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    • Evaluation of Silk Biomaterials in Combination with Extracellular Matrix Coatings for Bladder Tissue Engineering with Primary and Pluripotent Cells 

      Franck, Debra; Gil, Eun Seok; Adam, Rosalyn Mare; Kaplan, David L.; Chung, Yeun Goo; Estrada, Carlos R.; Mauney, Joshua Robert (Public Library of Science, 2013)
      Silk-based biomaterials in combination with extracellular matrix (ECM) coatings were assessed as templates for cell-seeded bladder tissue engineering approaches. Two structurally diverse groups of silk scaffolds were ...
    • The impact of discrete modes of spinal cord injury on bladder muscle contractility 

      Seth, Abhishek; Chung, Yeun Goo; Kim, Daniel; Ramachandran, Aruna; Cristofaro, Vivian; Gomez III, Pablo; Tu, Duong D; Huang, Lin; Benowitz, Larry Ira; Di Vizio, Dolores; Sullivan, Maryrose P.; Adam, Rosalyn Mare (BioMed Central, 2013)
      Background: Prior studies have compared the effect of spinal cord injury elicited using distinct approaches on motor and visceral function. However, the impact of such discrete modes of injury specifically on bladder muscle ...
    • In vitro evaluation of bi-layer silk fibroin scaffolds for gastrointestinal tissue engineering 

      Franck, Debra; Chung, Yeun Goo; Coburn, Jeannine; Kaplan, David L; Estrada, Carlos R; Mauney, Joshua R (SAGE Publications, 2014)
      Silk fibroin scaffolds were investigated for their ability to support attachment, proliferation, and differentiation of human gastrointestinal epithelial and smooth muscle cell lines in order to ascertain their potential ...
    • Inosine Improves Neurogenic Detrusor Overactivity following Spinal Cord Injury 

      Chung, Yeun Goo; Seth, Abhishek; Doyle, Claire; Franck, Debra; Kim, Daniel; Cristofaro, Vivian; Benowitz, Larry I.; Tu, Duong D.; Estrada, Carlos R.; Mauney, Joshua R.; Sullivan, Maryrose P.; Adam, Rosalyn M. (Public Library of Science, 2015)
      Neurogenic detrusor overactivity and the associated loss of bladder control are among the most challenging complications of spinal cord injury (SCI). Anticholinergic agents are the mainstay for medical treatment of detrusor ...