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Acurate as of 5th January 2018

1) Oxidative stress inhibits the proliferation, induces premature senescence and promotes a catabolic phenotype in human nucleus pulposus intervertebral disc cells
A Dimozi, E Mavrogonatou, A Sklirou, D Kletsas

2)Disc in flames: Roles of TNF-α and IL-1β in intervertebral disc degeneration
ZI Johnson, ZR Schoepflin, H Choi, IM Shapiro, MV Risbud

3) Influence of surface microstructure and chemistry on osteoinduction and osteoclastogenesis by biphasic calcium phosphate discs
NL Davison, J Su, H Yuan, JJJP van den Beucken, JD de Bruijn, F Barrère-de Groot

4) Intervertebral disc repair with activated nucleus pulposus cell transplantation: a three-year, prospective clinical study of its safety
J Mochida, D Sakai, Y Nakamura, T Watanabe, Y Yamamoto, S Kato

5) Sustained intra-articular delivery of IL-1Ra from a thermally-responsive elastin-like polypeptide as a therapy for post-traumatic arthritis
KA Kimmerling, BD Furman, DS Mangiapani, MA Moverman, SM Sinclair, JL Huebner, A Chilkoti, VB Kraus, LA Setton, F Guilak, SA Olson

6) In vivo biological response to extracorporeal shockwave therapy in human tendinopathy
CM Waugh, D Morrissey, E Jones, GP Riley, H Langberg, HRC Screen

7) In situ vascular regeneration using substance P-immobilised poly(L-lactide-co-e-caprolactone) scaffolds: stem cell recruitment, angiogenesis, and tissue regeneration
M Shafiq, Y Jung, SH Kim

8) Full regeneration of segmental bone defects using porous titanium implants loaded with BMP-2 containing fibrin gels
J van der Stok, MKE Koolen, MPM de Maat, S Amin Yavari, J Alblas, P Patka, JAN Verhaar, EMM van Lieshout, AA Zadpoor, H Weinans, H Jahr

9) 3D printed bioceramics for dual antibiotic delivery to treat implant-associated bone infection
JA Inzana, RP Trombetta, EM Schwarz, SL Kates, HA Awad

10) Postnatal changes to the mechanical properties of articular cartilage are driven by the evolution of its collagen network
AR Gannon, T Nagel, AP Bell, NC Avery, DJ Kelly

1) Tissue engineering for articular cartilage repair – the state of the art
B Johnstone, M Alini, M Cucchiarini, GR Dodge, D Eglin, F Guilak, H Madry, A Mata, RL Mauck, CE Semino, MJ Stoddart

As of September/October 2017, this highly cited paper received enough citations to place it in the top 1% of its academic field based on a highly cited threshold for the field and publication year. Data from Essential Science Indicators

2) Challenges and strategies in the repair of ruptured annulus fibrosus
CC Guterl, EY See, SBG Blanquer, A Pandit, SJ Ferguson, LM Benneker, DW Grijpma, D Sakai, D Eglin, M Alini, JC Iatridis, S Grad

3) Role and regulation of RUNX2 in osteogenesis
M Bruderer, RG Richards, M Alini, MJ Stoddart

4) Cell-scaffold interactions in the bone tissue engineering triad
CM Murphy, FJ O’Brien, DG Little, A Schindeler

5) Tissue engineered bone using select growth factors: A comprehensive review of animal studies and clinical translation studies in man
K Wuertz, N Vo, D Kletsas, N Boos

6) VEGF and BMP-2 promote bone regeneration by facilitating bone marrow stem cell homing and differentiation
Y Wei, W Zeng, R Wan, J Wang, Q Zhou, S Qiu, SR Singh

7) Meniscus repair and regeneration: review on current methods and research potential
C Scotti, MT Hirschmann, P Antinolfi, I Martin, GM Peretti

8) Alterations of the subchondral bone in osteochondral repair ľ translational data and clinical evidence
P Orth, M Cucchiarini, D Kohn, H Madry

9) Antibacterial biodegradable Mg-Ag alloys
D Tie, F Feyerabend, W-D Müller, R Schade, K Liefeith, KU Kainer, R Willumeit

10) Capacity for sliding between tendon fascicles decreases with ageing in injury prone equine tendons: a possible mechanism for age-related tendinopathy?
CT Thorpe, CP Udeze, HL Birch, PD Clegg, HRC Screen

 

1) Making tissue engineering scaffolds work: Review on the application of solid freeform fabrication technology to the production of tissue engineering scaffolds
E Sachlos, JT Czernuszka

2) Biodegradable synthetic polymers for tissue engineering
PA Gunatillake, R Adhikari

3) Osteogenesis and angiogenesis: The potential for engineering bone
JM Kanczler, ROC Oreffo

As of September/October 2017, this highly cited paper received enough citations to place it in the top 1% of its academic field based on a highly cited threshold for the field and publication year. Data from Essential Science Indicators

4) Animal models for implant biomaterial research in bone: A review
AI Pearce , RG Richards , S Milz, E Schneider, SG Pearce

As of September/October 2017, this highly cited paper received enough citations to place it in the top 1% of its academic field based on a highly cited threshold for the field and publication year. Data from Essential Science Indicators

5) Concise review of mechanisms of bacterial adhesion to biomaterials and of techniques used in estimating bacteria-material interactions.
M Katsikogianni and YF Missirlis

6) Collagen-hydroxyapatite composites for hard tissue repair
DA Wahl, JT Czernuszka

7) Current strategies for articular cartilage repair
SN Redman, SF Oldfield, CW Archer

8) Properties of the amniotic membrane for potential use in tissue engineering
Niknejad H, Peirovi H, Jorjani M, Ahmadiani A, Ghanavi J, Seifalian AM.

9) Bone development and its relation to fracture repair. The role of mesenchymal osteoblasts and surface osteoblasts
F Shapiro

As of September/October 2017, this highly cited paper received enough citations to place it in the top 1% of its academic field based on a highly cited threshold for the field and publication year. Data from Essential Science Indicators

10) Substrate stiffness affects early differentiation events in embryonic stem cells
ND Evans, C Minelli, E Gentleman, V LaPointe, SN Patankar, M Kallivretaki, X Chen, CJ Roberts, MM Stevens

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