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Jhaveri, D.J., Nanavaty, I., Prosper, B.W., Marathe, S., Husain, B.F.A., Kernie, S.G., Bartlett, P.F., and Vaidya, V.A. (2014). Opposing Effects of α2- and β-Adrenergic Receptor Stimulation on Quiescent Neural Precursor Cell Activity and Adult Hippocampal Neurogenesis.Plos One9, e98736.
Akgül, S., Li, Y., Zheng, S., Kool, M., Treisman, D.M., Li, C., Wang, Y., Gröbner, S., Ikenoue, T., Shen, Y., et al. (2018). Opposing Tumor-Promoting and -Suppressive Functions of Rictor/mTORC2 Signaling in Adult Glioma and Pediatric SHH Medulloblastoma.Cell Rep24, 463-478.e5.
Korkmaz, T., Aygenli, F., Emisoglu, H., Ozcelik, G., Canturk, A., Yilmaz, S., and Ozturk, N. (2018). Opposite Carcinogenic Effects of Circadian Clock Gene BMAL1.Sci Rep8, 16023.
Capitelli, C.Santos, Lopes, C.Salomão, Alves, A.Cristina, Barbiero, J., Oliveira, L.Felipe, da Silva, V.José Dias, and Vital, M.Aparecida (2014). Opposite Effects of Bone Marrow-Derived Cells Transplantation in MPTP-rat Model of Parkinson's Disease: A Comparison Study of Mononuclear and Mesenchymal Stem Cells.Int J Med Sci11, 1049-64.
Ermakov, A.M., Ermakova, O.N., Popov, A.L., Manokhin, A.A., and Ivanov, V.K. (2019). Opposite effects of low intensity light of different wavelengths on the planarian regeneration rate.J Photochem Photobiol B202, 111714.
Serio, B., Pezzullo, L., Giudice, V., Fontana, R., Annunziata, S., Ferrara, I., Rosamilio, R., De Luca, C., Rocco, M., Montuori, N., et al. (2013). OPSI threat in hematological patients.Transl Med Unisa6, 2-10.
Jöhr, N., Tschopp, M., Hollbach, N., Gerull, S., Halter, J., Klenk, L., and Goldblum, D. (2015). [Optic Neuritis after Influenza Vaccination in a Patient after Stem Cell Transplantation].Klin Monbl Augenheilkd232, 484-486.
Aktas, O., Albrecht, P., and Hartung, H.-P. (2016). Optic neuritis as a phase 2 paradigm for neuroprotection therapies of multiple sclerosis: update on current trials and perspectives.Curr Opin Neurol.
Liu, Y.-C., Devarajan, K., Tan, T.-E., Ang, M., and Mehta, J.S. (2019). Optical Coherence Tomography Angiography for Evaluation of Reperfusion following Pterygium Surgery.Am J Ophthalmol.
J Bryson, B., Machado, C.Barcellos, Crossley, M., Stevenson, D., Bros-Facer, V., Burrone, J., Greensmith, L., and Lieberam, I. (2014). Optical control of muscle function by transplantation of stem cell-derived motor neurons in mice.Science344, 94-7.
Ahn, Y.-C., Kim, S.Won, Hwang, S.Seok, Chae, Y.-G., Lee, A.Sungwan, Jung, M.Hong, Chun, B.Kwon, Lee, S.Joon, Park, E.-K., and Oak, C. (2013). Optical imaging of subacute airway remodeling and adipose stem cell engraftment after airway injury.Biomed Opt Express5, 312-21.
Itou, J., Tanaka, S., Sato, F., Akiyama, R., Kawakami, Y., and Toi, M. (2014). An optical labeling-based proliferation assay system reveals the paracrine effect of interleukin-6 in breast cancer.Biochim Biophys Acta.
Ikeuchi, T., Espulgar, W., Shimizu, E., Saito, M., Lee, J.-K., Dou, X., Yamaguchi, Y., and Tamiya, E. (2015). Optical microscopy imaging for the diagnosis of the pharmacological reaction of mouse embryonic stem cell-derived cardiomyocytes (mESC-CMs).Analyst.
Rajan, D.Kattippara, Patrikoski, M., Verho, J., Sivula, J., Ihalainen, H., Miettinen, S., and Lekkala, J. (2016). Optical non-contact pH measurement in cell culture with sterilizable, modular parts.Talanta161, 755-761.
Pradhan, M., Pathak, S., Mathur, D., and Ladiwala, U. (2016). Optically trapping tumor cells to assess differentiation and prognosis of cancers.Biomed Opt Express7, 943-8.
Dhong, C., Edmunds, S.J., Ramirez, J., Kayser, L., Chen, F., Jokerst, J., and Lipomi, D.J. (2018). Optics-Free, Non-Contact Measurements of Fluids, Bubbles and Particles in Microchannels using Metallic Nanoislands on Graphene.Nano Lett.
Du, J., Zhen, G., Chen, H., Zhang, S., Qing, L., Yang, X., Lee, G., Mao, H.-Q., and Jia, X. (2018). Optimal electrical stimulation boosts stem cell therapy in nerve regeneration.Biomaterials181, 347-359.
Adhikari, J., Sharma, P., and Bhatt, V.Raj (2016). Optimal graft source for allogeneic hematopoietic stem cell transplant: bone marrow or peripheral blood?.Future Oncol.
Matoba, N., Yamashita, T., Takayama, K., Sakurai, F., and Mizuguchi, H. (2018). Optimal human iPS cell culture method for efficient hepatic differentiation.Differentiation104, 13-21.
Stasi, K., Goings, D., Huang, J., Herman, L., Pinto, F., Addis, R.C., Klein, D., Massaro-Giordano, M., and Gearhart, J.D. (2013). Optimal Isolation and Xeno-free culture conditions for limbal stem cell function.Invest Ophthalmol Vis Sci.
Mehta, R.S., and Oran, B. (2018). THE OPTIMAL KIR DONOR - WE CAN RECOGNIZE, BUT CAN WE SEARCH?.Biol Blood Marrow Transplant.
Tang, C., and Kuruvilla, J. (2019). Optimal management of mantle cell lymphoma in the primary setting.Expert Rev Hematol.
Ahn, S.Yoon, Chang, Y.Sil, Sung, D.Kyung, Sung, S.In, Yoo, H.Soo, Im, G.Ho, Choi, S.Jin, and Park, W.Soon (2015). Optimal Route for Mesenchymal Stem Cells Transplantation after Severe Intraventricular Hemorrhage in Newborn Rats.Plos One10, e0132919.
Bornes, T., Jomha, N., Mulet-Sierra, A., and Adesida, A. (2015). Optimal Seeding Densities for In Vitro Chondrogenesis of Two and Three Dimensional-Isolated and Expanded Bone Marrow-Derived Mesenchymal Stromal Stem Cells within a Porous Collagen Scaffold.Tissue Eng Part C Methods.
Tata, A., Sudano, M.J., Santos, V.G., Landim-Alvarenga, F.D.C., Ferreira, C.R., and Eberlin, M.N. (2013). Optimal single-embryo mass spectrometry fingerprinting.J Mass Spectrom48, 844-9.

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