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Hepatic Stellate Cell Targeting Using Peptide-Modified Biologicals

The role of intestinal alkaline phosphatase in the development of necrotizing enterocolitis

Blood group AB is associated with poor outcomes in infants with necrotizing enterocolitis

Design of a Gene Panel to Expose the Versatile Role of Hepatic Stellate Cells in Human Liver Fibrosis

Innovative Nanotechnological Formulations to Reach the Hepatic Stellate Cell

Osteoprotegerin Is more than a Possible Serum Marker in Liver Fibrosis: A Study into Its Function in Human and Murine Liver

Phosphate Groups in the Lipid A Moiety Determine the Effects of LPS on Hepatic Stellate Cells: A Role for LPS-Dephosphorylating Activity in Liver Fibrosis

Rho-kinase inhibitor coupled to peptide-modified albumin carrier reduces portal pressure and increases renal perfusion in cirrhotic rats

The antifibrotic potential of a sustained release formulation of a PDGF beta-receptor targeted rho kinase inhibitor

Cell type-specific pharmacological kinase inhibition for cancer chemoprevention

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Deze pil injecteert zichzelf in je maagwand

Societal relevance of research activities of Prof.dr. Klaas Poelstra