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Review Division Faculty's PubMed Publications or the Scopus publications below.

Recent Publications

Sphingosine-1-phosphate promotes the differentiation of adipose-derived stem cells into endothelial nitric oxide synthase (eNOS) expressing endothelial-like cells

Endovascular treatment of celiac axis aneurysm with a covered stent: Case presentation and review of the literature

Endothelial differentiation of diabetic adipose-derived stem cells

Venous cystic adventitial disease of the common femoral vein

Middle aortic coarctation

Coral reef aorta: Case report and review of the literature

An interesting anatomic variant of inferior vena cava duplication: Case report and review of the literature

eNOS transfection of adipose-derived stem cells yields bioactive nitric oxide production and improved results in vascular tissue engineering

Contained rupture of a pseudoaneurysm of the descending thoracic aorta related to remnant outflow graft of left ventricular assist device after heart transplantation

Robotic-assisted median arcuate ligament release

Management of infected caval filter with simultaneous aortic pseudoaneurysm and retroperitoneal perforation: A case report and literature review

Alterations in membrane caveolae and BK Ca channel activity in skin fibroblasts in Smith-Lemli-Opitz syndrome

An unusual cause of venous hypertension after dialysis access creation

Differentiation of adult stem cells into smooth muscle for vascular tissue engineering

Endothelial differentiation of adipose-derived stem cells from elderly patients with cardiovascular disease

The role of hypoxia in stem cell differentiation and therapeutics

Availability of adipose-derived stem cells in patients undergoing vascular surgical procedures

Linear shear conditioning improves vascular graft retention of adipose-derived stem cells by upregulation of the α5β 1 integrin

May-Thurner syndrome: Case report and review of the literature involving modern endovascular therapy

Clostridium botulinum toxin a inhibits contractility in pregnant human myometrium in vitro

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