Regenerative Medicine


33 Modulation of tissue repair by regeneration enhancer elements.

32 Three-dimensional bioprinting of thick vascularized tissues.

31 IL-17-producing γδ T cells enhance bone regeneration.

30 The salamander, or axolotl, is well known to be able to regenerate missing body parts, but the signals that drive the initial proliferative response were unclear; now, a secreted protein has been identified that induces the initial cell cycle response after injury.

29 Biologic-free mechanically induced muscle regeneration.

28 Human pluripotent stem cells are differentiated into renal vesicles that spontaneously form kidney organoids.

27 Kidney organoids from human iPS cells contain multiple lineages and model human nephrogenesis.

26 Forbes and colleagues report on a population of hepatic progenitor cells that regenerate the adult liver in a mouse model where more than 98% of all hepatocytes are irreversibly damaged.

25 Generation of stomach tissue from mouse embryonic stem cells.

24 Glucose Uptake and Runx2 Synergize to Orchestrate Osteoblast Differentiation and Bone Formation.

23 A compound that inhibits prostaglandin degradation enhances tissue regeneration in multiple organs in mice.

22 Drug-induced regeneration in adult mice.

21 Exposure to a youthful circulaton rejuvenates bone repair through modulation of β-catenin.

20 Organ-Level Quorum Sensing Directs Regeneration in Hair Stem Cell Populations.

19 A gp130–Src–YAP module links inflammation to epithelial regeneration.

18 Lineage-negative progenitors mobilize to regenerate lung epithelium after major injury.

17 In Vivo Activation of a Conserved MicroRNA Program Induces Mammalian Heart Regeneration.

16 An in vivo model of human small intestine using pluripotent stem cells.

15 WNT7A and PAX6 define corneal epithelium homeostasis and pathogenesis.

14 Oxytocin is an age-specific circulating hormone that is necessary for muscle maintenance and regeneration.

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