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2015
Yeh, D.-C., Chan, T.-M., Harn, H.-J., Chiou, T.-W., Chen, H.-S., Lin, Z.-S., and Lin, S.-Z. (2015). Adipose Tissue Derived Stem Cells in Neural Regenerative Medicine.Cell Transplant.
Rajamani, K., Lin, Y.-C., Wen, T.-C., Hsieh, J., Subeq, Y.-M., Liu, J.-W., Lin, P.-C., Harn, H.-J., Lin, S.-Z., and Chiou, T.-W. (2015). The Anti-Senescence Effect of Trans-Cinnamaldehyde on Adipose-Derived Stem Cells.Cell Transplant.
Lin, H.-P., Chan, T.-M., Fu, R.-H., Chuu, C.-P., Chiu, S.-C., Tseng, Y.-H., Liu, S.-P., Lai, K.-C., Shih, M.-C., Lin, Z.-S., et al. (2015). Applicability of Adipose-Derived Stem Cells in Type 1 Diabetes Mellitus.Cell Transplant.
Fan, H.-C., Ho, L.-I., Chi, C.-S., Cheng, S.-N., Juan, C.-J., Chiang, K.-L., Lin, S.-Z., and Harn, H.-J. (2015). Current Proceedings of Cerebral Palsy.Cell Transplant.
Huang, C.-Y., Chen, S.-Y., Fu, R.-H., Huang, Y.-C., Chen, S.-Y., Shyu, W.-C., Lin, S.-Z., and Liu, S.-P. (2015). Differentiation of embryonic stem cells into cardiomyocytes used to investigate the cardioprotective effect of salvianolic acid B through BNIP3 involved pathway.Cell Transplant.
Lin, S.-Z. (2015). Era of Stem Cell Therapy for Regenerative Medicine and Cancers - An Introduction for the Special Issue of Pan Pacific Symposium on Stem Cells and Cancer Research (PPSSC).Cell Transplant.
Chen, H.-S., Su, Y.-T., Chan, T.-M., Su, Y.-J., Syu, W.-S., Harn, H.-J., Lin, S.-Z., and Chiu, S.-C. (2015). Human adipose-derived stem cells accelerate the restoration of tensile strength of tendon and alleviate the progression of rotator cuff injury in rat model.Cell Transplant.
Ding, D.-C., Chang, Y.-H., Shyu, W.-C., and Lin, S.-Z. (2015). Human umbilical cord mesenchymal stem cells: a new era for stem cell therapy.Cell Transplant.
Lin, P.-C., Chiou, T.-W., Lin, Z.-S., Huang, K.-C., Lin, Y.-C., Huang, P.-C., Syu, W.-S., Harn, H.-J., and Lin, S.-Z. (2015). A Proposed Novel Stem Cell Therapy Protocol for Liver Cirrhosis.Cell Transplant.