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Long-term fate of silica nanoparticles interacting with human dermal fibroblasts.
Quantitative assessment of collagen I liquid crystal organizations : role of ionic force and acidic solvent, and evidence of new phases.
In vitro studies and preliminary in vivo evaluation of silicified concentrated collagen hydrogels.
Synthesis and in vivo integration of improved concentrated collagen hydrogels.
Power-law rheology and strain-induced yielding in acidic solutions of type I-collagen.
Silica-collagen bionanocomposites as three-dimensional scaffolds for fibroblast immobilization.
Nonlinear optical imaging of lyotropic cholesteric liquid crystals.
Self-Assembled Collagen-Apatite Matrix with Bone-Like Hierarchy.
Assembling Vanadium( V) Oxide and Gelatin into Novel Bionanocomposites with unexpected Rubber-like Properties.
Fibroblast encapsulation in a hybrid silica/collagen hydrogels.
Liquid crystalline properties of type I collagen : Perspectives in tissue morphogenesis.
Liquid crystallinity in collagen systems in vitro and in vivo.
Fibrillogenesis in dense collagen solutions : a physicochemical study.
Cooperative ordering of collagen triple helices in the dense state.
Possible transient liquid crystal phase during the laying out of connective tissues, a chitin and collagen as models.
Type I collagen, a versatile liquidcrystal biological template for silica structuration from nano- to microscopicscales.
Crystal structure of the low-temperature form and evolution during the phase transition of the electronic properties of a mixed-valence vanadium oxide inserting quinuclidinium cations.