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Academic Article Mechanical loading regimes affect the anabolic and catabolic activities by chondrocytes encapsulated in PEG hydrogels.
Academic Article Crosslinking density influences chondrocyte metabolism in dynamically loaded photocrosslinked poly(ethylene glycol) hydrogels.
Concept Cartilage, Articular
Academic Article Determining equilibrium osmolarity in poly(ethylene glycol)/chondrotin sulfate gels mimicking articular cartilage.
Academic Article An enzyme-sensitive PEG hydrogel based on aggrecan catabolism for cartilage tissue engineering.
Grant Engineering Bimodal Degrading Hydrogels
Grant A Hydrogel Model for Interstitial Fluid Flow
Academic Article Current and novel injectable hydrogels to treat focal chondral lesions: Properties and applicability.
Academic Article Indentation mapping revealed poroelastic, but not viscoelastic, properties spanning native zonal articular cartilage.
Academic Article A Stereolithography-Based 3D Printed Hybrid Scaffold for In Situ Cartilage Defect Repair.
Academic Article Assessment and prevention of cartilage degeneration surrounding a focal chondral defect in the porcine model.
Academic Article Mechanobiological Interactions between Dynamic Compressive Loading and Viscoelasticity on Chondrocytes in Hydrazone Covalent Adaptable Networks for Cartilage Tissue Engineering.
Academic Article Particulate ECM biomaterial ink is 3D printed and naturally crosslinked to form structurally-layered and lubricated cartilage tissue mimics.

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