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Active Silver Nanoparticles for Wound Healing
In this preliminary study, the silver nanoparticle (Ag NP)-based dressing, Acticoat™ Flex 3, has been applied to a 3D fibroblast cell culture in vitro and to a real partial thickness burn patient.Expand
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Redox control of protein kinase C: cell- and disease-specific aspects.
Hormones, growth factors, electrical stimulation, and cell-cell interactions regulate numerous cellular processes by altering the levels of second messengers, thus influencing biochemical reactionsExpand
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High glucose induces adipogenic differentiation of muscle-derived stem cells
Regeneration of mesenchymal tissues depends on a resident stem cell population, that in most cases remains elusive in terms of cellular identity and differentiation signals. We here show that primaryExpand
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Graphene based scaffolds effects on stem cells commitment
Graphene is a flat monolayer of carbon atoms, arranged in a two-dimensional hexagonal structure, with extraordinary electrical, thermal, and physical properties. Moreover, the molecular structure ofExpand
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Neural potential of a stem cell population in the adipose and cutaneous tissues
Abstract Objective: A significant amount of recent interest has been focused on the possibility that adult human stem cells are a realistic therapeutic alternative to embryonic stem cells.Expand
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Human Bone Marrow Mesenchymal Stem Cells Display Anti-Cancer Activity in SCID Mice Bearing Disseminated Non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma Xenografts
Background Although multimodality treatment can induce high rate of remission in many subtypes of non-Hodgkin's lymphoma (NHL), significant proportions of patients relapse with incurable disease. TheExpand
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Characteristics of repair tissue in second-look and third-look biopsies from patients treated with engineered cartilage: relationship to symptomatology and time after implantation
IntroductionThe present study established characteristics of tissue regrowth in patients suffering knee lesions treated with grafts of autologous chondrocytes grown on three-dimensional hyaluronicExpand
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Hyaluronan biodegradable scaffold for small-caliber artery grafting: preliminary results in an animal model.
OBJECTIVE To evaluate a new Hyaluronan-based graft. MATERIAL AND METHODS Hyaluronan-based grafts (HYAFF 11trade mark tube, diameter 2 mm, length 1.5 cm) were implanted in an end-to-end fashion inExpand
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In vitro reconstruction of an endothelialized skin substitute provided with a microcapillary network using biopolymer scaffolds
Successful in vitro reconstruction of skin requires the inclusion of several cell types that give rise in coculture to the specific elements present in native skin, and the appropriate scaffoldingExpand
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Defective autophagy is a key feature of cerebral cavernous malformations
Cerebral cavernous malformation (CCM) is a major cerebrovascular disease affecting approximately 0.3–0.5% of the population and is characterized by enlarged and leaky capillaries that predispose toExpand
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