Michael V. Sefton

Chemical Engineering and Applied Chemistry University of Toronto, Toronto, ON, Canada 
biomaterials, biomedical engineering and regenerative medicine
"Michael V. Sefton"

Sefton, Michael V, Surface hydroxylation of styrene-butadiene-styrene block copolymers for biomaterials, Thesis (Sc. D.)--Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Dept. of Chemical Engineering, 1974.

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Edward W. Merrill grad student 1974 MIT
 (Surface hydroxylation of styrene-butadiene-styrene block copolymers for biomaterials)
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Vlahos AE, Talior-Volodarsky I, Kinney SM, et al. (2020) A scalable device-less biomaterial approach for subcutaneous islet transplantation. Biomaterials. 120499
Coindre VF, Kinney SM, Sefton MV. (2020) Methacrylic acid copolymer coating of polypropylene mesh chamber improves subcutaneous islet engraftment. Biomaterials. 259: 120324
Vlahos AE, Kinney SM, Kingston BR, et al. (2019) Endothelialized collagen based pseudo-islets enables tuneable subcutaneous diabetes therapy. Biomaterials. 232: 119710
Mahou R, Vlahos AE, Shulman A, et al. (2018) Interpenetrating Alginate-Collagen Polymer Network Microspheres for Modular Tissue Engineering. Acs Biomaterials Science & Engineering. 4: 3704-3712
Vlahos AE, Sefton MV. (2018) Muted fibrosis from protected islets. Nature Biomedical Engineering. 2: 791-792
Talior-Volodarsky I, Mahou R, Zhang D, et al. (2017) The role of insulin growth factor-1 on the vascular regenerative effect of MAA coated disks and macrophage-endothelial cell crosstalk. Biomaterials. 144: 199-210
Vlahos AE, Cober N, Sefton MV. (2017) Modular tissue engineering for the vascularization of subcutaneously transplanted pancreatic islets. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Mahou R, Zhang DK, Vlahos AE, et al. (2017) Injectable and inherently vascularizing semi-interpenetrating polymer network for delivering cells to the subcutaneous space. Biomaterials. 131: 27-35
Lisovsky A, Sefton MV. (2016) Shh pathway in wounds in non-diabetic Shh-Cre-eGFP/Ptch1-LacZ mice treated with MAA beads. Biomaterials. 102: 198-208
Lam GC, Sefton MV. (2016) Harnessing gene and drug delivery for vascularizing engineered tissue platforms. Drug Discovery Today
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