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Sequential delivery of vascular endothelial growth factor and sphingosine 1-phosphate for angiogenesis.
Angiogenesis is an organized series of events, beginning with vessel destabilization, followed by endothelial cell re-organization, and ending with vessel maturation. Vascular endothelial growthExpand
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UAV Photogrammetry of Forests as a Vulnerable Process. A Sensitivity Analysis for a Structure from Motion RGB-Image Pipeline
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We show how image overlap and ground sampling distances affect image reconstruction completeness in 2D and 3D. Expand
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The effects of PEG-based surface modification of PDMS microchannels on long-term hemocompatibility.
The current study demonstrates the first surface modification for poly(dimethylsiloxane) (PDMS) microfluidic networks that displays a long shelf life as well as extended hemocompatibility. UncoatedExpand
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Development of Superoxide Dismutase Mimetic Surfaces to Reduce Accumulation of Reactive Oxygen Species for Neural Interfacing Applications.
Despite successful initial recording, neuroinflammatory-mediated oxidative stress products can contribute to microelectrode failure by a variety of mechanisms including: inducing microelectrodeExpand
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In vitro evaluation and in vivo demonstration of a biomimetic, hemocompatible, microfluidic artificial lung.
Despite the promising potential of microfluidic artificial lungs, current designs suffer from short functional lifetimes due to surface chemistry and blood flow patterns that act to reduceExpand
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Inhibition of the cluster of differentiation 14 innate immunity pathway with IAXO-101 improves chronic microelectrode performance.
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We investigate the effect of CD14 inhibition on intracortical microelectrode recording performance and tissue integration. Expand
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Stability of Polyethylene Glycol and Zwitterionic Surface Modifications in PDMS Microfluidic Flow Chambers.
Blood-material interactions are crucial to the lifetime, safety, and overall success of blood contacting devices. Hydrophilic polymer coatings have been employed to improve device lifetime byExpand
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High-throughput in vitro assay to evaluate the cytotoxicity of liberated platinum compounds for stimulating neural electrodes
BACKGROUND It is currently unclear how the platinum (Pt) species released from platinum-containing stimulating electrodes may affect the health of the surrounding tissue. This study develops anExpand
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