Kenneth Barbee
Kenneth Barbee
Professor of Biomedical Engineering, Drexel University
Verified email at drexel.edu
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Mathematical model for the effects of adhesion and mechanics on cell migration speed
PA DiMilla, K Barbee, DA Lauffenburger
Biophysical journal 60 (1), 15-37, 1991
6481991
Shear stress-induced reorganization of the surface topography of living endothelial cells imaged by atomic force microscopy.
KA Barbee, PF Davies, R Lal
Circulation research 74 (1), 163-171, 1994
4511994
Spatial relationships in early signaling events of flow-mediated endothelial mechanotransduction
PF Davies, KA Barbee, MV Volin, A Robotewskyj, J Chen, L Joseph, ...
Annual review of physiology 59 (1), 527-549, 1997
3741997
Characterization of cell viability during bioprinting processes
K Nair, M Gandhi, S Khalil, KC Yan, M Marcolongo, K Barbee, W Sun
Biotechnology Journal: Healthcare Nutrition Technology 4 (8), 1168-1177, 2009
2822009
Subcellular distribution of shear stress at the surface of flow-aligned and nonaligned endothelial monolayers
KA Barbee, T Mundel, R Lal, PF Davies
American Journal of Physiology-Heart and Circulatory Physiology 268 (4 …, 1995
2791995
Targeted drug delivery to magnetic implants for therapeutic applications
BB Yellen, ZG Forbes, DS Halverson, G Fridman, KA Barbee, M Chorny, ...
Journal of magnetism and magnetic materials 293 (1), 647-654, 2005
1922005
A mechanism for heterogeneous endothelial responses to flow in vivo and in vitro
PF Davies, T Mundel, KA Barbee
Journal of biomechanics 28 (12), 1553-1560, 1995
1801995
Ceramic-based multisite electrode arrays for chronic single-neuron recording
KA Moxon, SC Leiser, GA Gerhardt, KA Barbee, JK Chapin
IEEE Transactions on biomedical engineering 51 (4), 647-656, 2004
1522004
An approach to targeted drug delivery based on uniform magnetic fields
ZG Forbes, BB Yellen, KA Barbee, G Friedman
IEEE Transactions on Magnetics 39 (5), 3372-3377, 2003
1362003
Mechanically-induced membrane poration causes axonal beading and localized cytoskeletal damage
D Kilinc, G Gallo, KA Barbee
Experimental neurology 212 (2), 422-430, 2008
1222008
In vitro cell shearing device to investigate the dynamic response of cells in a controlled hydrodynamic environment
BR Blackman, KA Barbee, LE Thibault
Annals of biomedical engineering 28 (4), 363-372, 2000
1212000
Magnetically-controllable delivery system for therapeutic agents
Z Forbes, B Yellen, K Barbee, G Friedman
US Patent App. 11/210,173, 2006
1082006
Mechanical membrane injury induces axonal beading through localized activation of calpain
D Kilinc, G Gallo, KA Barbee
Experimental neurology 219 (2), 553-561, 2009
1022009
Strain measurements in cultured vascular smooth muscle cells subjected to mechanical deformation
KA Barbee, EJ Macarak, LE Thibault
Annals of biomedical engineering 22 (1), 14-22, 1994
971994
Mechanisms of cell death and neuroprotection by poloxamer 188 after mechanical trauma
G Serbest, J Horwitz, M Jost, KA Barbee
The FASEB journal 20 (2), 308-310, 2006
862006
The influence of radial RBC distribution, blood velocity profiles, and glycocalyx on coupled NO/O2 transport
X Chen, D Jaron, KA Barbee, DG Buerk
Journal of Applied Physiology 100 (2), 482-492, 2006
862006
Direct, real-time measurement of shear stress-induced nitric oxide produced from endothelial cells in vitro
AM Andrews, D Jaron, DG Buerk, PL Kirby, KA Barbee
Nitric oxide 23 (4), 335-342, 2010
832010
Porcine intact and wounded skin responses to atmospheric nonthermal plasma
AS Wu, S Kalghatgi, D Dobrynin, R Sensenig, E Cerchar, E Podolsky, ...
Journal of Surgical Research 179 (1), e1-e12, 2013
812013
The effect of poloxamer-188 on neuronal cell recovery from mechanical injury
G Serbest, J Horwitz, K Barbee
Journal of neurotrauma 22 (1), 119-132, 2005
812005
Validation of high gradient magnetic field based drug delivery to magnetizable implants under flow
ZG Forbes, BB Yellen, DS Halverson, G Fridman, KA Barbee, G Friedman
IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering 55 (2), 643-649, 2008
772008
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