Ram Sharma
Ram Sharma
Lecturer (Assistant Professor) in Biomedical Engineering, Department of Chemical Engineering
Verified email at bath.ac.uk
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The extracellular matrix: structure, composition, age-related differences, tools for analysis and applications for tissue engineering
JK Kular, S Basu, RI Sharma
Journal of tissue engineering 5, 2041731414557112, 2014
Biochemical and biomechanical gradients for directed bone marrow stromal cell differentiation toward tendon and bone
RI Sharma, JG Snedeker
Biomaterials 31 (30), 7695-7704, 2010
Surface modified cellulose scaffolds for tissue engineering
JC Courtenay, MA Johns, F Galembeck, C Deneke, EM Lanzoni, ...
Cellulose 24 (1), 253-267, 2017
Paracrine interactions between mesenchymal stem cells affect substrate driven differentiation toward tendon and bone phenotypes
RI Sharma, JG Snedeker
PloS one 7 (2), e31504, 2012
Recent advances in modified cellulose for tissue culture applications
JC Courtenay, RI Sharma, JL Scott
Molecules 23 (3), 654, 2018
A novel method for assessing adherent single-cell stiffness in tension: design and testing of a substrate-based live cell functional imaging device
G Bartalena, R Grieder, RI Sharma, T Zambelli, R Muff, JG Snedeker
Biomedical microdevices 13 (2), 291-301, 2011
Bioactive polyacrylamide hydrogels with gradients in mechanical stiffness
VEG Diederich, P Studer, A Kern, M Lattuada, G Storti, RI Sharma, ...
Biotechnology and bioengineering 110 (5), 1508-1519, 2013
Albumin-derived nanocarriers: substrates for enhanced cell adhesive ligand display and cell motility
RI Sharma, M Pereira, JE Schwarzbauer, PV Moghe
Biomaterials 27 (19), 3589-3598, 2006
Poly (ethylene glycol) enhances cell motility on protein‐based poly (ethylene glycol)‐polycarbonate substrates: A mechanism for cell‐guided ligand remodeling
RI Sharma, J Kohn, PV Moghe
Journal of Biomedical Materials Research Part A: An Official Journal of The …, 2004
CO 2-Driven stereochemical inversion of sugars to create thymidine-based polycarbonates by ring-opening polymerisation
GL Gregory, EM Hierons, G Kociok-Köhn, RI Sharma, A Buchard
Polymer Chemistry 8 (10), 1714-1721, 2017
Modulating cell response on cellulose surfaces; tunable attachment and scaffold mechanics
JC Courtenay, C Deneke, EM Lanzoni, CA Costa, Y Bae, JL Scott, ...
Cellulose 25 (2), 925-940, 2018
On the subtle tuneability of cellulose hydrogels: implications for binding of biomolecules demonstrated for CBM 1
MA Johns, A Bernardes, ER De Azevêdo, FEG Guimarães, JP Lowe, ...
Journal of Materials Chemistry B 5 (21), 3879-3887, 2017
Engineered cell-adhesive nanoparticles nucleate extracellular matrix assembly
M Pereira, RI Sharma, R Penkala, TA Gentzel, JE Schwarzbauer, ...
Tissue Engineering 13 (3), 567-578, 2007
Predicting ligand-free cell attachment on next-generation cellulose–chitosan hydrogels
MA Johns, Y Bae, FEG Guimarães, EM Lanzoni, CAR Costa, PM Murray, ...
ACS omega 3 (1), 937-945, 2018
Nanoscale variation of bioadhesive substrates as a tool for engineering of cell matrix assembly
RI Sharma, DI Shreiber, PV Moghe
Tissue Engineering Part A 14 (7), 1237-1250, 2008
Nanomaterials can dynamically steer cell responses to biological ligands
RI Sharma, JE Schwarzbauer, PV Moghe
Small 7 (2), 242-251, 2011
Mechanically robust cationic cellulose nanofibril 3D scaffolds with tuneable biomimetic porosity for cell culture
JC Courtenay, JG Filgueiras, ER Deazevedo, Y Jin, KJ Edler, RI Sharma, ...
Journal of Materials Chemistry B 7 (1), 53-64, 2019
Identification of Natural Materials for Tissue Engineering
JC OBrien, R Sharma, J Scott
Enabling Healthcare Technologies: Synthesis, Biomaterials and Sensing, 2015
Extracellular matrix production from nanoscale substrate
PV Moghe, R Sharma, MP Guelakis
US Patent 8,715,718, 2014
Extracellular-matrix tethering regulates differentiation of tenocytes into myofibroblasts and TGF-β1 is necessary to facilitate contraction.
JA Cadby, C Godbout, R Sharma, PR Van Weeren, JG Snedeker
Can we improve tendon healing in the horse?, 109, 2013
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