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Du, J., Wang, Q., Yang, P. and Wang, X., 2016. FHL2 mediates tooth development and human dental pulp cell differentiation into odontoblasts, partially by interacting with Runx2. Journal of molecular histology, 47(2), pp.195-202
"Elucidation of the molecular mechanisms of tooth development is critical for stem cell and regenerative medicine in human dental health."
Zhang, R., Lu, Y., Li, J., Wang, J., Liu, C., Gao, F. and Sun, D., 2016. Glial cell line-derived neurotrophic factor induced the differentiation of amniotic fluid-derived stem cells into vascular endothelial-like cells in vitro. Journal of molecular histology, 47(1), pp.9-19.
“Understanding the mechanisms of vascular endothelial cell differentiation is critical for regenerative processes during wound healing.”
Li, Y., Zhang, J., Zhang, W., Liu, Y., Li, Y., Wang, K., Zhang, Y., Yang, C., Li, X., Shi, J. and Su, L., 2017. MicroRNA-192 regulates hypertrophic scar fibrosis by targeting SIP1. Journal of molecular histology, 48(5-6), pp.357-366.
“MicroRNAs hold significant promise for therapeutic interventions for fibrosis diseases.”
Sun, X.K., Zhou, J., Zhang, L., Ma, T., Wang, Y.H., Yang, Y.M., Tang, Y.T., Li, H. and Wang, L.J., 2017. Down-regulation of Noggin and miR-138 coordinately promote osteogenesis of mesenchymal stem cells. Journal of molecular histology, 48(5-6), pp.427-436.
“Mesenchymal stem cells strategies are being intensively investigated for bone defect repair.”
Zhao, B., Zhang, Y., Han, S., Zhang, W., Zhou, Q., Guan, H., Liu, J., Shi, J., Su, L. and Hu, D., 2017. Exosomes derived from human amniotic epithelial cells accelerate wound healing and inhibit scar formation. Journal of molecular histology, 48(2), pp.121-132.
“Exosomes have been implicated as biomarkers of disease and are promising therapeutic targets.”