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Mar-2013Adhesive nanostructured multilayer films using a bacterial exopolysaccharide for biomedical applicationsCosta, Rui R.; Neto, Ana I.; Calgeris, I., et al.ArticleRestricted access (UMinho)
Sep-2016Advances in biomaterials for the treatment of articular cartilage defectsGonçalves, Cristiana; Radhouani, Hajer; Reis, R. L., et al.Book partRestricted access (Author)
Dec-2017Advances in Biomaterials for Tissue Regeneration: Functionalization, Processing and ApplicationsOliveira, J. M.; Reis, R. L.AbstractOpen access
Feb-2017Anti-cancer drug validation: the contribution of tissue engineered modelsCarvalho, Mariana R.; Lima, Daniela; Reis, R. L., et al.ArticleOpen access
May-2015Application of a microfluidics system for the investigation of nanoparticles cellular uptake and development of 3D in vitro modelsOliveira, J. M.; Reis, R. L.AbstractRestricted access (UMinho)
Sep-2015Artificial thymus: a tissue engineering strategyCosta-Pinto, A. R.; Serre-Miranda, C.; Rodrigues, Bruno Cerqueira, et al.AbstractRestricted access (UMinho)
2013Benefits of spine stabilization with biodegradable scaffolds in spinal cord injured ratsSilva, Nuno; Sousa, R. A.; Fraga, J. S., et al.ArticleOpen access
Apr-2014Biocompatible polymeric microparticles produced by a simple biomimetic approachCosta, A. M. S.; Alatorre-Meda, Manuel; Oliveira, N. M., et al.ArticleOpen access
2004Biodegradable polymers and composites in biomedical applications : from catgut to tissue engineering - Part 2 - systems for temporary replacement and advanced tissue regenerationGomes, Manuela E.; Reis, R. L.ArticleOpen access
Aug-2016Bioengineered strategies for tendon regenerationGonçalves, Ana Isabel Silva; Rodrigues, Márcia T.; Reis, R. L., et al.Book partRestricted access (UMinho)
2004Bioinert, biodegradable and injectable polymeric matrix composites for hard tissue replacement: state of the art and recent developmentsMano, J. F.; Sousa, R. A.; Boesel, L. F., et al.ArticleOpen access
Jun-2014Bioinspired superamphiphobic surfaces as a tool for polymer-and solvent-independent preparation of drug-loaded spherical particlesRial-Hermida, Maria Isabel; Oliveira, Nuno M.; Concheiro, Angel, et al.ArticleRestricted access (UMinho)
Dec-2018Biomaterials developments for brain tissue engineeringOliveira, Maria Eduarda Moreira Pinheiro Santos; Silva-Correia, Joana; Reis, R. L., et al.Book partRestricted access (UMinho)
Nov-2016Biomaterials from nature for advanced devices and therapiesNeves, N. M.; Reis, R. L.BookRestricted access (UMinho)
2015Biomimetic superhydrophobic surfaces patterned with wettable spots as implantable chips for in vivo high-content 3D biomaterials response assessmentOliveira, Mariana Braga; Ribeiro, Maximiano P.; Miguel, Sónia P., et al.AbstractRestricted access (UMinho)
Apr-2018Blood derivatives awaken in regenerative medicine strategies to modulate wound healingMendes, B. B.; Gómez-Florit, M.; Babo, P. S., et al.ArticleOpen access
2008Bone morphogenetic proteins in tissue engineering: the road from laboratory to clinic, part II (BMP delivery)Bessa, Paulo C.; Casal, Margarida; Reis, R. L.ArticleOpen access
2004Bone tissue engineering : state of the art and future trendsSalgado, A. J.; Coutinho, O. P.; Reis, R. L.ArticleOpen access
2017Can host reaction animal models be used to predict and modulate skin regeneration?Santos, T. C.; Reis, R. L.; Marques, A. P.ArticleOpen access
Sep-2016Cartilage tissue engineering and regenerative strategiesMorais, Alain José Silva; Oliveira, J. M.; Reis, R. L.Book partRestricted access (UMinho)