Milica Radisic
Milica Radisic
Professor and Canada Research Chair, University of Toronto
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Functional assembly of engineered myocardium by electrical stimulation of cardiac myocytes cultured on scaffolds
M Radisic, H Park, H Shing, T Consi, FJ Schoen, R Langer, LE Freed, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 101 (52), 18129-18134, 2004
Biowire: a platform for maturation of human pluripotent stem cell–derived cardiomyocytes
SS Nunes, JW Miklas, J Liu, R Aschar-Sobbi, Y Xiao, B Zhang, J Jiang, ...
Nature methods 10 (8), 781-787, 2013
Advances in organ-on-a-chip engineering
B Zhang, A Korolj, BFL Lai, M Radisic
Nature Reviews Materials 3 (8), 257-278, 2018
Challenges in cardiac tissue engineering
G Vunjak-Novakovic, N Tandon, A Godier, R Maidhof, A Marsano, ...
Tissue Engineering Part B: Reviews 16 (2), 169-187, 2010
Biodegradable scaffold with built-in vasculature for organ-on-a-chip engineering and direct surgical anastomosis
B Zhang, M Montgomery, MD Chamberlain, S Ogawa, A Korolj, A Pahnke, ...
Nature materials 15 (6), 669-678, 2016
Electrical stimulation systems for cardiac tissue engineering
N Tandon, C Cannizzaro, PHG Chao, R Maidhof, A Marsano, HTH Au, ...
Nature protocols 4 (2), 155-173, 2009
A microfabricated platform to measure and manipulate the mechanics of engineered cardiac microtissues
T Boudou, WR Legant, A Mu, MA Borochin, N Thavandiran, M Radisic, ...
Tissue Engineering Part A 18 (9-10), 910-919, 2012
A platform for generation of chamber-specific cardiac tissues and disease modeling
Y Zhao, N Rafatian, NT Feric, BJ Cox, R Aschar-Sobbi, EY Wang, ...
Cell 176 (4), 913-927. e18, 2019
Oxygen gradients correlate with cell density and cell viability in engineered cardiac tissue
M Radisic, J Malda, E Epping, W Geng, R Langer, G Vunjak‐Novakovic
Biotechnology and bioengineering 93 (2), 332-343, 2006
Influence of substrate stiffness on the phenotype of heart cells
B Bhana, RK Iyer, WLK Chen, R Zhao, KL Sider, M Likhitpanichkul, ...
Biotechnology and bioengineering 105 (6), 1148-1160, 2010
Medium perfusion enables engineering of compact and contractile cardiac tissue
M Radisic, L Yang, J Boublik, RJ Cohen, R Langer, LE Freed, ...
American Journal of Physiology-Heart and Circulatory Physiology 286 (2†…, 2004
Biomimetic approach to cardiac tissue engineering: oxygen carriers and channeled scaffolds
M Radisic, H Park, F Chen, JE Salazar-Lazzaro, Y Wang, R Dennis, ...
Tissue engineering 12 (8), 2077-2091, 2006
Organ-on-a-chip devices advance to market
B Zhang, M Radisic
Lab on a Chip 17 (14), 2395-2420, 2017
High‐density seeding of myocyte cells for cardiac tissue engineering
M Radisic, M Euloth, L Yang, R Langer, LE Freed, G Vunjak‐Novakovic
Biotechnology and bioengineering 82 (4), 403-414, 2003
Advanced tools for tissue engineering: scaffolds, bioreactors, and signaling
LE Freed, F Guilak, XE Guo, ML Gray, R Tranquillo, JW Holmes, ...
Tissue engineering 12 (12), 3285-3305, 2006
Vascular endothelial growth factor immobilized in collagen scaffold promotes penetration and proliferation of endothelial cells
YH Shen, MS Shoichet, M Radisic
Acta biomaterialia 4 (3), 477-489, 2008
Scaffolds with covalently immobilized VEGF and Angiopoietin-1 for vascularization of engineered tissues
LLY Chiu, M Radisic
Biomaterials 31 (2), 226-241, 2010
Flexible shape-memory scaffold for minimally invasive delivery of functional tissues
M Montgomery, S Ahadian, L Davenport Huyer, M Lo Rito, RA Civitarese, ...
Nature materials 16 (10), 1038-1046, 2017
Mathematical model of oxygen distribution in engineered cardiac tissue with parallel channel array perfused with culture medium containing oxygen carriers
M Radisic, W Deen, R Langer, G Vunjak-Novakovic
American Journal of Physiology-Heart and Circulatory Physiology 288 (3†…, 2005
Design and formulation of functional pluripotent stem cell-derived cardiac microtissues
N Thavandiran, N Dubois, A Mikryukov, S Massť, B Beca, CA Simmons, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 110 (49), E4698-E4707, 2013
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