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Benjamin T. Wilks, Ph.D.

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  1. Wilks BT, Evans EB, Nakhla MN, Morgan JR. Directing fibroblast self-assembly to fabricate highly-aligned, collagen-rich matrices. Acta Biomater. 2018 11; 81:70-79. PMID: 30267883.
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  2. Leary E, Rhee C, Wilks BT, Morgan JR. Quantitative Live-Cell Confocal Imaging of 3D Spheroids in a High-Throughput Format. SLAS Technol. 2018 06; 23(3):231-242. PMID: 29412762.
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  3. Leary E, Rhee C, Wilks B, Morgan JR. Accurate quantitative wide-field fluorescence microscopy of 3-D spheroids. Biotechniques. 2016; 61(5):237-247. PMID: 27839509.
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  4. Susienka MJ, Wilks BT, Morgan JR. Quantifying the kinetics and morphological changes of the fusion of spheroid building blocks. Biofabrication. 2016 10 10; 8(4):045003. PMID: 27721222.
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  5. Schell JY, Wilks BT, Patel M, Franck C, Chalivendra V, Cao X, Shenoy VB, Morgan JR. Harnessing cellular-derived forces in self-assembled microtissues to control the synthesis and alignment of ECM. Biomaterials. 2016 Jan; 77:120-9. PMID: 26610075.
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