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Part II: Fibroblasts preferentially migrate in the direction of principal strain.
The promotion of endothelial cell attachment and spreading using FNIII10 fused to VEGF-A165.
Fibronectin binding modulates CXCL11 activity and facilitates wound healing.
Compressed collagen gel: a novel scaffold for human bladder cells.
IGF-1-containing multi-layered collagen-fibrin hybrid scaffolds for bladder tissue engineering.
Microfluidic production of bioactive fibrin micro-beads embedded in crosslinked collagen used as an injectable bulking agent for urinary incontinence treatment.
Analysis of progenitor cell-scaffold combinations by in vivo non-invasive photonic imaging.
Mechanisms of 3-D migration and matrix remodeling of fibroblasts within artificial ECMs.
Bioluminescence imaging of calvarial bone repair using bone marrow and adipose tissue-derived mesenchymal stem cells.
Prescription for a pharmacyte.
Three-dimensional migration of neurites is mediated by adhesion site density and affinity.
The selective modulation of endothelial cell mobility on RGD peptide containing surfaces by YIGSR peptides.
Lymphatic drainage function and its immunological implications: from dendritic cell homing to vaccine design.
Recombinant protein-co-PEG networks as cell-adhesive and proteolytically degradable hydrogel matrixes. Part II: biofunctional characteristics.
Vascular endothelial cell adhesion and spreading promoted by the peptide REDV of the IIICS region of plasma fibronectin is mediated by integrin alpha 4 beta 1.
Molecularly engineered PEG hydrogels: a novel model system for proteolytically mediated cell migration.
Controlling integrin specificity and stem cell differentiation in 2D and 3D environments through regulation of fibronectin domain stability.
Local induction of lymphangiogenesis with engineered fibrin-binding VEGF-C promotes wound healing by increasing immune cell trafficking and matrix remodeling.
The 12th-14th type III repeats of fibronectin function as a highly promiscuous growth factor-binding domain.