Scheffer C.G. Tseng mainly investigates Transplantation, Surgery, Pathology, Molecular biology and Cornea. The concepts of his Transplantation study are interwoven with issues in Progenitor cell, Transforming growth factor, Stromal cell and Immunology. His Surgery research incorporates elements of Dermatology, Toxic epidermal necrolysis and Disease.
His studies in Pathology integrate themes in fields like CD44, Demodex, Cell growth, Eye infection and Blepharitis. His Molecular biology research focuses on Epithelium and how it connects with Immunostaining, Keratin, Stroma and Staining. His Cornea study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Conjunctiva and Stem cell.
Scheffer C.G. Tseng focuses on Cell biology, Pathology, Transplantation, Surgery and Stem cell. The Cell biology study combines topics in areas such as Membrane, Immunology and Stromal cell. As a part of the same scientific family, he mostly works in the field of Pathology, focusing on Demodex and, on occasion, Blepharitis.
His Transplantation research includes elements of Wound healing, Ex vivo, Fibrin glue and Regenerative medicine. His studies deal with areas such as Ophthalmology, Cornea and Conjunctiva as well as Surgery. Scheffer C.G. Tseng has researched Epithelium in several fields, including Molecular biology, Keratin, Immunostaining and Basement membrane.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Cell biology, Pathology, Umbilical cord, Ophthalmology and Progenitor cell. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Stromal cell, Matrigel and Transplantation. The concepts of his Pathology study are interwoven with issues in Ocular surface, Membrane, Demodex and Cell physiology.
His Umbilical cord study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Matrix, Surgery and H&E stain. His Surgery research includes themes of Cornea and Febrile illness. In the field of Ophthalmology, his study on Visual acuity and Dry Eye Syndromes overlaps with subjects such as Amnion.
His main research concerns Cell biology, Dermatology, Stem cell, Transplantation and Pathology. His research integrates issues of Molecular biology and Matrigel in his study of Cell biology. The study incorporates disciplines such as Eye infection and Meibomian gland in addition to Dermatology.
His Stem cell research integrates issues from Immunology and Regeneration. His work deals with themes such as Cell junction, Corneal endothelium, Contact inhibition and Leukemia inhibitory factor, which intersect with Transplantation. The various areas that Scheffer C.G. Tseng examines in his Pathology study include Ocular surface, Membrane, Demodex and Keratitis.
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Limbal Autograft Transplantation for Ocular Surface Disorders
K. R. Kenyon;S. C. G. Tseng.
Transplantation of Preserved Human Amniotic Membrane for Surface Reconstruction in Severely Damaged Rabbit Corneas
Jae Chan Kim;Scheffer C. G. Tseng.
Comparison of Conjunctival Autografts, Amniotic Membrane Grafts, and Primary Closure for Pterygium Excision
Pinnita Prabhasawat;Keith Barton;Gene Burkett;Scheffer C.G. Tseng.
Amniotic Membrane Transplantation With or Without Limbal Allografts for Corneal Surface Reconstruction in Patients With Limbal Stem Cell Deficiency
Scheffer C. G. Tseng;Pinnita Prabhasawat;Keith Barton;Trevor Gray.
Archives of Ophthalmology (1998)
Amniotic membrane transplantation for persistent epithelial defects with ulceration.
Shwu-Huey Lee;Scheffer C.G. Tseng;Scheffer C.G. Tseng.
American Journal of Ophthalmology (1997)
Concept and application of limbal stem cells.
Scheffer C G Tseng.
Evaluation of Subjective Assessments and Objective Diagnostic Tests for Diagnosing Tear-Film Disorders Known to Cause Ocular Irritation
Stephen C. Pflugfelder;Scheffer C.G. Tseng;Olga Sanabria;Hans Kell.
Dysfunctional tear syndrome: a Delphi approach to treatment recommendations.
Ashley Behrens;John J. Doyle;Lee Stern;Roy S. Chuck.
Staging of conjunctival squamous metaplasia by impression cytology.
Scheffer C.G. Tseng;Scheffer C.G. Tseng.
SUPPRESSION OF TRANSFORMING GROWTH FACTOR-BETA ISOFORMS, TGF-BETA RECEPTOR TYPE II, AND MYOFIBROBLAST DIFFERENTIATION IN CULTURED HUMAN CORNEAL AND LIMBAL FIBROBLASTS BY AMNIOTIC MEMBRANE MATRIX
Scheffer C.G. Tseng;Scheffer C.G. Tseng;De-Quan Li;Xiang Ma.
Journal of Cellular Physiology (1999)
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