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3D Culture of human lung fibroblasts decreases proliferative and increases extracellular matrix remodeling genes

An in vitro model of fibrosis using crosslinked native extracellular matrix-derived hydrogels to modulate biomechanics without changing composition

Three dimensional lung models - Three dimensional extracellular matrix models

Architecture and Composition Dictate Viscoelastic Properties of Organ-Derived Extracellular Matrix Hydrogels

Human lung extracellular matrix hydrogels resemble the stiffness and viscoelasticity of native lung tissue

Human Lung Tissue Retains Stiffness and Viscoelasticity Irrespective of Cold Storage

Chronic lung pathologies that require repair and regeneration.

Higher Chain Length Distribution in Debranched Type-3 Resistant Starches (RS3) Increases TLR Signaling and Supports Dendritic Cell Cytokine Production

Human Lung Extracellular Matrix Hydrogels Replicate Biomechanics of Diseased and Nondiseased Lung

Human lung stiffness and viscoelasticity replicated in extracellular matrix hydrogels

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