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2009Automation and standardization of tissue culture processes for regenerative medicineFranscini, Nicola; Bono, Epifania; Würtz, Karin; Patocchi-Tenzer, Isabel; Durner, Roland, et al
2008Automation and standardization of tissue culture processes for regenerative medicineFranscini, Nicola; Bono, Epifania; Würtz, Karin; Patocchi-Tenzer, Isabel; Durner, Roland, et al
2012Curcuma DMSO extracts and curcumin exhibit an anti-inflammatory and anti-catabolic effect on human intervertebral disc cells, possibly by influencing TLR2 expression and JNK activityKlawitter, Marina; Quero, Lilian; Klasen, Juergen; Gloess, Alexia N.; Klopprogge, Babette, et al
2010Disc regeneration : automation for a new cell-based approachFranscini, Nicola; Bono, Epifania; Durner, Roland; Wuertz, Karin; Boos, Norbert, et al
2009Economic production of quality controlled primary cells for cell based assays by automating tissue culture processesFranscini, Nicola; Bono, Epifania; Patocchi - Tenzer, Isabel; Durner, Roland; Wuertz, Karin, et al
2009Intervertebral disc degeneration : automation of tissue culture processes for regenerative medicineFranscini, Nicola; Bono, Epifania; Würtz, Karin; Patocchi-Tenzer, Isabel; Durner, Roland, et al
2009Intervertebral disc degeneration : automation of tissue culture processes for regenerative medicine applicationsFranscini, Nicola; Bono, Epifania; Patocchi - Tenzer, Isabel; Durner, Roland; Wuertz, Karin, et al
2009Intervertebral disc regeneration : small and large scale systemsBono, Epifania; Mauth, Corinna; Franscini, Nicola; Durner, Roland; Boos, Norbert, et al
2018Treatment efficacy, clinical utility, and cost-effectiveness of multidisciplinary biopsychosocial rehabilitation treatments for persistent low back pain : a systematic reviewSalathé, Cornelia Rolli; Melloh, Markus; Crawford, Rebecca; Scherrer, Stephanie; Boos, Norbert, et al