Stefan Maenz

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2010-2016 Otto Schott Institute for Materials Research Friedrich Schiller University Jena, Jena, Thüringen, Germany 
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Kinne RW, Gunnella F, Kunisch E, et al. (2021) Performance of Calcium Phosphate Cements in the Augmentation of Sheep Vertebrae-An Ex Vivo Study. Materials (Basel, Switzerland). 14
Xin L, Mika J, Horbert V, et al. (2020) Systematic Postoperative Assessment of a Minimally-Invasive Sheep Model for the Treatment of Osteochondral Defects. Life (Basel, Switzerland). 10
Maenz S, Brinkmann O, Hasenbein I, et al. (2020) The old sheep: a convenient and suitable model for senile osteopenia. Journal of Bone and Mineral Metabolism
Gunnella F, Kunisch E, Horbert V, et al. (2019) In Vitro Release of Bioactive Bone Morphogenetic Proteins (GDF5, BB-1, and BMP-2) from a PLGA Fiber-Reinforced, Brushite-Forming Calcium Phosphate Cement. Pharmaceutics. 11
Kunisch E, Gunnella F, Wagner S, et al. (2019) The poly (l-lactid-co-glycolide; PLGA) fiber component of brushite-forming calcium phosphate cement induces the osteogenic differentiation of human adipose tissue-derived stem cells. Biomedical Materials (Bristol, England). 14: 055012
Kunisch E, Maenz S, Knoblich M, et al. (2017) Short-time pre-washing of brushite-forming calcium phosphate cement improves its in vitro cytocompatibility. Tissue & Cell
Gunnella F, Kunisch E, Maenz S, et al. (2017) The GDF5 mutant BB-1 enhances the bone formation induced by an injectable, PLGA-fiber reinforced, brushite-forming cement in a sheep defect model of lumbar osteopenia. The Spine Journal : Official Journal of the North American Spine Society
Bungartz M, Kunisch E, Maenz S, et al. (2017) GDF5 significantly augments the bone formation induced by an injectable, PLGA-fiber reinforced, brushite-forming cement in a sheep defect model of lumbar osteopenia. The Spine Journal : Official Journal of the North American Spine Society
Gunnella F, Kunisch E, Bungartz M, et al. (2017) Low-dose BMP-2 is sufficient to enhance the bone formation induced by an injectable, PLGA-fiber reinforced, brushite-forming cement in a sheep defect model of lumbar osteopenia. The Spine Journal : Official Journal of the North American Spine Society
El Khassawna T, Daghma DES, Stoetzel S, et al. (2017) Postembedding Decalcification of Mineralized Tissue Sections Preserves the Integrity of Implanted Biomaterials and Minimizes Number of Experimental Animals. Biomed Research International. 2017: 2023853
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