Rodolfo Quarto
Rodolfo Quarto
Professor of Cell Biology, Genoa University, Italy
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Repair of large bone defects with the use of autologous bone marrow stromal cells
R Quarto, M Mastrogiacomo, R Cancedda, SM Kutepov, V Mukhachev, ...
New England Journal of Medicine 344 (5), 385-386, 2001
Clonal mesenchymal progenitors from human bone marrow differentiate in vitro according to a hierarchical model
A Muraglia, R Cancedda, R Quarto
J Cell Sci 113 (7), 1161-1166, 2000
Autologous bone marrow stromal cells loaded o critical-size defects of sheep long bones
E Kon, A Muraglia, A Corsi, P Bianco, M Marcacci, I Martin, A Boyde, ...
J Biomed Mater Res 49, 328-37, 2000
Proliferation kinetics and differentiation potential of ex vivo expanded human bone marrow stromal cells: implications for their use in cell therapy
A Banfi, A Muraglia, B Dozin, M Mastrogiacomo, R Cancedda, R Quarto
Experimental hematology 28 (6), 707-715, 2000
Stem cells associated with macroporous bioceramics for long bone repair: 6-to 7-year outcome of a pilot clinical study
M Marcacci, E Kon, V Moukhachev, A Lavroukov, S Kutepov, R Quarto, ...
Tissue engineering 13 (5), 947-955, 2007
Tissue engineering and cell therapy of cartilage and bone
R Cancedda, B Dozin, P Giannoni, R Quarto
Matrix Biology 22 (1), 81-91, 2003
The receptor with high affinity for immunoglobulin E
H Metzger, G Alcaraz, R Hohman, JP Kinet, V Pribluda, R Quarto
Annual review of immunology 4 (1), 419-470, 1986
Fibroblast Growth Factor-2 Supports ex Vivo Expansion and Maintenance of Osteogenic Precursors from Human Bone Marrow
I Martin, A Muraglia, G Campanile, R Cancedda, R Quarto
Endocrinology 138 (10), 4456-4462, 1997
Role of scaffold internal structure on in vivo bone formation in macroporous calcium phosphate bioceramics
M Mastrogiacomo, S Scaglione, R Martinetti, L Dolcini, F Beltrame, ...
Biomaterials 27 (17), 3230-3237, 2006
Ex vivo enrichment of mesenchymal cell progenitors by fibroblast growth factor 2
G Bianchi, A Banfi, M Mastrogiacomo, R Notaro, L Luzzatto, R Cancedda, ...
Experimental cell research 287 (1), 98-105, 2003
Bone progenitor cell deficits and the age-associated decline in bone repair capacity
R Quarto, D Thomas, CT Liang
Calcified tissue international 56 (2), 123-129, 1995
Stromal damage as consequence of high-dose chemo/radiotherapy in bone marrow transplant recipients
M Galotto, G Berisso, L Delfino, M Podesta, L Ottaggio, S Dallorso, ...
Experimental hematology 27 (9), 1460-1466, 1999
Replicative aging and gene expression in long-term cultures of human bone marrow stromal cells
A Banfi, G Bianchi, R Notaro, L Luzzatto, R Cancedda, R Quarto
Tissue engineering 8 (6), 901-910, 2002
Three‐dimensional perfusion culture of human bone marrow cells and generation of osteoinductive grafts
A Braccini, D Wendt, C Jaquiery, M Jakob, M Heberer, L Kenins, ...
Stem cells 23 (8), 1066-1072, 2005
Design of graded biomimetic osteochondral composite scaffolds
A Tampieri, M Sandri, E Landi, D Pressato, S Francioli, R Quarto, I Martin
Biomaterials 29 (26), 3539-3546, 2008
Effect of different growth factors on the chondrogenic potential of human bone marrow stromal cells
M Mastrogiacomo, R Cancedda, R Quarto
Osteoarthritis and Cartilage 9, S36-S40, 2001
Orderly osteochondral regeneration in a sheep model using a novel nano‐composite multilayered biomaterial
E Kon, M Delcogliano, G Filardo, M Fini, G Giavaresi, S Francioli, I Martin, ...
Journal of orthopaedic research 28 (1), 116-124, 2010
Cell therapy for bone disease: a review of current status
R Cancedda, G Bianchi, A Derubeis, R Quarto
Stem Cells 21 (5), 610-619, 2003
Osteoconduction in large macroporous hydroxyapatite ceramic implants: evidence for a complementary integration and disintegration mechanism
A Boyde, A Corsi, R Quarto, R Cancedda, P Bianco
Bone 24 (6), 579-589, 1999
Osteoinduction of human mesenchymal stem cells by bioactive composite scaffolds without supplemental osteogenic growth factors
A Polini, D Pisignano, M Parodi, R Quarto, S Scaglione
PloS one 6 (10), e26211, 2011
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