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Differentiation of human bone marrow mesenchymal stem cells into bladder cells: potential for urological tissue engineering.
Human urine-derived stem cells seeded in a modified 3D porous small intestinal submucosa scaffold for urethral tissue engineering.
Cell-seeded tubularized scaffolds for reconstruction of long urethral defects: a preclinical study.
Self-renewal and differentiation capacity of urine-derived stem cells after urine preservation for 24 hours.
Myogenic differentiation of human bone marrow mesenchymal stem cells on a 3D nano fibrous scaffold for bladder tissue engineering.
Isolation and myogenic differentiation of mesenchymal stem cells for urologic tissue engineering.
Myocytes, Smooth Muscle
Correction of diabetic erectile dysfunction with adipose derived stem cells modified with the vascular endothelial growth factor gene in a rodent diabetic model.
Urothelial cell culture.
Urethral reconstruction with autologous urine-derived stem cells seeded in three-dimensional porous small intestinal submucosa in a rabbit model.
Growth of bone marrow stromal cells on small intestinal submucosa: an alternative cell source for tissue engineered bladder.
Characterization of neuropathic bladder smooth muscle cells in culture.
Coadministration of platelet-derived growth factor-BB and vascular endothelial growth factor with bladder acellular matrix enhances smooth muscle regeneration and vascularization for bladder augmentation in a rabbit model.
Treatment of vesicoureteric reflux in a sheep model using subureteric injection of cultured fetal-bladder tissue.
Characterization of cultured bladder smooth muscle cells: assessment of in vitro contractility.
Coculture of bladder urothelial and smooth muscle cells on small intestinal submucosa: potential applications for tissue engineering technology.