Mast Cell-Biomaterial Interactions and Tissue Repair
TISSUE ENGINEERING PART B-REVIEWS.
By: E. Ozpinar, A. Frey, G. Cruse & D. Freytes
2021 journal article
Transcriptome-targeted analysis of human peripheral blood-derived macrophages when cultured on biomaterial meshes
BIOMEDICAL MATERIALS, 16(2).
By: C. Mora-Navarro, E. Ozpinar, D. Sze, D. Martin & D. Freytes
2020 journal article
An off-the-shelf artificial cardiac patch improves cardiac repair after myocardial infarction in rats and pigs
Science Translational Medicine, 12(538), eaat9683.
By: K. Huang, E. Ozpinar, T. Su, J. Tang, D. Shen, L. Qiao, S. Hu, Z. Li ...and 5 other authors, H. Liang, K. Mathews, V. Scharf, D. Freytes & K. Cheng
Dermal Extracellular Matrix-Derived Hydrogels as an In Vitro Substrate to Study Mast Cell Maturation
Tissue Engineering Part A.
TISSUE ENGINEERING PART A.
By: E. Ozpinar, A. Frey, G. Arthur, C. Mora-Navarro, A. Biehl, D. Snider, G. Cruse, D. Freytes
Fast Automated Approach for the Derivation of Acellular Extracellular Matrix Scaffolds from Porcine Soft Tissues
ACS Biomaterials Science & Engineering, 6(7), 4200–4213.
By: A. Badileanu, C. Mora-Navarro, A. Martins, M. Garcia, D. Sze, E. Ozpinar, L. Gaffney, J. Enders, R. Branski, D. Freytes
Tissue Engineering Part B: Reviews.
Porcine Vocal Fold Lamina Propria-Derived Biomaterials Modulate TGF-β1-Mediated Fibroblast Activation in Vitro
ACS Biomaterials Science & Engineering, 6(3), 1690–1703.
By: C. Mora-Navarro, A. Badileanu, A. Martins, E. Ozpinar, L. Gaffney, I. Huntress, E. Harrell, J. Enders ...and 3 other authors, X. Peng, R. Branski & D. Freytes
2019 journal article
Effects of polarized macrophages on the in vitro gene expression after Co-Culture of human pluripotent stem cell-derived cardiomyocytes
Journal of Immunology and Regenerative Medicine.
2018 journal article
Mesenchymal Stem Cell/Red Blood Cell-Inspired Nanoparticle Therapy in Mice with Carbon Tetrachloride-Induced Acute Liver Failure
ACS Nano, 12(7), 6536–6544.
By: H. Liang, K. Huang, T. Su, Z. Li, S. Hu, P. Dinh, E. Wrona, C. Shao ...and 12 other authors, L. Qiao, A. Vandergriff, M. Hensley, J. Cores, T. Allen, H. Zhang, Q. Zeng, J. Xing, D. Freytes, D. Shen, Z. Yu, K. Cheng
Potential Synergistic Effects of Stem Cells and Extracellular Matrix Scaffolds
ACS Biomaterials Science and Engineering, 4(4), 1208–1222.
By: L. Gaffney, E. Ozpinar & D. Freytes
2017 journal article
BMP protein-mediated crosstalk between inflammatory cells and human pluripotent stem cell-derived cardiomyocytes
Journal of Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine, 11(5), 1466–1478.
By: I. Pallotta, B. Sun, E. Wrona & D. Freytes
Macrophages' role in tissue disease and regeneration
Macrophages: Origin, Functions and Biointervention, 62, 245–271.
By: L. Gaffney, P. Warren, E. Wrona, M. Fisher & D. Freytes
Macrophages’ role in tissue disease and regeneration
In Results and Problems in Cell Differentiation (Vol. 62, pp. 245–271).
2016 journal article
Derivation and characterization of porcine vocal fold extracellular matrix scaffold
Laryngoscope, 126(4), 928–935.
By: E. Wrona, R. Peng, H. Born, M. Amin, R. Branski & D. Freytes
Differential gene expression in human, murine, and cell line-derived macrophages upon polarization
Experimental Cell Research, 347(1), 1–13.
By: K. Spiller, E. Wrona, S. Romero-Torres, I. Pallotta, P. Graney, C. Witherel, L. Panicker, R. Feldman ...and 4 other authors, A. Urbanska, L. Santambrogio, G. Vunjak-Novakovic & D. Freytes
Extracellular matrix for vocal fold lamina propria replacement: A review
Tissue Engineering - Part B: Reviews, 22(6), 421–429.
By: E. Ozpinar, R. Peng, M. Amin, R. Branski & D. Freytes
Role of mesenchymal stem cells, macrophages, and biomaterials during myocardial repair
In Biomaterials in Regenerative Medicine and the Immune System (pp. 1–15).
By: I. Pallotta, E. Wrona, B. Sun & D. Freytes
Natural cardiac extracellular matrix hydrogels for cultivation of human stem cell-derived cardiomyocytes
In Methods in Molecular Biology (Vol. 1181, pp. 69–81).
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