Fariba Dehghani
Fariba Dehghani
Professor of Chemical Engineering, The University of Sydney
Verified email at sydney.edu.au
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Controlling the porosity and microarchitecture of hydrogels for tissue engineering
N Annabi, JW Nichol, X Zhong, C Ji, S Koshy, A Khademhosseini, ...
Tissue Engineering Part B: Reviews 16 (4), 371-383, 2010
8482010
Electrospun scaffolds for tissue engineering of vascular grafts
A Hasan, A Memic, N Annabi, M Hossain, A Paul, MR Dokmeci, ...
Acta biomaterialia 10 (1), 11-25, 2014
6012014
Bacterial inactivation by using near-and supercritical carbon dioxide
AK Dillow, F Dehghani, JS Hrkach, NR Foster, R Langer
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 96 (18), 10344-10348, 1999
3671999
Micronization by rapid expansion of supercritical solutions to enhance the dissolution rates of poorly water-soluble pharmaceuticals
M Charoenchaitrakool, F Dehghani, NR Foster, HK Chan
Industrial & engineering chemistry research 39 (12), 4794-4802, 2000
2962000
Biomedical applications of biodegradable polyesters
I Manavitehrani, A Fathi, H Badr, S Daly, A Negahi Shirazi, F Dehghani
Polymers 8 (1), 20, 2016
2222016
Conventional and dense gas techniques for the production of liposomes: a review
LA Meure, NR Foster, F Dehghani
Aaps Pharmscitech 9 (3), 798-809, 2008
2132008
Utilization of supercritical carbon dioxide for complex formation of ibuprofen and methyl-β-cyclodextrin
M Charoenchaitrakool, F Dehghani, NR Foster
International journal of pharmaceutics 239 (1-2), 103-112, 2002
1772002
Fabrication of porous chitosan scaffolds for soft tissue engineering using dense gas CO2
C Ji, N Annabi, A Khademhosseini, F Dehghani
Acta Biomaterialia 7 (4), 1653-1664, 2011
1732011
Extraction of antioxidants from winery wastes using subcritical water
B Aliakbarian, A Fathi, P Perego, F Dehghani
The Journal of Supercritical Fluids 65, 18-24, 2012
1722012
Engineering porous scaffolds using gas-based techniques
F Dehghani, N Annabi
Current opinion in biotechnology 22 (5), 661-666, 2011
1602011
Synthesis of highly porous crosslinked elastin hydrogels and their interaction with fibroblasts in vitro
N Annabi, SM Mithieux, EA Boughton, AJ Ruys, AS Weiss, F Dehghani
Biomaterials 30 (27), 4550-4557, 2009
1582009
Current issues relating to anti-solvent micronisation techniques and their extension to industrial scales
R Thiering, F Dehghani, NR Foster
The Journal of Supercritical Fluids 21 (2), 159-177, 2001
1562001
Micronisation and microencapsulation of pharmaceuticals using a carbon dioxide antisolvent
LS Tu, F Dehghani, NR Foster
Powder Technology 126 (2), 134-149, 2002
1522002
Enhancing cell penetration and proliferation in chitosan hydrogels for tissue engineering applications
C Ji, A Khademhosseini, F Dehghani
Biomaterials 32 (36), 9719-9729, 2011
1442011
Inactivation of bacteria and spores by pulse electric field and high pressure CO2 at low temperature
S Spilimbergo, F Dehghani, A Bertucco, NR Foster
Biotechnology and bioengineering 82 (1), 118-125, 2003
1412003
Processing pharmaceutical compounds using dense gas technology
N Foster, R Mammucari, F Dehghani, A Barrett, K Bezanehtak, E Coen, ...
Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research 42 (25), 6476-6493, 2003
1402003
Vapor− Liquid equilibrium for binary systems of carbon dioxide+ methanol, hydrogen+ methanol, and hydrogen+ carbon dioxide at high pressures
K Bezanehtak, GB Combes, F Dehghani, NR Foster, DL Tomasko
Journal of Chemical & Engineering Data 47 (2), 161-168, 2002
1322002
Generation of micro-particles of proteins for aerosol delivery using high pressure modified carbon dioxide
RT Bustami, HK Chan, F Dehghani, NR Foster
Pharmaceutical research 17 (11), 1360-1366, 2000
1202000
The fabrication of elastin-based hydrogels using high pressure CO2
N Annabi, SM Mithieux, AS Weiss, F Dehghani
Biomaterials 30 (1), 1-7, 2009
1162009
Cross-linked open-pore elastic hydrogels based on tropoelastin, elastin and high pressure CO2
N Annabi, SM Mithieux, AS Weiss, F Dehghani
Biomaterials 31 (7), 1655-1665, 2010
1102010
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