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Rohaina CM, and Then KY, and Ng MH, and Aminuddin BS, and Roszalina R, and Ruszymah BHI, (2011) Cultured human buccal mucosa epithelial cells can be differentistied to corneal lineages proven by presence of β-integrin and c/ebpσ. Medicine & Health, 6 (1 Supp). p. 257. ISSN 1823-2140

Shamsuddin SA, and Razali M, and Baharin B, and Ng MH, and Sulaiman Shamsul B, and Low CK, and AbdulJabar MZ, and Rifqah N, and Yahaya N, and Abdul Shukor SS, and B-Haji Idrus Ruszymah, and CH Siar, and Roszalina Ramli, (2011) Establishment of Macaca Fascicularis bone marrow stem cells culture for future use as a proff of concept in big animal model. Medicine & Health, 6 (1 Supp). p. 254. ISSN 1823-2140

Ude CC, and Shamsul S, and Ng MH, and Chen HC, and Hamdan NY, and Aminuddin S, and Ruszymah BHI, (2011) Evidence of cartilage regeneration by chondrogenic induced bone marrow mesenchymal stem cells in a sheep model. Medicine & Health, 6 (1 Supp). p. 263. ISSN 1823-2140

Salah AS, and Zulkifli MZ, and Ho CCK, and Ismail S, and Ng MH, and Ruszymah BHI, (2011) Human adipose tissue derived stem cells as a source of smooth muscle cells in the regeneration of muscular layer of urinary bladder wall. Medicine & Health, 6 (1 Supp). p. 260. ISSN 1823-2140

Khairul AK, and Manira M, and Seet WT, and Ahmad Irfan AW, and Ng MH, and Chua KH, and Aminuddin BS, and Ruszymah BHI, (2011) Human keratinocytes and fibroblast gene expressions were maintained even when trypsinized with recombinant trypsin: Towards clinical application. Medicine & Health, 6 (1 Supp). p. 266. ISSN 1823-2140

Alimukhti MM, and Chowdhury SR, and Ng MH, and Ruszymah BHI, (2011) Modification of the wounding technique for the scratch wound assay for the evaluation of wound healing properties. Medicine & Health, 6 (1 Supp). p. 264. ISSN 1823-2140

Lee HC, and Ng MH, and Ruszymah BHI, and Hazla MH, and Aminuddin BS, and Suryami D, (2011) hTERT transpected human adipose-derived mesenchymal stem cells maintains adipogenic differentiation potential and expressed MSC markers. Medicine & Health, 6 (1 Supp). p. 258. ISSN 1823-2140

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