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PCL-PLLA semi-IPN shape memory polymers (SMPs): Degradation and mechanical properties

Woodard, L.N.; Page, V.M.; Kmetz, K.T.; Grunlan, M.A.. “PCL-PLLA semi-IPN shape memory polymers (SMPs): Degradation and mechanical properties,” Macromol. Rapid Comm., 2016, 37, 1972-1977.

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Protein resistance efficacy of PEO-silane amphiphiles: Dependence on PEO-segment length and concentration in silicone

Rufin, M.A.; Barry, M.A.; Adair, P.A.; Hawkins, M.L.; Raymond, J.E.; Grunlan, M.A.. “Protein resistance efficacy of PEO-silane amphiphiles: Dependence on PEO-segment length and concentration in silicone,” Acta Biomaterialia, 2016, 41, 247-252.

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Self-cleaning, thermoresponsive P(NIPAAm-co-AMPS) double network membranes for implanted glucose biosensors

Fei, R., Means, A.K., Abraham, A.A.; Locked, A.K.; Coté; G.L.; Grunlan, M.A.. “Self-cleaning, thermoresponsive P(NIPAAm-co-AMPS) double network membranes for implanted glucose biosensors,” Macromol. Mater. Eng., 2016, 301, 935-943.

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Non-toxic, anti-fouling silicones with variable PEO-silane amphiphiles content

Faÿ, F.; Hawkins, M.L.; Réhel, K.; Grunlan, M.A.; Linossier, I. “Non-toxic, anti-fouling silicones with variable PEO-silane amphiphiles content,” Green Mater., 2016, 4, 53-62.

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Evaluation of the osteoinductive capacity of polydopamine-coated poly(ε-caprolactone) diacrylate shape memory foams

Erndt-Marino, J.D.; Munoz-Pinto, D.J.; Samavedi, S.; Jimenez-Vergara, A.C.; Woodard, L.; Zhang, D.; Grunlan, M.A..; Hahn, M.S. “Evaluation of the osteoinductive capacity of polydopamine-coated poly(ε-caprolactone) diacrylate shape memory foams,” ACS Biomat. Sci. Eng., 2015, 1, 1220-1230.

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Fabrication of a bioactive, PCL-based ‘self-fitting’ shape memory polymer scaffold

Nail, L.N.; Zhang, D.; Reinhardt, J.; Grunlan, M.A.. “Fabrication of a bioactive, PCL-based ‘self-fitting’ shape memory polymer scaffold,” J. of Visualized Experiments (JOVE), 2015, 104, e52981.

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Enhancing the protein resistance of silicone via surface-restructuring PEO-silane amphiphiles with variable PEO length

Rufin, M.A.; Gruetzner, J.A.; Hurley, M.J.; Hawkins, M.L.; Raymond, E.S.; Raymond, J.E.; Grunlan, M.A. "Enhancing the protein resistance of silicone via surface-restructuring PEO-silane amphiphiles with variable PEO length," J. Mater. Chem. B. 2015, 3, 2816-2825.

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Silicone membranes to inhibit water uptake into thermoset polyurethane shape-memory polymer conductive composites

Yu, Y.-J.; Infanger, S.; Grunlan, M.A.; Maitland, D.J. “Silicone membranes to inhibit water uptake into thermoset polyurethane shape-memory polymer conductive composites,” J. Appl. Polym. Sci. 2015, 132, 41226-41234.

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A bioactive “self-fitting” shape memory polymer (SMP) scaffold with potential to treat cranio- maxillofacial (CMF) bone defects

Zhang, D.; George, O.J.; Petersen, K.M.; Jimenez-Vergara, A.C.; Hahn, M.S. Grunlan, M.A. “A bioactive “self-fitting” shape memory polymer (SMP) scaffold with potential to treat cranio- maxillofacial (CMF) bone defects,” Acta Biomaterialia, 2014, 10, 4597-4605.

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Thermoresponsive double network micropillared hydrogels for cell release

Fei, R.; Hou, H.; Munoz-Pinto, D.; Han, A.; Hahn, M.S.; Grunlan, M.A. “Thermoresponsive double network micropillared hydrogels for cell release” Macromol. Biosci.; 2014, 14, 1346-1352.

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Direct observation of the nanocomplex reorganization of antifouling silicones containing a highly mobile PEO-silane amphiphile

Hawkins, M.L.; Rufin, M.A.; Raymond, J.E.; Grunlan, M.A. “Direct observation of the nanocomplex reorganization of antifouling silicones containing a highly mobile PEO-silane amphiphile,” J. Mater. Chem. Part B, 2014, 2, 5689-5697.

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Bacteria and diatom resistance of silicone modified with PEO-silane amphiphiles

Hawkins, M.L.; Fav, F.; E. Cheverau; Linossier, I.; Grunlan, M.A.“Bacteria and diatom resistance of silicone modified with PEO-silane amphiphiles,” Biofouling, 2014, 30, 247-258.

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A self-cleaning membrane to extend the lifetime of an implanted glucose biosensor

Abraham, A.A.; Fei, R.; Coté, G.L.; Grunlan, M.A. “A self-cleaning membrane to extend the lifetime of an implanted glucose biosensor,” ACS Appl. Mater. & Interfaces, 2013, 5, 12832-12838.

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Continuous gradient scaffolds for rapid screening of cell-material interactions and interfacial tissue engineering

Bailey, B.M.; Nail, L.N.; Grunlan, M.A. “Continuous gradient scaffolds for rapid screening of cell-material interactions and interfacial tissue engineering,” Acta Biomaterialia, 2013, 9, 8254-8261.

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Ultra strong thermoresponsive hydrogels

Fei, R.; George, J.T.; Means, A.K.; Grunlan, M.A. “Ultra strong thermoresponsive hydrogels,” Soft Matter. 2013, 9, 2912-2919.

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PDMS-PCL shape memory polymer (SMP) foams

Zhang, D.; Petersen, K.M.; Grunlan, M.A. “PDMS-PCL shape memory polymer (SMP) foams,” ACS Appl. Mater. & Interfaces. 2012, 5, 186-191.

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PDMSstar-PEG hydrogels prepared via solvent-induced phase separation (SIPS) and their potential utility as tissue engineering scaffolds

Bailey, B.M.; Fei, R.; Munoz-Pinto, D.; Hahn, M.S.; Grunlan, M.A. “PDMSstar-PEG hydrogels prepared via solvent-induced phase separation (SIPS) and their potential utility as tissue engineering scaffolds,” Acta Biomaterialia, 2012, 8, 4324-4333.

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An approach for assessing hydrogel hydrophobicity

Munoz-Pinto, D.; Grigoryan, B.; Long, J.; Grunlan, M.A.; Hahn, M.S. “An approach for assessing hydrogel hydrophobicity,” J. Biomed. Mater. Res. Part A, 2012, 100, 2855-2860.

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Protein resistance of silicones prepared with a PEO-silane amphiphile

Hawkins, M.L.; Grunlan, M.A. “Protein resistance of silicones prepared with a PEO-silane amphiphile,” J. Mater. Chem. 2012, 22, 19540-19546.

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Osteogenic potential of poly(ethylene glycol)-poly(dimethylsiloxane) hybrid hydrogels

Munoz-Pinto, D.; Jimenez-Vergara, A.; Hou, Y.; Hayenga, H.N., Grunlan, M.A.; Hahn, M.S. “Osteogenic potential of poly(ethylene glycol)-poly(dimethylsiloxane) hybrid hydrogels,” Tissue Eng. Part A 2012, 18, 1710-1719.

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Porous inorganic-organic shape memory polymers

Zhang, D.; Burkes, W.L.; Schoener, C.A.; Grunlan, M.A. “Porous inorganic-organic shape memory polymers,” Polymer 2012, 53, 2935-2941.

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Thermoresponsive nanocomposite double network nanocomposite hydrogels

Fei, R.; George, J.T.; Park, J., Grunlan, M.A. “Thermoresponsive nanocomposite double network nanocomposite hydrogels,” Soft Matter 2012, 8, 481-487.

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Tuning PEG-DA hydrogel properties via solvent-induced phase separation (SIPS)

Bailey, B.M.; Hui, V.; Fei, R., Grunlan, M.A. “Tuning PEG-DA hydrogel properties via solvent-induced phase separation (SIPS),” J. Mater. Chem. 2011, 21, 18776-18782.

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Thermoresponsive nanocomposite hydrogels with cell-releasing behavior

Hou, Y.; Matthews, A.R.; Smitherman, A.M.; Bulick, A.S.; Hahn, M.S.; Hou, H.; Han, A.; Grunlan, M.A. "Thermoresponsive nanocomposite hydrogels with cell-releasing behavior," Biomaterials 2008, 29, 3175-3184.

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Polycaprolactone-based shape memory polymers with variable polydimethylsiloxane soft segments

Zhang, D.; Giese, M.L.; Prukop, S.L.; Grunlan, M.A. “Polycaprolactone-based shape memory polymers with variable polydimethylsiloxane soft segments,” J. Polym. Sci., Part A: Polym. Chem., 2011, 49, 754-761.

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Amphiphilic silicones prepared with branched PEO-silanes with siloxane tethers

Murthy, R.; Bailey, B.M.; Valentin-Rodriguez, C.; Ivanisevic, A.; Grunlan, M.A. “Amphiphilic silicones prepared with branched PEO-silanes with siloxane tethers,” J. Polym. Sci., Part A: Polym. Chem., 2010, 48, 4108-4119.

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Micropatterning of poly(N-isopropylacrylamide) PNIPAAm hydrogels: Effects of thermosensitivity and cell release behavior

Hou, H.; Hou, Y.; Grunlan, M.A.; Munoz-Pinto, D.J.; Hahn, M.S.; Han, A. “Micropatterning of poly(N-isopropylacrylamide) PNIPAAm hydrogels: Effects of thermosensitivity and cell release behavior,” Sensors and Material, 2010, 22, 109-120.

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Design of a self-cleaning thermoresponsive nanocomposite hydrogel membrane for implantable biosensors

Gant, R.; Abraham, A.; Hou, Y.; Grunlan, M.A.; Coté, G.L. "Design of a self-cleaning thermoresponsive nanocomposite hydrogel membrane for implantable biosensors," Acta Biomaterialia, 2010, 6, 2903-2910.

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Inorganic-organic hybrid scaffolds for osteochondral regeneration

Munoz-Pinto, D.J.; McMahon, R.E.; Kanzelberger, M.A.; Jimenez-Vergara, A.C.; Grunlan, M.A.; Hahn, M.S. “Inorganic-organic hybrid scaffolds for osteochondral regeneration,” J. Biomed. Mater. Res. Part A, 2010, 94, 112-121.

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Photo-crosslinked PEO-PDMSstar hydrogels: Synthesis, characterization, and potential application for tissue engineering scaffolds

Hou, Y.; Schoener, C.A.; Regan, K.R.; Munoz-Pinto, D.; Hahn, M.S.; Grunlan, M.A. "Photo-crosslinked PEO-PDMSstar hydrogels: Synthesis, characterization, and potential application for tissue engineering scaffolds," Biomacromolecules 2010, 11, 648-656.

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Shape memory polymers with silicon-containing segments

Schoener, C.A.; Weyand, C.B.; Murthy, R.M.; Grunlan, M.A. "Shape memory polymers with silicon-containing segments," J. Mater. Chem. 2010, 20, 1787-1793.

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A thermoresponsive hydrogel poly(N-isopropylacrylamide) micropatterning method using microfluidics techniques

Hou, H.; Kim, W.; Grunlan, M.; Han, A. “A thermoresponsive hydrogel poly(N-isopropylacrylamide) micropatterning method using microfluidics techniques,” J. Micromech. Microeng. 2009, 19, 127001-127007.

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Development of a self-cleaning sensor membrane for implantable biosensors

Gant, R.; Hou, Y.; Grunlan, M.A., Coté, G.L. “Development of a self-cleaning sensor membrane for implantable biosensors,” J. Biomed. Mater. Res. 2009, 90A, 695-701.

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Biomechanical properties of synthetic and biologic graft materials following long-term implantation in the rabbit abdomen and vagina

Pierce, L.M.; Grunlan, M.A.; Hou Y.; Baumann, S.S.; Kuehl, T.J.; Muir, T.W. “Biomechanical properties of synthetic and biologic graft materials following long-term implantation in the rabbit abdomen and vagina,” Am. J. Obstet. Gynecol. 2009, 200, 549.e1-e8.

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The influence of poly(ethylene oxide) grafting via siloxane tethers on protein adsorption

Murthy, R.; Shell, C.E.; Grunlan, M.A. “The influence of poly(ethylene oxide) grafting via siloxane tethers on protein adsorption” Biomaterials 2009, 30, 2433-2439.

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Influence of hydrogel mechanical properties and mesh size on vocal fold fibroblast extracellular matrix production

Hahn, M.S.; Liao, H; Munoz-Pinto, D.; Xin, Q.; Hou, Y.; Grunlan, M.A.; “Influence of hydrogel mechanical properties and mesh size on vocal fold fibroblast extracellular matrix production,” Acta Biomaterialia 2008, 4, 1161-1171.

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Thermoresponsive nanocomposite hydrogels with cell-releasing behavior

Hou, Y.; Matthews, A.R.; Smitherman, A.M.; Bulick, A.S.; Hahn, M.S.; Hou, H.; Han, A.;
Grunlan, M.A. “Thermoresponsive nanocomposite hydrogels with cell-releasing behavior,” Biomaterials 2008, 29, 3175-3184.

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Protein-resistant silicones: Incorporation of poly(ethylene oxide) via siloxane tethers

Murthy, R.; Cox, C.D.; Hahn, M.S.; Grunlan, M.A. "Protein-resistant silicones: Incorporation of poly(ethylene oxide) via siloxane tethers," Biomacromolecules 2007, 8, 3244-3252.

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