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In Situ Regulation and Mechanisms of 3D Matrix Stiffness on the Activation and Reversion of Hepatic Stellate Cells

Year: 2023
First Author: Chen
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Patient-derived extracellular matrix demonstrates role of COL3A1 in blood vessel mechanics

Year: 2023
First Author: Doherty
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Zinc finger protein 521 attenuates osteoarthritis via the histone deacetylases 4 in the nucleus

Year: 2023
First Author: Huang
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Lung Micrometastases Display ECM Depletion and Softening While Macrometastases Are 30-Fold Stiffer and Enriched in Fibronectin

Year: 2023
First Author: Narciso
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Tumor decellularization reveals proteomic and mechanical characteristics of the extracellular matrix of primary liver cancer

Year: 2023
First Author: van Tienderen
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Modelling metastatic colonization of cholangiocarcinoma organoids in decellularized lung and lymph nodes

Year: 2023
First Author: van Tienderen
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Interspecies comparison of temporomandibular joint condylar cartilage extracellular matrix from macro to microscopy

Year: 2023
First Author: Ren
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Lung viral infection modelling in a bioengineered whole-organ

Year: 2023
First Author: Tommasini
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Distinguished biomimetic dECM system facilitates early detection of metastatic breast cancer cells

Year: 2023
First Author: Wheng
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Modulation of human iPSC-derived hepatocyte phenotype via extracellular matrix microarrays

Year: 2022
First Author: Monckton
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Curved Nanofiber Network Induces Cellular Bridge Formation to Promote Stem Cell Mechanotransduction

Year: 2022
First Author: Sun
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Modeling the epithelial-mesenchymal transition process in a 3D organotypic cervical neoplasia

Year: 2020
First Author: De Gregorio
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