Publications of Marcelo J. Salierno

Journal Article (9)

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Zhao, S.; Fan, W. Q.; Guo, X.; Xue, L.; Berninger, B.; Salierno, M. J.; del Campo, A.: Microenvironments to study migration and somal translocation in cortical neurons. Biomaterials 156, pp. 238 - 247 (2018)
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Farrukh, A.; Paez, J. I.; Salierno, M.; Fan, W. Q.; Beminger, B.; del Campo, A.: Bifunctional Poly(acrylamide) Hydrogels through Orthogonal Coupling Chemistries. Biomacromolecules 18 (3), pp. 906 - 913 (2017)
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Farrukh, A.; Paez, J. I.; Salierno, M.; del Campo, A.: Bioconjugating Thiols to Poly(acrylamide) Gels for Cell Culture Using Methylsulfonyl Co-monomers. Angewandte Chemie International Edition 55 (6), pp. 2092 - 2096 (2016)
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Pham, J. T.; Xue, L.; del Campo, A.; Salierno, M.: Guiding cell migration with microscale stiffness patterns and undulated surfaces. Acta Biomaterialia 38, pp. 106 - 115 (2016)
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Salierno, M. J.; Garcia-Fernandez, L.; Carabelos, N.; Kiefer, K.; Garcia, A. J.; del Campo, A.: Phototriggered fibril-like environments arbitrate cell escapes and migration from endothelial monolayers. Biomaterials 82, pp. 113 - 123 (2016)
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Iturri, J.; Garcia-Fernandez, L.; Reuning, U.; Garcia, A. J.; del Campo, A.; Salierno, M. J.: Synchronized cell attachment triggered by photo-activatable adhesive ligands allows QCM-based detection of early integrin binding. Scientific Reports 5, 9533 (2015)
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Salierno, M. J.; Garcia, A. J.; del Campo, A.: Photo-Activatable Surfaces for Cell Migration Assays. Advanced Functional Materials 23 (48), pp. 5974 - 5980 (2013)
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Wirkner, M.; Alonso, J. M.; Maus, V.; Salierno, M.; Lee, T. T.; Garcia, A. J.; del Campo, A.: Triggered Cell Release from Materials Using Bioadhesive Photocleavable Linkers. Advanced Materials 23 (34), pp. 3907 - 3910 (2011)
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Wirkner, M.; Weis, S.; San Miguel, V.; Alvarez, M.; Gropeanu, R. A.; Salierno, M.; Sartoris, A.; Unger, R. E.; Kirkpatrick, C. J.; del Campo, A.: Photoactivatable Caged Cyclic RGD Peptide for Triggering Integrin Binding and Cell Adhesion to Surfaces. ChemBioChem 12 (17), pp. 2623 - 2629 (2011)
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