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1. A mini-review: Cell response to microscale, nanoscale, and hierarchical patterning of surface structure
Topic: Biomaterials
Published: 9/12/2014
Authors: Carl George Simon Jr., Geunhyung Kim, HoJun Jeon
Abstract: Cellular behavior can be influenced by the chemical and physical surface characteristics of biomedical substrates. To understand the relationships between various topographical surface patterns and cellular activities, various types of pattern mo ...

2. Adsorption Behavior of DNA-Wrapped Carbon Nanotubes on Self-Assembled Monolayer Surfaces
Topic: Biomaterials
Published: 5/22/2007
Authors: Rebecca A Zangmeister, James E Maslar, A Opdahl, Michael J Tarlov
Abstract: We have examined the adsorption of DNA-wrapped single walled carbon nanotubes (DNA-SWNTs) on hydrophobic, hydrophilic, and charged surfaces of alkylthiol self-assembled monolayers (SAMs) on gold. Our goal is to understand how DNA-wrapped SWNTs intera ...

3. Airbrushed Nanofiber Scaffolds Support Bone Marrow Stromal Cell Differentiation
Topic: Biomaterials
Published: 11/1/2013
Authors: Carl George Simon Jr., Wojtek J Tutak, Sumona Sarkar, Tanya M. Farooque, Jyotsnendu J. Giri, Dongbo Wang, Sheng Lin-Gibson, Joachim Kohn, Durgadas Bolikal
Abstract: Nanofiber scaffolds are effective for tissue engineering since they emulate the fibrous nanostructure of native extracellular matrix (ECM). Although electrospinning has been the most common approach for fabricating nanofiber scaffolds, airbrushi ...

4. Analysis of One-Minute Potentially Available Fluoride from Dentifrice
Series: Journal of Research (NIST JRES)
Report Number: 119.025
Topic: Biomaterials
Published: 12/4/2014
Authors: Clifton Carey, Erin Holahan
Abstract: Previous reports found that some fluoride containing dentifrices do not release effective concentrations of fluoride during brushing. Failure to release fluoride can be due to dentifrice matrix components that interfere with the solubilization o ...

5. Characterization of polydopamine thin films deposited at short times by the autoxidation of dopamine
Topic: Biomaterials
Published: 7/9/2013
Author: Rebecca A Zangmeister
Abstract: Current interest in melanin films derived from the autoxidation of dopamine stems from their use as a universal adhesion layer. Here we report chemical and physical characterization of polydopamine films deposited on gold surfaces from stirred basic ...

6. Combinatorial Cassette for Screening of Osteogenesis by Transplanted Human Bone Marrow Stromal Cells
Topic: Biomaterials
Published: 4/19/2014
Authors: Subhadip Bodhak, Sheng Lin-Gibson, Carl George Simon Jr., Luis Fernandez de Castro Diaz, Pamela Gehron Robey, Sergei A Kuznetsov, Tina Kilts, Marian F. Young
Abstract: The use of in vivo transplantation assays under defined experimental conditions has become a valuable standard for evaluating osteogenic potential of different stem cell populations and is the subject of ongoing pre-clinical reconstructive therapy re ...

7. Combinatorial Screening of Hydrogels for 3-D Cell Culture: Osteoblasts in Stiffness Gradients Yield Graded Tissues
Topic: Biomaterials
Published: 7/1/2010
Authors: Kaushik Chatterjee, Sheng Lin-Gibson, William E Wallace III, Marian F Young, Carl George Simon Jr.
Abstract: A combinatorial library approach was used to demonstrate that hydrogel scaffold modulus can enhance osteoblast differentiation driving formation of a 3-D graded tissue construct. Though many previous studies have focused on screening cell-material i ...

8. Combinatorial Screening of Osteoblast Response to 3D Nano-Composite Tissue Scaffolds Using Gradients and Arrays
Topic: Biomaterials
Published: 4/24/2011
Authors: Carl George Simon Jr., Kaushik Chatterjee, Limin Sun, Laurence Chung Lung Chow, Marian F Young
Abstract: Current methods for combinatorial and high-throughput (CHT) screening of cell-material interactions utilize a two-dimensional (2D) format where cells are presented on flat materials surfaces [1]. However, cell response in 3D scaffolds is more represe ...

9. Concentration Dependent Neural Differentiation and Neurite Extension from mouse ESC on Primary Amine-derivatized Surfaces
Topic: Biomaterials
Published: 2/27/2013
Authors: Laura A Smith Callahan, Yanrui Ma, Christopher M Stafford, Matthew L Becker
Abstract: We demonstrate a versatile, well controlled, and highly reproducible surface density gradient fabrication strategy that allows for precise control over surface functionality and slope. Our approach involves of a novel ,vacuum awayŠ channel confinemen ...

10. Effect of 3D Hydrogel Scaffold Stiffness on Human Bone Marrow Stromal Cell Differentiation
Topic: Biomaterials
Published: 11/1/2010
Authors: Carl George Simon Jr., Sapun Parekh, Marcus T Cicerone, Sheng Lin-Gibson, Kaushik Chatterjee, Marian F Young
Abstract: There is growing recognition cells can sense and respond to the mechanical properties of tissue scaffolds and that these interactions are critical in optimizing scaffold design [1-4]. Previous studies in planar 2D culture format have shown that human ...

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