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    • Meniscus-Derived Matrix Bioscaffolds: Effects of Concentration and Cross-Linking on Meniscus Cellular Responses and Tissue Repair. 

      Lyons, Lucas P; Hidalgo Perea, Sofia; Weinberg, J Brice; Wittstein, Jocelyn R; McNulty, Amy L (International journal of molecular sciences, 2019-12-19)
      Meniscal injuries, particularly in the avascular zone, have a low propensity for healing and are associated with the development of osteoarthritis. Current meniscal repair techniques are limited to specific tear types and ...
    • Meniscus-Derived Matrix Scaffolds Promote the Integrative Repair of Meniscal Defects. 

      Ruprecht, Jacob C; Waanders, Taylor D; Rowland, Christopher R; Nishimuta, James F; Glass, Katherine A; Stencel, Jennifer; DeFrate, Louis E; ... (10 authors) (Scientific reports, 2019-06-18)
      Meniscal tears have a poor healing capacity, and damage to the meniscus is associated with significant pain, disability, and progressive degenerative changes in the knee joint that lead to osteoarthritis. Therefore, strategies ...
    • Safety profile of L-arginine infusion in moderately severe falciparum malaria. 

      Yeo, Tsin W; Lampah, Daniel A; Gitawati, Retno; Tjitra, Emiliana; Kenangalem, Enny; Granger, Donald L; Weinberg, J Brice; ... (12 authors) (PLoS One, 2008-06-11)
      BACKGROUND: L-arginine infusion improves endothelial function in malaria but its safety profile has not been described in detail. We assessed clinical symptoms, hemodynamic status and biochemical parameters before and after ...