Publications – (2004 – 2006)

  1. Structural Alterations of PEG-Fibrinogen Hydrogel Scaffold Augments 3-D Cellular Morphology and Cellular Migration
    Dikovsky, D., Bianco-Peled, H., Seliktar, D.
    Biomaterials, 27(8):1496-506, 2006
  2. Immobilized Fibrinogen in PEG Hydrogels does not Improve Chondrocyte-Mediated Matrix Deposition in Response to Mechanical Stimulation
    Schmidt, O., Mizrahi, J., Elisseeff, J., Seliktar, D.
    Biotechnol Bioeng, 95(6):1061-9, 2006
  3. Bio-Synthetic Hydrogel Scaffolds made from Fibrinogen and Polyethylene Glycol for 3-D Cell Cultures
    Almany, L., and Seliktar, D.
    Biomaterials, May,26(15):2467-77,2005
  4. In Vivo Degradation Properties of Semi-Rigid Polymeric Films Made of Alginate and Polyethylene Glycol
    Livnat, M., Peled, E., Boss, J., and Seliktar, D.
    Israeli Journal of Chemistry, 45, 421–427, 2005
  5. Extracellular Stimulation in Tissue Engineering
    Seliktar, D.
    Ann. N.Y. Acad. Sci. 1047: 386-394, 2005
  6. Endoluminal Hydrogel Films Made of Alginate and Polyethylene Glycol: Physical Characteristics and Drug-Eluting Properties
    Livnat, M., Beyar, R., and Seliktar, D.
    J Biomed Mater Res A, 75A: 710–722, 2005
  7. MMP-2 sensitive, VEGF-bearing Bioactive Hydrogels for Promotion of Vascular Healing
    Seliktar, D., Zisch, A., Lutolf, M., Wrana, J.L., Hubbell, J.A.
    J Biomed Mater Res A, 68A(4): 704-716, 2004
  8. Controlling the Cellular Organization of Tissue Engineered Cardiac Constructs
    Gonen-Wadmany, M., Gepstein, L., Seliktar, D.
    Annal N Y Acad Sci, 1015:299-311, 2004