Items where Author is "Roberts, S J"

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Pavlou, M and Shah, M and Gikas, P and Briggs, T and Roberts, S J and Cheema, U (2019) Osteomimetic matrix components alter cell migration and drug response in a 3D tumour-engineered osteosarcoma model. Acta Biomaterialia, 96. pp. 247-257.

Mendes, L F and Katairi, H and Tam, W L and Chai, Y C and Geris, L and Roberts, S J and Luyten, F P (2018) Advancing osteochondral tissue engineering: bone morphogenetic protein, transforming growth factor, and fibroblast growth factor signaling drive ordered differentiation of periosteal cells resulting in stable cartilage and bone formation in vivo. Stem Cell Research & Therapy, 9 (1). p. 42.

Sahakyan, V and Duelen, R and Tam, W L and Roberts, S J and Grosemans, H and Berckmans, P and Ceccarelli, G and Pelizzo, G and Broccoli, V and Deprest, J and Luyten, F P and Verfaillie, C M and Sampaolesi, M (2018) Folic Acid Exposure Rescues Spina Bifida Aperta Phenotypes in Human Induced Pluripotent Stem Cell Model. Nature, 8. p. 2942.

Vas, W J and Shah, M and Blacker, T S and Duchen, M R and Sibbons, P and Roberts, S J (2018) Decellularized Cartilage Directs Chondrogenic Differentiation: Creation of a Fracture Callus Mimetic. Tissue Engineering Part A, 24 (17-18).

Mendes, L F and Tam, W L and Chai, Y C and Geris, L and Luyten, F P and Roberts, S J (2016) Combinatorial Analysis of Growth Factors Reveals the Contribution of Bone Morphogenetic Proteins to Chondrogenic Differentiation of Human Periosteal Cells. Tissue Engineering Part C: Methods, 22 (5). pp. 473-86.

Bolander, J and Chai, Y C and Geris, L and Schrooten, J and Lambrechts, D and Roberts, S J and Luyten, F P (2016) Early BMP, Wnt and Ca(2+)/PKC pathway activation predicts the bone forming capacity of periosteal cells in combination with calcium phosphates. Biomaterials. pp. 106-18.

Tam, W L and Df, O and Hiramatsu, K and Tsumaki, N and Luyten, F P and Roberts, S J (2014) Sox9 reprogrammed dermal fibroblasts undergo hypertrophic differentiation in vitro and trigger endochondral ossification in vivo. Cellular Reprogramming, 16 (1). pp. 29-39.

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