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Cell membrane coating for reducing nanoparticle-induced inflammatory responses to scaffold constructs
The controlled release of therapeutics from microparticles or nanoparticles (NPs) has been well-studied. Incorporation of these particles inside biomaterial scaffolds is promising for tissueExpand
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Human urokinase receptor concentration in malignant and benign breast tumors by in vitro quantitative autoradiography: comparison with urokinase levels.
We measured the tissue concentration of human urokinase receptor (uPAR) in 22 breast carcinomas and 9 benign breast lesions using in vitro quantitative autoradiography. Tissue sections were incubatedExpand
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Non-genetic engineering of cells for drug delivery and cell-based therapy.
Cell-based therapy is a promising modality to address many unmet medical needs. In addition to genetic engineering, material-based, biochemical, and physical science-based approaches have emerged asExpand
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Cellometer Vision as an alternative to flow cytometry for cell cycle analysis, mitochondrial potential, and immunophenotyping
Cell phenotyping and cell cycle analysis are two commonly used assays in both clinical diagnosis and biomedical research. Cell phenotyping by identifying different biomarkers is essential for theExpand
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Targeting Chondroitin Sulfate Glycosaminoglycans to Treat Cardiac Fibrosis in Pathological Remodeling
Background: Heart failure is a leading cause of mortality and morbidity, and the search for novel therapeutic approaches continues. In the monogenic disease mucopolysaccharidosis VI, loss-of-functionExpand
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Cell Membrane Bioconjugation and Membrane-Derived Nanomaterials for Immunotherapy.
Cell membrane engineering, including live cell membrane bioconjugation and cell membrane-derived nanomaterials is a highly promising strategy to modulate immune responses for treating diseases. ManyExpand
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[Characteristics of the cytostatic effects of oridonin in vitro].
  • X. Li, C. Lin, P. Y. Li
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Zhongguo yao li xue bao = Acta pharmacologica…
  • 19 February 1986
The cytostatic effects of oridonin on the MGc80-3 human gastric adenocarcinoma cells in different proliferation stages were studied by colony-forming assay. An exposure of exponential-phase cells toExpand
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[Comparative study on the sensitivities of seven human cancer cell lines to rubescensine A].
Rubescensine A (Rub A) was shown to be active against murine tumours in vivo. In the present study, a comparative observation was carried out in 7 lines of human cancer cells, which were exposed inExpand
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In vitro receptor imaging for characterization of human solid tumors.
Since many of the factors involved in tumor growth and progression act through a receptor-mediated mechanism, we applied in vitro receptor imaging techniques to study the intratumoral distributionExpand
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A new class of biological materials: Cell membrane-derived hydrogel scaffolds.
Biological materials are superior to synthetic biomaterials in biocompatibility and active interactions with cells. Here, a new class of biological materials, cell membrane-derived hydrogel scaffoldsExpand
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