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Following the list of Dirk Henrich's publications and presentations, sorted by date.

Publications & Presentations

  • Effects of electrical stimulation on rat limb regeneration, a new look at an old model. – Liudmila Leppik, Andrei Slavici, Dara Froemel, Zachri N Ovadia, Lukasz Hudak, Dirk Henrich, Ingo Marzi, and John H. Barker,  Sci. Rep. (2015) 5, 18353; DOI: 10.1038/srep18353.
  • Treatment of Large Bone Defects with a Vascularized Periosteal Flap, Bone Marrow Derived Mononuclear Cells and Biodegradable Scaffold – C Nau, D Henrich, C Seebach, S-J Fitzsimmons, S Hankel JH Barker, I Marzi, J Frank. Tissue Engineering Part A 10/2015; DOI:10.1089/ten.TEA.2015.0030
  • Human endothelial-like differentiated precursor cells maintain their endothelial characteristics when cocultured with mesenchymal stem cells and seeded onto human cancellous bone. – Dirk Henrich, Kerstin Wilhelm, Joerg Warzecha, Johannes Frank, John H. Barker, Ingo Marzi and Caroline Seebach.  Mediators of Inflammation.  Volume 2013, Article ID 364591, 12 pages, DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1155/2013/364591 (link is external) (2013).
  • Establishment and characterization of the Masquelet induced membrane technique in rat femur critical size defect model. – Henrich D, Seebach C, Nau C, Wilhelm K, Schaible A, Basan S, Relja B., Frank J, Barker JH, Marzi I,  Journal of Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine, DOI: 10.1002/term.1826 (2013).
  • Systemic transplantation of progenitor cells accelerates wound epithelialization and neovascularization in the hairless mouse ear wound model. Sander, A. L., Jakob, H., Henrich, D., Powerski, M., Witt, H., Dimmeler, S., Barker, J., Marzi, I., and Frank, J. J Surg. Res. 165:165-170, (2011).
  • Endothelial progenitor cells improve early vascularization of mesenchymal stem cell-driven bone regeneration. Seebach C, Henrich D, Wilhelm K, Barker J, Marzi I.Cell Transplantation. (2011)
  • Comparison of six bone-graft substitutes regarding to cell seeding efficiency, metabolism and growth behaviour of human mesenchymal stem cells (MSC) in vitro. Seebach, C., Schultheiss, J., Wilhelm, K., Frank, J., and Henrich, D. Injury 41:731-738, (2010).
  • Endothelial progenitor cells and mesenchymal stem cells seeded onto beta-TCP granules enhance early vascularization and bone healing in a critical-sized bone defect in rats. Seebach, C., Henrich, D., Kahling, C., Wilhelm, K., Tami, A. E., Alini, M., and Marzi, I. Tissue Eng Part A 16:1961-1970, (2010).
  • Simultaneous cultivation of human endothelial-like differentiated precursor cells and human marrow stromal cells on beta-tricalcium phosphate. Henrich, D., Seebach, C., Kaehling, C., Scherzed, A., Wilhelm, K., Tewksbury, R., Powerski, M., and Marzi, I. Tissue Eng Part C Methods 15:551-560, (2009).
  • High dosage of simvastatin reduces TNF-alpha-induced apoptosis of endothelial progenitor cells but fails to prevent apoptosis induced by IL-1beta in vitro. Henrich, D., Seebach, C., Wilhelm, K., and Marzi, I. J Surg. Res. 142:13-19, (2007).
  • Number and proliferative capacity of human mesenchymal stem cells are modulated positively in multiple trauma patients and negatively in atrophic nonunions. Seebach, C., Henrich, D., Tewksbury, R., Wilhelm, K., and Marzi, I. Calcif. Tissue Int. 80:294-300, (2007).
  • Serum derived from multiple trauma patients promotes the differentiation of endothelial progenitor cells in vitro: possible role of transforming growth factor-beta1 and vascular endothelial growth factor165. Henrich, D., Hahn, P., Wahl, M., Wilhelm, K., Dernbach, E., Dimmeler, S., and Marzi, I. Shock 21:13-16, (2004).