Full Name
Zheng Yang
Variants
Yang, Z.
Zheng, Y.
 
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dosyz@nus.edu.sg
 
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Publications

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Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)
12007A comparison between the chondrogenic potential of human Bone Marrow Stem Cells (BMSCs) and Adipose-Derived Stem Cells (ADSCs) taken from the same donorsAfizah, H.; Yang, Z. ; Hui, J.H.P. ; Ouyang, H.-W.; Lee, E.-H.
21-Apr-2022A Pre-Clinical Animal Study for Zonal Articular Cartilage Regeneration Using Stratified Implantation of Microcarrier Expanded Zonal ChondrocytesTee, CA ; Yang, Z ; Wu, Y ; Ren, X ; Baranski, M; Lin, DJ ; Hassan, A ; Han, J; Lee, EH 
32009A serum free approach towards the conservation of chondrogenic phenotype during in vitro cell expansionHo, S.T.B. ; Yang, Z. ; Hui, H.P.J.; Lee, E.H. ; Oh, K.W.S.; Choo, B.H.A.
42012A viscoelastic chitosan-modified three-dimensional porous poly(L-lactide-co-ε-Caprolactone) scaffold for cartilage tissue engineeringLi, C.; Wang, L.; Yang, Z. ; Kim, G.; Chen, H.; Ge, Z.
52009Antitumor activity of natural compounds, curcumin and PKF118-310, as Wnt/β-catenin antagonists against human osteosarcoma cellsLeow, P.-C.; Tian, Q. ; Ong, Z.-Y.; Ee, P.-L.R. ; Yang, Z. 
62007Cartilaginous 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.
71-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.
820-Dec-2011Characterization of human primary chondrocytes of osteoarthritic cartilage at varying severityYin, J.; Yang, Z. ; Cao, Y.-P.; Ge, Z.-G.
92012Development 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.
102007Differentiation of human embryonic stem cells toward the chondrogenic lineage.Toh, W.S.; Yang, Z. ; Heng, B.C. ; Cao, T. 
111-Jan-2021Directionalities of magnetic fields and topographic scaffolds synergise to enhance MSC chondrogenesisCelik, Cenk; Franco-Obregon, Alfredo ; Lee, Eng Hin ; Hui, James HP; Yang, Zheng 
121-Dec-2016Effective Enhancement of Mesenchymal Stem Cell Chondrogenesis with Short Term Low Intensity Pulsed Electromagnetic FieldParate, DA ; Franco-Obregon, A ; Hui, J; Yang, Z 
132007Effects 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.
141-Dec-2021Electrospun fibers enhanced the paracrine signaling of mesenchymal stem cells for cartilage regenerationKadir, ND ; Yang, Z ; Hassan, A ; Denslin, V ; Lee, EH 
15Mar-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.
16Sep-2012Functional biomaterials for cartilage regenerationGe, Z.; Li, C.; Heng, B.C.; Cao, G.; Yang, Z. 
172011Immunohistochemical analysis of human mesenchymal stem cells differentiating into chondrogenic, osteogenic, and adipogenic lineages.Yang, Z. ; Schmitt, J.F.; Lee, E.H.
181-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.
194-Feb-2020Improving the handling properties and long-term stability of polyelectrolyte complex by freeze-drying technique for low-dose bone morphogenetic protein 2 deliveryLiu, Ling ; Lam, Wing MR ; Yang, Zheng ; Wang, Ming ; Ren, Xiafei ; Hu, Tao; Li, Jun ; Goh, James Cho-Hong ; Wong, Hee-Kit 
202006Loss 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.