Yanan Du
Yanan Du
Department of Biomedical Engineering, Tsinghua University
Verified email at tsinghua.edu.cn - Homepage
TitleCited byYear
Directed assembly of cell-laden microgels for fabrication of 3D tissue constructs
Y Du, E Lo, S Ali, A Khademhosseini
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 105 (28), 9522-9527, 2008
5192008
DNA-directed self-assembly of shape-controlled hydrogels
H Qi, M Ghodousi, Y Du, C Grun, H Bae, P Yin, A Khademhosseini
Nature communications 4, 2275, 2013
1662013
Synthesis and characterization of photocrosslinkable gelatin and silk fibroin interpenetrating polymer network hydrogels
W Xiao, J He, JW Nichol, L Wang, CB Hutson, B Wang, Y Du, H Fan, ...
Acta biomaterialia 7 (6), 2384-2393, 2011
1662011
Sequential assembly of cell‐laden hydrogel constructs to engineer vascular‐like microchannels
Y Du, M Ghodousi, H Qi, N Haas, W Xiao, A Khademhosseini
Biotechnology and bioengineering 108 (7), 1693-1703, 2011
1622011
Engineering cell alignment in vitro
Y Li, G Huang, X Zhang, L Wang, Y Du, TJ Lu, F Xu
Biotechnology advances 32 (2), 347-365, 2014
1332014
3D hepatocyte monolayer on hybrid RGD/galactose substratum
Y Du, S Chia, R Han, S Chang, H Tang, H Yu
Biomaterials 27 (33), 5669-5680, 2006
1052006
Patterned differentiation of individual embryoid bodies in spatially organized 3D hybrid microgels
H Qi, Y Du, L Wang, H Kaji, H Bae, A Khademhosseini
Advanced materials 22 (46), 5276-5281, 2010
1032010
Rapid generation of spatially and temporally controllable long-range concentration gradients in a microfluidic device
Y Du, J Shim, M Vidula, MJ Hancock, E Lo, BG Chung, JT Borenstein, ...
Lab Chip 9 (6), 761-767, 2008
952008
Rapid Generation of Biologically Relevant Hydrogels Containing Long‐Range Chemical Gradients
J He, Y Du, JL Villa‐Uribe, C Hwang, D Li, A Khademhosseini
Advanced functional materials 20 (1), 131-137, 2009
842009
Synthetic sandwich culture of 3D hepatocyte monolayer
Y Du, R Han, F Wen, SN San San, L Xia, T Wohland, HL Leo, H Yu
Biomaterials 29 (3), 290-301, 2008
772008
Micro-scaffold array chip for upgrading cell-based high-throughput drug testing to 3D using benchtop equipment
X Li, X Zhang, S Zhao, J Wang, G Liu, Y Du
Lab on a Chip 14 (3), 471-481, 2014
722014
Convection-driven generation of long-range material gradients
Y Du, MJ Hancock, J He, JL Villa-Uribe, B Wang, DM Cropek, ...
Biomaterials 31 (9), 2686-2694, 2010
702010
Directed assembly of cell-laden hydrogels for engineering functional tissues
NN Kachouie, Y Du, H Bae, M Khabiry, AF Ahari, B Zamanian, J Fukuda, ...
Organogenesis 6 (4), 234-244, 2010
662010
Primed 3D injectable microniches enabling low-dosage cell therapy for critical limb ischemia
Y Li, W Liu, F Liu, Y Zeng, S Zuo, S Feng, C Qi, B Wang, X Yan, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 111 (37), 13511-13516, 2014
652014
A sandwiched microarray platform for benchtop cell-based high throughput screening
J Wu, I Wheeldon, Y Guo, T Lu, Y Du, B Wang, J He, Y Hu, ...
Biomaterials 32 (3), 841-848, 2011
642011
3D-engineering of cellularized conduits for peripheral nerve regeneration
Y Hu, Y Wu, Z Gou, J Tao, J Zhang, Q Liu, T Kang, S Jiang, S Huang, J He, ...
Scientific reports 6, 32184, 2016
592016
Mussel inspired functionalization of carbon nanotubes for heavy metal ion removal
Y Xie, Q Huang, M Liu, K Wang, Q Wan, F Deng, L Lu, X Zhang, Y Wei
RSC Advances 5 (84), 68430-68438, 2015
58*2015
Discovery of the migrasome, an organelle mediating release of cytoplasmic contents during cell migration
L Ma, Y Li, J Peng, D Wu, X Zhao, Y Cui, L Chen, X Yan, Y Du, L Yu
Cell research 25 (1), 24, 2015
562015
Surface‐directed assembly of cell‐laden microgels
Y Du, M Ghodousi, E Lo, MK Vidula, O Emiroglu, A Khademhosseini
Biotechnology and bioengineering 105 (3), 655-662, 2010
562010
Directed assembly of cell‐laden microgels for building porous three‐dimensional tissue constructs
F Yanagawa, H Kaji, YH Jang, H Bae, D Yanan, J Fukuda, H Qi, ...
Journal of Biomedical Materials Research Part A 97 (1), 93-102, 2011
522011
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