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BMC Pediatrics, ISSN 1471-2431, 02/2018, Volume 18, Issue 1, pp. 91 - 91
Background: In Neurofibromatosis type 1, cerebral Unidentified Bright Objects are a well-known benign entity that has been extensively reported in the... 
Neurofibromatosis I | Magnetic resonance imaging | Spine | Unidentified bright objects | T2-hyperintense lesions | HYPERINTENSITIES | MRI | ABNORMALITIES | SPINAL-CORD | RELAXATION | CHILDREN | GANGLIOGLIOMA | PEDIATRICS | BRAIN | Case studies | Neuroimaging | Neurofibromatosis | Medulla oblongata | Diagnosis | Health aspects | Pediatric neurology | Methods | Index Medicus
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Biomaterials, ISSN 0142-9612, 02/2019, Volume 192, pp. 159 - 170
Skin engineering for clinical applications has gained numerous advances, however, most of the available dermis substitutes are exogenous matrices acting for a... 
Capillary like structures | Skin engineering | Dermis substitutes | Endogenous matrix | Anastomosis | Vascularization | MATERIALS SCIENCE, BIOMATERIALS | ENGINEERING, BIOMEDICAL | MECHANISMS | TIME | TUBE FORMATION | STRATEGIES | TISSUE-ENGINEERED SKIN | GROWTH | WOUND BED PREPARATION | VESSEL REGRESSION | IN-VITRO RECONSTRUCTION | Laminin | Biological products | Collagen | Endothelium
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Biomaterials, 11/2018, Volume 192, p. 159
Skin engineering for clinical applications has gained numerous advances, however, most of the available dermis substitutes are exogenous matrices acting for a... 
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PLoS ONE, 01/2014, Volume 9, Issue 1
Embryonic Stem cells (ESCs) can be differentiated into ectoderm, endoderm, and mesoderm derivatives, producing the majority of cell types. In regular culture... 
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