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Academic Article Microfluidic approaches for the fabrication of gradient crosslinked networks based on poly(ethylene glycol) and hyperbranched polymers for manipulation of cell interactions.
Academic Article Advances in bioactive hydrogels to probe and direct cell fate.
Academic Article Controlled polymerization chemistry to graft architectures that influence cell-material interactions.
Academic Article Cell-matrix interactions improve beta-cell survival and insulin secretion in three-dimensional culture.
Academic Article Keratinocyte proximity and contact can play a significant role in determining mesenchymal stem cell fate in human tissue.
Academic Article Cell-cell communication mimicry with poly(ethylene glycol) hydrogels for enhancing beta-cell function.
Academic Article A microwell cell culture platform for the aggregation of pancreatic ?-cells.
Concept Cell Communication
Concept Paracrine Communication
Academic Article Controlled local presentation of matrix proteins in microparticle-laden cell aggregates.
Academic Article The role of valvular endothelial cell paracrine signaling and matrix elasticity on valvular interstitial cell activation.
Academic Article Measuring dynamic cell-material interactions and remodeling during 3D human mesenchymal stem cell migration in hydrogels.
Academic Article Three-Dimensional High-Throughput Cell Encapsulation Platform to Study Changes in Cell-Matrix Interactions.
Grant Bioactive Hydrogel Niches for 3D VIC Culture
Academic Article Secreted Factors From Proinflammatory Macrophages Promote an Osteoblast-Like Phenotype in Valvular Interstitial Cells.
Academic Article Defining the Cardiac Fibroblast Secretome in a Fibrotic Microenvironment.

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