Regenerative Medicine


140 Matrix viscoelasticity controls spatiotemporal tissue organization.

139 The sea spider Pycnogonum litorale overturns the paradigm of the absence of axial regeneration in molting animals

138 Lymphatic vessels in bone support regeneration after injury.

137 Bone marrow-derived IGF-1 orchestrates maintenance and regeneration of the adult skeleton.

136 Fibroblast inflammatory priming determines regenerative versus fibrotic skin repair in reindeer.

135 Structure-based design of selective, orally available salt-inducible kinase inhibitors that stimulate bone formation in mice.

134 Vegf signaling between Müller glia and vascular endothelial cells is regulated by immune cells and stimulates retina regeneration.

133 In vivo partial reprogramming by bacteria promotes adult liver organ growth without fibrosis and tumorigenesis.

132 Engineering human mini-bones for the standardized modeling of healthy hematopoiesis, leukemia, and solid tumor metastasis.

131 Crustacean leg regeneration restores complex microanatomy and cell diversity.

130 Exocrine pancreas regeneration modifies original pancreas to alleviate diabetes in mouse models.

129 Meteorin-like promotes heart repair through endothelial KIT receptor tyrosine kinase.

128 Sun et al. report that a steroid-responsive enhancer is preferentially required for expression and function of cebpd in remote tissues during heart regeneration.

127 Freeform cell-laden cryobioprinting for shelf-ready tissue fabrication and storage.

126 Immunomodulatory microneedle patch for periodontal tissue regeneration.

125 Acute multidrug delivery via a wearable bioreactor facilitates long-term limb regeneration and functional recovery in adult Xenopus laevis.

124 Exercise-induced piezoelectric stimulation for cartilage regeneration in rabbits.

123 Manufacturing of Human Tissues as off-the-Shelf Grafts Programmed to Induce Regeneration.

122 Skeletal muscle regeneration with robotic actuation–mediated clearance of neutrophils.

121 Reversible reprogramming of cardiomyocytes to a fetal state drives heart regeneration in mice.

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