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  1. Regenerative endodontics has been proposed to replace damaged and underdeveloped tooth structures with normal pulp-dentin tissue by providing a natural extracellular matrix (ECM) mimicking environment; stem ce...

    Authors: Sagar N. Kaushik, Bogeun Kim, Alexander M. Cruz Walma, Sung Chul Choi, Hui Wu, Jeremy J. Mao, Ho-Wook Jun and Kyounga Cheon
    Citation: Biomaterials Research 2016 20:14
  2. Saliva is an important compound produced by the salivary glands and performs numerous functions. Hyposalivation (dry mouth syndrome) is a deleterious condition often resulting from radiotherapy for patients wi...

    Authors: Chankee Yoo, Jeremy B Vines, Grant Alexander, Kyle Murdock, Patrick Hwang and Ho-Wook Jun
    Citation: Biomaterials Research 2014 18:9
  3. A triple antibiotic mixture (ciprofloxacin; CF, metronidazole; MN, and minocycline; MC) has been used for dental root canal medicaments in pulp regeneration therapy. However, tooth discolorations, cervical roo...

    Authors: Sagar N Kaushik, Jessica Scoffield, Adinarayana Andukuri, Grant C Alexander, Taneidra Walker, Seokgon Kim, Sung Chul Choi, Brigitta C Brott, Paul D Eleazer, Jin-Yong Lee, Hui Wu, Noel K Childers, Ho-Wook Jun, Jae-Hong Park and Kyounga Cheon
    Citation: Biomaterials Research 2015 19:9
  4. Cardiac fibrosis occurs naturally after myocardial infarction. While the initially formed fibrotic tissue prevents the infarcted heart tissue from rupture, the progression of cardiac fibrosis continuously expa...

    Authors: Zhaobo Fan and Jianjun Guan
    Citation: Biomaterials Research 2016 20:13
  5. Contamination of biomedical devices in a biological medium, biofouling, is a major cause of infection and is entirely avoidable. This mini-review will coherently present the broad range of antifouling strategi...

    Authors: Vinod B. Damodaran and N. Sanjeeva Murthy
    Citation: Biomaterials Research 2016 20:18
  6. T cells play a central role in immune-homeostasis; specifically in the induction of antigen-specific adaptive immunity against pathogens and mutated self with immunological memory. The thymus is the unique org...

    Authors: Kyung-Ho Roh and Krishnendu Roy
    Citation: Biomaterials Research 2016 20:20