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Dec-2009Biodegradable polymeric fiber structures in tissue engineeringTuzlakoglu, K.; Reis, R. L.ArticleOpen access
2008Conjugation of fibroin and starch to chitosan for increasing cell proliferation capacityBaran, E. T.; Tuzlakoglu, K.; Mano, J. F., et al.AbstractOpen access
2011Design of nano- and microfiber combined scaffolds by electrospinning of collagen onto starch-based fiber meshes : a man-made equivalent of natural extracellular matrixTuzlakoglu, K.; Santos, Marina I.; Neves, N. M., et al.ArticleOpen access
Jun-2008Endothelial cell colonization and angiogenic potential of combined nano- and micro-fibrous scaffolds for bone tissue engineeringSantos, Marina I.; Tuzlakoglu, K.; Fuchs, Sabine, et al.ArticleOpen access
Aug-2012Enzymatic degradation behavior and cytocompatibility of silk fibroin–starch–chitosan conjugate membranesBaran, E. T.; Tuzlakoglu, K.; Mano, J. F., et al.ArticleOpen access
18-Jan-2008Fiber-based structures from natural origin polymers for tissue engineering approchesTuzlakoglu, K.Doctoral thesisOpen access
2007Formation of bone-like apatite layer on chitosan fiber mesh scaffolds by a biomimetic spraying processTuzlakoglu, K.; Reis, R. L.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
Apr-2009Incorporation of a sequential BMP-2/BMP-7 delivery system into chitosan-based scaffolds for bone tissue engineeringYilgor, Pinar; Tuzlakoglu, K.; Reis, R. L., et al.ArticleOpen access
2007Influence of porosity and fibre diameter on the degradation of chitosan fibre-mesh scaffolds and cell adhesionReis, C. Cunha; Tuzlakoglu, K.; Baas, E., et al.ArticleOpen access
2014Influence of scaffold composition over in vitro osteogenic differentiation of hBMSCs and in vivo inflammatory responsePinto, A. R.; Vargel, I.; Tuzlakoglu, K., et al.ArticleRestricted access (UMinho)
2008Investigation of osteoblast response to biodegradable bacterial cellulose scaffoldsBabac, C.; Tuzlakoglu, K.; Kutsal, T., et al.AbstractOpen access
Jun-2011Microchannel-patterned and heparin micro-contact-printed biodegradable composite membranes for tissue-engineering applicationsBaran, Erkan Türker; Tuzlakoglu, K.; Salgado, A. J., et al.ArticleOpen access
2004Multichannel mould processing of 3D structures from microporous coralline hydroxyapatite granules and chitosan support materials for guided tissue regeneration/engineeringBaran, E. T.; Tuzlakoglu, K.; Salgado, A. J., et al.ArticleOpen access
2005Nano- and micro-fiber combined scaffolds : a new architecture for bone tissue engineeringTuzlakoglu, K.; Bolgen, N.; Salgado, A. J., et al.ArticleOpen access
2010A new route to produce starch-based fiber mesh scaffolds by wet spinning and subsequent surface modification as a way to improve cell attachment and proliferationTuzlakoglu, K.; Pashkuleva, I.; Rodrigues, Márcia T., et al.ArticleOpen access
2008A novel enzymatically-mediated drug delivery carrier for bone tissue engineering applications: combining biodegradable starch-based microparticles and differentiation agentsBalmayor, Elizabeth Rosado; Tuzlakoglu, K.; Marques, A. P., et al.ArticleOpen access
2009Preparation and characterization of starch-poly-epsilon-caprolactone microparticles incorporating bioactive agents for drug delivery and tissue engineering applicationsBalmayor, Elizabeth Rosado; Tuzlakoglu, K.; Azevedo, Helena S., et al.ArticleOpen access
2004Production and characterization of chitosan fibers and 3-D fiber mesh scaffolds for tissue engineering applicattionsTuzlakoglu, K.; Alves, C. M.; Mano, J. F., et al.ArticleOpen access
15-Sep-2011Thermoresponsive poly(N-isopropylacrylamide)-g-methylcellulose hydrogel as a three-dimensional extracellular matrix for cartilage-engineered applicationsSá-Lima, Helena; Tuzlakoglu, K.; Mano, J. F., et al.ArticleRestricted access (UMinho)