Publications - 2014-16

Publications in 2014

  1. H-K Lin, Godiwalla SY, Palmer B, Frimberger D, Yang Q, Madihally SV, Fung K-M, and Kropp BP. Understanding roles of porcine small intestinal submucosa (SIS) in urinary bladder regeneration: Identification of variable regenerative characteristics of SIS. Tissue Engineering Part B –Reviews. 20(1):73-83. 2014.

  2. Podichetty JT, Madihally SV. Modeling Growth Medium Perfusion-induced Porous Scaffold Deformation. Journal of Biomedical Materials Research-Part B. 102(4):737-48. 2014.

  3. Shahini A, Yazdimamaghani M, Walker KJ, Eastman MA, Hatami-Marbini H, Smith B, Ricci JL, Madihally SV, Vashaee D, Tayebi L. 3D Conductive Nanocomposite Scaffold for Bone Tissue Engineering.  International Journal of Nanomedicine. 9(1):167:181. 2014.

  4. Yazdimamaghani M, Vashaee D, Assefa S, Walker KJ, Madihally SV, Köhler GA, Tayebi L. Hybrid macroporous gelatin/bioactive-glass/nanosilver scaffolds for immunocompatibility, controlled degradation behavior, and antimicrobial activity for bone tissue engineering. Journal of Biomedical Nanotechnology. 10(6):911-931. 2014.

  5. Yazdimamaghani M, Vashaee D, Assefa S, Walker KJ, Madihally SV, Köhler GA, Tayebi L. Green synthesis of a new gelatin-based antimicrobial scaffold for tissue engineering. Materials Science and Engineering C9: 235-44. 2014.

  6. Podichetty JT, Bhasker PR, Khalf A, Madihally SV. Modeling Pressure Drop Using Generalized Scaffold Characteristics in an Axial-Flow Bioreactor for Soft Tissue RegenerationAnnals of Biomedical Engineering. 42(6):1319:1330. 2014.

  7. Sharma AM, Kumar A, Madihally SV, Whiteley JR, Huhnke RL. Prediction of biomass-generated syngas using extents of major reactions in a continuous stirred tank reactor. Energy72(1):  222–232.  2014.

 Publications in 2015

  1. Podichetty JT, Bhasker PR, Singarapu K, Madihally SV. Multiple Approaches to Predicting Oxygen and Glucose Consumptions by HepG2 Cells on Porous Scaffolds in an Axial-Flow Bioreactor.  Biotechnology/Biongineering.112 (2), 393-404. 2015.

  2. Walker KJ, Madihally SV. Anisotropic temperature sensitive chitosan-based injectable hydrogels mimicking cartilage matrix. Journal of Biomedical Materials Research-Part B.103B(6):1149-60, 2015.

  3. H-K Lin, Madihally SV, Palmer B, Frimberger D, Fung K-M, and Kropp BP. Biomatrices for bladder reconstruction.  Advanced Drug Delivery Reviews. 82-83: 47-63, 2015. 

  4. Pai KK, Singarapu K, Jacob JD, Madihally SV. Dose Dependent Selectivity and Response of Different Types of Mammalian Cells to Surface Dielectric Barrier Discharge (SDBD) Plasma. Plasma Processes and Polymers. 12(7):666-77, 2015.

  5. Khalf A, Singarapu K, Madihally SV. Cellulose Acetate Core-Shell Structured Electrospun Fiber: Fabrication and Characterization.  Cellulose. 22 (2): 1389-1400.  2015.

  6. Khalf A, Singarapu K, Madihally SV. Influence of Solvent Characteristics in Triaxial Electrospun Fiber Formation.  Reactive and Functional Polymers. 90:36-46. 2015. 

  7. Tormos CM, Abraham C, Madihally SV.  Improving the Stability of Chitosan-Gelatin Based Hydrogels for Cell Delivery Using Transglutaminase and Controlled Release of Doxycycline.  Drug Delivery and Translational Research.  5(6): 575-584, 2015 

Publications in 2016

  1. Book Chapter: Tormos CM, Madihally SV.  Chitosan for Cardiac Tissue Engineering and Regeneration.  in Part 2: Chitosan for tissue engineering and regeneration of other tissues and organs.  Edited by Jennings JA, Bumgardner JD, Elsevier Publishing. pages115-143

  2. German CL, Madihally SV. Applications of Computational Modelling and Simulation of Porous Medium in Tissue EngineeringComputation.  4(1), 7.

  3. Roehm K, Hornberger J, and Madihally SV.  In Vitro Characterization of Acellular Porcine Adipose Tissue Matrix for Use as a Tissue Regenerative Scaffold.  Journal of Biomedical Materials Research –Part A.  104A: 3127–3136.