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Cytokine and Growth Factor Reviews, ISSN 1359-6101, 02/2018, Volume 39, pp. 137 - 150
Dermal fibroblasts, which make up the major cell type in the dermis, have, historically, been considered to be relatively ‘passive’ cells which are responsible... 
Reticular | Papillary | Dermal fibroblast | Wound healing | Intercellular communication | FACTOR GENE-EXPRESSION | MESENCHYMAL-EPITHELIAL INTERACTIONS | BIOCHEMISTRY & MOLECULAR BIOLOGY | MAST-CELLS | MUSCLE ACTIN EXPRESSION | CELL BIOLOGY | DIABETIC FOOT ULCERS | GROWTH-FACTOR-BETA | IN-VITRO | HUMAN-SKIN | COLLAGEN LATTICE CONTRACTION | EXTRACELLULAR-MATRIX DEPOSITION
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Cytokine & growth factor reviews, 02/2018, Volume 39, p. 137
Dermal fibroblasts, which make up the major cell type in the dermis, have, historically, been considered to be relatively 'passive' cells which are responsible... 
Cell Proliferation | Signal Transduction | Fibroblasts - physiology | Humans | Cell Communication | Extracellular Matrix Proteins - physiology | Inflammation - immunology | Wound Healing | Dermis - cytology | Endothelial Cells - physiology | Keratinocytes - physiology
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INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF NANOMEDICINE, ISSN 1178-2013, 2019, Volume 14, pp. 7215 - 7215
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EPMA Journal, ISSN 1878-5077, 02/2014, Volume 5, Issue S1, p. 1
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Critical Care Medicine, ISSN 0090-3493, 06/2019, Volume 47, Issue 6, pp. e461 - e469
OBJECTIVES:To investigate the potential benefits of vagus nerve stimulation in a clinically-relevant large animal model of progressive sepsis.... 
CELLS | shock | MITOCHONDRIAL-FUNCTION | SEPTIC SHOCK | vagus nerve stimulation | sepsis | organ dysfunction | pig | CRITICAL CARE MEDICINE | Care and treatment | Usage | Multiple organ failure | Sepsis | Vagus nerve stimulation | Models | Research
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BIOMEDICAL PAPERS-OLOMOUC, ISSN 1213-8118, 03/2019, Volume 163, Issue 1, pp. 8 - 18
Cardiac damage is one of major cause of worldwide morbidity and mortality. Despite the development in pharmacotherapy, cardiosurgery and interventional... 
PROGENITOR CELLS | MEDICINE, RESEARCH & EXPERIMENTAL | MYOCARDIAL-INFARCTION | HEART-FAILURE | CORD BLOOD | cardiology | cardiomyocytes | cardiac regeneration | ISCHEMIC CARDIOMYOPATHY | HUMAN BONE-MARROW | mesenchymal stem cells | results translation | IN-VIVO | IMPROVE CARDIAC-FUNCTION | STROMAL CELLS | ADIPOSE-TISSUE
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Carbohydrate Polymers, ISSN 0144-8617, 05/2012, Volume 88, Issue 4, pp. 1425 - 1434
► Thermal acid degradation of hyaluronan yields unwanted degradation byproducts (DB). ► The major DB were identified as derivatives of furan and cylopentanone.... 
Hyaluronan | Acid hydrolysis | NMR | Degradation products | Mass spectrometry | POLYMERS | POLYMER SCIENCE | FURANS | MACROPHAGES | CHEMISTRY, ORGANIC | KAPPA-B | FRAGMENTS | CHEMISTRY | CHEMISTRY, APPLIED | CD44 | Hydrolysis | Glycosaminoglycans | Hyaluronic acid | Analysis
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