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Concept Fibroblasts
Concept Fibroblast Growth Factors
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Academic Article Part II: Fibroblasts preferentially migrate in the direction of principal strain.
Academic Article Part I: A novel in-vitro system for simultaneous mechanical stimulation and time-lapse microscopy in 3D.
Academic Article The effect of matrix characteristics on fibroblast proliferation in 3D gels.
Academic Article Tenascin C promiscuously binds growth factors via its fifth fibronectin type III-like domain.
Academic Article Biomolecular hydrogels formed and degraded via site-specific enzymatic reactions.
Academic Article Conjugate addition reactions combined with free-radical cross-linking for the design of materials for tissue engineering.
Academic Article Molecularly engineered self-assembling membranes for cell-mediated degradation.
Academic Article SPARC-derived protease substrates to enhance the plasmin sensitivity of molecularly engineered PEG hydrogels.
Academic Article An RGD spacing of 440 nm is sufficient for integrin alpha V beta 3-mediated fibroblast spreading and 140 nm for focal contact and stress fiber formation.
Academic Article 3D morphology of cell cultures: a quantitative approach using micrometer synchrotron light tomography.
Academic Article Mechanisms of 3-D migration and matrix remodeling of fibroblasts within artificial ECMs.
Academic Article RGD-grafted poly-L-lysine-graft-(polyethylene glycol) copolymers block non-specific protein adsorption while promoting cell adhesion.
Academic Article Surface-grafted cell-binding peptides in tissue engineering of the vascular graft.
Academic Article Biological responses to polyethylene oxide modified polyethylene terephthalate surfaces.
Academic Article Separation of the arterial wall from blood contact using hydrogel barriers reduces intimal thickening after balloon injury in the rat: the roles of medial and luminal factors in arterial healing.
Academic Article Biologically engineered protein-graft-poly(ethylene glycol) hydrogels: a cell adhesive and plasmin-degradable biosynthetic material for tissue repair.
Academic Article Enhanced proteolytic degradation of molecularly engineered PEG hydrogels in response to MMP-1 and MMP-2.
Academic Article Towards a fully-synthetic substitute of alginate: development of a new process using thermal gelation and chemical cross-linking.
Academic Article Immobilized amines and basic amino acids as mimetic heparin-binding domains for cell surface proteoglycan-mediated adhesion.
Academic Article Biopolymeric delivery matrices for angiogenic growth factors.
Academic Article Development of fibrin derivatives for controlled release of heparin-binding growth factors.
Academic Article Molecularly engineered PEG hydrogels: a novel model system for proteolytically mediated cell migration.
Academic Article Covalent surface immobilization of Arg-Gly-Asp- and Tyr-Ile-Gly-Ser-Arg-containing peptides to obtain well-defined cell-adhesive substrates.
Academic Article Self-assembly and steric stabilization at heterogeneous, biological surfaces using adsorbing block copolymers.
Academic Article Synthetic extracellular matrices for in situ tissue engineering.
Academic Article Solution technique to incorporate polyethylene oxide and other water-soluble polymers into surfaces of polymeric biomaterials.
Academic Article Densely crosslinked polymer networks of poly(ethylene glycol) in trimethylolpropane triacrylate for cell-adhesion-resistant surfaces.
Academic Article Murine macrophage behavior on peptide-grafted polyethyleneglycol-containing networks.
Academic Article Chemisorbed poly(propylene sulphide)-based copolymers resist biomolecular interactions.
Academic Article Extracellular matrix-inspired growth factor delivery systems for bone regeneration.
Academic Article Photopolymerized hyaluronic acid-based hydrogels and interpenetrating networks.

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