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1. Untersuchung und Charakterisierung unterschiedlicher Tenozyten und vergleichende Prüfung der Biofunktionalität und Biomechanik eines Polyester- und eines Kollagenzellträgers


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2. The long head of the biceps tendon is a suitable cell source for tendon tissue regeneration

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3. Isolated dissection of the superior mesenteric artery treated using open emergency surgery

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4. Isolated dissection of the superior mesenteric artery treated using open emergency surgery


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5. Elevated risk of thrombophilia in agenesis of the vena cava as a factor for deep vein thrombosis

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6. Collagen type I and decorin expression in tenocytes depend on the cell isolation method

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7. Collagen type I and decorin expression in tenocytes depend on the cell isolation method

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8. Untersuchung von Zellisolationsmethoden und molekularbiologische Charakterisierung humaner Tenozyten für die tendon-tissue-regeneration


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