Megan Logan
Megan Logan
PhD Candidate, University of Waterloo
Verified email at uwaterloo.ca
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Biocompatibility of hydrogel-based scaffolds for tissue engineering applications
S Naahidi, M Jafari, M Logan, Y Wang, Y Yuan, H Bae, B Dixon, P Chen
Biotechnology advances 35 (5), 530-544, 2017
2972017
Nanoscale-Textured Tantalum Surfaces for Mammalian Cell Alignment
HI Moussa, M Logan, K Wong, Z Rao, MG Aucoin, TY Tsui
Micromachines 9 (9), 464, 2018
62018
Manipulating mammalian cell morphologies using chemical-mechanical polished integrated circuit chips
TYT HI Moussa, M Logan, GC Siow, DL Phann, Z Rao, MG Aucoin
Science and Technology of Advanced Materials 18 (1), 839-856, 2017
62017
Pattern-Dependent Mammalian Cell (Vero) Morphology on Tantalum/Silicon Oxide 3D Nanocomposites
HI Moussa, M Logan, WY Chan, K Wong, Z Rao, MG Aucoin, TY Tsui
Materials 11 (8), 1306, 2018
52018
A flow cytometric granularity assay for the quantification of infectious virus
M Logan, J Manalil, C Notte, C Kearse, S George, A Zeiser, P Farrell, ...
Vaccine, 2019
42019
Immuno-and hemocompatibility of amino acid pairing peptides for potential use in anticancer drug delivery
S Naahidi, M Jafari, M Logan, F Edalat, A Khademhosseini, B Dixon, ...
Journal of bioactive and compatible polymers 29 (3), 254-269, 2014
32014
What’s Happening on the Other Side? Revealing Nano-Meter Scale Features of Mammalian Cells on Engineered Textured Tantalum Surfaces
TY Tsui, M Logan, HI Moussa, MG Aucoin
Materials 12 (1), 114, 2019
22019
Media formulation to support the growth of Vero cells in suspension
M Logan, M Aucoin
12018
Limitation in Controlling the Morphology of Mammalian Vero Cells Induced by Cell Division on Asymmetric Tungsten-Silicon Oxide Nanocomposite
HI Moussa, WY Chan, M Logan, MG Aucoin, TY Tsui
Materials 13 (2), 335, 2020
2020
A Flow Cytometry Based Assay for the Quantification of Viruses Using Changes in Infected Cell Granularity
M Logan
University of Waterloo, 2015
2015
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