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Tissue engineering and regenerative medicine: bench to bedside in urology☆
Stem cells as drug delivery methods: Application of stem cell secretome for regeneration☆
Virus integration and genome influence in approaches to stem cell based therapy for andro-urology☆
Slings for urinary incontinence and the application of cell-based therapy☆
Bladder tissue engineering: A literature review☆,☆☆
Acellular matrix in urethral reconstruction☆
Biomatrices for bladder reconstruction☆
Tissue engineering in urothelium regeneration☆
Tissue engineered buccal mucosa for urethroplasty: Progress and future directions☆
Dynamic reciprocity in cell–scaffold interactions☆
Growth factor and small molecule influence on urological tissue regeneration utilizing cell seeded scaffolds☆
Wound healing in urology☆
Stress urinary incontinence animal models as a tool to study cell-based regenerative therapies targeting the urethral sphincter☆
Potential of stem cell treatment in detrusor dysfunction☆
Mesenchymal stromal cells for sphincter regeneration☆
Stem cell treatment of erectile dysfunction☆,☆☆
Regenerative medicine for the treatment of reproductive system disorders: Current and potential options☆
Biomarkers of spinal cord injury and ensuing bladder dysfunction☆
Peripheral nerve regeneration: Experimental strategies and future perspectives☆
External physical and biochemical stimulation to enhance skeletal muscle bioengineering☆
The ethics of stem cells revisited☆
Regulatory challenges for autologous tissue engineered products on their way from bench to bedside in Europe☆
From bench to FDA to bedside: US regulatory trends for new stem cell therapies☆