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Academic Article A combinatorial cell-laden gel microarray for inducing osteogenic differentiation of human mesenchymal stem cells.
Academic Article Engineered cell-laden human protein-based elastomer.
Academic Article Eggshell particle-reinforced hydrogels for bone tissue engineering: an orthogonal approach.
Academic Article Multi-gradient hydrogels produced layer by layer with capillary flow and crosslinking in open microchannels.
Academic Article Simulation of early calcific aortic valve disease in a 3D platform: A role for myofibroblast differentiation.
Academic Article A contactless electrical stimulator: application to fabricate functional skeletal muscle tissue.
Academic Article Directing valvular interstitial cell myofibroblast-like differentiation in a hybrid hydrogel platform.
Academic Article Activated-ester-type photocleavable crosslinker for preparation of photodegradable hydrogels using a two-component mixing reaction.
Academic Article Responsive micromolds for sequential patterning of hydrogel microstructures.
Academic Article 25th anniversary article: Rational design and applications of hydrogels in regenerative medicine.
Academic Article Surface-modified hyaluronic acid hydrogels to capture endothelial progenitor cells.
Academic Article Structural Reinforcement of Cell-Laden Hydrogels with Microfabricated Three Dimensional Scaffolds.
Academic Article Synthesis and characterization of hybrid hyaluronic acid-gelatin hydrogels.
Academic Article Engineered contractile skeletal muscle tissue on a microgrooved methacrylated gelatin substrate.
Academic Article Mineralized Hydrogels Induce Bone Regeneration in Critical Size Cranial Defects.
Academic Article Synthesis and characterization of photocrosslinkable albumin-based hydrogels for biomedical applications.
Academic Article Oxygen-Generating Photo-Cross-Linkable Hydrogels Support Cardiac Progenitor Cell Survival by Reducing Hypoxia-Induced Necrosis.

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