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Three-dimensional printing of high-content graphene scaffolds for electronic and biomedical applications
AE Jakus, EB Secor, AL Rutz, SW Jordan, MC Hersam, RN Shah
ACS nano 9 (4), 4636-4648, 2015
6032015
Supramolecular design of self-assembling nanofibers for cartilage regeneration
RN Shah, NA Shah, MM Del Rosario Lim, C Hsieh, G Nuber, SI Stupp
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 107 (8), 3293-3298, 2010
5282010
A multimaterial bioink method for 3D printing tunable, cell‐compatible hydrogels
AL Rutz, KE Hyland, AE Jakus, WR Burghardt, RN Shah
Advanced Materials 27 (9), 1607-1614, 2015
5102015
A bioprosthetic ovary created using 3D printed microporous scaffolds restores ovarian function in sterilized mice
MM Laronda, AL Rutz, S Xiao, KA Whelan, FE Duncan, EW Roth, ...
Nature communications 8 (1), 1-10, 2017
3742017
Hyperelastic “bone”: A highly versatile, growth factor–free, osteoregenerative, scalable, and surgically friendly biomaterial
AE Jakus, AL Rutz, SW Jordan, A Kannan, SM Mitchell, C Yun, KD Koube, ...
Science translational medicine 8 (358), 358ra127-358ra127, 2016
3182016
Bone regeneration with low dose BMP-2 amplified by biomimetic supramolecular nanofibers within collagen scaffolds
SS Lee, BJ Huang, SR Kaltz, S Sur, CJ Newcomb, SR Stock, RN Shah, ...
Biomaterials 34 (2), 452-459, 2013
2722013
Metallic architectures from 3D‐printed powder‐based liquid inks
AE Jakus, SL Taylor, NR Geisendorfer, DC Dunand, RN Shah
Advanced Functional Materials 25 (45), 6985-6995, 2015
1922015
Advancing the field of 3D biomaterial printing
AE Jakus, AL Rutz, RN Shah
Biomedical Materials 11 (1), 014102, 2016
1822016
Initiation of puberty in mice following decellularized ovary transplant
MM Laronda, AE Jakus, KA Whelan, JA Wertheim, RN Shah, TK Woodruff
Biomaterials 50, 20-29, 2015
1612015
Gel scaffolds of BMP‐2‐binding peptide amphiphile nanofibers for spinal arthrodesis
SS Lee, EL Hsu, M Mendoza, J Ghodasra, MS Nickoli, A Ashtekar, ...
Advanced healthcare materials 4 (1), 131-141, 2015
1562015
Multi and mixed 3 D‐printing of graphene‐hydroxyapatite hybrid materials for complex tissue engineering
AE Jakus, RN Shah
Journal of Biomedical Materials Research Part A 105 (1), 274-283, 2017
1122017
“Tissue Papers” from organ‐specific decellularized extracellular matrices
AE Jakus, MM Laronda, AS Rashedi, CM Robinson, C Lee, SW Jordan, ...
Advanced functional materials 27 (34), 1700992, 2017
1082017
3D-printed gelatin scaffolds of differing pore geometry modulate hepatocyte function and gene expression
PL Lewis, RM Green, RN Shah
Acta biomaterialia 69, 63-70, 2018
1062018
Iron and Nickel Cellular Structures by Sintering of 3D‐Printed Oxide or Metallic Particle Inks
SL Taylor, AE Jakus, RN Shah, DC Dunand
Advanced Engineering Materials 19 (11), 1600365, 2017
1032017
Functional maturation of induced pluripotent stem cell hepatocytes in extracellular matrix—a comparative analysis of bioartificial liver microenvironments
B Wang, AE Jakus, PM Baptista, S Soker, A Soto-Gutierrez, ...
Stem cells translational medicine 5 (9), 1257-1267, 2016
942016
Three-dimensional printing of soy protein scaffolds for tissue regeneration
KB Chien, E Makridakis, RN Shah
Tissue Engineering Part C: Methods 19 (6), 417-426, 2013
932013
Novel soy protein scaffolds for tissue regeneration: Material characterization and interaction with human mesenchymal stem cells
KB Chien, RN Shah
Acta biomaterialia 8 (2), 694-703, 2012
852012
Robust and elastic lunar and martian structures from 3D-printed regolith inks
AE Jakus, KD Koube, NR Geisendorfer, RN Shah
Scientific reports 7 (1), 1-8, 2017
832017
Three-dimensional printing of cytocompatible, thermally conductive hexagonal boron nitride nanocomposites
LM Guiney, ND Mansukhani, AE Jakus, SG Wallace, RN Shah, ...
Nano letters 18 (6), 3488-3493, 2018
812018
3D-printing porosity: A new approach to creating elevated porosity materials and structures
AE Jakus, NR Geisendorfer, PL Lewis, RN Shah
Acta biomaterialia 72, 94-109, 2018
802018
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