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Human umbilical cord mesenchymal stromal cells in a sandwich approach for osteochondral tissue engineering.
Subcritical CO2 sintering of microspheres of different polymeric materials to fabricate scaffolds for tissue engineering.
The bioactivity of agarose-PEGDA interpenetrating network hydrogels with covalently immobilized RGD peptides and physically entrapped aggrecan.
Structure and function of the temporomandibular joint disc: implications for tissue engineering.
Motivation, characterization, and strategy for tissue engineering the temporomandibular joint disc.
Quantitative analysis and comparative regional investigation of the extracellular matrix of the porcine temporomandibular joint disc.
Mapping glycosaminoglycan-hydroxyapatite colloidal gels as potential tissue defect fillers.
Decellularized Wharton's Jelly from human umbilical cord as a novel 3D scaffolding material for tissue engineering applications.
Leveraging "raw materials" as building blocks and bioactive signals in regenerative medicine.
Incorporation of aggrecan in interpenetrating network hydrogels to improve cellular performance for cartilage tissue engineering.
Effects of growth factors on temporomandibular joint disc cells.
Effect of initial seeding density on human umbilical cord mesenchymal stromal cells for fibrocartilage tissue engineering.
Hyaline cartilage cells outperform mandibular condylar cartilage cells in a TMJ fibrocartilage tissue engineering application.
A comparison of human bone marrow-derived mesenchymal stem cells and human umbilical cord-derived mesenchymal stromal cells for cartilage tissue engineering.
Tuning mechanical performance of poly(ethylene glycol) and agarose interpenetrating network hydrogels for cartilage tissue engineering.
Automated Decellularization of Musculoskeletal Tissues with High Extracellular Matrix Retention.