Joaquim M S Cabral
Joaquim M S Cabral
Distinguished Professor of Bioengineering, Instituto Superior Técnico, University of Lisbon
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Microbial conversion of steroid compounds: recent developments
P Fernandes, A Cruz, B Angelova, HM Pinheiro, JMS Cabral
Enzyme and microbial technology 32 (6), 688-705, 2003
A complex human gut microbiome cultured in an anaerobic intestine-on-a-chip
S Jalili-Firoozinezhad, FS Gazzaniga, EL Calamari, DM Camacho, ...
Nature biomedical engineering 3 (7), 520-531, 2019
Ex vivo expansion of human mesenchymal stem cells: a more effective cell proliferation kinetics and metabolism under hypoxia
F Dos Santos, PZ Andrade, JS Boura, MM Abecasis, CL Da Silva, ...
Journal of cellular physiology 223 (1), 27-35, 2010
Horseradish peroxidase: a valuable tool in biotechnology
AM Azevedo, VC Martins, DMF Prazeres, V Vojinovic, JMS Cabral, ...
Biotechnology annual review 9 (3), 1387-2656, 2003
Ethanol biosensors based on alcohol oxidase
AM Azevedo, DMF Prazeres, JMS Cabral, LP Fonseca
Biosensors and Bioelectronics 21 (2), 235-247, 2005
Downstream processing of plasmid DNA for gene therapy and DNA vaccine applications
GNM Ferreira, GA Monteiro, DMF Prazeres, JMS Cabral
Trends in biotechnology 18 (9), 380-388, 2000
Large-scale production of pharmaceutical-grade plasmid DNA for gene therapy: problems and bottlenecks
DMF Prazeres, GNM Ferreira, GA Monteiro, CL Cooney, JMS Cabral
Trends in biotechnology 17 (4), 169-174, 1999
High-throughput cellular microarray platforms: applications in drug discovery, toxicology and stem cell research
TG Fernandes, MM Diogo, DS Clark, JS Dordick, JMS Cabral
Trends in biotechnology 27 (6), 342-349, 2009
Mesenchymal stem cells from umbilical cord matrix, adipose tissue and bone marrow exhibit different capability to suppress peripheral blood B, natural killer and T cells
A Ribeiro, P Laranjeira, S Mendes, I Velada, C Leite, P Andrade, F Santos, ...
Stem cell research & therapy 4, 1-16, 2013
Toward a clinical-grade expansion of mesenchymal stem cells from human sources: a microcarrier-based culture system under xeno-free conditions
F Santos, PZ Andrade, MM Abecasis, JM Gimble, LG Chase, ...
Tissue Engineering Part C: Methods 17 (12), 1201-1210, 2011
Reverse micelles as reaction media for lipases
CML Carvalho, JMS Cabral
Biochimie 82 (11), 1063-1085, 2000
Cutinase: from molecular level to bioprocess development
CML Carvalho, MR Aires‐Barros, JMS Cabral
Biotechnology and bioengineering 66 (1), 17-34, 1999
Tonic 4-1BB costimulation in chimeric antigen receptors impedes T cell survival and is vector-dependent
D Gomes-Silva, M Mukherjee, M Srinivasan, G Krenciute, O Dakhova, ...
Cell reports 21 (1), 17-26, 2017
Stem cell cultivation in bioreactors
CAV Rodrigues, TG Fernandes, MM Diogo, CL da Silva, JMS Cabral
Biotechnology advances 29 (6), 815-829, 2011
Supercritical CO2 extraction of carotenoids and other lipids from Chlorella vulgaris
RL Mendes, HL Fernandes, JP Coelho, EC Reis, JMS Cabral, JM Novais, ...
Food chemistry 53 (1), 99-103, 1995
Biodetection using magnetically labeled biomolecules and arrays of spin valve sensors
HA Ferreira, DL Graham, PP Freitas, JMS Cabral
Journal of Applied Physics 93 (10), 7281-7286, 2003
Single magnetic microsphere placement and detection on-chip using current line designs with integrated spin valve sensors: Biotechnological applications
DL Graham, H Ferreira, J Bernardo, PP Freitas, JMS Cabral
Journal of Applied Physics 91 (10), 7786-7788, 2002
Maximizing the ex vivo expansion of human mesenchymal stem cells using a microcarrier-based stirred culture system
G Eibes, F dos Santos, PZ Andrade, JS Boura, MMA Abecasis, ...
Journal of biotechnology 146 (4), 194-197, 2010
Advanced cell therapies for articular cartilage regeneration
C Madeira, A Santhagunam, JB Salgueiro, JMS Cabral
Trends in biotechnology 33 (1), 35-42, 2015
Liquid− liquid extraction of proteins with reversed micelles
MJ Pires, MR Aires‐Barros, JMS Cabral
Biotechnology Progress 12 (3), 290-301, 1996
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