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Published on 02.03.17 in Vol 6, No 3 (2017): March

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Works citing "Bioengineered Temporomandibular Joint Disk Implants: Study Protocol for a Two-Phase Exploratory Randomized Preclinical Pilot Trial in 18 Black Merino Sheep (TEMPOJIMS)"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/resprot.6779):

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  1. Almarza AJ, Brown BN, Arzi B, Ângelo DF, Chung W, Badylak SF, Detamore M. Preclinical Animal Models for Temporomandibular Joint Tissue Engineering. Tissue Engineering Part B: Reviews 2018;24(3):171
  2. Ângelo DF, Gil FM, González-García R, Mónico L, Sousa R, Neto L, Caldeira I, Moura C, Francisco LC, Sanz D, Alves N, Salvado F, Morouço P. Effects of bilateral discectomy and bilateral discopexy on black Merino sheep rumination kinematics: TEMPOJIMS – phase 1 – pilot blinded, randomized preclinical study. Journal of Cranio-Maxillofacial Surgery 2018;46(2):346
  3. Ângelo DF, Morouço P, Monje Gil F, Mónico L, González-Gárcia R, Sousa R, Neto L, Caldeira I, Smith M, Smith S, Sanz D, Abade dos Santos F, Pinho M, Carrapiço B, Cavaco S, Moura C, Alves N, Salvado F, Little C. Preclinical randomized controlled trial of bilateral discectomy versus bilateral discopexy in Black Merino sheep temporomandibular joint: TEMPOJIMS – Phase 1- histologic, imaging and body weight results. Journal of Cranio-Maxillofacial Surgery 2018;46(4):688
  4. Helgeland E, Shanbhag S, Pedersen TO, Mustafa K, Rosén A. Scaffold-Based Temporomandibular Joint Tissue Regeneration in Experimental Animal Models: A Systematic ReviewAn abstract of this article was presented as a poster, at The Bergen Stem Cell Consortium (BSCC), Annual meeting, Bergen, Norway, September 3–4, 2017.. Tissue Engineering Part B: Reviews 2018;24(4):300