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Design, Degradation Mechanism and Long‐Term Cytotoxicity of Poly(l‐lactide) and Poly(Lactide‐co‐ϵ‐Caprolactone) Terpolymer Film and Air‐Spun Nanofiber …
G Sabbatier, A Larrañaga, AA Guay‐Bégin, J Fernandez, F Diéval, ...
Macromolecular Bioscience 15 (10), 1392-1410, 2015
302015
Air‐spun PLA nanofibers modified with reductively sheddable hydrophilic surfaces for vascular tissue engineering: Synthesis and surface modification
NR Ko, G Sabbatier, A Cunningham, G Laroche, JK Oh
Macromolecular rapid communications 35 (4), 447-453, 2014
262014
Functional materials: For energy, sustainable development and biomedical sciences
G Wegner, N Allard, A Al Shboul, M Auger, AM Beaulieu, D Bélanger, ...
Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG, 2014
202014
Evaluation of an air spinning process to produce tailored biosynthetic nanofibre scaffolds
G Sabbatier, P Abadie, F Dieval, B Durand, G Laroche
Materials Science and Engineering: C 35, 347-353, 2014
162014
Atmospheric pressure plasma polymer of ethyl lactate: In vitro degradation and cell viability studies
M Laurent, J Koehler, G Sabbatier, CA Hoesli, N Gherardi, G Laroche
Plasma Processes and Polymers 13 (7), 711-721, 2016
152016
Air spun poly (lactic acid) nanofiber scaffold degradation for vascular tissue engineering: A 1H NMR study
G Sabbatier, D Le Nouën, P Chevallier, B Durand, G Laroche, F Dieval
Polymer degradation and stability 97 (8), 1520-1526, 2012
142012
Protein film formation on cell culture surfaces investigated by quartz crystal microbalance with dissipation monitoring and atomic force microscopy
A Wargenau, N Fekete, AV Beland, G Sabbatier, OM Bowden, ...
Colloids and Surfaces B: Biointerfaces 183, 110447, 2019
62019
Grafting of a model protein on lactide and caprolactone based biodegradable films for biomedical applications
A Larrañaga, AA Guay-Bégin, P Chevallier, G Sabbatier, J Fernández, ...
Biomatter 4 (1), e27979, 2014
62014
Conception et élaboration d'échafaudages de nanofibres à dégradation contrôlée pour des applications en médecine régénératrice vasculaire
G Sabbatier
Université de Haute Alsace-Mulhouse; Université Laval (Québec, Canada), 2015
42015
Functional plasma polymer films for the purification of pancreatic β cells
S Babaei, G Sabbatier, CA Hoesli, PL Girard‐Lauriault
Plasma Processes and Polymers 16 (10), 1900041, 2019
12019
Mesenchymal stem/stromal cell adhesion onto oxygen-rich and nitrogen-rich plasma polymer coated fluoropolymer surfaces
G Sabbatier, B Ramachandran, O Bowden, K Campbell, N Fekete, R Pytel, ...
Cytotherapy 23 (5), S65, 2021
2021
Effect of fluoropolymer-based culture vessel surface on monocyte differentiation
N Fekete, G Sabbatier, A Wargenau, A Béland, S Xu, N Tufenkji, ...
Cytotherapy 20 (5), S109, 2018
2018
Atmospheric pressure plasma polymer of ethyl lactate: In vitro degradation and cell viability studies
G Laroche, CA Hoesli, M Laurent, G Sabbatier, N Ghérardi
Wiley, 2016
2016
Design, degradation mechanism and long-term cytotoxicity of poly (L-lactide) and poly (lactide-co-ε-caprolactone) terpolymer film and air-spun nanofiber scaffold
G Laroche, A Larrañaga, AA Guay-Bégin, G Sabbatier, J Fernandez, ...
Wiley Online Library, 2015
2015
Evaluation of an air spinning process to produce tailored biosynthetic nanofiber scaffolds
P Abadie, G Laroche, G Sabbatier, B Durand
Elsevier Science, 2013
2013
Grafting of a model protein on lactide and caprolactone based biodegradable films for biomedical applications
G Sabbatier, J Fernández, G Laroche, JR Sarasua
Development of a biodegradable plasma polymer matrix by dielectric barrier discharge
M Laurent, J Köhler, G Sabbatier, C Hoesli, N Gherardi, G Laroche
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