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  1. Biomaterial-Mediated Factor Delivery for Spinal Cord Injury Treatment
  2. Enhancement of Neuroglial Extracellular Matrix Formation and Physiological Activity of Dopaminergic Neural Cocultures by Macromolecular Crowding
  3. Enhancement of Neuroglial Extracellular Matrix Formation and Physiological Activity of Dopaminergic Neural Cocultures by Macromolecular Crowding
  4. Allogeneic Serum and Macromolecular Crowding Maintain Native Equine Tenocyte Function in Culture
  5. Transforming eukaryotic cell culture with macromolecular crowding
  6. Editorial: When the Shape Does Matter: Three-Dimensional In Vitro Models of Epithelial Barriers
  7. Enhancing the Efficacy of Stem Cell Therapy with Glycosaminoglycans
  8. Macromolecular dextran sulfate facilitates extracellular matrix deposition by electrostatic interaction independent from a macromolecular crowding effect
  9. The synergistic effect of low oxygen tension and macromolecular crowding in the development of extracellular matrix-rich tendon equivalents
  10. Ciclopirox olamine promotes the angiogenic response of endothelial cells and mesenchymal stem cells
  11. In Vitro Expansion of Keratinocytes on Human Dermal Fibroblast-Derived Matrix Retains Their Stem-Like Characteristics
  12. Growing Human Dermal Fibroblasts as Spheroids Renders Them Susceptible for Early Expression of Pluripotency Genes
  13. Current and upcoming therapies to modulate skin scarring and fibrosis
  14. Local pharmacological induction of angiogenesis: Drugs for cells and cells as drugs
  15. Permanent Hydrophilization and Generic Bioactivation of Melt Electrowritten Scaffolds
  16. Advanced in vitro models analysis
  17. Fibrillar fibronectin plays a key role as nucleator of collagen I polymerization during macromolecular crowding-enhanced matrix assembly
  18. Of balls, inks and cages: Hybrid biofabrication of 3D tissue analogs
  19. The Collagen Suprafamily: From Biosynthesis to Advanced Biomaterial Development
  20. RGB-Color Intensiometric Indicators to Visualize Spatiotemporal Dynamics of ATP in Single Cells
  21. The controversial origin of pericytes during angiogenesis – Implications for cell-based therapeutic angiogenesis and cell-based therapies
  22. Wound healing and scar wars
  23. TEDD Annual Meeting with 3D Bioprinting Workshop
  24. Concise Review: Multifaceted Characterization of Human Mesenchymal Stem Cells for Use in Regenerative Medicine
  25. Ca2+-associated triphasic pH changes in mitochondria during brown adipocyte activation
  26. Conference Report on TEDD & 3R Workshop at ZHAW Waedenswil
  27. Optical visualisation of thermogenesis in stimulated single-cell brown adipocytes
  28. TRP channels influence brown adipogenesis
  29. Making microenvironments: A look into incorporating macromolecular crowding into in vitro experiments, to generate biomimetic microenvironments which are capable of directing cell function for tissue engineering applications
  30. Effects of Macromolecular Crowding on Human Adipose Stem Cell Culture in Fetal Bovine Serum, Human Serum, and Defined Xeno-Free/Serum-Free Conditions
  31. Collagen Quantification in Tissue Specimens
  32. Improving 2D and 3D Skin <em>In Vitro</em> Models Using Macromolecular Crowding
  33. Combination of ciclopirox olamine and sphingosine-1-phosphate as granulation enhancer in diabetic wounds
  34. ECM microenvironment unlocks brown adipogenic potential of adult human bone marrow-derived MSCs
  35. Simultaneous Delivery of Highly Diverse Bioactive Compounds from Blend Electrospun Fibers for Skin Wound Healing
  36. Accelerated Development of Supramolecular Corneal Stromal-Like Assemblies from Corneal Fibroblasts in the Presence of Macromolecular Crowders
  37. Microcapsules engineered to support mesenchymal stem cell (MSC) survival and proliferation enable long-term retention of MSCs in infarcted myocardium
  38. Establishing Criteria for Human Mesenchymal Stem Cell Potency
  39. Macromolecular crowding gives rise to microviscosity, anomalous diffusion and accelerated actin polymerization
  40. Differential Effects of the Extracellular Microenvironment on Human Embryonic Stem Cell Differentiation into Keratinocytes and Their Subsequent Replicative Life Span
  41. Synergistic Rate Boosting of Collagen Fibrillogenesis in Heterogeneous Mixtures of Crowding Agents
  42. Macromolecularly crowded in vitro microenvironments accelerate the production of extracellular matrix-rich supramolecular assemblies
  43. Incorporation of a Prolyl Hydroxylase Inhibitor into Scaffolds: A Strategy for Stimulating Vascularization
  44. Sourcing of an Alternative Pericyte-Like Cell Type from Peripheral Blood in Clinically Relevant Numbers for Therapeutic Angiogenic Applications
  45. Making More Matrix: Enhancing the Deposition of Dermal–Epidermal Junction Components In Vitro and Accelerating Organotypic Skin Culture Development, Using Macromolecular Crowding
  46. Novel Use for Polyvinylpyrrolidone as a Macromolecular Crowder for Enhanced Extracellular Matrix Deposition and Cell Proliferation
  47. Tuning the architecture of three-dimensional collagen hydrogels by physiological macromolecular crowding
  48. Mitochondrial Routing of Glucose and Sucrose Polymers after Pinocytotic Uptake: Avenues for Drug Delivery
  49. Macromolecular Crowding Amplifies Adipogenesis of Human Bone Marrow-Derived Mesenchymal Stem Cells by Enhancing the Pro-Adipogenic Microenvironment
  50. Macromolecular Crowding Meets Tissue Engineering by Self-Assembly: A Paradigm Shift in Regenerative Medicine
  51. Not All MSCs Can Act as Pericytes: Functional In Vitro Assays to Distinguish Pericytes from Other Mesenchymal Stem Cells in Angiogenesis
  52. Cellular re- and de-programming by microenvironmental memory: why short TGF-β1 pulses can have long effects
  53. Telomere length analysis of human mesenchymal stem cells by quantitative PCR
  54. Complementary effects of ciclopirox olamine, a prolyl hydroxylase inhibitor and sphingosine 1-phosphate on fibroblasts and endothelial cells in driving capillary sprouting
  55. Human fibroblast matrices bio-assembled under macromolecular crowding support stable propagation of human embryonic stem cells
  56. Macromolecular Crowding Directs Extracellular Matrix Organization and Mesenchymal Stem Cell Behavior
  57. In vitroevaluation of Ficoll-enriched and genipin-stabilised collagen scaffolds
  58. Assembly of biomacromolecule loaded polyelectrolyte multilayer capsules by using water soluble sacrificial templates
  59. Biomimetic surface modification of titanium surfaces for early cell capture by advanced electrospinning
  60. Tissue adhesives in ocular surgery
  61. Matrix Components and Scaffolds for Sustained Islet Function
  62. Elastomeric electrospun scaffolds of poly(l-lactide-co-trimethylene carbonate) for myocardial tissue engineering
  63. Evaluation of the Biocompatibility of PLACL/Collagen Nanostructured Matrices with Cardiomyocytes as a Model for the Regeneration of Infarcted Myocardium
  64. Applying macromolecular crowding to enhance extracellular matrix deposition and its remodeling in vitro for tissue engineering and cell-based therapies
  65. Essential modification of the Sircol Collagen Assay for the accurate quantification of collagen content in complex protein solutions
  66. The physiological relevance of wet versus dry differential scanning calorimetry for biomaterial evaluation: a technical note
  67. Characterization of amine donor and acceptor sites for tissue type transglutaminase using a sequence from the C-terminus of human fibrillin-1 and the N-terminus of osteonectin
  68. Multimodal biomaterial strategies for regeneration of infarcted myocardium
  69. Focus on collagen: in vitro systems to study fibrogenesis and antifibrosis _ state of the art
  70. Understanding how the crowded interior of cells stabilizes DNA/DNA and DNA/RNA hybrids–in silico predictions and in vitro evidence
  71. The Scar-in-a-Jar: studying potential antifibrotic compounds from the epigenetic to extracellular level in a single well
  72. Early adhesive behavior of bone-marrow-derived mesenchymal stem cells on collagen electrospun fibers
  73. Suberoylanilide hydroxamic acid: a potential epigenetic therapeutic agent for lung fibrosis?
  74. Anin situandin vitroinvestigation for the transglutaminase potential in tissue engineering
  75. Pharmacologically induced angiogenesis in transgenic zebrafish
  76. Macromolecular crowding in vitro as means of emulating cellular interiors: When less might be more
  77. Ehlers-Danlos syndrome type IV caused by Gly400Glu, Gly595Cys and Glyl003Asp substitutions in collagen III: clinical features, biochemical screening, and molecular confirmation
  78. Electro-spinning of pure collagen nano-fibres – Just an expensive way to make gelatin?
  79. Das Marfan-Syndrom: Strategien einer interdisziplinären Betreuung
  80. Collagen solubility testing, a quality assurance step for reproducible electro-spun nano-fibre fabrication. A technical note
  81. Emulating a crowded intracellular environment in vitro dramatically improves RT-PCR performance
  82. Nanofiber Patent Landscape
  83. Collagen matrix deposition is dramatically enhancedin vitrowhen crowded with charged macromolecules: The biological relevance of the excluded volume effect
  84. In VitroEnhancement of Collagen Matrix Formation and Crosslinking for Applications in Tissue Engineering: A Preliminary Study
  85. Defensins HNP1 and HBD2 Stimulation of Wound-Associated Responses in Human Conjunctival Fibroblasts
  86. Plasminogen activator inhibitor-2 is expressed in different types of congenital ichthyosis:in vivoevidence for its cross-linking into the cornified cell envelope by transglutaminase-1
  87. Serine Proteinase Inhibitors in the Skin: Role in Homeostasis and Disease
  88. Generalized Exfoliative Erythroderma Since Birth—Diagnosis
  89. SPINK5 and Netherton Syndrome: Novel Mutations, Demonstration of Missing LEKTI, and Differential Expression of Transglutaminases
  90. Collagen Metabolism Is a Novel Target of the Neuropeptide α-Melanocyte-stimulating Hormone
  91. Self-Healing Collodion Baby: a Dynamic Phenotype Explained by a Particular Transglutaminase-1 Mutation
  92. Homozygous Gly530Ser substitution inCOL5A1 causes mild classical Ehlers-Danlos syndrome
  93. Human Dermal Fibroblasts Express Prohormone Convertases 1 and 2 and Produce Proopiomelanocortin-Derived Peptides
  94. Interleukin-6-Resistant Melanoma Cells Exhibit Reduced Activation of STAT3 and Lack of Inhibition of Cyclin E-Associated Kinase Activity
  95. Confocal Laser Scanning Analysis of the Association of Fibulin-2 with Fibrillin-1 and Fibronectin Define Different Stages of Skin Regeneration
  96. Transient Bullous Dermolysis of the Newborn Associated with Compound Heterozygosity for Recessive and Dominant COL7A1 Mutations
  97. A novel in situ method for the detection of deficient transglutaminase activity in the skin
  98. The Cutaneous Microfibrillar Apparatus Contains Latent Transforming Growth Factor-β Binding Protein-1 (LTBP-1) and is a Repository for Latent TGF-β1
  99. Two Forms of Collagen XVII in Keratinocytes
  100. Some, but Not All, Glycine Substitution Mutations inCOL7A1 Result in Intracellular Accumulation of Collagen VII, Loss of Anchoring Fibrils, and Skin Blistering
  101. Demonstration of mutant fibrillin-1 production and assembly into abnormal microfibrils in the tight skin mouse
  102. Isolation and characterization of the lower portion of the thin limb of Henle in primary culture
  103. Das Marfan-Syndrom: Diagnostik der kardiovaskulären Manifestationen
  104. Das Marfan-Syndrom: Therapie bei kardiovaskulären Manifestationen
  105. Genetic and immunohistochemical detection of mutations inactivating the keratinocyte transglutaminase in patients with lamellar ichthyosis
  106. The Tight Skin Mouse: Demonstration of Mutant Fibrillin-1 Production and Assembly into Abnormal Microfibrils
  107. The Marfan syndrome: Prevalence and natural history of cardiovascular manifestations
  108. Burns (Part 2)
  109. Cultured epithelial autografts: diving from surgery into matrix biology
  110. Tops and flops using cultured epithelial autografts in children
  111. A Rare Branch-Point Mutation Is Associated with Missplicing of Fibrillin-2 in a Large Family with Congenital Contractural Arachnodactyly
  112. Efficacy of cultured epithelial autografts in pediatric burns and reconstructive surgery
  113. A Point Mutation Creating an ExtraN-Glycosylation Site in Fibrillin-1 Results in Neonatal Marfan Syndrome
  114. Cross-linking of the dermo-epidermal junction of skin regenerating from keratinocyte autografts. Anchoring fibrils are a target for tissue transglutaminase.
  115. Fibrillin and Elastin Expression in Skin Regenerating From Cultured Keratinocyte Autografts: Morphogenesis of Microfibrils Begins At the Dermo-epidermal Junction and Precedes Elastic Fiber Formation
  116. Prenatal diagnosis of marfan syndrome: Identification of a fibrillin-1 mutation in chorionic villus sample
  117. Truncated Profibrillin of a Marfan Patient is of Apparent Similar Size as Fibrillin: Intracellular Retention Leads to over-N-glycosylation
  118. Genetic counselling on brittle grounds: Recurring osteogenesis imperfecta due to parental mosaicism for a dominant mutation
  119. Delayed Helix Formation of Mutant Collagen
  120. Prenatal Diagnosis of Collagen Disorders by Direct Biochemical Analysis of Chorionic Villus Biopsies
  121. Analyses of truncated fibrillin caused by a 366 bp deletion in the FBN1 gene resulting in Marfan syndrome
  122. Polylactosamine sugar chains expressed by epithelia of Henle's loop and collecting duct in rat and human kidney are selectively recognized by human cold agglutinins anti-I/i
  123. Delayed Triple Helix Formation of Mutant Collagen from Patient with Osteogenesis Imperfecta
  124. Intracellular Accumulation of Collagen VII in Cultured Keratinocytes from a Patient with Dominant Dystrophic Epidermolysis Bullosa
  125. SSCP detection of a Gly565Val substitution in the pro?(I) collagen chain resulting in osteogenesis imperfecta type II
  126. An Intronic Deletion Leading to Skipping of Exon 21 ofCol1a2in a Boy with Mild Osteogenesis Imperfecta
  127. Decreased extracellular deposition of fibrillin and decorin in neonatal Marfan syndrome fibroblasts
  128. Deficiencies of fibrillin and decorin in fibroblast cultures of a patient with neonatal Marfan syndrome.
  129. A case report of a patient with features of systemic lupus erythematosus and linear IgA disease
  130. Extraction of Various Arachidonic Acid Metabolites from Minimal Amounts of Biological Fluid with a New Generation of Miniaturized Solid Phase Extraction Cartridges
  131. Detection of a human autoantibody against intercalated cells of kidney-collecting tubule
  132. Der Crithidia luciliae Immunfluoreszenztest (CLIF) zum Nachweis von Autoantikörpern gegen Doppelstrang-DNS: Vergleich der diagnostischen Sensitivität und Spezifität von neun kommerziellen CLIF-Kits
  133. Pyridinedicarboxylates, the first mechanism-derived inhibitors for prolyl 4-hydroxylase, selectively suppress cellular hydroxyprolyl biosynthesis. Decrease in interstitial collagen and Clq secretion in cell culture