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Using Polymeric Biomaterials to Engineer Endothelial Cells Surfaces as a Glycocalyx Replacement for Organ Transplantation Applications comments

by Erika Siren
Introduction The exclusion of expanded criteria donors ECD from transplantation surgery majorly impacts organ recipient wait times, as their organs are too damaged to survive the transplantation process 1 ...
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Investigating Infrared Photomodulation on Increased Cell Growth Rate of Human Corneal Epithelial Cells comments

by Corinna Smith
Keywords Photobiomodulation, Wound Healing, In Vitro Model The potential for near infrared IR light emitting diodes LEDs to increase the healing rate of injuries has been suggested by multiple research and product development groups...
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Characterizing the Mechanisms of ASC-Mediated Adipose Tissue Regeneration in a Syngeneic Murine Implant Model comments

by Lauren Flynn John Walker
Adipose tissue has a high capacity for expansion and regression throughout mammalian life. Nevertheless, following reconstructive surgeries designed to augment adipose depots, or tissue injury, adipose tissue displays limited regenerative capacity, and is instead often replaced with scar tissue...
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Mitigating the Non-specific Uptake of Immunomagnetic Microparticles Enables the Reproducible Isolation of Microvascular Endothelial Cells from Human Adipose Tissue in Large Quantities with High Purity comments

by Paul J Santerre Jeremy Antonyshyn
Adipose tissue is an abundant and uniquely dispensable source of endothelial cells HAMVECs for vascular tissue engineering...
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Resin/Dentin Interface Degradation is Dependent on Restorative Material and MMP-Inhibition comments

by Bo Huang
Resin-based restorations are the most popular restorative materials in dentistry. However, the invasion of cariogenic bacteria Streptococcus mutans into tooth restoration interface leads to the development of secondary caries which limits restoration s longevity...
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