Star Biomaterials

Papers

Fukano Y, Usui ML, Underwood RA, Isenhath S, Marshall AJ, Hauch KD, Ratner BD, Olerud JE, Fleckman P. Epidermal and Dermal Integration into Sphere-Templated Porous Poly (2-Hydroxyethyl Methacrylate) Implants in Mice. J Biomed Mater Res, Published Electornically, Apr, 2010.

Ratner BD, Atzet S, Barbucci R, ed. Hydrogels for Healing. Springer-Verlag, Milan, 43-51, 2009.

Osathanon T, Linnes ML, Rajachar RM, Ratner BD, Somerman MJ, Giachelli CM. Microporous Nanofibrous Fibrin-based Scaffolds for Bone Tissue Engineering. Biomaterials, 29(30) 4091-9, 2008.

Ratner BD, Tooley MH, et al. Biomedical Engineering Desk Reference. London: Academic, 2008.

Bryers JD. Medical Biofilms. Biotechnology and Bioengineering, 100(1): 1-18, 2008.

Bhrany AD, Lien CJ, Beckstead BL, Futran ND, Muni NH, Giachelli CM, Ratner BD. Crosslinking of an Oesophagus Acellular Matrix Tissue Scaffold. J. Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine, 2(6) 365-372, 2008.

Mortisen DJ. Scaffolds as Functional Templates for Cardiac Tissue Engineering. PhD Dissertation, University of Washington: 2008.

Fleckman P, Olerud J. Models for the Histologic Study of the Skin Interface with Percutaneous Biomaterials. Biomed. Mater, 3(3):034006 (6pp), 2008.

Ratner BD. A Paradigm Shift: Biomaterials that Heal. Polymer International, 56(10): 1183-1185, 2007.

Linnes MP, Ratner BD, Giachelli CM. A Fibrinogen-Based Precision Microporous Scaffold for Tssue Engineering. Biomaterials, 28(35): 5298-5306, 2007.

Bryant SJ, Cuy JL, Hauch KD, Ratner BD. Photo-patterning of Porous Hydrogels for Tissue Engineering. Biomaterials, 28(19): 2978-86, 2007.

Isenhath SN, Fukano Y, Usui ML, Underwood RA, Irvin CA, Marshall AJ, Hauch KD, Ratner BD, Fleckman P, Olerud JE. A Mouse Model to Evaluate the Interface between Skin and a Percutaneous Device. J Biomed Mater Res, 83A: 915–922, 2007.

Atala A, Bauer SB, Soker S, Yoo JJ, Retik AB. Tissue-engineered Autologous Bladders for Patients Needing Cystoplasty. The Lancet, 367, 9518, Apr 15-Apr 21, 2006.

Bhrany AD, Beckstead BL, Lang TC, Farwell DG, Giachelli CM, Ratner BD.Development of an Esophagus Acellular Matrix Tissue Scaffold. Tissue Engineering, 12(2): 319-30, 2006.

Fukano Y, et al. Characterization of an In Vitro Model for Evaluating the Interface Between Skin and Percutaneous Biomaterials. Wound Repair and Regeneration, 14, 484-491, 2006.

Beckstead BL, Pan S, Bhrany AD, Bratt-Leal AM, Ratner BD, Giachelli CM. Esophageal Epithelial Cell Interaction with Synthetic and Natural Scaffolds for Tissue Engineering. Biomaterials 26, 6217-6228, 2005.

Marshall, AJ and Ratner BD, Quantitative Characterization of Sphere-Templated Porous Biomaterials. AIChE Journal, 51(4): 1221-1232, 2005.

Knowles NG et al. A Model for Studying Epithelial Attachment and Morphology at the Interface Between Skin and Percutaneous Devices. Journal of Biomedical Materials Research A. 74(3):482-8, 2005.

Marshall AJ. Porous Hydrogels with Well-Defined Pore Structure for Biomaterials Applications. PhD Dissertation, University of Washington: 2004.

Ratner BD, Bryant SJ. Biomaterials: Where We Have Been and Where We are Going. Annual Reviews of Biomedical Engineering, 6, 41-75 2004.

Marshall, AJ, Irvin CA, Barker T, Sage, KD, Hauch EH, Ratner BD. Biomaterials with Tightly Controlled Pore Size that Promote Vascular In-Growth. ACS Polymer Preprints, 45(2): 100-101, 2004.

Safdar N, Kluger DM, Maki DG. A Review of Risk Factors for Catheter-Related Bloodstream Infection Caused by Percutaneously Inserted, Noncuffed Central Venous Catheters. Implications for Preventive Strategies. Medicine, 81: 466-79, 2002.


Short Presentations and Abstracts

Kanayama K, Yoshimatsu T, Garty S, Kim BY, Ratner BD, Wong RO, Shen TT. Imaging the Dynamics of Corneal Epithelial Cell-Polymer Integration Using Multiphoton Microscopy. Association for Research in Vision and Opthalmology (ARVO) Annual Meeting. Fort Lauderdale, FL, May, 2010.

Fleckman P, Underwood R, Usui M, Zhao G, Marshall AJ, Maginness M, Glaister C, Ratner BD, Olerud J. Cutaneous Response to Long Term Percutaneous Porous/Solid Biomaterial Implants in a Mouse Model. Society for Investigative Dermatology Annual Meeting. Atlanta, GA, May, 2010.

Marshall AJ, Garty S, Kanayama S, Shen TT, Ratner BD, Woods C, Maginness MG. Sphere Templated Angiogenic Regeneration (STAR®) for Ophthalmic Applications. Society for Biomaterials Annual Meeting. Seattle, WA, April 2010.

Long TJ, Sprenger CCT, Stephen R. Plymate SR, Ratner BD. Sphere-Templated Hydrogels for 3D Observation of Prostate Cancer Cell Growth and Tumor Formation. Society for Biomaterials Annual Meeting. Seattle, WA, April 2010.

López EA, Simonovsky FI, Bassuk JA, Ratner BD. Biodegradable Spherical Porous Polyurethane Scaffold for Urinary Bladder Tissue Engineering. Society for Biomaterials Annual Meeting. Seattle, WA, April 2010.

Ratner BD. Healing and Regeneration Moves the Biointerface into Three Dimensions. Materials Research Society Fall Meeting. Boston, MA, November 2009.

Marshall AJ, Maginness, MG, Metter RB, Burdick JA. Sphere Templated Angiogenic Regeneration (STAR®) Scaffolds from Crosslinked Hyaluronic Acid. 2nd World Congress of the Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine International Society (TERMIS). Seoul, Korea, August 2009.

Marshall AJ. Glaister CL, Maginness, MG. Injectable Sphere Templated Angiogenic Regeneration (STAR®) Scaffolds. 2nd World Congress of the Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine International Society (TERMIS). Seoul, Korea, August 2009.

Marshall AJ, Maginness MG, Glaister CL, Woods C, Metter RB, Burdick JA. Sphere Templated Angiogenic Regeneration (STAR®) Scaffolds for Device Biointegration and Wound Repair. Polymers in Medicine and Biology, Santa Rosa, CA, June 2009.

Marshall AJ, Maginness MG, Sphere Templated Angiogenic Regeneration (STAR) Biomaterial for Reducing Infection Associated with Percutaneous Devices. Society for Biomaterials Annual Meeting, San Antonio, TX, April 2009.

Tavakkol Z, Marshall AJ, Fleckman P, Ratner BD, Olerud J. Porous Silicone: A Promising Material for Sealing the Skin-Biomaterial Interface. Journal Invest Dermatol, 127 (S1):S37, 2007.

Marshall AJ et al. Controlled Pore Size: A Promising Path to Long-Term Implantable Glucose Sensors. Vascular Matrix Biology and Vascular Engineering Workshop, Whistler, BC, March 2007.

Miyashita Y, Isenhath SN, Usui ML, Underwood RA, Hauch KD, Irvin CA, Marshall AJ, Ratner BD, Fleckman P, Olerud JE. Skin Cell Attachment to an Implanted Percutaneous Biomaterial: A Mouse Model. Wound Rep and Reg, 13(2):A6, 2005.

Miyashita Y, Usui ML, Underwood RA, Hauch KD, Marshall AJ, Ratner BD, Fleckman P, Olerud JE. Effects of Surface Modification and Pore Size of Poly (2-hydroxyethyl methacrylate) on Cutaneous Cell Adhesion and Biointegration. Society for Investigative Dermatology, #194, May 2005.

Isenhath SN, Usui ML, Underwood RA, Miyashita Y, Irvin CA, Ciridon WA, Hauch KD, Fleckman PH, Ratner BD, Olerud JE. Skin Cell Attachment to an Implanted Transcutaneous Biomaterial: A Mouse Model. J Invest Dermatol, 122(3):A37, 2004.

Miyashita Y, Knowles NG, Usui ML, Underwood RA, Hauch KD, Marshall AJ, Ratner BD, Giachelli CM, Carter WG, Olerud JE: Keratinocyte Biointegration to Poly (2 hydroxyethyl methacrylate) (pHEMA) Implants. J Invest Dermatol, 121(1):#260, 2003.

Miyashita Y, Knowles NG, Usui ML, Hauch KD, Ciridon WA, Carter WG, Olerud JE. A Systematic Study of Percutaneous Biomaterial Interfaces. Wound Healing Society Meeting, May 2002.

Knowles NG, Usui ML, Gibran NS, Ratner BD, Hauch KD, Olerud JE. A Model for Studying Keratinocyte Morphology and Attachment at the Interface between Skin and Percutaneous Devices. J Invest Dermatol, 117(2):418, 2001.