Heather Canavan
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Cell sheet detachment affects the extracellular matrix: a surface science study comparing thermal liftoff, enzymatic, and mechanical methods
HE Canavan, X Cheng, DJ Graham, BD Ratner, DG Castner
Journal of Biomedical Materials Research Part A: An Official Journal of The …, 2005
Surface characterization of the extracellular matrix remaining after cell detachment from a thermoresponsive polymer
HE Canavan, X Cheng, DJ Graham, BD Ratner, DG Castner
Langmuir 21 (5), 1949-1955, 2005
Plastic microfluidic devices modified with polyelectrolyte multilayers
SLR Barker, MJ Tarlov, H Canavan, JJ Hickman, LE Locascio
Analytical chemistry 72 (20), 4899-4903, 2000
Surface Chemical and Mechanical Properties of Plasma-Polymerized N-Isopropylacrylamide
X Cheng, HE Canavan, MJ Stein, JR Hull, SJ Kweskin, MS Wagner, ...
Langmuir 21 (17), 7833-7841, 2005
Biological Cell Detachment from Poly(N-isopropyl acrylamide) and Its Applications
MA Cooperstein, HE Canavan
Langmuir 26 (11), 7695-7707, 2010
Assessment of cytotoxicity of (N-isopropyl acrylamide) and Poly(N-isopropyl acrylamide)-coated surfaces
MA Cooperstein, HE Canavan
Biointerphases 8 (1), 19, 2013
Comparison of native extracellular matrix with adsorbed protein films using secondary ion mass spectrometry
HE Canavan, DJ Graham, X Cheng, BD Ratner, DG Castner
Langmuir 23 (1), 50-56, 2007
Quantitative X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy and time-of-flight secondary ion mass spectrometry characterization of the components in DNA
CJ May, HE Canavan, DG Castner
Analytical chemistry 76 (4), 1114-1122, 2004
Temperature dependent activity and structure of adsorbed proteins on plasma polymerized N-isopropyl acrylamide
X Cheng, HE Canavan, DJ Graham, DG Castner, BD Ratner
Biointerphases 1 (1), 61-72, 2006
Evidence of impurities in thiolated single-stranded DNA oligomers and their effect on DNA self-assembly on gold
CY Lee, HE Canavan, LJ Gamble, DG Castner
Langmuir 21 (11), 5134-5141, 2005
Energy-dispersive X-ray fluorescence methods for environmental characterization of soils
SJ Goldstein, AK Slemmons, HE Canavan
Environmental science & technology 30 (7), 2318-2321, 1996
ARGET–ATRP synthesis and characterization of PNIPAAm brushes for quantitative cell detachment studies
P Shivapooja, LK Ista, HE Canavan, GP Lopez
Biointerphases 7 (1-4), 1-9, 2012
A plasma‐deposited surface for cell sheet engineering: advantages over mechanical dissociation of cells
HE Canavan, X Cheng, DJ Graham, BD Ratner, DG Castner
Plasma Processes and Polymers 3 (6‐7), 516-523, 2006
A low-cost, rapid deposition method for “smart” films: applications in mammalian cell release
JA Reed, AE Lucero, S Hu, LK Ista, MT Bore, GP López, HE Canavan
ACS applied materials & interfaces 2 (4), 1048-1051, 2010
Altered calcium dynamics in cardiac cells grown on silane-modified surfaces
MS Ravenscroft-Chang, JM Stohlman, P Molnar, A Natarajan, ...
Biomaterials 31 (4), 602-607, 2010
The effects of cell culture parameters on cell release kinetics from thermoresponsive surfaces
JA Reed, AE Lucero, MA Cooperstein, HE Canavan
Journal of Applied Biomaterials and Biomechanics 6 (2), 81-88, 2008
Effect of polymer deposition method on thermoresponsive polymer films and resulting cellular behavior
JA Reed, SA Love, AE Lucero, CL Haynes, HE Canavan
Langmuir 28 (4), 2281-2287, 2012
Understanding the Force-vs-Distance Profiles of Terminally Attached Poly(N-isopropyl acrylamide) Thin Films
S Mendez, BP Andrzejewski, HE Canavan, DJ Keller, JD McCoy, ...
Langmuir 25 (18), 10624-10632, 2009
Probing albumin adsorption onto calcium phosphates by x-ray photoelectron spectroscopy and time-of-flight secondary ion mass spectrometry
JE Baio, T Weidner, G Interlandi, C Mendoza-Barrera, HE Canavan, ...
Journal of Vacuum Science & Technology B, Nanotechnology and …, 2011
In vitro cytotoxicity of antimicrobial conjugated electrolytes: interactions with mammalian cells
KN Wilde, DG Whitten, HE Canavan
ACS applied materials & interfaces 5 (19), 9305-9311, 2013
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