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Alginate encapsulation as long-term immune protection of allogeneic pancreatic islet cells transplanted into the omental bursa of macaques

Bochenek, M., et al. Alginate encapsulation as long-term immune protection of allogeneic pancreatic islet cells transplanted into the omental bursa of macaques, Nature Biomedical Engineering, 2: 810-821, 2018.

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Biodegradable scaffolds promote tissue remodeling and functional improvement in non-human primates with acute spinal cord injury.

Slotkin, J., Pritchard, C., Luque, B., Ye, J., Layer, r., Lawrence, M., O’Shea, T., Roy, R., Zhong, H., Vollenweider, I., Edgerton, V., Courtine, G., Woodard, E. and Langer, R., Biodegradable scaffolds promote tissue remodeling and functional improvement in non-human primates with acute spinal cord injury, Biomaterials, 123: 63-76, 2017.

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Preventing diet-induced obesity in mice by adipose tissue transformation and angiogenesis using targeted nanoparticles

Xue, Y., Xu, X., Zhang, XQ., Farokhzad, OC., Langer, R., Preventing diet-induced obesity in mice by adipose tissue transformation and angiogenesis using targeted nanoparticles, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, May 2016, 113 (20) 5552-5557; DOI: 10.1073/pnas.1603840113

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Long-term glycemic control using polymer-encapsulated human stem cell–derived beta cells in immune-competent mice

Vegas, A., et al. Long-term glycemic control using polymer-encapsulated human stem cell–derived beta cells in immune-competent mice, Nature Medicine, 22: 306 211, 2016. PMCID: PMC4825868

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Combinatorial hydrogel library enables identification of materials that mitigate the foreign body response in primates.

Vegas, A., et al. Combinatorial hydrogel library enables identification of materials that mitigate the foreign body response in primates., Nature Biotechnology, 34: 345-352, 2016. PMCID: PMC4904301