From Cell Biology to Tissue Engineering

Volume 31, number 11 (November), 2016 (published online: August 9, 2016)



Roles of TGF-beta 1 signaling in the development of osteoarthritis
J. Fang, L. Xu, Y. Li and Z. Zhao

pp 1161-1167


Ewing sarcoma and the new emerging Ewing-like sarcomas: (CIC and BCOR-rearranged-sarcomas). A systematic review
I. Machado, S. Navarro and A. Llombart-Bosch
pp 1169-1181


The importance of physical activity in osteoporosis. From the molecular pathways to the clinical evidence
P. Castrogiovanni, F.M. Trovato, M.A. Szychlinska, H. Nsir, R. Imbesi and G. Musumeci

pp 1183-1194



Establishment and characterization of a transplantable tumor line (RMM) and cell line (RMM-C) from a malignant amelanotic melanoma in the F344 rat, with particular reference to galectin-3 expression in vivo and in vitro
A. Bondoc, C. Katou-Ichikawa, H.M. Golbar, M. Tanaka, T. Izawa, M. Kuwamura and J. Yamate
pp 1195-1207


Histological parameters of the adrenal cortex after testosterone application in a rat model of the andropause
V.Z. Ajdžanović, I.M. Jarić, J.B. Živanović, B.R. Filipović, B.T. Šošić-Jurjević, N.M. Ristić, S.D. Stankovićand V.Lj. Milošević
pp 1209-1220


Differentiation of human mesenchymal stromal cells cultured on collagen sponges for cartilage repair
C. Sanjurjo-Rodríguez, A. Helvia Martínez-Sánchez, T. Hermida-Gómez, I. Fuentes-Boquete, S. Díaz-Prado and F.J. Blanco
pp 1221-1239


Increased aquaporin 1 expression in the tunica albuginea of Peyronie's disease patients: an in vivo pilot study
A. Castorina, C. Loreto, G. Vespasiani, S. Giunta, G. Musumeci, S. Castorina, D. Basicand S. Sansalone
pp 1241-1249


High glucose concentration-induced expression of pentraxin-3 in a rat model of continuous peritoneal dialysis
N. Ishimatsu, T. Miyamoto, H. Ueno, E. Hasegawa, A. Kuma, Y. Fujimoto, K. Bando, J. Nakamata, Y. Furuno, R. Serino, R. Baba, H. Morimoto, Y. Doi, M. Tamura and Y. Otsuji
pp 1251-1258


Histological and immunohistochemical effects of L-arginine and silymarin on TNBS-induced inflammatory bowel disease in rats
A.M. Al-Drees and M.S. Khalil
pp 1259-1270


Intravascular papillary endothelial hyperplasia (IPEH). Evidence supporting a piecemeal mode of angiogenesis from vein endothelium, with vein wall neovascularization and papillary formation
L. Díaz-Flores, R. Gutiérrez, J.F. Madrid, M.P. García-Suárez, M.P. González-Alvarez, L. Díaz-Flores Jr and F.J. Sáez
pp 1271-1279