Molly Kay Smith

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2004 University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Ann Arbor, MI 
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David J. Mooney grad student 2004 University of Michigan
 (Understanding and manipulating transplanted hepatocyte death: Effects of hypoxia and growth factor delivery.)
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Smith MK, Mooney DJ. (2007) Hypoxia leads to necrotic hepatocyte death. Journal of Biomedical Materials Research. Part A. 80: 520-9
Smith MK, Riddle KW, Mooney DJ. (2006) Delivery of hepatotrophic factors fails to enhance longer-term survival of subcutaneously transplanted hepatocytes. Tissue Engineering. 12: 235-44
Fiegel HC, Havers J, Kneser U, et al. (2004) Influence of flow conditions and matrix coatings on growth and differentiation of three-dimensionally cultured rat hepatocytes. Tissue Engineering. 10: 165-74
Smith MK, Peters MC, Richardson TP, et al. (2004) Locally enhanced angiogenesis promotes transplanted cell survival. Tissue Engineering. 10: 63-71
Alsberg E, Kong HJ, Hirano Y, et al. (2003) Regulating bone formation via controlled scaffold degradation. Journal of Dental Research. 82: 903-8
Kong HJ, Smith MK, Mooney DJ. (2003) Designing alginate hydrogels to maintain viability of immobilized cells. Biomaterials. 24: 4023-9
Alsberg E, Kong HJ, Smith MK, et al. (2002) Controlled degradation of peptide modified hydrogels improves rate, quality, and quantity of in vivo bone formation Annual International Conference of the Ieee Engineering in Medicine and Biology - Proceedings. 1: 823-824
Smith M, Chaudhuri JB, Howell JA, et al. (2000) Porcine-derived collagen as a scaffold for replacement skin Second Smith and Nephew International Symposium - Tissue Engineering 2000: Advances in Tissue Engineering, Biomaterials and Cell Signalling. 60
Smith M, McFetridge P, Bodamyali T, et al. (2000) Porcine-derived collagen as a scaffold for tissue engineering Food and Bioproducts Processing: Transactions of the Institution of of Chemical Engineers, Part C. 78: 19-24
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