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J. B. Jackson, Westcott, S. L., Hirsch, L. R., West, J. L., and Halas, N., Controlling the surface enhanced Raman effect via the nanoshell geometry, Applied Physics Letters, vol. 82, no. 2, p. 257, 2003.
W. D. James, Hirsch, L. R., West, J. L., O’Neal, P. D., and Payne, J. D., Application of INAA to the build-up and clearance of gold nanoshells in clinical studies in mice, Journal of Radioanalytical and Nuclear Chemistry, vol. 271, no. 2, pp. 455 - 459, 2007.PDF icon Application of INAA to the build-up and clearance of gold nanoshells in clinical studies in mice.pdf (214.89 KB)
H. - W. Jun and West, J. L., Endothelialization of Microporous YIGSR/PEG-Modified Polyurethaneurea, Tissue Engineering, vol. 11, no. 7-8, pp. 1133 - 1140, 2005.PDF icon Endothelialization of microporous YIGSR PEG-modified polyurethaneurea.pdf (345.89 KB)
H. - W. Jun and West, J. L., Development of a YIGSR-peptide-modified polyurethaneurea to enhance endothelialization, Journal of Biomaterials Science, Polymer Edition, vol. 15, no. 1, pp. 73 - 94, 2004.PDF icon Development of a YIGSR-peptide-modified polyurethaneurea to enhance endothelialization.pdf (481.33 KB)
H. - W. Jun and West, J. L., Modification of polyurethaneurea with PEG and YIGSR peptide to enhance endothelialization without platelet adhesion, Journal of Biomedical Materials Research, vol. 72B, no. 1, pp. 131 - 139, 2004.PDF icon Modification of polyurethaneurea with PEG and YIGSR peptide to enhance endothelialization without platelet adhesion.pdf (398.5 KB)
H. - W. Jun, Taite, L. J., and West, J. L., Nitric Oxide-Producing Polyurethanes, Biomacromolecules, vol. 6, no. 2, pp. 838 - 844, 2005.PDF icon Nitric Oxide-Producing Polyurethanes.pdf (221.47 KB)
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K. V. Larin, Syed, S. H., Coughlin, A. J., Wang, S., West, J. L., Dickinson, M. E., and Larina, I. V., SPIE Proceedings: OCT guided microinjections for mouse embryonic research, in SPIE BiOSOptical Methods in Developmental Biology, San Francisco, California, USA, 2013, vol. 8593, p. 85930E - 85930E-4.PDF icon OCT guided microinjections for mouse embryonic research .pdf (506.38 KB)
Y. - K. I. Lau, Gobin, A. M., and West, J. L., Overexpression of Lysyl Oxidase to Increase Matrix Crosslinking and Improve Tissue Strength in Dermal Wound Healing, Annals of Biomedical Engineering, vol. 34, no. 8, pp. 1239 - 1246, 2006.PDF icon Overexpression of lysyl oxidase to increase matrix crosslinking and improve tissue strength in dermal wound healing.pdf (714.54 KB)
Z. W. W. Lazard, Heggeness, M. H., Hipp, J. A., Sonnet, C., Fuentes, A. S., Nistal, R. P., Davis, A. R., Olabisi, R. M., West, J. L., and Olmsted-Davis, E. A., Cell-based gene therapy for repair of critical size defects in the rat fibula, Journal of Cellular Biochemistry, vol. 112, no. 6, pp. 1563 - 1571, 2011.PDF icon Cell-Based Gene Therapy for Repair of Critical Size Defects in the Rat Fibula.pdf (1002.2 KB)
S. - H. Lee, Moon, J. J., Miller, J. S., and West, J. L., Poly(ethylene glycol) hydrogels conjugated with a collagenase-sensitive fluorogenic substrate to visualize collagenase activity during three-dimensional cell migration, Biomaterials, vol. 28, no. 20, pp. 3163 - 3170, 2007.PDF icon Polyethylene glycol hydrogels conjugated with a collagenase-sensitive fluorogenic substrate to visualize collagenase activity during three-dimensional cell migration.pdf (563.82 KB)
S. - H. Lee, Moon, J. J., and West, J. L., Three-dimensional micropatterning of bioactive hydrogels via two-photon laser scanning photolithography for guided 3D cell migration, Biomaterials, vol. 29, no. 20, pp. 2962 - 2968, 2008.PDF icon Three-dimensional micropatterning of bioactive hydrogels via two-photon laser scanning photolithography for guided 3D cell migration.pdf (769.81 KB)
S. - H. Lee, Miller, J. S., Moon, J. J., and West, J. L., Proteolytically Degradable Hydrogels with a Fluorogenic Substrate for Studies of Cellular Proteolytic Activity and Migration, Biotechnology Progress, vol. 21, no. 6, pp. 1736 - 1741, 2005.PDF icon Proteolytically degradable hydrogels with a fluorogenic substrate for studies of cellular proteolytic activity and migration.pdf (405.41 KB)
J. E. Leslie-Barbick, Saik, J. E., Gould, D. J., Dickinson, M. E., and West, J. L., The promotion of microvasculature formation in poly(ethylene glycol) diacrylate hydrogels by an immobilized VEGF-mimetic peptide, Biomaterials, vol. 32, no. 25, pp. 5782 - 5789, 2011.PDF icon The promotion of microvasculature formation in poly(ethylene glycol) diacrylate hydrogels by an immobilized VEGF-mimetic peptide.pdf (1.13 MB)

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