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Yulya Stukach

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Natalia Akentieva

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Antonietta R. Silini and Ornella Parolini

, Emmrich F, Riegelsberger UM, and Boltze J Transplantation of placenta-derived mesenchymal stromal cells upon experimental stroke in rats. Brain Res. 2010; 1315:128-36. 38. Zhao B, Liu JQ, Zheng Z, Zhang J, Wang SY, Han SC, Zhou Q, Guan H, Li C, Su LL, and Hu DH Human amniotic epithelial stem cells promote wound healing by facilitating migration and proliferation of keratinocytes via ERK, JNK and AKT signaling pathways. Cell Tissue Res. 2016; 365(1):85-99. 39. Jin E, Kim TH, Han S, and Kim SW Amniotic epithelial cells promote wound healing

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Anthony Singer, Eleni Markoutsa, Alya Limayem, Subhra Mohapatra and Shyam S. Mohapatra

tumoroids: a platform for anticancer drug development. PLoS One 2013; 8:e75345. 85. Terrell-Hall TB, Ammer AG, Griffith JI, Lockman PR. Permeability across a novel microfluidic blood-tumor barrier model. Fluids Barriers CNS 2017; 14:3. 86. Samavedi S, Joy N. 3D printing for the development of in vitro cancer models. Curr Opin Biomed Eng 2017; 2:35-42. 87. Vafai N, Lowry TW, Wilson KA, Davidson MW, Lenhert S. Evaporative edge lithography of a liposomal drug microarray for cell migration assays. Nanofabrication 2015; 2