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Brent Vernon
Brent Vernon
Associate Professor of Biomedical Engineering, Arizona State University
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Islet encapsulation: strategies to enhance islet cell functions
J Beck, R Angus, B Madsen, D Britt, B Vernon, KT Nguyen
Tissue engineering 13 (3), 589-599, 2007
2392007
Injectable hydrogels
DJ Overstreet, D Dutta, SE Stabenfeldt, BL Vernon
Journal of Polymer Science Part B: Polymer Physics 50 (13), 881-903, 2012
1882012
3D printing for polymer/particle-based processing: A review
W Xu, S Jambhulkar, Y Zhu, D Ravichandran, M Kakarla, B Vernon, ...
Composites Part B: Engineering 223, 109102, 2021
1772021
In-situ injectable physically and chemically gelling NIPAAm-based copolymer system for embolization
BH Lee, B West, R McLemore, C Pauken, BL Vernon
Biomacromolecules 7 (6), 2059-2064, 2006
1402006
Water‐borne, in situ crosslinked biomaterials from phase‐segregated precursors
B Vernon, N Tirelli, T Bächi, D Haldimann, JA Hubbell
Journal of Biomedical Materials Research Part A: An Official Journal of The …, 2003
1272003
Thermoreversible copolymer gels for extracellular matrix4
B Vernon, SW Kim, YH Bae
Journal of Biomedical Materials Research: An Official Journal of The Society …, 2000
1262000
PNIPAAm-based biohybrid injectable hydrogel for cardiac tissue engineering
A Navaei, D Truong, J Heffernan, J Cutts, D Brafman, RW Sirianni, ...
Acta biomaterialia 32, 10-23, 2016
1212016
Corticosterone modulation of reproductive and immune systems trade-offs in female tree lizards: long-term corticosterone manipulations viainjectable gelling material
SS French, R McLemore, B Vernon, GIH Johnston, MC Moore
Journal of Experimental Biology 210 (16), 2859-2865, 2007
1092007
Degradation, cytotoxicity, and biocompatibility of NIPAAm‐based thermosensitive, injectable, and bioresorbable polymer hydrogels
Z Cui, BH Lee, C Pauken, BL Vernon
Journal of Biomedical Materials Research Part A 98 (2), 159-166, 2011
1072011
Simultaneously Physically and Chemically Gelling Polymer System Utilizing a Poly(NIPAAm-co-cysteamine)-Based Copolymer
SA Robb, BH Lee, R McLemore, BL Vernon
Biomacromolecules 8 (7), 2294-2300, 2007
982007
Insulin release from islets of Langerhans entrapped in a poly (N-isopropylacrylamide-co-acrylic acid) polymer gel
B Vernon, SW Kim, YH Bae
Journal of Biomaterials Science, Polymer Edition 10 (2), 183-198, 1999
961999
3D printing‐enabled nanoparticle alignment: a review of mechanisms and applications
W Xu, S Jambhulkar, D Ravichandran, Y Zhu, M Kakarla, Q Nian, ...
Small 17 (45), 2100817, 2021
872021
Bioengineered scaffolds for 3D analysis of glioblastoma proliferation and invasion
JM Heffernan, DJ Overstreet, LD Le, BL Vernon, RW Sirianni
Annals of biomedical engineering 43, 1965-1977, 2015
822015
New hydrolysis-dependent thermosensitive polymer for an injectable degradable system
Z Cui, BH Lee, BL Vernon
Biomacromolecules 8 (4), 1280-1286, 2007
822007
Extracellular matrix for a rechargeable cell delivery system
YH Bae, B Vernon, CK Han, SW Kim
Journal of controlled release 53 (1-3), 249-258, 1998
691998
Local gentamicin delivery from resorbable viscous hydrogels is therapeutically effective
D Overstreet, A McLaren, F Calara, B Vernon, R McLemore
Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research® 473 (1), 337-347, 2015
682015
Thermally reversible polymer gels for biohybrid artificial pancreas
B Vernon, A Gutowska, S Wan Kim, Y Han Bae
Macromolecular symposia 109 (1), 155-167, 1996
651996
Hand-mixed and premixed antibiotic-loaded bone cement have similar homogeneity
AC McLaren, M Nugent, K Economopoulos, H Kaul, BL Vernon, ...
Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research® 467, 1693-1698, 2009
632009
In Situ‐Gelling, Erodible N‐Isopropylacrylamide Copolymers
BH Lee, B Vernon
Macromolecular bioscience 5 (7), 629-635, 2005
552005
Biomaterials formed by nucleophilic addition reaction to conjugated unsaturated groups
JA Hubbell, D Elbert, M Lütolf, A Pratt, R Schoenmakers, N Tirelli, ...
US Patent 7,744,912, 2010
542010
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