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Proteolytic actuation of nanoparticle self-assembly.
Nanoparticle self-assembly gated by logical proteolytic triggers.
Assessment of hepatocellular function within PEG hydrogels.
Engineering tissues for in vitro applications.
Degradable hydrogels derived from PEG-diacrylamide for hepatic tissue engineering.
Targeted quantum dot conjugates for siRNA delivery.
Engineering protein and cell adhesivity using PEO-terminated triblock polymers.
Polymer replicas of photonic porous silicon for sensing and drug delivery applications.
Nanocrystal targeting in vivo.
Comparison of Modular PEG Incorporation Strategies for Stabilization of Peptide-siRNA Nanocomplexes.
Photo- and electropatterning of hydrogel-encapsulated living cell arrays.
Microscale control of cell contact and spacing via three-component surface patterning.
Computationally guided photothermal tumor therapy using long-circulating gold nanorod antennas.
In situ expansion of engineered human liver tissue in a mouse model of chronic liver disease.
DNA-templated assembly of droplet-derived PEG microtissues.
Multiplexed, high-throughput analysis of 3D microtissue suspensions.
Self-titrating anticoagulant nanocomplexes that restore homeostatic regulation of the coagulation cascade.
Micropatterned cell-cell interactions enable functional encapsulation of primary hepatocytes in hydrogel microtissues.
iRGD-guided Tumor-penetrating Nanocomplexes for Therapeutic siRNA Delivery to Pancreatic Cancer.