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  • In situ Endothelialization: Bioengineering Considerations to Translation. [Review]
    Small 2015; 11(47):6248-64Pang JH, Farhatnia Y, … Seifalian AM
  • Improving patency rates of current cardiovascular implants remains a major challenge. It is widely accepted that regeneration of a healthy endothelium layer on biomaterials could yield the perfect blood-contacting surface. Earlier efforts in pre-seeding endothelial cells in vitro demonstrated success in enhancing patency, but translation to the clinic is largely hampered due to its impracticality…
  • Clinical coccidiosis in adult cattle. [Journal Article]
    J Parasit Dis 2015; 39(3):557-9Sudhakara Reddy B, Sivajothi S, Rayulu VC
  • Coccidiosis is caused by the protozoan parasite belongs to the genous Eimeria spp. which parasitizes the epithelium lining of the alimentary tract. Infection damages the lining of the gut causing diarrhoea and possibly dysentery. Coccidiosis is primarily a disease of young animals but can affect older animals that are in poor condition. In a farm, seven adult cattle had foul smell bloody diarrhoe…
  • Coronary Stent Materials and Coatings: A Technology and Performance Update. [Review]
    Ann Biomed Eng 2016; 44(2):523-35O'Brien B, Zafar H, … Sharif F
  • This paper reviews the current state of the art for coronary stent materials and surface coatings, with an emphasis on new technologies that followed on from first-generation bare metal and drug-eluting stents. These developments have been driven mainly by the need to improve long term outcomes, including late stent thrombosis. Biodegradable drug-eluting coatings aim to address the long term effe…
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