Stelios Andreadis
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Engineering of fibrin-based functional and implantable small-diameter blood vessels
DD Swartz, JA Russell, ST Andreadis
American Journal of Physiology-Heart and Circulatory Physiology 288 (3 …, 2005
3162005
Keratinocyte growth factor induces hyperproliferation and delays differentiation in a skin equivalent model system
ST Andreadis, KE Hamoen, ML Yarmush, JR Morgan
The FASEB Journal 15 (6), 898-906, 2001
1912001
Crosslinking of discrete self‐assembled collagen threads: Effects on mechanical strength and cell–matrix interactions
KG Cornwell, P Lei, ST Andreadis, GD Pins
Journal of Biomedical Materials Research Part A 80 (2), 362-371, 2007
1462007
Large‐scale processing of recombinant retroviruses for gene therapy
ST Andreadis, CM Roth, JM Le Doux, JR Morgan, ML Yarmush
Biotechnology progress 15 (1), 1-11, 1999
1411999
Functional tissue-engineered blood vessels from bone marrow progenitor cells
JY Liu, DD Swartz, HF Peng, SF Gugino, JA Russell, ST Andreadis
Cardiovascular research 75 (3), 618-628, 2007
1212007
JNK phosphorylates β‐catenin and regulates adherens junctions
MH Lee, P Koria, J Qu, ST Andreadis
The FASEB Journal 23 (11), 3874-3883, 2009
1152009
Moloney murine leukemia virus-derived retroviral vectors decay intracellularly with a half-life in the range of 5.5 to 7.5 hours.
ST Andreadis, D Brott, AO Fuller, BO Palsson
Journal of virology 71 (10), 7541-7548, 1997
1121997
Fibrin promotes migration in a three-dimensional in vitro model of wound regeneration
DJ Geer, DD Swartz, ST Andreadis
Tissue engineering 8 (5), 787-798, 2002
1082002
Cell-controlled and spatially arrayed gene delivery from fibrin hydrogels
P Lei, RM Padmashali, ST Andreadis
Biomaterials 30 (22), 3790-3799, 2009
1072009
Biomimetic delivery of keratinocyte growth factor upon cellular demand for accelerated wound healing in vitro and in vivo
DJ Geer, DD Swartz, ST Andreadis
The American journal of pathology 167 (6), 1575-1586, 2005
1012005
Toward a more accurate quantitation of the activity of recombinant retroviruses: alternatives to titer and multiplicity of infection
S Andreadis, T Lavery, HE Davis, JM Le Doux, ML Yarmush, JR Morgan
Journal of virology 74 (3), 1258-1266, 2000
1012000
Contractile smooth muscle cells derived from hair-follicle stem cells
JY Liu, HF Peng, ST Andreadis
Cardiovascular research 79 (1), 24-33, 2008
992008
BMP2 genetically engineered MSCs and EPCs promote vascularized bone regeneration in rat critical-sized calvarial bone defects
X He, R Dziak, X Yuan, K Mao, R Genco, M Swihart, D Sarkar, C Li, ...
PloS one 8 (4), e60473, 2013
952013
Stem cell sources for vascular tissue engineering and regeneration
VK Bajpai, ST Andreadis
Tissue Engineering Part B: Reviews 18 (5), 405-425, 2012
952012
Fibrin-based tissue-engineered blood vessels: differential effects of biomaterial and culture parameters on mechanical strength and vascular reactivity
L Yao, DD Swartz, SF Gugino, JA Russell, ST Andreadis
Tissue engineering 11 (7-8), 991-1003, 2005
932005
Nanog reverses the effects of organismal aging on mesenchymal stem cell proliferation and myogenic differentiation potential
J Han, P Mistriotis, P Lei, D Wang, S Liu, ST Andreadis
Stem Cells 30 (12), 2746-2759, 2012
902012
Alternative splicing of MBD2 supports self-renewal in human pluripotent stem cells
Y Lu, YH Loh, H Li, M Cesana, SB Ficarro, JR Parikh, N Salomonis, ...
Cell stem cell 15 (1), 92-101, 2014
882014
Successful endothelialization and remodeling of a cell-free small-diameter arterial graft in a large animal model
MT Koobatian, S Row, RJ Smith Jr, C Koenigsknecht, ST Andreadis, ...
Biomaterials 76, 344-358, 2016
822016
The physico-chemical factors that govern retrovirus-mediated gene transfer.
B Palsson, S Andreadis
Experimental hematology 25 (2), 94-102, 1997
811997
Functional vascular smooth muscle cells derived from human induced pluripotent stem cells via mesenchymal stem cell intermediates
VK Bajpai, P Mistriotis, YH Loh, GQ Daley, ST Andreadis
Cardiovascular research 96 (3), 391-400, 2012
802012
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