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Nov-2015Hind limb ischemia in type 1 diabetic mice as useful tool to evaluate the neovascularization of tissue engineering constructsSantos, T. C.; Pirraco, Rogério P.; Rodrigues, D. B., et al.AbstractOpen access
2011Host response to biomaterials evaluated through different implantation modelsSantos, T. C.; Marques, A. P.; Castro, António G., et al.AbstractOpen access
Oct-2013Human adipose stem cells cell sheet constructs impact epidermal morphogenesis in full-thickness excisional woundsCerqueira, M. T.; Pirraco, Rogério P.; Santos, T. C., et al.ArticleOpen access
May-2014Human skin cell fractions fail to self-organize within a gellan gum/Hyaluronic acid matrix but positively influence early wound healingCerqueira, M. T.; Silva, L. P. da; Santos, T. C., et al.ArticleOpen access
2012Improved regeneration of mice full-thickness excisional wounds by human adipose stem cells cell-sheetsCerqueira, M. T.; Santos, T. C.; Pirraco, Rogério P., et al.AbstractOpen access
Jul-2018In vitro and in vivo performance of methacrylated gellan gum hydrogel formulations for cartilage repairVilela, Carlos A.; Correia, Cristina; da Silva Morais, Alain, et al.ArticleEmbargoed access (1 Year)
2007In vitro evaluation of the behaviour of human polymorphonuclear neutrophils in direct contact with chitosan-based membranesSantos, T. C.; Marques, A. P.; Silva, Simone Santos, et al.ArticleOpen access
11-Jan-2010In vivo assessment of the host reactions to natural origin biomaterials aimed to be used as wound dressers and as bone tissue engineering scaffoldsSantos, T. C.Doctoral thesisOpen access
Feb-2017In vivo osteogenic differentiation of stem cells inside compartmentalized capsules loaded with co-cultured endothelial cellsCorreia, C.; Santos, T. C.; Pirraco, R. P., et al.ArticleOpen access
Apr-2013In vivo performance of chitosan/soy-based membranes as wound dressing devices for acute skin woundsSantos, T. C.; Hoering, B.; Reise, Kathrin, et al.ArticleOpen access
2010In vivo short and long term host reaction to starch-based scaffoldsSantos, T. C.; Marques, A. P.; Hoering, B., et al.ArticleOpen access
May-2008Injectable gellan gum hydrogels as supports for cartilage tissue engineering applicationsOliveira, J. T.; Picciochi, R.; Santos, T. C., et al.AbstractRestricted access (UMinho)
2008Injectable gellan gum hydrogels as supports for cartilage tissue engineering applicationsOliveira, J. T.; Picciochi, R.; Santos, T. C., et al.AbstractOpen access
2011Integrated strategy using ionic liquids for design and processability of natural polymeric architectures for regenerative medicineSilva, Simone Santos; Duarte, Ana Rita C.; Santos, T. C., et al.AbstractOpen access
2011Ionic liquids in novel processing ways to obtain chitosan-silk fibroin hydrogels for skin tissue engineeringSilva, Simone Santos; Santos, T. C.; Cerqueira, M. T., et al.AbstractOpen access
2008Long term in vivo performance of starch-based scaffoldsSantos, T. C.; Marques, A. P.; Castro, António G., et al.AbstractOpen access
2008Morphology, mechanical characterization and in vivo neo-vascularization of chitosan particle aggregated scaffolds architecturesMalafaya, P. B.; Santos, T. C.; Griensven, Martijn van, et al.ArticleOpen access
2008Morphometric and mechanical characterization, insulin loading and in-vivo biocompatibility of chitosan particles aggregated scaffolds for tissue engineeringMalafaya, P. B.; Oliveira, J. T.; Santos, T. C., et al.AbstractOpen access
May-2016Natural melanin promotes the differentiation of an early epidermal cell fraction and the scavenging of ROSSilva, Lucília Pereira; Oliveira, Sílvia; Lago, M. E. L., et al.AbstractRestricted access (UMinho)
2007Natural origin biodegradable systems in tissue engineering and regenerative medicine : present status and some moving trendsMano, J. F.; Silva, G. A.; Azevedo, Helena S., et al.ArticleOpen access