J-194. Aligned skeletal muscle assembly on a biofunctionalized plant leaf scaffold. Junsu Yun, Samantha Robertson, Chanul Kim, Masatoshi Suzuki, William L. Murphy, Padma Gopalan. Acta Biomaterialia, vol 171; 327-335, Nov 2023

J-193. Spatial alignment of organoids tracking subclonal chemo-therapy resistance in pancreatic and ampullary cancer. S. Hossan, E.S. Lin, E. Riedl, A. Stram, E. Mehlhaff, L. Koeppel, J. Warner, I. Uko, L. Mankowski Gettle, S. Lubner, S. McGregor, W. Zhang, W.L. Murphy, J. Kratz. Bioengineering, 2023, Jan 10;10(1):91.


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J-192. Therapeutic approaches to activate the canonical Wnt pathway for bone regeneration. L. Nelson, G. Fontana, E. Miclau, M. Rongstad, W.L. Murphy, J. Huard, N. Ehrhart, C. Bahney. J Tissue Eng Regen Med. 2022 Nov; 16(11): 961–976.

J-191. A Localized Materials-Based Strategy to Non-Virally Deliver Chondroitinase ABC mRNA Improves Hindlimb Function in a Rat Spinal Cord Injury Model. Khalil AS, Hellenbrand D, Reichl K, Umhoefer J, Filipp M, Choe J, Hanna A, Murphy WL. Advanced Healthcare Materials 2022 Jul 26:e2200206. doi: 10.1002/adhm.202200206. Online ahead of print. PMID: 35882512

J-190. VEGF-attenuated platelet rich plasma improves therapeutic effect on cartilage repair. J.S. Lee, P. Guo, K. Klett, M. Hall, K. Sinha, S. Ravuri, J. Huard, W.L. Murphy. 2022, Biomaterials Science. Mar 29. doi: 10.1039/d1bm01873f.

J-189. Local application of mineral-coated microparticles loaded with VEGF and BMP-2 induces the healing of murine atrophic non-unions. Orth, T. Fritz, J. Stutz, C. Scheuer, B. Ganse, Y. Bulinger, J.S. Lee, W. L. Murphy, M. W. Laschke, M. D. Menger, T. Pohlemann.  Frontiers in Bioengineering and Biotechnology, 2022; Jan 11, 9: 809397.

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J-181. Engineered perineural vascular plexus for modeling developmental toxicity. G. Kaushik, K. Gupta, V. Harms, E. Torr, J.Evans, H.J. Johnson, C. Soref, S. Acevedo-Acevedo, J. Antosiewicz-Bourget, D. Mamott, P. Uhl, B.P. Johnson, S.P. Palacek, D.J. Beebe, J.A. Thomson, W.T. Daly, W.L. Murphy. Advanced Healthcare Materials, 2020;9:e20000825.

J-180. Single dose mRNA therapy via biomaterial-mediated sequestration of overexpressed proteins. A.S. Khalil, X. Yu, J.M. Umhoefer, G.M. Diarrad, T.A. Hacker, W.L. Murphy. Science Advances, 2020;6:eaba2422.

J-179. Sustained release and protein stabilization reduce the growth factor dosage required for human pluripotent stem cell expansion. A.S. Khalil, A.W. Xie, H. Johnson, W.L. Murphy. Biomaterials, 2020; 248:120007.

J-178. Synthetic alternatives to Matrigel. E. Aisenbrey, W.L. Murphy. Nature Reviews Materials, 2020; 5: 539-551

J-177. Customized hydrogel substrates for serum-free expansion of functional hMSCs. N.N.T. Le, T.L. Liu, J. Johnston, K. M. Templeton, V. Harms, A. Dias, J. Krutty, H. Lef, P. Gopalan, W. L. Murphy. Biomaterials Science, 2020;8:3819-3829.

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J-176.  Evaluation of PEG-based hydrogel influence on estrogen-receptor-driven responses in MCF7 breast cancer cells M.K. Livingston, M.M. Morgan, W.T Daly, W.L. Murphy, B.P. Johnson, D.J. Beebe, M. Virumbrales-Munoz. ACS Biomaterials Science and Engineering, 2019; 5: 6089-6098.

J-175. Mineral-Coated Microparticles Enhance mRNA-Based Transfection of Human Bone Marrow Cells Fontana G, Martin HL, Lee JS, Schill K, Hematti P, Murphy WL. Mol Ther Nucleic Acids,  2019 Dec 6;18:455-464

J-174.  3-D culture and endothelial cells improve maturity of human pluripotent stem cell-derived hepatocytes Ardalani H, Sengupta S, Harms V, Vickerman V, Thomson JA, Murphy WL.  Acta Biomaterialia, 2019 Sep 1;95:371-381

J-173. Assessment of drug-induced toxicity biomarkers in the brain microphysiological system (MPS) using targeted and untargeted molecular profiling S.G. Mina, B. Alaybeyoglu, W.L. Murphy, J.A. Thomson, C.L. Stokes, M. Cirit. Frontiers in Big Data, 2019; 2: 23.

J-172. Injectable biomaterials for delivery of interleukin-1 receptor antagonist: Toward improving its therapeutic effect Clements AEB, Murphy WL.  Acta Biomaterialia, 2019 Jul 15;93:123-134

J-171.  A microparticle approach for non-viral gene delivery within 3D human mesenchymal stromal cell aggregates Khalil AS, Yu X, Dang PN, Alsberg E, Murphy WL. Acta Biomaterialia, 2019 Sep 1;95:408-417

J-170.  Neurovascular organotypic culture models using induced pluripotent stem cells to assess adverse chemical exposure outcomes E.H. Nguyen, M.L.J. Dombroe, D.L. Fisk, W.T.Daly, C.M. Sorenson, W.L. Murphy, N. Sheibani. Applied In Vitro Toxicology, 2019; 5: 92-110.

J-169. Sustained interleukin-10 delivery reduces inflammation and improves motor function after spinal cord injury Hellenbrand DJ, Reichl KA, Travis BJ, Filipp ME, Khalil AS, Pulito DJ, Gavigan AV, Maginot ER, Arnold MT, Adler AG, Murphy WL, Hanna AS.J Neuroinflammation, 2019 Apr 30;16(1):93

J-168.  A reliable and reproducible critical-sized segmental femoral defect model in rats stabilized with a custom external fixator B. Kerzner, H.L. Martin, M. Weiser, G. Fontana, N. Russell, W.L. Murphy, E.A. Lund, C.J. Doro. Journal of Visualized Experiments (145), e59206, doi:10.3791/59206 (2019) 

J-167. VEGF-loaded mineral coated microparticles improve bone repair and are associated with increased expression of EPO and RUNX-2 in murine non-unions M. Orth, A.K. Shenar, C. Scheuer, B.J. Braun, S.C. Herath, J.H. Holstein, T. Histing, X.Yu, W.L. Murphy, T. Pohlemann, M.W. Laschke, M.D. Menger.  Journal of Orthopedic Research, 2019 Apr;37(4):821-831

J-166. Engineered biomaterials to mitigate growth factor cost in cell biomanufacturing A.W. Xie,W.L. Murphy. Current Opinion in Biomedical EngineeringEpub,Vol10;June 2019,1-10 

J-165. Quantitative label-free imaging of three-dimensional vascular networks self-assembled in synthetic hydrogels G. Kaushik, D.A. Gil, E. Torr, E.S. Berge, C.Soref, P. Uhl, G. Fontana, J. Antosiewicz-Bourget, C. Edington, M.P. Schwartz, L.G. Griffith, J.A. Thomson, M.C. Skala, W.T. Daly, W.L. Murphy.  Advanced Healthcare Materials, Epub Dec 2018, 2019, Jan 8(2),e1801186 

J-164. Synthetic, chemically-defined polymer-coated microcarriers for the expansion of human mesenchymal stem cells J. Krutty, W.L. Murphy, P. Gopalan.  Macromolecular Bioscience, 2019; 19,1800299

J-163. Dynamic, bioresponsive hydrogels via changes in DNA aptamer conformation S.W. Bae, J.S. Lee, W.L. Murphy. Macromolecular Bioscience, 2019;19,1800353 

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J-162. Addition of mineral coated microparticles to soluble interleukin-1 receptor antagonist injected subcutaneously improves and extends systemic interleukin-1 inhibition Anna EB Clements, Ellen M Leiferman, Connie S Chamberlain, Ray Vanderby, William L Murphy.  Advanced Therapeutics Nov 2018,1800048

J-161. Customizable biomaterials as tools for advanced anti-angiogenic drug discovery E.H. Nguyen, W.L. Murphy. Biomaterials, 2018; 181: 53-66

J-160.  Microparticles locally deliver active interleukin-1 receptor antagonist in vivo A.E. Clements, C.S. Chamberlain, R. Vanderby, W.L. Murphy. Advanced Healthcare Materials, 2018;7: e1800263

J-159.  Two methods for decellularization of plant tissues for tissue engineering applications M. Adamski, G. Fontana, J.R. Gershlak, G.R. Gaudette, H.D. Le, W.L. Murphy. Journal of Visualized Experiments, 2018; 135 

J-158. Combination of heparin binding peptide and heparin cell surface coatings for mesenchymal stem cell spheroid assembly. J. Lei, W.L. Murphy, J.S. Temenoff. Bioconjugate Chemistry, 2018; 29: 878-884

J-157.  Dual non-viral gene delivery from microparticles within 3D high-density stem cell constructs for enhanced bone tissue engineering. A. McMillan, M.K. Nguyen, T.  Gonzalez-Fernandez, P. Ge, X. Yu, W.L. Murphy, D.J. Kelly, E. Alsberg.  Biomaterials, 2018; 161: 240-255

J-156.   Bioengineering solutions for manufacturing challenges in CAR T cells N.J. Piscopo, K.P. Mueller, A. Das, P. Hematti, W.L. Murphy, S.P. Palecek, C.M. Capitini, K. Saha. Biotechnology Journal, 2018; 13(2)

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J-155.  Impacts of Interleukin-17 neutralization on the inflammatory response in a healing ligament A.E. Clements, C.S. Chamberlain, E.M. Leiferman, W.L. Murphy, R. Vanderby.  Journal of Cytokine Biology, 2017 May;2(1).

J-154. Uniform neural tissue models produced on synthetic hydrogels using standard culture techniques M.P. Schwartz, N. Propson, Z. Hou, J. Zhang, B.K. Nguyen, J. Bolin, P. Jiang, R. Stewart, J.A. Thomson, W.L. Murphy.  Experimental Biology and Medicine, 2017 Nov;242(17):1679-1689.

J-153.   Nanostructured mineral coatings stabilize proteins for therapeutic delivery X. Yu, A.H. Biedrzycki, A.S. Khalil, D. Hess, M.D. Markel, W.L. Murphy. Advanced Materials, 2017 Sep;29(33).

J-152.  Microcarriers with synthetic hydrogel surfaces for stem cell expansion  A. Dias, J. Elicson, W.L. Murphy. Advanced Healthcare Materials, 2017 Aug;6(16).

J-151. Level-Specific Amputations and Resulting Regenerative Outcomes in the Mouse Distal Phalanx C. Chamberlain, J. Jeffery, E. Leiferman, T. Yildirim, X. Sun, G. Baer, W.L. Murphy, R. Vanderby. Wound Repair and Regeneration, 2017 May, 25(3):443-453.

J-150.   Biofunctionalized plants as diverse biomaterials for human cell culture G. Fontana, J. Gershlak, M. Adamski, J.S. Lee, S. Matsumoto, H.D. Le, B. Binder, J. Wirth, G. Gaudette, W.L. Murphy. Advanced Healthcare Materials, 2017 Apr;6(8).

J-149.    Functionalization of microparticles with mineral coatings enhances non-viral transfection of primary human cells A.S. Khalil, X. Yu, A.W. Xie, G. Fontana, J. Umhoefer, H.J. Johnson, T. Hookway , T.C. McDevitt, W.L. Murphy. Scientific Reports, 2017; 7: 14211

J-148. Controlled self-assembly of stem cell aggregates instructs pluripotency and lineage bias  A.W. Xie, B.Y.K. Binder, A.S. Khalil, S.K. Schmitt, H.J. Johnson, N.A. Zacharias, W.L. Murphy. Scientific Reports, 2017; 7: 14070

J-147.  Versatile synthetic alternatives to matrigel for vascular toxicity screening and stem cell expansion E. H. Nguyen, W.T. Daly, N.N. Le, D.G. Belair, M.P. Schwartz, C.S. Lebakken, G.E. Ananiev, M.A. Saghiri, T. Knudsen, N. Sheibani, W.L. Murphy. Nature Biomedical Engineering, 2017; 1: 0096

J-146. Functional characterization of human pluripotent stem cell-derived arterial endothelial cells J. Zhang, L.F. Chu, Z. Hou, M.P. Schwartz, T. Hacker, V.V. Kelley, S.A. Swanson, N. Leng, B.K. Nguyen, A. Elwell, J.M. Bolin, M. Brown, R. Stewart, W.J. Burlingham, W.L. Murphy, J.A. Thomson. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 2017; 114: E6072-E6078

J-145.  Endochondral ossification in critical-sized bone defects via readily implantable scaffold-free stem cell constructs  P.N. Dang, S. Herberg, D. Varghai, H. Riazi, D. Varghai, A. McMillan, A. Awadallah, L.M. Phillips, O. Jeon, M.K. Nguyen, N. Dwivedi, X. Yu, W.L. Murphy, E. Alsberg.  Stem Cells Translational Medicine. 2017; 6; 1644-1659

J-144.  Specific recruitment of circulating angiogenic cells using biomaterials as filters M. Parlato, J. Molenda, W.L. Murphy. Acta Biomaterialia. 2017; 56: 65-79.

J-143.  A genome-wide analysis of vascular morphogenesis for human pluripotent stem cell-derived endothelial cells cultured in synthetic hydrogels compared to standard 2D or 3D culture platforms.  J. Zhang, Z. Hou, Y. Bai, H. Ardalani, S. Swanson, V. Ruotti, A. Elwell, B.K. Nguyen, J. Bolin, R. Stewart, J.A. Thomson, M.P. Schwartz, W.L. Murphy. Stem Cell Reports, 2017; 8: 907-918.

J-142.  The influence of biomaterials on cytokine production in 3D cultures M.C. Regier, S.I. Montanez-Sauri, M.P. Schwartz, W.L. Murphy, D.J. Beebe, K.E. Sung. Biomacromolecules, 2017; 18: 709-718.

J-141. Mineral binding peptides with enhanced binding stability in serum  X. Yu, J.S. Lee, A.J. Wagoner-Johnson, W.L. Murphy. Biomaterials Science, 2017, 5, 663–668.

J-140.  Crossing kingdoms: using decellularized plants as perfusable tissue engineering scaffolds  J. Gershlak, S. Hernandez, G. Fontana, L. Perreault, K. Hansen, S. Larson, B. Binder, D. Dolivo, T. Yang, T. Dominko, M. Rolle, P. Weathers, F. Medina-Bolivar, C. Cramer, W.L. Murphy, G. Gaudette. Biomaterials, 2017; 125: 13-22.

J-139. Restenosis Inhibition and Re-differentiation of TGFβ/Smad3-activated Smooth Muscle Cells by Resveratrol Y. Zhu, T. Takayama, B. Wang, A. Kent, M. Zhang, B. Binder, G. Urabe, Y. Shi, D. DiRenzo, S. Goel, Y. Zhou, C. Little, D. Roenneburg, X. Shi, L. Li, W.L. Murphy, C. Kent, J. Ke, L.W. Guo. Scientific Reports, 2017; 7: 41916.

J-138. Immune modulation with primed mesenchymal stem cells delivered via biodegradable scaffold to repair an Achilles tendon segmental defect E. Aktas, C.S. Chamberlain, E.E. Saether, S.E. Duenwald-Kuehl, J. Kondratko-Mittnacht, M. Stitgen, J.S. Lee, A.E. Clements, W.L. Murphy, R. Vanderby. Journal of Orthopedic Research. 2017; 35: 269-280.

J-137.  BMP-2-coated mineral coated microparticles improve bone repair in atrophic non-unions M. Orth, N. Kruse, B. Braun, C. Scheuer, J.H. Holstein, A. Khalil, X. Yu, W.L. Murphy, T. Pohlemann, M.W. Laschke, M.D. Menger.  eCM Journal. 2017; 33: 1-12.

J-136.  Microstructural control of modular peptide release from microporous biphasic calcium phosphate.   S.J. Polak, J.S. Lee, W.L. Murphy, S. Tadier, L. Grémillard, I.V. Lightcap, A.J. Wagoner Johnson.  Materials Science and Engineering C. 2017; 72: 268-277.

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B-2. Ed. Handbook of Biomaterial Properties W.L. Murphy Ed. Springer, 2016.

J-135. Tissue engineering and regenerative approaches to improving the healing of large bone defects  S. Verrier, M. Alini, E. Alsberg, S. Buchman, D. Kelly, M. Laschke, M. Menger, W.L. Murphy, C. Schutz, T. Miclau, M. Stoddart, C. Evans. eCM Journal, 2016; 32: 87-110.

J-134.  Human iPSC-derived endothelial cell sprouting assay in synthetic hydrogel arrays. D.G. Belair, M.P. Schwartz, T. Knudsen, W.L. Murphy. Acta Biomaterialia. 2016; 39: 12-24.

J-133. Immune modulation with primed mesenchymal stem cells delivered via biodegradable scaffold to repair an Achilles tendon segmental defect E. Aktas, C.S. Chamberlain, E.E. Saether, S.E. Duenwald-Kuehl, J. Kondratko-Mittnacht, M. Stitgen, J.S. Lee, A.E. Clements, W.L. Murphy, R. Vanderby.  Journal of Orthopedic Research, 2017 Feb;35(2):269-280.

J-132. Differential regulation of angiogenesis using degradable VEGF-binding microspheres D.G. Belair, M.J. Miller, S. Wang, S.R. Darjatmokon, N. Sheibani, W.L. Murphy.  Biomaterials, 2016 Jul;93:27-37.

J 131. Regulating VEGF signaling in platelet concentrates via specific VEGF sequestering D.G. Belair, N.N.T. Le, W.L. Murphy. Biomaterials Science

J-130. Stable engineered vascular networks from human induced pluripotent stem cell-derived endothelial cells cultured in synthetic hydrogels M.R. Zanotelli, H. Ardalani, J. Zhang, Z. Hou, E.H. Nguyen, S. Swanson, B.K. Nguyen, J. Bolin, L. Bischel, A.W. Xie, R. Stewart, D.J. Beebe, J.A. Thomson, M.P. Schwartz, W.L. Murphy. Acta Biomaterialia, 2016 Apr 15;35:32-41. 

J-129. Sustained release of neurotrophin-3 via calcium phosphate coated sutures promotes axonal regeneration after spinal cord injury  A. Hanna, D. Thompson, D. Hellenbrand, J.S. Lee, C. Madura, M. Wesley, N. Dillon, T. Sharma, C. Enright, W.L. Murphy. Journal of Neuroscience Research, 2016 Jul;94(7):645-52.

J-128. Guiding chondrogenesis and osteogenesis with mineral-coated hydroxyapatite and BMP-2 incorporated within high-density hMSC aggregates for bone regeneration  P. Dang, N. Dwivedi, X. Yu, L. Phillips, C. Bowerman, W.L. Murphy, E. Alsberg. ACS Biomaterials Science and Engineering, 2016, 2, 1, 30-42

J-127. Hydrogel arrays formed via differential wettability patterning enable combinatorial screening of stem cell behavior  N.N.T. Le, S. Zorn, S.K. Schmitt, P. Gopalan, W.L. Murphy. Acta Biomaterialia 2016; 34: 93–103.

J-126. Mineral particles modulate osteo-chondrogenic differentiation of embryonic stem cell aggregates   Y. Wang, X. Yu, C. Baker, W.L. Murphy, T.C. McDevitt. Acta Biomaterialia, 2016; 29: 42–51

J-125. Controlled growth factor delivery from microparticles incorporated within hMSC aggregates for enhanced bone tissue engineering via endochondral ossification  P. Dang, L. Solorio, S. Herberg, N. Dwivedi, L. Phillips, C. Bowerman, X. Yu, W.L. Murphy, E. Alsberg. Stem Cells Translational Medicine, 2016; 5: 206-217. 

J-124. Peptide conjugation to a polymer coating via native chemical ligation of azlactones for cell culture  S.K. Schmitt, D. Trebatowski, J.D. Krutty, A.W. Xie, B. Rollins, W.L. Murphy, P. Gopalan. Biomacromolecules, 2016 Mar 14;17(3):1040-7.

J-123. Hydrogel arrays formed via differential wettability patterning enable combinatorial screening of stem cell behavior.   N.N.T. Le, S. Zorn, S.K. Schmitt, P. Gopalan, W.L. Murphy. Acta Biomaterialia, 2016 Apr 1;34:93-103.

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B-1.  Mimicking the Extracellular Matrix: The Intersection of Matrix Biology and Biomaterials  G.A. Hudalla and W.L. Murphy. Royal Society of Chemistry, 2015.

J-122. Human induced pluripotent stem cell derived neuronal cells cultured on chemically-defined hydrogels for sensitive in vitro detection of botulinum neurotoxin   S. Pellett, M.P. Schwartz, W.H. Tepp, R. Josephson, J.M. Scherf, C.L. Pier, J.A. Thomson, W.L. Murphy, Eric A. Johnson.  Scientific Reports, 2015, Sept 28

J-121. Human pluripotent stem cell-derived neural constructs for predictive neurotoxicity M.P. Schwartz, Z. Hou, N.E. Propson, J. Zhang, V.S. Costa, P. Jiang, B.K. Nguyen, J. Bolin, C. Engstrom, W. Daly, Y. Wang, R. Stewart, C.D. Page, W.L. Murphy, J.A. Thomson. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 2015, September 21.

J-120. Spatially organized differentiation of mesenchymal stem cells within biphasic microparticle-incorporated high cell density osteochondral tissues L.D. Solorio, L.M. Phillips, A. McMillan, C.W. Cheng, P.N. Dang, J.E. Samorezov, X. Yu, W.L. Murphy, E. Alsberg.  Advanced Healthcare Materials, 2015 Oct 28;4(15):2306-13.

J-119. α/β-Peptide foldamers targeting intracellular protein-protein interactions with activity in living cells    J.W. Checco, E.F. Lee, M. Evangelista, N.J. Sleebs, K. Rogers, A. Pettikiriarachchi, N.J. Kershaw, G.A. Eddinger, D.G. Belair, J.L. Wilson, C.H. Eller, R.T. Raines, W.L. Murphy, B.J. Smith, S.H. Gellman, W.D. Fairlie.  Journal of the American Chemical Society, 2015; 137: 11365-11375

J-118. Polyethylene glycol coatings on plastic substrates for chemically defined stem cell culture.  S.K. Schmitt, A.W. Xie, R.M. Ghassemi, D.J. Trebatoski, W.L. Murphy, P. Gopalan. Advanced Healthcare Materials

J-117. In vivo measures of shear wave speed as a predictor of tendon elasticity and strength  J.A. Martin, A.H. Biedrzycki, S.H. Brounts, W.L. Murphy, M.D. Markel, R.J. DeWall, K.S. Lee, D.G. Thelen. Ultrasound in Medicine and Biology, 2015, Oct, 41;10:P2722-2730.

J-116. How does the pathophysiological context influence delivery of bone growth factors?  X. Yu, D. Suarez-Gonzalez, A.S. Khalil, W.L. Murphy.  Advanced Drug Delivery Reviews, 2015, April, vol 84,Pages 68-84.

J-115.  Human vascular tissue models formed from human induced pluripotent stem cell derived endothelial cells.  D.G. Belair, J.A. Whisler, J. Valdez, J. Velazquez, J.A. Molenda, V. Vickerman, R. Lewis, C. Daigh, T.D. Hansen, D.A. Mann, J.A. Thomson, L.G. Griffith, R.D. Kamm, M.P. Schwartz, W.L. Murphy. Stem Cell Reviews and Reports, 2015 Jun;11(3):511-25.

J-114.  Targeting diverse protein-protein interaction interfaces with α/β-peptides derived from the Z-domain scaffold.  J.W. Checco, D.F. Kreitler, N.C. Thomas, D.G. Belair, N.J. Rettko, W.L. Murphy, K.T. Forest, S.H. Gellman.  Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 2015 Apr 14;112(15):4552-7.

J-113. Effects of BMP-12 releasing sutures on Achilles tendon healing. C.S. Chamberlain, J.S. Lee, E.M. Leiferman, N.X. Maassen, G.S. Baer, R. Vanderby, W.L. Murphy. Tissue Engineering A, 2015; 21: 916-27.

J-112.  Biomineral coating increases in vivo bone formation by ex-vivo BMP-7 gene therapy in rapid prototyped poly (L-lactic acid) (PLLA) and poly (ε-caprolactone) (PCL) porous scaffolds  E. Saito, D. Suarez-Gonzalez, W.L. Murphy, S.J. Hollister.  Advanced Healthcare Materials, 2015; 4: 621-632.

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J-111.  Design of growth factor sequestering biomaterials  D.G. Belair, N.N. Le, W.L. Murphy. Design of growth factor sequestering biomaterials. Chemical Communications, 2014; 50: 15651-15668.

J-110.  3-D scaffold platform for optimized non-viral transfection of multipotent stem cells X. Yu, W.L. Murphy. Journal of Materials Chemistry B, 2014; 2: 8186-8193.

J-109. Substratum-induced differentiation of human pluripotent stem cells reveals coactivator YAP as a potent regulator of neuronal specification S. Musah, P.J. Wrighton, Y. Zaltsman, X. Zhong, S. Zorn, M.B. Parlato, C. Hsiao, S.P. Palecek, Q. Chang, W.L. Murphy, L.L. Kiessling. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 2014; 111: 13805-13810.

J-108. A rapamycin-releasing perivascular polymeric sheath produces highly effective inhibition of intimal hyperplasia  Yu X, Takayama T, Goel SA, Shi X, Zhou Y, Kent KC, Murphy WL, Guo LW.  Journal of Controlled Release, 2014; 191: 47–53.

J-107.  Controlled multiple growth factor delivery from bone tissue engineering scaffolds  D. Suarez-Gonzalez, J.S. Lee, A. Diggs, Y. Lu, B. Nemke, M. Markel, S.J. Hollister, W.L. Murphy.  Tissue Engineering A, 2014;15:2077-87.

J-106.  Serum-dependence of affinity-mediatedVEGF release from biomimetic microspheres  D.G. Belair, A.S. Khalil, W.L. Murphy. Biomacromolecules, 2014;15:2038-48.

J-105.  Multilayered Inorganic Microparticles for Tunable Dual Growth Factor Delivery  X. Yu, A.S. Khalil, P.N. Dang, E. Alsberg, W.L. Murphy. Advanced Functional Materials, 2014;20:3082-93.

J-104. Interleukin-1 Receptor Antagonist Modulates Inflammation and Scarring after Ligament Injury   C. Chamberlain, E. Leiferman, S. Brickson, G. Baer, W.L. Murphy, R. Vanderby. Connective Tissue Research, 2014;3:177-86.

J-103.  Poly(ethylene glycol) hydrogels with adaptable mechanical and degradation properties for biomedical applications   M. Parlato, Sarah Reichert, Neal Barney, W.L. Murphy. Macromolecular Bioscience, 2014; 14: 687-698.

J-102.  Materials as stem cell regulators  W.L. Murphy, T.C. McDevitt, A.J. Engler. Nature Materials, 2014; 13: 547-557.

J-101. Cationic peptide exposure enhances pulsed-electric-field-mediated membrane disruption  S.M. Kennedy, K.A. Beres, A.R. Hahn, S.J. Kamin, S.C. Hagness, J.H. Booske, W.L. Murphy. PLoS One, 2014;9;e92528.

J-100.  Micropatterning of 3D microenvironments for living biosensor applications  W.F. Hynes, N.J. Doty, T.I. Zarembinski, M.P. Schwartz, M.W. Toepke, W.L. Murphy, S.K. Atzet, R. Clark, J.A. Melendez, N.C. Cady. Biosensors, 2014;4:28-44.

J-99. Biomaterial arrays with defined adhesion ligand densities and matrix stiffness identify distinct phenotypes for tumorigenic and non-tumorigenic human mesenchymal cell types  T. Hansen, J.T. Koepsel,  N.N. Le, E.H. Nguyen, S. Zorn, M. Parlato, S.G. Loveland, M.P. Schwartz, W.L. Murphy. Biomaterials Science, 2014;5:745-56.

J-98.  Context clues: the importance of stem cell-material interactions  A.S. Khalil, A.W. Xie, W.L. Murphy. ACS Chemical Biology, 2014;9:45-56.

J-97. Differential effects of cell adhesion, modulus and VEGFR-2 inhibition on capillary network formation in synthetic hydrogel arrays  E.H. Nguyen, M. Zanotelli, M.P. Schwartz, W.L. Murphy. Biomaterials, 2014; 35: 2149-2161.

J-96. A human pluripotent stem cell platform for assessing developmental neural toxicity screening  Z. Hou, J. Zhang, M.P. Schwartz, R. Stewart, C.D. Page, W.L. Murphy, J.A. Thomson.  Stem Cell Research and Therapy, 2013;4.

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J-95. A Quantitative Comparison of Human HT-1080 Fibrosarcoma Cells and Primary Human Dermal Fibroblasts Identifies a 3D Migration Mechanism with Properties Unique to the Transformed Phenotype  Michael P. Schwartz, Robert E. Rogers, Samir P. Singh, Justin Y. Lee, Samuel G. Loveland, Justin T. Koepsel, Eric S. Witze, Sara I. Montanez-Sauri, Kyung E. Sung, Emi Y. Tokuda, Yasha Sharma, Lydia M. Everhart, Eric H. Nguyen, Muhammad H. Zaman, David J. Beebe, Natalie G. Ahn, William L. Murphy, and Kristi S. Anseth. PLoS One, 2013; 8: e81689.

J-94.  Engineering the Emergence of Stem Cell Therapeutics  K.E. Healy, T.C. McDevitt, W.L. Murphy, R.M. Nerem. Science Translational Medicine, 2013;5:207.

J-93.  Adaptable poly(ethylene glycol) microspheres capable of mixed mode degradation   M. Parlato, A. Johnson, G.A. Hudalla, W.L. Murphy. Acta Biomaterialia, 2013; 9: 9270–9280.

J-92. Specific VEGF sequestering to biomaterials: influence of serum stability  D. Belair, W.L. Murphy.  Acta Biomaterialia 2013;9: 8823–8831.

J-91.  Crystal structures of CaSiO3 polymorphs control growth and osteogenic differentiation of human mesenchymal stem cells on bioceramic surfaces  Nianli A. Zhang, James A. Molenda, William L. Murphy, Steven Mankoci, Xianfeng Zhou, Nita Sahai. Biomaterials Science, 2013;1:1101-1110.

J-90.  Interleukin expression after injury and the effects of interleukin-1 receptor antagonist  C.S. Chamberlain, E.M. Leiferman, K.E. Frisch, S.L. Brickson, W.L. Murphy, G.S. Baer, R. Vanderby. PLoS One 2013;8:e71631.

J-89.  Use of micro-computed tomography to non-destructively characterize biomineral coatings on solid freeform fabricated poly (L-lactic acid) and poly (ε-caprolactone) scaffolds in vitro and in vivo  E. Saito, D. Suarez-Gonzalez, R. Rao, J. Stegemann, W.L. Murphy, S.J. Hollister. Tissue Engineering Part C Methods, 2013;19:507-517.

J-88.   Structure, function, and development of blood vessels: lessons for tissue engineering    H. Ardalani, A. Assadi, W.L. Murphy. In:  Engineering in Translational Medicine, W. Cai, Editor.

J-87.   Hydrogels for Autologous Stem Cell Recruitment    M.B. Parlato, W.L. Murphy. In: Hydrogels in Cell-Based Therapies, I. Hamley, C. Connon, Eds.

J-86. Characterization of thiol-ene crosslinked PEG hydrogels  M.W. Toepke, N.A. Impellitteri, J.M. Theisen, W.L. Murphy.  Macromolecular Materials and Engineering, 2013; 298: 699-703.

J-85.  High affinity binding of an engineered, modular peptide to bone tissue  S.H. Brounts, J.S. Lee, S. Weinberg, S.K. Lan Levengood, E.L. Smith, W.L. Murphy. Molecular Pharmaceutics, 2013;10:2086-90.

J-84. A screening approach reveals the influence of mineral coating morphology on human mesenchymal stem cell differentiation S.Y. Choi, W.L. Murphy. Biotechnology Journal, 2013; 8: 496-501. (Featured in “In this issue” section of Biotechnology Journal).

J-83.  Inorganic coatings for optimized non-viral transfection of stem cells  S.Y. Choi, X. Yu, L. Jongpaiboonkit, S.J. Hollister, W.L. Murphy.  Scientific Reports, 2013; 3: 1567.

J-82. Functionalizing calcium phosphate biomaterials with antibacterial silver particles  J.S. Lee, W.L. Murphy. Advanced Materials, 2013; 25: 1173–1179.

J-81. Crosslinked PEG mats for peptide immobilization and stem cell adhesion  S.K. Schmitt, W.L. Murphy, P. Gopalan. Journal of Materials Chemistry B 2013, 1, 1349-1360.

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J-80. Biomimetic Hydroxyapatite Materials for Therapeutic Delivery   T. Franklin-Ford, J.S. Lee, D. Suarez-Gonzalez, W.L. Murphy. CRC Handbook of Hydroxyapatite for Biomedical Applications. S. Zhang, Ed., 2012.

J-79. Arrays of topographically and peptide-functionalized hydrogels for analysis of biomimetic extracellular matrix properties   M.J. Wilson, Y. Jiang, B. Yanez-Soto, S.J. Liliensiek, W.L. Murphy, P.F. Nealey. Journal of Vacuum Science and Technology B, 2012; 30: 06F903-1-06F903-7.

J-78. Moving from static to dynamic complexity in hydrogel design   J.A. Burdick, W.L. Murphy.  Nature Communications, 2012; 3: 1269.

J-77.  Tracking injectable microspheres in dynamic tissues with encapsulated superparamagnetic iron oxide nanoparticles  T. Franklin-Ford Ellis, N. Shah, E. Leiferman, C. Chamberlain, A. Raval, R. Vanderby, W.L. Murphy. Macromolecular Bioscience, 2012; 12: 1615–1621.

J-76. Coating with a modular bone morphogenetic peptide promotes healing of a bone-implant gap in an ovine model   Y. Lu, J.S. Lee, B. Nemke, B.K. Graf, K. Royalty, R. Illgen III, R. Vanderby Jr., M.D. Markel, W.L. Murphy. PLoS One, 2012; 7: e50378.

J-75. The effect of mineral coating morphology on mesenchymal stem cell attachment and expansion   S.Y. Choi, W.L. Murphy. Journal of Materials Chemistry, 2012; 22: 25288-25295.

J-74.  A chemically-defined screening platform reveals behavioral similarities of primary human mesenchymal stem cells and endothelial cells  J.T. Koepsel, S.G. Loveland, M.P. Schwartz, S. Zorn, D.G. Belair, N.N. Le, W.L. Murphy. Integrative Biology, 2012; 4: 1508–1521.

J-73.  Combinatorial screening of chemically-defined human mesenchymal stem cell culture substrates  J.T. Koepsel, P.T. Brown, S.G. Loveland, W.J. Li, W.L. Murphy. Journal of Materials Chemistry, 2012; 22: 19474-19481.

J-72.  Patterned SAM substrates: Efficient, chemically-defined tools for cell biology  J.T. Koepsel, W.L. Murphy. ChemBioChem, 2012; 13:1717-1724.

J-71.  Differential effects of a soluble or immobilized VEGFR-binding peptide   J.T. Koepsel, E.H. Nguyen, W.L. Murphy. Integrative Biology, 2012; 4: 914-924.

J-70.  Regulating specific growth factor signaling using immobilized branched ligands   M.W. Toepke, N.A. Impellitteri, S.K. Lan Levengood, D.S. Boeldt, I.M. Bird, W.L. Murphy. Advanced Healthcare Materials, 2012; 1: 457–460.

J-69.  Extending foldamer design beyond α-helix mimicry: α/β-peptide inhibitors of vascular endothelial growth factor signaling  H.S. Haase, K.J. Peterson-Kaufman, S.K. Lan Levengood, J.W. Checco, W.L. Murphy*. S.H. Gellman*. Journal of the American Chemical Society, 2012; 134: 7652-7655. (Featured in Virtual Issue on “Peptide Chemistry” based on scientific quality and broad appeal).

J-68.  Environmental parameters influence non-viral transfection of human mesenchymal stem cells for tissue engineering applications  W.J. King, N. Kouris, S.Y. Choi, B.M. Ogle, W.L. Murphy.  Cell and Tissue Research, 2012; 347: 689-699.

J-67.  Specific VEGF sequestering and release using peptide-functionalized hydrogel microspheres  N.A. Impellitteri, M.W. Toepke, S.K. Lan Levengood, W.L. Murphy. Biomaterials, 2012; 33: 3475-3484.

J-66.  Mineral coatings modulate β-TCP stability and enable growth factor binding and release  D. Suarez-Gonzalez, J.S. Lee, S.K. Lan Levengood, R. Vanderby Jr., W.L. Murphy.  Acta Biomaterialia, 2012; 8: 1117-1124.

J-65.  Hydrogels with well-defined peptide-hydrogel spacing and concentration: impact on epithelial cell behavior  M.J. Wilson, S.J. Liliensiek, C.J. Murphy, W.L. Murphy, P.F. Nealey. Soft Matter, 2012; 8: 390-398.

J-64.  Controllable mineral coatings on PCL scaffolds as carriers for growth factor release D. Suarez-Gonzalez, K. Barnhart, F. Migneco, L.R. Eichacker, C. Flanagan, S.J. Hollister, W.L. Murphy. Biomaterials, 2012; 33: 713-21.

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J-63.  Surfaces that sequester serum-borne heparin amplify growth factor activity  G.A. Hudalla, J.T. Koepsel, W.L. Murphy.  Advanced Materials, 2011; 23: 5415-5418.

J-62.  Scaffold translation: barriers between concept and clinic  S.J. Hollister, W.L. Murphy.  Tissue Engineering B, 2011; 17: 459-474.

J-61. Mineral Coatings for Temporally Controlled Delivery of Multiple Proteins   J.S. Lee, D. Suarez-Gonzalez, W.L. Murphy.  Advanced Materials, 2011; 23: 4279–4284. (Featured as Frontispiece in Advanced Materials).

J-60. Histologic evaluation of suture material loaded with basic fibroblast growth factor (bFGF) on acute rotator cuff repair in an ovine model   Y. Lu, J.S. Lee, B. Nemke, G. Baer, B. Graf, W.L. Murphy*, M.D. Markel. Current Orthopaedic Practice, 2011; 22: 425-431.  (*Corresponding Author).

J-59. Harnessing endogenous growth factor activity modulates stem cell behavior  G.A. Hudalla, N. Kouris, J.T. Koepsel, B.M. Ogle, W.L. Murphy. Integrative Biology, 2011; 3: 832–842.

J-58.  Chemically well-defined self-assembled monolayers for cell culture: Toward mimicking the natural ECM  G.A. Hudalla, W.L. Murphy. Soft Matter, 2011; 7: 9561 – 9571. (Featured as “Hot Article” in Soft Matter).

J-57.  Biomaterials that Regulate Growth Factor Activity via Bioinspired Interactions  G.A. Hudalla, W.L. Murphy. Advanced Functional Materials, 2011; 21: 1754-1768. (Featured in as “very important and very urgent”).

J-56.  Emerging area: Biomaterials that mimic and exploit protein motion  W.L. Murphy. Soft Matter, 2011; 7: 3679-3688. (Featured as “Hot Article” in Soft Matter).

J-55.  Biomimetic approaches to control soluble protein concentration gradients in biomaterials  E. Nguyen, M.P. Schwartz, W.L. Murphy. Macromolecular Bioscience, 2011; 11: 483-492.

J-54.  Bioinspired conformational changes: an adaptable mechanism for bio-responsive drug delivery  W.J. King, W.L. Murphy. Polymer Chemistry. 2011; 2: 476-491.

J-53.  Facile formation of dynamic hydrogel microspheres for triggered growth factor delivery  W.J. King, M. Toepke, W.L. Murphy. Acta Biomaterialia, 2011; 7: 975-985.

J-52.  A general route for the synthesis of functional, protein-based hydrogel microspheres using tailored protein charge  W.J. King, M. Toepke, W.L. Murphy. Chemical Communications, 2011; 47: 526-528. (Featured in “Emerging Investigators” issue).

J-51.  Dynamic Hydrogels.  M. Toepke, W.L. Murphy.  In: Comprehensive Biomaterials, K. Healy, P. Ducheyne, J. Kirkpatrick, D. Hutmacher, Eds., 2011.

J-50. Spatial localization of growth factors to regulate stem cell fate.  J.T. Koepsel, W.L. Murphy.  In: Stem Cells and Revascularization in Therapies, A. Putnam, H.J. Kong, L. Schook, Eds., 2011.

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J-49.  A modular, hydroxyapatite-binding version of vascular endothelial growth factor  J.S. Lee, A. Wagoner-Johnson, W.L. Murphy. Advanced Materials, 2010; 22: 5494-5498. (Featured on Cover; Featured in as “very important and very urgent”).

J-48.  Controllable protein delivery from coated surgical sutures J.S. Lee, Y. Lu, G.S. Baer, M.D. Markel, W.L. Murphy. Journal of Materials Chemistry, 2010, 20, 8894-8903.

J-47.  Controlled nucleation of hydroxyapatite on alginate scaffolds for stem cell-based bone tissue engineering D. Suarez-Gonzalez, K. Barnhart, E. Saito, R. Vanderby, Jr., Scott J. Hollister, W.L. Murphy. Journal of Biomedical Materials Research A, 2010; 95: 222-34.

J-46.  Effects of pseudowollastonite (CaSiO3) bioceramic on in vitroactivity of human mesenchymal stem cells N. Zhang, J. Molenda, W.L. Murphy, J. Fournelle, N. Sahai. Biomaterials, 2010; 31: 7653-7665.

J-45.  Sustained plasmid DNA release from dissolving mineral coatings S.Y. Choi, W.L. Murphy. Acta Biomaterialia, 2010; 6: 3426-3435.

J-44.  Biomaterials for high-throughput stem cell culture S.K. Lan-Levengood, W.L. Murphy. Current Stem Cell Research and Therapy. 2010; 5: 261-267.

J-43.  Triggered drug release from dynamic microspheres via a protein conformational change W.J. King, N.J. Pytel, K. Ng, W.L. Murphy. Macromolecular Bioscience, 2010; 10: 580-584 (Cover Article, featured in “Best of Macromolecular Journals 2011”).

J-42. Immobilization of peptides with distinct biological activities onto stem cell culture substrates using orthogonal chemistries. G.A. Hudalla, W.L. Murphy. Langmuir, 2010; 26: 6449-6456.

J-41. Influence of FGF2 and PEG hydrogel matrix properties on hMSC viability and spreading W.J. King, L. Jongpaiboonkit, W.L. Murphy. Journal of Biomedical Materials Research A, 2010; 93:1110-1123.

J-40.   Modular peptides promote human mesenchymal stem cell differentiation on biomaterial surfaces   J.S. Lee, J.S. Lee, W.L. Murphy. Acta Biomaterialia, 2010; 6: 21-28.

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J-39. Nanoscale Mechanisms for Assembly of Biomaterials  Z. Sui, W.L. Murphy. In: Nanoscience and its applications to Biomedicine, D. Shi, Ed., 2009.

J-38.  Influence of hydroxyapatite-coated and growth factor-releasing interference screws on tendon-bone healing in an ovine model Y. Lu, M.D. Markel, B. Nemke, J.S. Lee, B.K. Graf, W.L. Murphy.  Arthroscopy, 2009; 20: 1427-34.

J-37. Patterning discrete stem cell culture environments via localized SAM replacement J.T. Koepsel, W.L. Murphy. Langmuir, 2009; 25: 12825-34.

J-36.  Growth of Hydroxyapatite Coatings on Biodegradable Polymer Microspheres  L. Jongpaiboonkit, T. Franklin-Ford, W.L. Murphy. ACS Applied Materials and Interfaces, 2009; 1: 1504-1511.

J-35.  Modular peptide growth factors for substrate-mediated stem cell differentiation  J.S. Lee, J.S. Lee, A. Wagoner-Johnson, W.L. Murphy. Angewandte Chemie Int. Ed., 2009; 48: 6266-6270.

J-34. Biological implications of polydimethylsiloxane-based microfluidic cell culture K.J. Regehr, M. Domenech, J.T. Koepsel, K.C. Carver, S.J. Ellison-Zelski, W.L. Murphy, L.A. Schuler, E.T. Alarid, D.J. Beebe. Lab on a Chip, 2009; 9: 2132-2139.

J-33.  Modulating growth factor release from hydrogels via a protein conformational change W.J. King, J.Shaikh Mohammed, W.L. Murphy. Soft Matter, 2009; 5: 2399-2406.

J-32.  Bioinspired design of dynamic materials J. Shaikh Mohammed, W.L. Murphy. Advanced materials, 2009;21:2361-2374.

J-31.  Using “click” chemistry to prepare SAM substrates to study stem cell adhesion G.A. Hudalla, W.L. Murphy. Langmuir, 2009;25:5737-5746.

J-30.  Self-assembling biomaterials, W.L. Murphy, J.H. Collier. Acta Biomaterialia, 2009;5:803-804.

J-29.  Mineral-Coated Polymer Microspheres for Controlled Protein Binding and Release  L. Jongpaiboonkit, T. Franklin-Ford, W.L. Murphy. Advanced Materials, 2009;21:1960–1963.

J-28.  Screening for 3-D environments that support human mesenchymal stem cell viability using hydrogel arrays L. Jongpaiboonkit, W.J. King, W.L. Murphy. Tissue Engineering A, 2009;15:343-353.

C-8.   Temporal and spatial control over soluble protein signaling for musculoskeletal tissue engineering, W.L.Murphy. Proceedings of the IEEE-EMBS conference, 2009.

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J-27.  Bio-Inspired Growth of Mineralized Tissues. D. Suarez-Gonzalez, W.L. Murphy. In: Biomineralization: from Nature to Application. A. Sigel, H. Sigel, R.K.O. Sigel, Eds., 2008.

J-26.  Screening the cellular microenvironment: A role for microfluidics. J.W. Warrick, W.L. Murphy, D.J. Beebe. IEEE Review of Biomedical Engineering, 2008; 1: 75-94.

J-25.  Controllable soluble protein concentration gradients in hydrogel networks B.J. Peret, W.L. Murphy. Advanced Functional Materials, 2008; 18: 3410-3417.

J-24.  Multifunctional mixed SAMs that promote both cell adhesion and non-covalent DNA immobilization S. Choi, W.L. Murphy. Langmuir, 2008; 24:6873-6880.

J-23.  Protein-based hydrogels with tunable dynamic responses  Z. Sui, W.J. King, W.L. Murphy. Advanced Functional Materials, 2008;18:1824-1831.

J-22.  An adaptable hydrogel array format for 3-dimensional cell culture and analysis L. Jongpaiboonkit, W.J. King, G.E. Lyons, A. Paguirigan, J. Warrick, D.J. Beebe, W.L. Murphy. Biomaterials, 2008;29:3346-3356.

J-21.  An approach to modulate degradation and mesenchymal stem cell behavior in poly(ethylene glycol) networks  G. Hudalla, T.S. Eng, W.L. Murphy. Biomacromolecules, 2008; 9:842-849.

C-7.    G.A. Hudalla, W.L. Murphy. Using non-covalent interactions to modulate local soluble signaling. PMSE Preprints, American Chemical Society, Spring, 2008.

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J-20. Dynamic materials based on a protein conformational change  Z. Sui, W.J. King, W.L. Murphy. Advanced Materials, 2007;19:3377-3380. (Featured in Advances in Advance section, Adv Mat, 10/2007)

J-19.  Tissue Engineering K.S. Masters, W.L. Murphy. In: Encyclopedia of Medical Devices and Instrumentation, J.G. Webster, Ed., 2007.

J-18.  Healing of Bone and Connective Tissues W.L. Murphy, K. Grorud, R. Vanderby. In: Encyclopedia of Biomaterials and Biomedical Engineering, G. Wnek, G. Bowlin, Eds., 2007.

J-17.  Dynamic Hydrogels: Translating a Protein Conformational Change into Macroscopic Motion. W.L. Murphy, W.S. Dillmore, J. Modica, M. Mrksich. Angewandte Chemie Int. Ed., 2007;46:3066-3069. (Featured in Editor’s Choice section, Science, 05/2007)

J-16.  Immunoisolating Pancreatic Islets by Encapsulation with Selective Withdrawal. Jason L. Wyman, Seda Kizilel, Ryan Skarbek, Xiangyang Zhao, Matthew Connors, William S. Dillmore, William L. Murphy,  Milan Mrksich, Sidney R. Nagel, Marc R. Garfinkel. Small, 2007;3:683-690.

C-6.  Non-covalent assembly of peptide-growth factor complexes to spatially control cell activity G.A. Hudalla, W.L. Murphy. PMSE Preprints, American Chemical Society, Spring, 2007.

C-5.  Influence of network parameters on the properties of dynamic, protein-based hydrogels  Z. Sui, W.J. King, W.L. Murphy. PMSE Preprints, American Chemical Society, Fall, 2007.

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J-15.  Effects of a bone-like mineral film on phenotype of adult human mesenchymal stem cells in vitro. W.L. Murphy, S. Hsiong, T.P. Richardson, C.A. Simmons, D.J. Mooney. Biomaterials 2005;26:303-310.

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J-14.  Substrates for Cell Adhesion Prepared via Active Site-Directed Immobilization of a Protein Domain W.L. Murphy, K.O. Mercurius, S. Koide, M. Mrksich. Langmuir 2004;20:1026-1030.

J-13.  Bone Regeneration via a Mineral Substrate and Induced Angiogenesis  W.L. Murphy, C.A. Simmons, D. Kaigler, D.J. Mooney. Journal of Dental Research 2004;83:204-210. (Awarded the 2005 IADR/AADR William Gies Award for best Bioengineering/Biomaterials paper in JDR in 2004).

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J-12.  Selective adipose tissue ablation by localized, sustained drug delivery T.P. Richardson, W.L. Murphy, D.J. Mooney. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery 2003;112:162-170.

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J-11.   Tissue Engineering in Orthodontics. W.L. Murphy, D.J. Mooney. Chapter 22 In: Essentials for Orthodontic Practice. J. Avery, Ed, 2002.

J-10.  Bioinspired growth of crystalline carbonate apatite on biodegradable polymer substrata. W.L. Murphy, D.J. Mooney. Journal of the American Chemical Society 2002;124:1910-1917.

J-9.  Salt fusion: an approach to improve pore interconnectivity within tissue engineering scaffolds  W.L. Murphy, R.G. Dennis, J.L. Kileny, D.J. Mooney. Tissue Engineering 2002;8:43-52.

J-8.  Molecular-scale biomimicry  W.L. Murphy, D.J. Mooney. Nature Biotechnology 2002;20:30.

C-4.  A combination approach to engineering bone regeneration: biomineral presentation and induced angiogenesis  W.L. Murphy, C.A. Simmons, D.J. Mooney. Proceedings of the EMBS-BMES conference, 2002, Vol. 3, p. 886-887, 2002.

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J-7.  Polymeric delivery of proteins and plasmid DNA for tissue engineering and gene therapy  T.P. Richardson, W.L. Murphy, D.J. Mooney. Critical Reviews in Eukaryotic Gene Expression 2001;11:47-58.

C-3.  Biomineralization via bioinspired variation in polymer surface chemistry  W.L. Murphy, K.A. Gilhool, D.J. Mooney. PMSE Preprints, American Chemical Society, Fall, 2001.

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J-6.  Thermally Triggered Mineralization of Calcium Phosphate Using Phosphate-Loaded Liposomes. W.L. Murphy and P.B. Messersmith. In: Chemistry and Biology of Mineralized Tissues, M. Goldberg, A. Boskey, C. Robinson, eds., AAOS, Rosemont, IL, 2000:393-397.

J-5.   Sustained release of vascular endothelial growth factor from mineralized poly(lactide-co-glycolide) scaffolds for tissue engineering  W.L. Murphy, M.C. Peters, D.H. Kohn, D.J. Mooney. Biomaterials 2000;24:2521-2527.

J-4.  Growth of continuous bone-like mineral within porous poly(lactide-co-glycolide) scaffolds in vitro  W.L. Murphy, D.H. Kohn, D.J. Mooney. Journal of Biomedical Materials Research, 2000;50:50-58 (Cover Article).

J-3.  Compartmental control of mineral formation: adaptation of a biomineralization strategy for biomedical use  W.L. Murphy, P.B. Messersmith. Polyhedron 2000;19:357-363.

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J-2.  Controlled delivery of inductive proteins, plasmid DNA, and cells from tissue engineering matrices  W.L. Murphy, D.J. Mooney. Journal of Periodontal Research, 1999;34:413-419.

J-1.  Range of interactions: An experiment in atomic and magnetic force microscopy  W.L. Murphy, G.C. Spalding. American Journal of Physics 1999;67:905-909.

C-2.  Effects of growth factor presence on mineralization of porous poly(lactide-co-glycolide) scaffolds in vitro  W.L. Murphy, K.A. Gilhool, D.H. Kohn, D.J. Mooney. In: Mineralization in Natural and Synthetic Biomaterials, Materials Research Society. P. Li, P. Calvert, R.J. Levy, T. Kokubo, C.R. Schneid, Eds., 1999.

C-1.    Faceting of the (100) face of single-crystal SrTiO3 during wet chemical etching. G.C. Spalding, W.L. Murphy, T.M. Davidsmeier, J.E. Elenewski. In: Substrate Engineering: Paving the Way to Epitaxy, D.P. Norton, D.G. Schlom, N. Newman, D.H. Matthies, Eds., Materials Research Society, 1999.