Benjamin D Almquist

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Imperial College London, London, England, United Kingdom 
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Sun JB, Peimyoo N, Douglas JO, et al. (2023) Doping density, not valency, influences catalytic metal-assisted plasma etching of silicon. Materials Horizons
Pop MA, Almquist BD. (2021) Controlled Delivery of MicroRNAs into Primary Cells Using Nanostraw Technology. Advanced Nanobiomed Research. 1: 2000061
Duran-Mota JA, Yani JQ, Almquist BD, et al. (2021) Polyplex-Loaded Hydrogels for Local Gene Delivery to Human Dermal Fibroblasts. Acs Biomaterials Science & Engineering
Stejskalová A, Vankelecom H, Sourouni M, et al. (2021) In vitro modelling of the physiological and diseased female reproductive system. Acta Biomaterialia
Oliva N, Almquist BD. (2020) Spatiotemporal delivery of bioactive molecules for wound healing using stimuli-responsive biomaterials. Advanced Drug Delivery Reviews
Stejskalová A, Oliva N, England FJ, et al. (2019) Biologically Inspired, Cell-Selective Release of Aptamer-Trapped Growth Factors by Traction Forces. Advanced Materials (Deerfield Beach, Fla.). e1806380
Stejskalová A, Oliva N, England FJ, et al. (2019) Bioinspired Nanotechnology: Biologically Inspired, Cell-Selective Release of Aptamer-Trapped Growth Factors by Traction Forces (Adv. Mater. 7/2019) Advanced Materials. 31: 1970045
Sun JB, Almquist BD. (2018) Interfacial Contact is Required for Metal-Assisted Plasma Etching of Silicon. Advanced Materials Interfaces. 5: 1800836
Kiani MT, Higgins CA, Almquist BD. (2018) The Hair Follicle: An Underutilized Source of Cells and Materials for Regenerative Medicine. Acs Biomaterials Science & Engineering. 4: 1193-1207
Stejskalová A, Almquist BD. (2017) Using biomaterials to rewire the process of wound repair. Biomaterials Science. 5: 1421-1434
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