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2010Adipose tissue derived stem cells secretome : soluble factors and their roles in regenerative medicineSalgado, A. J.; Reis, R. L.; Sousa, Nuno, et al.articleopenAccess
Mar-2016Extracellular vesicles derived from osteogenically induced human bone marrow mesenchymal stem cells can modulate lineage commitmentMartins, Margarida Isabel Barros Coelho; Ribeiro, Diana Margarida da Costa; Martins, Albino, et al.articleopenAccess
18-Dez-2014Investigation of protein secretion and secretion stress in Ashbya gossypiiAguiar, Tatiana Quinta; Ribeiro, Orquídea; Arvas, Mikko, et al.articleopenAccess
Set-2011Mesenchymal stem cells in the umbilical cord : phenotypic characterization, secretome and applications in central nervous system regenerative medicineCarvalho, Miguel; Teixeira, Fábio; Sousa, Nuno, et al.articleopenAccess
2013Modulation of bone marrow mesenchymal stem cell secretome by ECM-like hydrogelsSilva, N. A.; Moreira, Joana; Samy, Silvina Maria Ribeiro, et al.articleopenAccess
2010Secretome analysis of Ashbya gossypiiAguiar, Tatiana Quinta; Penttilä, Merja; Domingues, LucíliaconferenceAbstractopenAccess
Jan-2011The secretome of bone marrow mesenchymal stem cells-conditioned media varies with time and drives a distinct effect on mature neurons and glial cells (primary cultures)Ribeiro, Carlos; Salgado, A. J.; Fraga, J. S., et al.articleopenAccess
Mai-2012The secretome of stem cells isolated from the adipose tissue and wharton jelly acts differently on central nervous system derived cell populationsRibeiro, Carlos A.; Fraga, J. S.; Grãos, Mário, et al.articleopenAccess
Jul-2013Unveiling the effects of the secretome of mesenchymal progenitors from the umbilical cord in different neuronal cell populationsFraga, J. S.; Silva, N. A.; Lourenço, A. S., et al.articlerestrictedAccess
Set-2012Using the secretome of mesenchymal progenitors of the umbilical cord as a modulator of neural and glial survival, viability and differentiationTeixeira, F. G.; Carvalho, M. M.; Silva, N. A., et al.conferenceAbstractrestrictedAccess
2016Vemurafenib resistance increases melanoma invasiveness and modulates the tumor microenvironment by MMP-2 upregulationSandri, Silvana; Flores, Fernanda Faião; Tiago, Manoela, et al.articleclosedAccess