Regenerative Medicine


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.

120 Engineered nasal cartilage for the repair of osteoarthritic knee cartilage defects.

119 Snake venom–inspired visible light–triggered bioadhesives can be used to treat tissue injuries by accelerating blood clot forming.

118 Hydrogel–mesh composite for wound closure.

117 Dissecting the microenvironment around biosynthetic scaffolds in murine skin wound healing.

116 Preventing Engrailed-1 activation in fibroblasts yields wound regeneration without scarring.

115 In a rat model of short bowel syndrome, transplantation of small intestinal organoids into the colon partially restores intestinal function and improves survival—a proof of principle that organoid transplantation might have therapeutic benefit.

114 Lymphoangiocrine signals promote cardiac growth and repair.

113 Mammalian-specific ectodermal enhancers control the expression of Hoxc genes in developing nails and hair follicles.

112 Macrophage-derived glutamine boosts satellite cells and muscle regeneration.

111 NF-κB activation persists into the remodeling phase of tendon healing and promotes myofibroblast survival.

110 Mohawk is a transcription factor that promotes meniscus cell phenotype and tissue repair and reduces osteoarthritis severity.

109 Tissue engineered autologous cartilage-bone grafts for temporomandibular joint regeneration.

108 Inducible expression of a transcription factor causes spinal cord stem cells to generate oligodendrocytes that can promote remyelination.

107 Agrin induces long-term osteochondral regeneration by supporting repair morphogenesis.

106 Transforming the spleen into a liver-like organ in vivo.

105 A planarian fission protocol shows that the number of progeny and the frequency of fission initiation correlate with parent size, and TGFβ and Wnt signalling components are identified as regulators of fission behaviour.

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