Eduardo A. Silva

University of California, Davis, CA 
Biomaterials, angiogenesis, gene therapy, polymers
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Campbell KT, Wysoczynski K, Hadley DJ, et al. (2020) Computational-Based Design of Hydrogels with Predictable Mesh Properties. Acs Biomaterials Science & Engineering. 6: 308-319
Gonzalez-Fernandez T, Tenorio A, Campbell K, et al. (2020) Alginate-Based Bioinks for 3D Bioprinting and Fabrication of Anatomically Accurate Bone Grafts. Tissue Engineering. Part A
Campbell KT, Silva EA. (2020) Biomaterial Based Strategies for Engineering New Lymphatic Vasculature. Advanced Healthcare Materials. e2000895
Seo JW, Ingham ES, Mahakian L, et al. (2020) Positron emission tomography imaging of novel AAV capsids maps rapid brain accumulation. Nature Communications. 11: 2102
Sands RW, Verbeke CS, Ouhara K, et al. (2020) Tuning Cytokines Enriches Dendritic Cells and Tregs in the Periodontium. Journal of Periodontology
Torres AL, Bidarra SJ, Vasconcelos DP, et al. (2020) Microvascular engineering: Dynamic changes in microgel-entrapped vascular cells correlates with higher vasculogenic/angiogenic potential Biomaterials. 228: 119554
Stilhano RS, Costa AJ, Nishino MS, et al. (2020) SARS-CoV-2 and the possible connection to ERs, ACE2, and RAGE: Focus on susceptibility factors The Faseb Journal
Yamaguchi FSM, Shams S, Silva EA, et al. (2019) PRP and BMAC for Musculoskeletal Conditions via Biomaterial Carriers. International Journal of Molecular Sciences. 20
Madrigal JL, Shams S, Stilhano RS, et al. (2019) Characterizing the encapsulation and release of lentivectors and adeno-associated vectors from degradable alginate hydrogels. Biomaterials Science. 7: 645-656
Campbell KT, Stilhano RS, Silva EA. (2018) Enzymatically degradable alginate hydrogel systems to deliver endothelial progenitor cells for potential revasculature applications. Biomaterials. 179: 109-121
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