cells seeded in a type-I collagen-glycosaminoglycan scaffold for skin wound repair under the mechanical loading condition.
Collagen scaffolds incorporating select therapeutic agents to facilitate a reparative response in a standardized hemiresection defect in the rat spinal cord.
The reparative response to cross-linked collagen-based scaffolds in a rat spinal cord gap model.
Implantation of a collagen scaffold seeded with adult rat hippocampal progenitors in a rat model of penetrating brain injury.
Non-viral endostatin plasmid transfection of mesenchymal stem cells via collagen scaffolds.
Effects of PDGF-BB and OP-1 on mesenchymal stem cells in a porous mineral block.
Modulation of mesenchymal stem cell chondrogenesis in a tunable hyaluronic acid hydrogel microenvironment.
The use of extracorporeal shock wave-stimulated periosteal cells for orthotopic bone generation.
Engineering endostatin-producing cartilaginous constructs for cartilage repair using nonviral transfection of chondrocyte-seeded and mesenchymal-stem-cell-seeded collagen scaffolds.
Characterization of a bilateral penetrating brain injury in rats and evaluation of a collagen biomaterial for potential treatment.
An interview with I V Yannas. Tracing one of the deepest roots of biomaterials in tissue engineering/regenerative medicine. Interview by Myron Spector.
Tissue-engineered cartilaginous constructs for the treatment of caprine cartilage defects, including distribution of laminin and type IV collagen.
Biomedical materials and 2013.
Treatment of penetrating brain injury in a rat model using collagen scaffolds incorporating soluble Nogo receptor.
An auspicious decade for biomedical materials.