Elie Zakhem
Elie Zakhem
Wake Forest School of Medicine
Verified email at wakehealth.edu
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Chitosan-based scaffolds for the support of smooth muscle constructs in intestinal tissue engineering
E Zakhem, S Raghavan, RR Gilmont, KN Bitar
Biomaterials 33 (19), 4810-4817, 2012
902012
Tissue engineering in the gut: developments in neuromusculature
KN Bitar, S Raghavan, E Zakhem
Gastroenterology 146 (7), 1614-1624, 2014
402014
Design strategies of biodegradable scaffolds for tissue regeneration
KN Bitar, E Zakhem
Biomedical engineering and computational biology 6, BECB. S10961, 2014
372014
Bioengineering the gut: future prospects of regenerative medicine
KN Bitar, E Zakhem
Nature Reviews Gastroenterology & Hepatology 13 (9), 543-556, 2016
302016
Neo-innervation of a bioengineered intestinal smooth muscle construct around chitosan scaffold
E Zakhem, S Raghavan, KN Bitar
Biomaterials 35 (6), 1882-1889, 2014
302014
Development of chitosan scaffolds with enhanced mechanical properties for intestinal tissue engineering applications
E Zakhem, KN Bitar
Journal of functional biomaterials 6 (4), 999-1011, 2015
222015
Tissue engineering and regenerative medicine as applied to the gastrointestinal tract
KN Bitar, E Zakhem
Current opinion in biotechnology 24 (5), 909-915, 2013
212013
Bioengineered human pyloric sphincters using autologous smooth muscle and neural progenitor cells
SL Rego, E Zakhem, G Orlando, KN Bitar
Tissue Engineering Part A 22 (1-2), 151-160, 2016
192016
Bioengineering functional human sphincteric and non-sphincteric gastrointestinal smooth muscle constructs
SL Rego, E Zakhem, G Orlando, KN Bitar
Methods 99, 128-134, 2016
172016
Successful implantation of an engineered tubular neuromuscular tissue composed of human cells and chitosan scaffold
E Zakhem, M Elbahrawy, G Orlando, KN Bitar
Surgery 158 (6), 1598-1608, 2015
162015
The appendix as a viable source of neural progenitor cells to functionally innervate bioengineered gastrointestinal smooth muscle tissues
E Zakhem, SL Rego, S Raghavan, KN Bitar
Stem cells translational medicine 4 (6), 548-554, 2015
132015
Successful treatment of passive fecal incontinence in an animal model using engineered biosphincters: A 3‐month follow‐up study
JL Bohl, E Zakhem, KN Bitar
Stem cells translational medicine 6 (9), 1795-1802, 2017
112017
Enteric neural differentiation in innervated, physiologically functional, smooth muscle constructs is modulated by bone morphogenic protein 2 secreted by sphincteric smooth …
SL Rego, S Raghavan, E Zakhem, KN Bitar
Journal of tissue engineering and regenerative medicine 11 (4), 1251-1261, 2017
102017
Biomechanical properties of an implanted engineered tubular gut‐sphincter complex
E Zakhem, M El Bahrawy, G Orlando, KN Bitar
Journal of tissue engineering and regenerative medicine 11 (12), 3398-3407, 2017
72017
Transplantation of a human tissue-engineered bowel in an athymic rat model
E Zakhem, R Tamburrini, G Orlando, KL Koch, KN Bitar
Tissue Engineering Part C: Methods 23 (11), 652-660, 2017
72017
Is bioengineering a possibility in gastrointestinal disorders?
KN Bitar, E Zakhem
Expert review of gastroenterology & hepatology 9 (12), 1463-1465, 2015
32015
600 in situ implantation of autologous Biosphincter™ re-instates continence in a large animal model of passive fecal incontinence
KN Bitar, J Bohl, JE Fortunato, S Somara, S Raghavan, E Zakhem, ...
Gastroenterology 148 (4), S-117, 2015
32015
BioSphincters to treat fecal incontinence in nonhuman primates
P Dadhich, JL Bohl, R Tamburrini, E Zakhem, C Scott, N Kock, E Mitchell, ...
Scientific reports 9 (1), 1-11, 2019
22019
Therapeutic potential of lab-grown autologous BioSphincters for the treatment of fecal incontinence in a long-term pre-clinical study
E Zakhem, JL Bohl, R Tamburrini
Adv. Res. Gastroenterol. Hepatol 12, 555845, 2019
22019
2017 TERMIS-Americas Conference & Exhibition Charlotte, NC December 3–6, 2017
CP Jackman, S Heo, N Bursac, BW Walker, CH Yu, ES Sani, W Kimball, ...
Tissue Engineering Part A 23 (S1), S-1-S-159, 2017
22017
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