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Engineering robust and functional vascular networks in vivo with human adult and cord blood-derived progenitor cells.
Fibroblast growth factor-2 facilitates rapid anastomosis formation between bioengineered human vascular networks and living vasculature.
Type I collagen, fibrin and PuraMatrix matrices provide permissive environments for human endothelial and mesenchymal progenitor cells to form neovascular networks.
Host myeloid cells are necessary for creating bioengineered human vascular networks in vivo.
Chapter 13. An in vivo experimental model for postnatal vasculogenesis.
Equal modulation of endothelial cell function by four distinct tissue-specific mesenchymal stem cells.
Human white adipose tissue vasculature contains endothelial colony-forming cells with robust in vivo vasculogenic potential.
Microfluidic capture of endothelial colony-forming cells from human adult peripheral blood: phenotypic and functional validation in vivo.
Enzymatic regulation of functional vascular networks using gelatin hydrogels.
Spatiotemporal release of BMP-2 and VEGF enhances osteogenic and vasculogenic differentiation of human mesenchymal stem cells and endothelial colony-forming cells co-encapsulated in a patterned hydrogel.
Endothelial Progenitors: A Consensus Statement on Nomenclature.
Endothelial colony forming cells and mesenchymal progenitor cells form blood vessels and increase blood flow in ischemic muscle.
Comparison of covalently and physically cross-linked collagen hydrogels on mediating vascular network formation for engineering adipose tissue.
In Vivo Vascular Network Forming Assay.