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Nov-2016Biomaterials from nature for advanced devices and therapiesNeves, N. M.; Reis, R. L.BookRestricted access (UMinho)
2016Biomedical potential of fucoidan, a seaweed sulfated polysaccharide: from a anticancer agent to a building block of cell encapsulating systems for regenerative medicineSilva, Tiago José Quinteiros Lopes Henriques; Oliveira, Catarina; Reys, Lara Priscila Lopes, et al.AbstractOpen access
Sep-2012Biomimetics with nanofibre meshesMartins, Albino; Reis, R. L.; Neves, N. M.Book partRestricted access (UMinho)
2014Bottom-up approach to construct microfabricated multi-layer scaffolds for bone tissue engineeringLima, M. J.; Pirraco, Rogério P.; Sousa, R. A., et al.ArticleRestricted access (UMinho)
Jul-2018Calcium sequestration by fungal melanin inhibits calcium-calmodulin signalling to prevent LC3-associated phagocytosisKyrmizi, Irene; Ferreira, Helena; Carvalho, Agostinho, et al.ArticleOpen access
Oct-2010Carboxymethylchitosan/poly (amidoamine) dendrimer nanoparticles in central nervous systems-regenerative medicine: effects on neuron/glial cell viability and internalization efficiencySalgado, A. J.; Oliveira, Joaquim M.; Pirraco, Rogério, et al.ArticleOpen access
2008Cartilage tissue engineering using a flow perfusion bioreactorSilva, M. L Alves da; Martins, Albino; Costa, P. F., et al.AbstractOpen access
2008Cartilage tissue engineering using a flow perfusion bioreactorSilva, M. Alves da; Martins, A.; Costa, P., et al.AbstractOpen access
Sep-2010Cartilage tissue engineering using electrospun PCL nanofiber meshes and MSCsSilva, M. L. Alves da; Martins, A.; Costa-Pinto, A. R., et al.ArticleOpen access
2008Cell encapsulation in thermoresponsive chitosan based hydrogels for cartilage tissue engineeringLima, H. C.; Araújo, J. V.; Neves, N. M., et al.AbstractOpen access
Oct-2016Challenges and opportunities of natural biomaterials for advanced devices and therapiesReis, R. L.; Neves, N. M.Book partRestricted access (UMinho)
2010Chitosan/polyester-based scaffolds for cartilage tissue engineering : assessment of extracellular matrix formationSilva, M. L. Alves da; Crawford, Aileen; Mundy, Jenifer, et al.ArticleOpen access
May-2019Chondrogenesis-inductive nanofibrous substrate using both biological fluids and mesenchymal stem cells from an autologous sourceCasanova, M. R.; Alves da Silva, M.; Costa-Pinto, A. R., et al.ArticleRestricted access (UMinho)
2011Chondrogenic differentiation of human bone marrow mesenchymal stem cells in chitosan based scaffolds using a flow perfusion bioreactorAlves da Silva, Marta L.; Martins, Albino; Costa-Pinto, A. R., et al.ArticleRestricted access (UMinho)
Sep-2012Chondroitin sulfate immobilization at the surface of electrospun nanofiber meshes for cartilage regenerationPiai, Juliana Francis; Martins, Albino; Silva, Marta Alves da, et al.AbstractOpen access
May-2017Chondroitin sulfate immobilization at the surface of electrospun nanofiber meshes for cartilage tissue regeneration approachesPiai, Juliana Francis; Silva, Marta Alves; Martins, Albino, et al.ArticleRestricted access (UMinho)
2008Co-culture of endothelial and smooth muscle cells for the development of blood vessel constructsSzymczyk, Wojciech; Araújo, J. V.; Martins, Albino, et al.AbstractOpen access
May-2020Co-cultures of renal progenitors and endothelial cells on kidney decellularized matrices replicate the renal tubular environment in vitroSobreiro-Almeida, Rita; Melica, Maria Elena; Lasagni, Laura, et al.ArticleRestricted access (Author)
Jun-2008Comparative study of the multidifferentiation potential of human Wharton's Jelly and amniotic fluid derived stem cellsCosta-Pinto, A. R.; Frias, A. M.; Alves da Silva, M. L., et al.AbstractRestricted access (UMinho)
2008A comparative study on the effects of adipose tissue derived and bone marrow mesenchymal stem cells on neurons/glial cells viability, proliferation and differentiationRibeiro, C. A.; Salgado, A. J.; Fraga, J. S., et al.AbstractOpen access