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Concept Protein Engineering
Academic Article Synthetic biomaterials as instructive extracellular microenvironments for morphogenesis in tissue engineering.
Academic Article The promotion of endothelial cell attachment and spreading using FNIII10 fused to VEGF-A165.
Academic Article Improving protein pharmacokinetics by engineering erythrocyte affinity.
Academic Article Endothelial cell-selective materials for tissue engineering in the vascular graft via a new receptor.
Academic Article Molecularly engineered self-assembling membranes for cell-mediated degradation.
Academic Article Engineering antigens for in situ erythrocyte binding induces T-cell deletion.
Academic Article Drug development: longer-lived proteins.
Academic Article Human Kunitz-type protease inhibitor engineered for enhanced matrix retention extends longevity of fibrin biomaterials.
Academic Article Engineering integrin signaling for promoting embryonic stem cell self-renewal in a precisely defined niche.
Academic Article Engineered fibrin matrices for functional display of cell membrane-bound growth factor-like activities: study of angiogenic signaling by ephrin-B2.
Academic Article Biologically engineered protein-graft-poly(ethylene glycol) hydrogels: a cell adhesive and plasmin-degradable biosynthetic material for tissue repair.
Academic Article Local induction of lymphangiogenesis with engineered fibrin-binding VEGF-C promotes wound healing by increasing immune cell trafficking and matrix remodeling.
Academic Article Bone repair with a form of BMP-2 engineered for incorporation into fibrin cell ingrowth matrices.
Academic Article Cell-demanded liberation of VEGF121 from fibrin implants induces local and controlled blood vessel growth.
Academic Article Growth factors engineered for super-affinity to the extracellular matrix enhance tissue healing.
Academic Article Drug development: Longer-lived proteins.
Academic Article Engineering antigen-specific immunological tolerance.
Academic Article Engineering growth factors for regenerative medicine applications.

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