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Engineered tissue vascularization and engraftment depends on host model

Abstract Developing vascular networks that integrate with the host circulation and support cells engrafted within engineered tissues ...

Committee (IACUC protocol #4388-02). Additionally, animal experiments were conducted and reported here in accordance with ARRIVE guidelines.

Gelatin/calcium chloride electrospun nanofibers for rapid hemostasis

Blood coagulation is the body's main defense to bleeding caused by trauma and is divided into endogenous and exogenous pathways. Calcium ...

... were also conducted on the tail vein and liver of mice. Animal experiments demonstrated that the incorporation of calcium ions into the ...

Advances in Animal Models for Studying Bone Fracture Healing

... 1 Rehabilitation Medicine Center and Institute of Rehabilitation Medicine, West China Hospital, Sichuan University, Chengdu 610041, China ...

... , tissue insertion, impaired blood circulation, and infection. Animal experiments and clinical studies have shown that too large a gap at ...

Biotransformation of Penindolone, an Influenza A Virus Inhibitor

... 1 Key Laboratory of Marine Drugs, Ministry of Education of China, School of Medicine and Pharmacy, Ocean University of China, Qingdao ...

... rats (weight: 220 ± 20 g; age: 6–8 weeks) from Beijing Vital River Laboratory Animal Technology Co., Ltd. (NO. SCXK-2019-0009) were used.

Lens Epithelial Explants Treated with Vitreous Humor Undergo Alterations in Chromatin Landscape with Concurrent Activation of Genes Associated with Fiber Cell Differentiation and Innate Immune Response

... 1 Cell, Molecular and Structural Biology Program, Miami University, Oxford, OH 45056, USA 2 Department of Biology and Center for Visual ...

... with those published by the Institute for Laboratory Animal Research (Guide for the Care and Use of Laboratory Animals). FVB/N mice were ...

Probing researchers strike gold to stop the trots in pigs

Gold nanorod probes combined with an optical microscope can now be used to detect signs of a highly contagious and lethal virus that poses ...

... /bios12121146 Method of Research Data/statistical analysis Subject of Research Animal tissue samples Article Publication Date 8-Dec- ...

Erythropoietin in Glaucoma: From Mechanism to Therapy

Department of Ophthalmology, Tri-Service General Hospital, National Defense Medical Center, Taipei 11490, Taiwan * Author to whom ...

... toxicity was first recognized in 1957 [ 30 ]. In animal experiments, mice with glaucoma had decreased expression of glutamate transporters [ ...

The Role of Cyclodextrins in COVID-19 Therapy—A Literature Review

... 1 Laboratory of Drug Development and Technologies, Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Coimbra, 3000-548 Coimbra, Portugal 2 LAQV-REQUIMTE ...

... -like receptors (TLRs) [ 60 ]. In cell culture and animal experiments, interferons have been shown to inhibit coronavirus replication. In ...

Playtime is purr-fect for your cat’s welfare

Play is often considered an indicator and promotor of animal welfare. Playing with your cat may also nurture closer cat-human bonds. In a ...

.1017/awf.2023.2 Method of Research Survey Subject of Research Animals Article Title Cats just want to have fun: Associations between ...

Better cancer treatment inspired by the foam on your latte

Inspired by the foam on top of lattes, as well as gummy bears and Pop Rocks candies, researchers at the University of Iowa are creating new ...

DOI 10.1002/advs.202205995 Method of Research Experimental study Subject of Research Animals Article Title Low-Cost, High-Pressure- ...

Reducing their natural signals: How sneaky germs hide from ants

Pathogens are disease-causing organisms. By natural selection, they develop evading mechanisms to outsmart the host’s immune system and to ...

... -01981-6 Method of Research Experimental study Subject of Research Animals Article Title Pathogen evasion of social immunity Article ...

Regeneration: How the liver keeps itself in shape

Are you hungry? When was the last time you consciously chose not to eat? Does fasting change the way your major organs work? Researchers ...

... fluctuations in food supply. Comparing the human body to laboratory animals that are continuously fed is likely oversimplifying biology that ...

Arginase 1 is a key driver of immune suppression in pancreatic cancer

Abstract An extensive fibroinflammatory stroma rich in macrophages is a hallmark of pancreatic cancer. In this disease, it is well ...

... or the decision to submit the work for publication. Ethics Animal experimentation: All the animal studies and procedures were conducted in ...

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