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Christine E. Schmidt
Christine E. Schmidt
Distinguished Professor & Pruitt Family Endowed Chair, Biomedical Engineering, University of Florida
Verified email at bme.ufl.edu - Homepage
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Conducting polymers in biomedical engineering
NK Guimard, N Gomez, CE Schmidt
Progress in Polymer Science 32 (8), 876-921, 2007
19122007
Neural tissue engineering: strategies for repair and regeneration
CE Schmidt, JB Leach
Annual review of biomedical engineering 5 (1), 293-347, 2003
16042003
Stimulation of neurite outgrowth using an electrically conducting polymer
CE Schmidt, VR Shastri, JP Vacanti, R Langer
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 94 (17), 8948-8953, 1997
13451997
Acellular vascular tissues: natural biomaterials for tissue repair and tissue engineering
CE Schmidt, JM Baier
Biomaterials 21 (22), 2215-2231, 2000
10952000
Photocrosslinked hyaluronic acid hydrogels: natural, biodegradable tissue engineering scaffolds
J Baier Leach, KA Bivens, CW Patrick Jr, CE Schmidt
Biotechnology and bioengineering 82 (5), 578-589, 2003
9932003
Polypyrrole-coated electrospun PLGA nanofibers for neural tissue applications
JY Lee, CA Bashur, AS Goldstein, CE Schmidt
Biomaterials 30 (26), 4325-4335, 2009
8272009
Electrical stimulation alters protein adsorption and nerve cell interactions with electrically conducting biomaterials
A Kotwal, CE Schmidt
Biomaterials 22 (10), 1055-1064, 2001
6232001
The effects of hyaluronic acid hydrogels with tunable mechanical properties on neural progenitor cell differentiation
SK Seidlits, ZZ Khaing, RR Petersen, JD Nickels, JE Vanscoy, JB Shear, ...
Biomaterials 31 (14), 3930-3940, 2010
5712010
Characterization of protein release from photocrosslinkable hyaluronic acid-polyethylene glycol hydrogel tissue engineering scaffolds
JB Leach, CE Schmidt
Biomaterials 26 (2), 125-135, 2005
5102005
Synthesis of a novel, biodegradable electrically conducting polymer for biomedical applications
TJ Rivers, TW Hudson, CE Schmidt
Advanced Functional Materials 12 (1), 33-37, 2002
5062002
Synthesis and characterization of polypyrrole–hyaluronic acid composite biomaterials for tissue engineering applications
JH Collier, JP Camp, TW Hudson, CE Schmidt
Journal of Biomedical Materials Research Part A 50 (4), 574-584, 2000
5042000
Engineering an improved acellular nerve graft via optimized chemical processing
TW Hudson, SY Liu, CE Schmidt
Tissue engineering 10 (9-10), 1346-1358, 2004
4692004
Biomaterials functionalization using a novel peptide that selectively binds to a conducting polymer
AB Sanghvi, KPH Miller, AM Belcher, CE Schmidt
Nature materials 4 (6), 496-502, 2005
4682005
Integrin-cytoskeletal interactions in migrating fibroblasts are dynamic, asymmetric, and regulated.
CE Schmidt, AF Horwitz, DA Lauffenburger, MP Sheetz
The Journal of cell biology 123 (4), 977-991, 1993
4501993
Concentration-dependent Effect of Sodium Hypochlorite on Stem Cells of Apical Papilla Survival and Differentiation
DE Martin, JFA De Almeida, MA Henry, ZZ Khaing, CE Schmidt, ...
Journal of endodontics 40 (1), 51-55, 2014
4332014
Optimized acellular nerve graft is immunologically tolerated and supports regeneration
TW Hudson, S Zawko, C Deister, S Lundy, CY Hu, K Lee, CE Schmidt
Tissue engineering 10 (11-12), 1641-1651, 2004
4252004
Nerve growth factor‐immobilized polypyrrole: Bioactive electrically conducting polymer for enhanced neurite extension
N Gomez, CE Schmidt
Journal of Biomedical Materials Research Part A 81 (1), 135-149, 2007
3462007
Biomimetic conducting polymer-based tissue scaffolds
JG Hardy, JY Lee, CE Schmidt
Current opinion in biotechnology 24 (5), 847-854, 2013
2892013
Carboxylic acid-functionalized conductive polypyrrole as a bioactive platform for cell adhesion
JW Lee, F Serna, J Nickels, CE Schmidt
Biomacromolecules 7 (6), 1692-1695, 2006
2802006
Recognition molecule directed interfacing between semiconductor quantum dots and nerve cells
JO Winter, TY Liu, BA Korgel, CE Schmidt
Advanced Materials 13 (22), 1673-1677, 2001
2662001
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