Rheumatology: Current Research

Rheumatology: Current Research
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Citations Report

Citations Report - Rheumatology: Current Research [170 Articles]

The articles published in Rheumatology: Current Research have been cited 170 times by eminent researchers all around the world. Following is the list of articles that have cited the articles published in Rheumatology: Current Research.

Nirmal PS, Jagtap SD, Narkhede AN, Nagarkar BE, Harsulkar AM (2017) New herbal composition (OA-F2) protects cartilage degeneration in a rat model of collagenase induced osteoarthritis. BMC Complementary and Alternative Medicine 17: 6.

Nelson L. Evaluation of the potential for repair of degenerate hyaline cartilage in the osteoarthritic knee by cartilage stem cells (Doctoral dissertation, Cardiff University).

Prado AA, Favaron PO, da Silva LC, Baccarin RY, Miglino MA, et al. (2015) Characterization of mesenchymal stem cells derived from the equine synovial fluid and membrane. BMC veterinary research 11: 281.

Nelson L, McCarthy HE, Fairclough J, Williams R, Archer CW (2014) Evidence of a viable pool of stem cells within human osteoarthritic cartilage. Cartilage 5: 1947603514544953.

Nirmal P, Koppikar S, Bhondave P, Narkhede A, Nagarkar B, et al. (2013) Influence of six medicinal herbs on collagenase-induced osteoarthritis in rats. The American journal of Chinese medicine 41: 1407-1425.

Shepard JB, Jeong JW, Maihle NJ, O'Brien S, Dealy CN (2013) Transient anabolic effects accompany epidermal growth factor receptor signal activation in articular cartilage in vivo. Arthritis research & therapy 15: R60.

Zhang X. Pro-angiogenic and anti-angiogenic factors in the degradation of osteoarthritic cartilage (Doctoral dissertation, Queensland University of Technology).

王永成, 孟昊业, 袁雪凌, 彭江, 郭全义, 卢世璧, 汪爱媛. 兔骨软骨缺损自发性修复模型中软骨下骨重塑与软骨再生的关系. 中国修复重建外科杂志. 2014;28(6):681-6.

Xue K, Xia W, Zhang X, Qi L, Zhou J, et al.(2015) Isolation and identification of stem cells in different subtype of cartilage tissue. Expert opinion on biological therapy 15 :623-632.

Labusca L, Mashayekhi K (2013) Adipose-derived stem cells for cartilage regeneration-moving towards clinical applicability. Stem cell research & therapy 4: 118.

Wang Y, Meng H, Yuan X, Peng J, Guo Q, et al. (2014) Fabrication and in vitro evaluation of an articular cartilage extracellular matrix-hydroxyapatite bilayered scaffold with low permeability for interface tissue engineering. Biomedical engineering online 13: 80.

Shive MS, Restrepo A, Totterman S, Tamez-Pena J, Schreyer E, et al. (2014) Quantitative 3D MRI reveals limited intra-lesional bony overgrowth at 1 year after microfracture-based cartilage repair. Osteoarthritis and Cartilage 22: 800-804.

Zhang W, Chen J, Tao J, Hu C, Chen L, et al. (2013) The promotion of osteochondral repair by combined intra-articular injection of parathyroid hormone-related protein and implantation of a bi-layer collagen-silk scaffold. Biomaterials 34: 6046-6057.

Nukavarapu SP, Dorcemus DL (2013) Osteochondral tissue engineering: current strategies and challenges. Biotechnology advances 31: 706-721.

Walker N. The role of mesenchymal stem cells from adult human bone marrow in in vitro wound models (Doctoral dissertation, University of Sheffield).

Lach M, Trzeciak T, Richter M, Pawlicz J, Suchorska WM (2014) Directed differentiation of induced pluripotent stem cells into chondrogenic lineages for articular cartilage treatment. Journal of tissue engineering 5: 2041731414552701.

Benz K, Stippich C, Freudigmann C, Mollenhauer JA, Aicher WK (2013) Maintenance of “stem cell” features of cartilage cell sub-populations during in vitro propagation. Journal of translational medicine 11: 27.

Huber MC, Schreiber A, Wild W, Benz K, Schiller SM (2014) Introducing a combinatorial DNA-toolbox platform constituting defined protein-based biohybrid-materials. Biomaterials 35: 8767-8779.

Pes A. La Riparazione della cartilagine: studio comparativo su modello animale.

Patton AK. Engineering Cartilage Tissue from Human Embryonic Stem Cells.

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