Joyce Y. Wong
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Electrically conducting polymers can noninvasively control the shape and growth of mammalian cells.
JY Wong, R Langer, DE Ingber
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 91 (8), 3201-3204, 1994
5461994
Directed movement of vascular smooth muscle cells on gradient-compliant hydrogels
JY Wong, A Velasco, P Rajagopalan, Q Pham
Langmuir 19 (5), 1908-1913, 2003
5022003
Vascular smooth muscle cell durotaxis depends on substrate stiffness gradient strength
BC Isenberg, PA DiMilla, M Walker, S Kim, JY Wong
Biophysical journal 97 (5), 1313-1322, 2009
4012009
Evaluation of polydimethylsiloxane scaffolds with physiologically-relevant elastic moduli: interplay of substrate mechanics and surface chemistry effects on vascular smooth …
XQ Brown, K Ookawa, JY Wong
Biomaterials 26 (16), 3123-3129, 2005
3762005
Surface probe measurements of the elasticity of sectioned tissue, thin gels and polyelectrolyte multilayer films: correlations between substrate stiffness and cell adhesion
AJ Engler, L Richert, JY Wong, C Picart, DE Discher
Surface Science 570 (1), 142-154, 2004
3752004
Balance of chemistry, topography, and mechanics at the cell–biomaterial interface: issues and challenges for assessing the role of substrate mechanics on cell response
JY Wong, JB Leach, XQ Brown
Surface Science 570 (1), 119-133, 2004
3632004
Direct measurement of a tethered ligand-receptor interaction potential
JY Wong, TL Kuhl, JN Israelachvili, N Mullah, S Zalipsky
Science 275 (5301), 820-822, 1997
3021997
Photopolymerization in microfluidic gradient generators: Microscale control of substrate compliance to manipulate cell response
N Zaari, P Rajagopalan, SK Kim, AJ Engler, JY Wong
Advanced Materials 16 (23‐24), 2133-2137, 2004
2952004
Impact of polymer tether length on multiple ligand-receptor bond formation
C Jeppesen, JY Wong, TL Kuhl, JN Israelachvili, N Mullah, S Zalipsky, ...
Science 293 (5529), 465-468, 2001
2632001
Surface functionalization of single superparamagnetic iron oxide nanoparticles for targeted magnetic resonance imaging
E Amstad, S Zurcher, A Mashaghi, JY Wong, M Textor, E Reimhult
Small 5 (11), 1334-1342, 2009
2472009
Neurite outgrowth and branching of PC12 cells on very soft substrates sharply decreases below a threshold of substrate rigidity
JB Leach, XQ Brown, JG Jacot, PA DiMilla, JY Wong
Journal of neural engineering 4 (2), 26, 2007
2432007
Influence of type I collagen surface density on fibroblast spreading, motility, and contractility
C Gaudet, WA Marganski, S Kim, CT Brown, V Gunderia, M Dembo, ...
Biophysical journal 85 (5), 3329-3335, 2003
2392003
Direct force measurements of the streptavidin–biotin interaction
J Wong, A Chilkoti, VT Moy
Biomolecular engineering 16 (1), 45-55, 1999
2381999
Polymer-cushioned bilayers. I. A structural study of various preparation methods using neutron reflectometry
JY Wong, J Majewski, M Seitz, CK Park, JN Israelachvili, GS Smith
Biophysical journal 77 (3), 1445-1457, 1999
2381999
Rheological monitoring of polyacrylamide gelation: Importance of cross-link density and temperature
D Calvet, JY Wong, S Giasson
Macromolecules 37 (20), 7762-7771, 2004
2222004
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
1972006
Structure–function–property–design interplay in biopolymers: Spider silk
O Tokareva, M Jacobsen, M Buehler, J Wong, DL Kaplan
Acta biomaterialia 10 (4), 1612-1626, 2014
1692014
Biomaterials for Tissue Engineering
AL Plant, CE Schmidt, L Shea, AJ Coury, CS Chen
Materials Research Society, 2004
168*2004
Tunable silk: using microfluidics to fabricate silk fibers with controllable properties
ME Kinahan, E Filippidi, S Köster, X Hu, HM Evans, T Pfohl, DL Kaplan, ...
Biomacromolecules 12 (5), 1504-1511, 2011
1582011
Structural studies of polymer-cushioned lipid bilayers
J Majewski, JY Wong, CK Park, M Seitz, JN Israelachvili, GS Smith
Biophysical journal 75 (5), 2363-2367, 1998
1571998
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