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2008
111
 
2010
89
 
2017
122
 
Directed differentiation of human bone marrow stromal cells to fate-committed Schwann cells for use in transplantation therapy.
Proceeding/Conference:38th World Congress of International Union of Physiological Sciences, 2017
2017
30
 
2014
22
 
Divergent routes for derivation of alternative glial cell fate from bone marrow stromal cells of adult rats for remyelination
Proceeding/Conference:Annual Meeting of the International Society for Stem Cell Research, ISSCR 2014
2014
39
 
An Emerging Role of Notch Signaling in the Switch to Fate Commitment of Bone Marrow-Derived Schwann Cells
Proceeding/Conference:Physiology Symposium & HKSN-BSHK 2014 Joint Scientific Conference
2014
33
 
2008
108
 
Ex vivo generation of myelinating Schwann-cell-like cells from bone marrow-derived neurospheres
Proceeding/Conference:Symposium of the Asian Biophysics Association, ABA 2009
2009
96
2008
94
 
2009
105
Fate commitment in bone marrow stromal cells derived Schwann cells is dependant on axonal contact
Proceeding/Conference:Annual Meeting of the Japan Neuroscience Society, JNS 2009
2009
128
 
Fate commitment of bone marrow-derived Schwann cells is guided by Notch and ErbB signaling
Proceeding/Conference:Physiology Symposium & HKSN-BSHK 2014 Joint Scientific Conference
2014
24
 
Fate commitment of human bone marrow stromal cells to Schwann cells
Proceeding/Conference:Biennial Conference of the Chinese Society for Neuroscience, CNS 2013
2013
29
 
2013
27
 
Generation of oligodendrocyte precursors from bone marrow stromal cells for remyelination therapy
Proceeding/Conference:International Symposium on Healthy Aging, ISHA 2012
2012
26
Guidance of DRG neurons in fate determination of bone marrow derived Schwann cells
Proceeding/Conference:Forum of Neuroscience of the Federation of European Neuroscience Societies, FENS 2014
2014
42
 
Hypoxia enhances neurosphere formation in bone marrow stromal cells via epidermal growth factor receptor signaling
Proceeding/Conference:Annual Congress of the Hong Kong Orthopaedic Association, HKOA 2015
2015
42
 
2017
85
 
2017
36