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- Fonseca, Keila
B.; Gomes, David
B.; Lee, Kangwon; Santos, Susana G.; Sousa, Aureliana; Silva, Eduardo
A.; Mooney, David J.; Granja, Pedro
L.; Barrias, Cristina C.
- Biomacromolecules 2014 v.15 no.1 pp. 380-390
- alginates, etc ; animal models; cell adhesion; cell movement; extracellular matrix; humans; hydrogels; immune response; metalloproteinases; peptides; stem cells; tissue repair; Show all 12 Subjects
- ... Hydrogels with the potential to provide minimally invasive cell delivery represent a powerful tool for tissue-regeneration therapies. In this context, entrapped cells should be able to escape the matrix becoming more available to actively participate in the healing process. Here, we analyzed the performance of proteolytically degradable alginate hydrogels as vehicles for human mesenchymal stem cel ...
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