Katelyn Chan
Katelyn Chan
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Enhanced mechanical properties in cellulose nanocrystal–poly (oligoethylene glycol methacrylate) injectable nanocomposite hydrogels through control of physical and chemical …
KJ De France, KJW Chan, ED Cranston, T Hoare
Biomacromolecules 17 (2), 649-660, 2016
1062016
Composite hydrogels with tunable anisotropic morphologies and mechanical properties
M Chau, KJ De France, B Kopera, VR Machado, S Rosenfeldt, L Reyes, ...
Chemistry of Materials 28 (10), 3406-3415, 2016
1002016
Injectable anisotropic nanocomposite hydrogels direct in situ growth and alignment of myotubes
KJ De France, KG Yager, KJW Chan, B Corbett, ED Cranston, T Hoare
Nano letters 17 (10), 6487-6495, 2017
362017
Matrices, scaffolds, and carriers for protein and molecule delivery in peripheral nerve regeneration
K Tajdaran, K Chan, T Gordon, GH Borschel
Experimental neurology 319, 112817, 2019
92019
μFE models can represent microdamaged regions of healthy and metastatically involved whole vertebrae identified through histology and contrast enhanced μCT imaging
C Choudhari, K Chan, MK Akens, CM Whyne
Journal of biomechanics 49 (7), 1103-1110, 2016
52016
Local delivery of FK506 to injured peripheral nerve enhances axon regeneration after surgical nerve repair in rats
K Tajdaran, K Chan, MS Shoichet, T Gordon, GH Borschel
Acta biomaterialia 96, 211-221, 2019
32019
Local FK506 dose‐dependent study using a novel three‐dimensional organotypic assay
K Tajdaran, K Chan, J Zhang, T Gordon, GH Borschel
Biotechnology and bioengineering 116 (2), 405-414, 2019
32019
A single session of brief electrical stimulation enhances axon regeneration through nerve autografts
KJ Zuo, G Shafa, K Antonyshyn, K Chan, T Gordon, GH Borschel
Experimental neurology 323, 113074, 2020
12020
Brief Electrical Stimulation Enhances Axon Regeneration Through a Nerve Graft
KJ Zuo, G Shafa, K Chan, K Antonyshyn, T Gordon, GH Borschel
Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery–Global Open 7 (4S), 51-52, 2019
2019
Injectable anisotropic cellulose nanocrystal hydrogels as a platform for functional tissue engineering applications
K De France, K Yager, K Chan, B Corbett, E Cranston, T Hoare
ABSTRACTS OF PAPERS OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY 255, 2018
2018
and metastatically involved whole vertebrae identi fi ed through histology and contrast enhanced μ CT imaging μ FE models can represent microdamaged regions of healthy
C Choudhari, K Chan, MK Akens, CM Whyne
Elsevier, 2016
2016
Highly oriented in situ gelling nanocomposite hydrogels as tissue engineering scaffolds for promoting directional cell growth
K De France, KG Yager, KJ Chan, TR Hoare, ED Cranston
Injectable Anisotropic Nanocomposite Hydrogels with Magnetically Aligned Cellulose Nanocrystals
KJ De France, KG Yager, KJW Chan, ED Cranston, T Hoare
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