Michael B. Albro

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2005-2010 Biomedical Engineering Columbia University, New York, NY 
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Jensen M, Horgan CC, Vercauteren T, et al. (2020) Multiplexed polarized hypodermic Raman needle probe for biostructural analysis of articular cartilage. Optics Letters. 45: 2890-2893
Bergholt MS, Serio A, Albro MB. (2019) Raman Spectroscopy: Guiding Light for the Extracellular Matrix. Frontiers in Bioengineering and Biotechnology. 7: 303
Durney K, Sharifi Kia D, Wang T, et al. (2018) Physiologic Medium Maintains the Homeostasis of Immature Bovine Articular Cartilage Explants in Long-Term Culture. Journal of Biomechanical Engineering
Albro MB, Bergholt MS, St-Pierre JP, et al. (2018) Raman spectroscopic imaging for quantification of depth-dependent and local heterogeneities in native and engineered cartilage. Npj Regenerative Medicine. 3: 3
Bergholt MS, Albro MB, Stevens MM. (2017) Online quantitative monitoring of live cell engineered cartilage growth using diffuse fiber-optic Raman spectroscopy. Biomaterials. 140: 128-137
Bergholt MS, St-Pierre JP, Offeddu GS, et al. (2016) Raman Spectroscopy Reveals New Insights into the Zonal Organization of Native and Tissue-Engineered Articular Cartilage. Acs Central Science. 2: 885-895
Cigan AD, Roach BL, Nims RJ, et al. (2016) High seeding density of human chondrocytes in agarose produces tissue-engineered cartilage approaching native mechanical and biochemical properties. Journal of Biomechanics
Albro MB, Nims RJ, Durney KM, et al. (2015) Heterogeneous engineered cartilage growth results from gradients of media-supplemented active TGF-β and is ameliorated by the alternative supplementation of latent TGF-β. Biomaterials. 77: 173-185
Nims RJ, Cigan AD, Albro MB, et al. (2015) Matrix Production in Large Engineered Cartilage Constructs Is Enhanced by Nutrient Channels and Excess Media Supply. Tissue Engineering. Part C, Methods. 21: 747-57
Cigan AD, Nims RJ, Albro MB, et al. (2014) Nutrient channels and stirring enhanced the composition and stiffness of large cartilage constructs. Journal of Biomechanics. 47: 3847-54
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