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2007Cartilaginous ECM component-modification of the micro-bead culture system for chondrogenic differentiation of mesenchymal stem cellsWu, Y.-N.; Yang, Z. ; Hui, J.H.P.; Lee, E.H. ; Ouyang, H.-W.
1-Oct-2013Cells behave distinctly within sponges and hydrogels due to differences of internal structureZhang, J.; Yang, Z. ; Li, C.; Dou, Y.; Li, Y.; Thote, T.; Wang, D.-A.; Ge, Z.
20-Dec-2011Characterization of human primary chondrocytes of osteoarthritic cartilage at varying severityYin, J.; Yang, Z. ; Cao, Y.-P.; Ge, Z.-G.
2012Development and characterization of a clinically compliant xeno-free culture medium in good manufacturing practice for human multipotent mesenchymal stem cellsChase, L.G.; Yang, S.; Zachar, V.; Yang, Z. ; Lakshmipathy, U.; Bradford, J.; Boucher, S.E.; Vemuri, M.C.
2007Differentiation of human embryonic stem cells toward the chondrogenic lineage.Toh, W.S.; Yang, Z. ; Heng, B.C. ; Cao, T. 
2007Effects of culture conditions and bone morphogenetic protein 2 on extent of chondrogenesis from human embryonic stem cellsWei, S.T.; Yang, Z. ; Liu, H. ; Boon, C.H.; Cao, T. ; Eng, H.L.
Mar-2014Engineering cell matrix interactions in assembled polyelectrolyte fiber hydrogels for mesenchymal stem cell chondrogenesisRaghothaman, D.; Leong, M.F.; Lim, T.C.; Toh, J.K.C.; Wan, A.C.A.; Yang, Z. ; Lee, E.H.
Sep-2012Functional biomaterials for cartilage regenerationGe, Z.; Li, C.; Heng, B.C.; Cao, G.; Yang, Z. 
2011Immunohistochemical analysis of human mesenchymal stem cells differentiating into chondrogenic, osteogenic, and adipogenic lineages.Yang, Z. ; Schmitt, J.F.; Lee, E.H.
1-Feb-2012Improved mesenchymal stem cells attachment and in vitro cartilage tissue formation on chitosan-modified poly(l-lactide-co-epsilon-caprolactone) scaffoldYang, Z. ; Wu, Y. ; Li, C.; Zhang, T.; Zou, Y.; Hui, J.H.P.; Ge, Z.; Lee, E.H.
2006Loss of viability during freeze-thaw of intact and adherent human embryonic stem cells with conventional slow-cooling protocols is predominantly due to apoptosis rather than cellular necrosisBoon, C.H.; Chao, P.Y.; Liu, H. ; Wei, S.T.; Ge, Z. ; Cao, T. ; Rufaihah, A.J.; Yang, Z. ; Eng, H.L.; Boon, H.B.; Hog, W.O.
2008Mast cell and monocyte recruitment by S100A12 and Its Hinge DomainWei, X.Y.; Goyette, J.; Yang, Z. ; Cai, H.; Geczy, C.L.; Armishaw, C.; Alewood, P.
15-Jan-2013Molecular basis of immortalization of human mesenchymal stem cells by combination of p53 knockdown and human telomerase reverse transcriptase overexpressionLiu, T.M. ; Ng, W.M.; Tan, H.S.; Vinitha, D.; Yang, Z. ; Fan, J.B.; Zou, Y.; Hui, J.H.; Lee, E.H.; Lim, B.
2006New perspectives in chondrogenic differentiation of stem cells for cartilage repair.Toh, W.S. ; Yang, Z. ; Heng, B.C. ; Cao, T. 
2006Osteoarthritis and therapyGe, Z. ; Hu, Y.; Heng, B.C. ; Yang, Z. ; Ouyang, H.; Lee, E.H.; Cao, T. 
2006Osteoarthritis and therapyGe, Z. ; Heng, B.C. ; Yang, Z. ; Lee, E.H. ; Cao, T. ; Hu, Y.; Ouyang, H.
2008PDGF, tgf-2. And FGF signaling is important for differentiation and growth of mesenchymal stem cells (mscs): Transcriptional profiling can identify markers and signaling pathways important in differentiation of MSCs into adipogenic, chondrogenic, and osteogenic lineagesNg, F.; Koh, S.; Sastry, K.S.R.; Tanavde, V.; Boucher, S.; Chase, L.; Lakshmipathy, U.; Vemuri, M.C.; Rao, M.S.; Choong, C.; Yang, Z. 
Oct-2013Relationship between cell function and initial cell seeding density of primary porcine chondrocytes in vitroZhang, K.; Wang, L.; Han, Q.; Heng, B.C.; Yang, Z. ; Ge, Z. 
1-Aug-2013Repair of osteochondral defects with rehydrated freeze-dried oligo[Poly(Ethylene Glycol) Fumarate] hydrogels seeded with bone marrow mesenchymal stem cells in a porcine modelLim, C.T.; Ren, X.; Afizah, M.H.; Tarigan-Panjaitan, S.; Yang, Z. ; Wu, Y. ; Chian, K.S.; Mikos, A.G.; Hui, J.H.P.
Nov-2012Sequential differentiation of mesenchymal stem cells in an agarose scaffold promotes a physis-like zonal alignment of chondrocytesSchmitt, J.F.; Hua, S.K.; Zheng, Y. ; Po, J.H.H.; Hin, L.E.