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Martina Miotto
Dr Ricardo Martins Gouveia
Professor Francisco Figueiredo
Professor Che Connon
4D Corneal Tissue Engineering: Achieving Time-Dependent Tissue Self-Curvature through Localized Control of Cell Actuators2019
Dr Ricardo Martins Gouveia
Professor Che Connon
Assessment of corneal substrate biomechanics and its effect on epithelial stem cell maintenance and differentiation2019
Professor Che Connon
Dr Ricardo Martins Gouveia
Autogenous Biofabrication of Nativelike, Scaffold-Free Human Skin Equivalents Using a Smart, Enzyme-Degradable Tissue Templating Coating2019
Dr Ricardo Martins Gouveia
Flora Vajda
Jason Wibowo
Professor Francisco Figueiredo
Professor Che Connon
et al.
YAP, ΔNp63, and β-Catenin Signaling Pathways Are Involved in the Modulation of Corneal Epithelial Stem Cell Phenotype Induced by Substrate Stiffness2019
Dr Ricardo Martins Gouveia
Professor Che Connon
Controlling the 3D architecture of Self-Lifting Auto-generated Tissue Equivalents (SLATEs) for optimized corneal graft composition and stability2017
Martina Miotto
Dr Ricardo Martins Gouveia
Professor Francisco Figueiredo
Professor Che Connon
Developing a Continuous Bioprocessing Approach to Stromal Cell Manufacture2017
Dr Gustavo Figueiredo
Dr Sanja Bojic
Professor Che Connon
Dr Ricardo Martins Gouveia
Professor Francisco Figueiredo
et al.
Gamma-irradiated human amniotic membrane decellularised with sodium dodecylsulfate is a more efficient substrate for the ex vivo expansion of limbal stem cells2017
Dr Ricardo Martins Gouveia
Professor Francisco Figueiredo
Professor Che Connon
Template Curvature Influences Cell Alignment to Create Improved Human Corneal Tissue Equivalents2017
Dr Ricardo Martins Gouveia
Professor Che Connon
A self-assembling fluorescent dipeptide conjugate for cell labelling2016
Dr Ricardo Martins Gouveia
Dr Ana Gouveia Gil
Professor Che Connon
Assessing corneal biomechanics with Brillouin spectro-microscopy2016
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