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1. Hochtemperatur-Strukturforschung mittels Beugungsmethoden an den oxidischen Materialien Mullit und Zirkonia


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2. Changes of the Functional Capacity of Mesenchymal Stem Cells due to Aging or Age-Associated Disease – Implications for Clinical Applications and Donor Recruitment

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3. Controversial issue: is it safe to employ mesenchymal stem cells in cell-based therapies?


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4. Controversial Issue: Is it safe to employ mesenchymal stem cells in cell-based therapies?


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5. Changes of the functional capacity of mesenchymal stem cells due to aging or age-associated disease – implications for clinical applications and donor recruitment


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6. Leptin receptor/CD295 is upregulated on primary human mesenchymal stem cells of advancing biological age and distinctly marks the subpopulation of dying cells


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7. Identification of evolutionarily conserved genetic regulators of cellular aging

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8. Identification of evolutionarily conserved genetic regulators of cellular aging Aging Cell

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9. Identification of evolutionarily conserved genetic regulators of cellular aging


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