Sumona Sarkar
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Development and characterization of a porous micro-patterned scaffold for vascular tissue engineering applications
S Sarkar, GY Lee, JY Wong, TA Desai
Biomaterials 27 (27), 4775-4782, 2006
The support of bone marrow stromal cell differentiation by airbrushed nanofiber scaffolds
W Tutak, S Sarkar, S Lin-Gibson, TM Farooque, G Jyotsnendu, D Wang, ...
Biomaterials 34 (10), 2389-2398, 2013
Vascular tissue engineering: microtextured scaffold templates to control organization of vascular smooth muscle cells and extracellular matrix
S Sarkar, M Dadhania, P Rourke, TA Desai, JY Wong
Acta biomaterialia 1 (1), 93-100, 2005
Synthesis and recovery characteristics of branched and grafted PNIPAAm-PEG hydrogels for the development of an injectable load-bearing nucleus pulposus replacement
JD Thomas, G Fussell, S Sarkar, AM Lowman, M Marcolongo
Acta Biomaterialia 6 (4), 1319-1328, 2010
Machine learning based methodology to identify cell shape phenotypes associated with microenvironmental cues
D Chen, S Sarkar, J Candia, SJ Florczyk, S Bodhak, MK Driscoll, ...
Biomaterials 104, 104-118, 2016
Role of biomolecules on annulus fibrosus micromechanics: Effect of enzymatic digestion on elastic and failure properties
JL Isaacs, E Vresilovic, S Sarkar, M Marcolongo
Journal of the mechanical behavior of biomedical materials 40, 75-84, 2014
Strategies for achieving measurement assurance for cell therapy products
CG Simon Jr, S Lin-Gibson, JT Elliott, S Sarkar, AL Plant
Stem Cells Translational Medicine 5 (6), 705-708, 2016
Terminal-end functionalization of chondroitin sulfate for the synthesis of biomimetic proteoglycans
S Sarkar, SE Lightfoot-Vidal, CL Schauer, E Vresilovic, M Marcolongo
Carbohydrate Polymers 90 (1), 431-440, 2012
Fabrication of a layered microstructured polycaprolactone construct for 3-D tissue engineering
S Sarkar, BC Isenberg, E Hodis, JB Leach, TA Desai, JY Wong
Journal of Biomaterials Science, Polymer Edition 19 (10), 1347-1362, 2008
Aggrecan-like biomimetic proteoglycans (BPGs) composed of natural chondroitin sulfate bristles grafted onto a poly (acrylic acid) core for molecular engineering of the …
K Prudnikova, SEL Vidal, S Sarkar, T Yu, RW Yucha, N Ganesh, LS Penn, ...
Acta biomaterialia 75, 93-104, 2018
Fill of the nucleus cavity affects mechanical stability in compression, bending, and torsion of a spine segment, which has undergone nucleus replacement
A Arthur, M Cannella, M Keane, W Singhatat, E Vresilovic, M Marcolongo
Spine 35 (11), 1128-1135, 2010
FDA and NIST collaboration on standards development activities supporting innovation and translation of regenerative medicine products
JA Arcidiacono, SR Bauer, DS Kaplan, CM Allocca, S Sarkar, ...
Cytotherapy 20 (6), 779-784, 2018
Evaluating the quality of a cell counting measurement process via a dilution series experimental design
S Sarkar, SP Lund, R Vyzasatya, P Vanguri, JT Elliott, AL Plant, ...
Cytotherapy 19 (12), 1509-1521, 2017
7.11 Trends in Materials for Spine Surgery
M Marcolongo, S Sarkar, N Ganesh
Elsevier, 2017
7.11 Trends in Materials for Spine Surgery
M Marcolongo, S Sarkar, N Ganesh
Elsevier, 2017
Defining quality attributes to enable measurement assurance for cell therapy products
S Lin-Gibson, S Sarkar, Y Ito
Cytotherapy 18 (10), 1241-1244, 2016
Understanding and managing sources of variability in cell measurements
S Lin-Gibson, S Sarkar, J Elliott, A Plant
Immuno-oncology Insights, 2016
Compositions and Methods for Treating a Disorder or Defect in Soft Tissue
M Marcolongo, E Vresilovic, B Jackson, S Sarkar, C Schauer
US Patent App. 13/508,466, 2013
Synthesis of macromolecular mimics of small leucine-rich proteoglycans with a poly (ethylene glycol) core and chondroitin sulphate bristles
S Sarkar, C Moorehead, K Prudnikova, CL Schauer, LS Penn, ...
Carbohydrate Polymers 166, 338-347, 2017
Quantitative, traceable determination of cell viability using absorbance microscopy
G Babakhanova, SM Zimmerman, LT Pierce, S Sarkar, NJ Schaub, ...
PloS one 17 (1), e0262119, 2022
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