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Mazzone, L; Pratsinis, M; Pontiggia, L; Reichmann, E; Meuli, M (2016). Successful grafting of tissue-engineered fetal skin. Pediatric Surgery International, 32(12):1177-1182.

Mazzone, L; Pontiggia, L; Reichmann, E; Ochsenbein-Kölble, N; Moehrlen, U; Meuli, M (2014). Experimental tissue engineering of fetal skin. Pediatric Surgery International, 30(12):1241-1247.

Braziulis, E; Diezi, M; Biedermann, T; Pontiggia, L; Schmucki, M; Hartmann-Fritsch, F; Luginbühl, J; Schiestl, C; Meuli, M; Reichmann, E (2012). Modified plastic compression of collagen hydrogels provides an ideal matrix for clinically applicable skin substitutes. Tissue engineering. Part C, 18(6):464-474.

Weber, A D; Pontiggia, L; Biedermann, T; Schiestl, C; Meuli, M; Reichmann, E (2011). Determining the origin of cells in tissue engineered skin substitutes: a pilot study employing in situ hybridization. Pediatric Surgery International, 27(3):255-261.

Braziulis, E; Biedermann, T; Hartmann-Fritsch, F; Schiestl, C; Pontiggia, L; Böttcher-Haberzeth, S; Reichmann, E; Meuli, M (2011). Skingineering I: engineering porcine dermo-epidermal skin analogues for autologous transplantation in a large animal model. Pediatric Surgery International, 27(3):241-247.

Biedermann, T; Pontiggia, L; Böttcher-Haberzeth, S; Tharakan, S; Braziulis, E; Schiestl, C; Meuli, M; Reichmann, E (2010). Human eccrine sweat gland cells can reconstitute a stratified epidermis. Journal of Investigative Dermatology, 130(8):1996-2009.

Tharakan, S; Pontiggia, L; Biedermann, T; Böttcher-Haberzeth, S; Schiestl, C; Reichmann, E; Meuli, M (2010). Transglutaminases, involucrin, and loricrin as markers of epidermal differentiation in skin substitutes derived from human sweat gland cells. Pediatric Surgery International, 26(1):71-77.

Montaño, I; Schiestl, C; Schneider, J; Pontiggia, L; Luginbühl, J; Biedermann, T; Böttcher-Haberzeth, S; Braziulis, E; Meuli, M; Reichmann, E (2010). Formation of human capillaries in vitro: The engineering of prevascularized matrices. Tissue Engineering. Part A, 16(1):269-282.

Pontiggia, L; Biedermann, T; Meuli, M; Widmer, D; Böttcher-Haberzeth, S; Schiestl, C; Schneider, J; Braziulis, E; Montaño, I; Meuli-Simmen, C; Reichmann, E (2009). Markers to evaluate the quality and self-renewing potential of engineered human skin substitutes in vitro and after transplantation. Journal of Investigative Dermatology, 129(2):480-490.

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