Jolanda Rita Vetsch
Jolanda Rita Vetsch
Insitute for Biomechanics, ETH Zürich
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei ethz.ch
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Injectable and porous PLGA microspheres that form highly porous scaffolds at body temperature
O Qutachi, JR Vetsch, D Gill, H Cox, DJ Scurr, S Hofmann, R Müller, ...
Acta biomaterialia 10 (12), 5090-5098, 2014
792014
Two-layer membranes of calcium phosphate/collagen/PLGA nanofibres: in vitro biomineralisation and osteogenic differentiation of human mesenchymal stem cells
N Hild, OD Schneider, D Mohn, NA Luechinger, FM Koehler, S Hofmann, ...
Nanoscale 3 (2), 401-409, 2011
682011
Therapeutic potential of adipose-derived stromal cells in age-related osteoporosis
A Mirsaidi, K Genelin, JR Vetsch, S Stanger, F Theiss, RA Lindtner, ...
Biomaterials 35 (26), 7326-7335, 2014
582014
Micro-computed tomography based computational fluid dynamics for the determination of shear stresses in scaffolds within a perfusion bioreactor
E Zermatten, JR Vetsch, D Ruffoni, S Hofmann, R Müller, A Steinfeld
Annals of biomedical engineering 42 (5), 1085-1094, 2014
422014
Effect of fetal bovine serum on mineralization in silk fibroin scaffolds
JR Vetsch, SJ Paulsen, R Müller, S Hofmann
Acta biomaterialia 13, 277-285, 2015
362015
The evolution of simulation techniques for dynamic bone tissue engineering in bioreactors
JR Vetsch, R Müller, S Hofmann
Journal of tissue engineering and regenerative medicine 9 (8), 903-917, 2015
322015
Flow velocity-driven differentiation of human mesenchymal stromal cells in silk fibroin scaffolds: A combined experimental and computational approach
JR Vetsch, DC Betts, R Müller, S Hofmann
PLoS One 12 (7), e0180781, 2017
302017
Silk fibroin scaffolds with inverse opal structure for bone tissue engineering
MR Sommer, JR Vetsch, J Leemann, R Müller, AR Studart, S Hofmann
Journal of Biomedical Materials Research Part B: Applied Biomaterials 105 (7 …, 2017
232017
Pressureless mechanical induction of stem cell differentiation is dose and frequency dependent
R Fuhrer, S Hofmann, N Hild, JR Vetsch, IK Herrmann, RN Grass, ...
PLoS One 8 (11), e81362, 2013
202013
The influence of curvature on three-dimensional mineralized matrix formation under static and perfused conditions: an in vitro bioreactor model
JR Vetsch, R Müller, S Hofmann
Journal of The Royal Society Interface 13 (123), 20160425, 2016
132016
Alginate dependent changes of physical properties in 3D bioprinted cell-laden porous scaffolds affect cell viability and cell morphology
J Zhang, E Wehrle, JR Vetsch, GR Paul, M Rubert, R Müller
Biomedical Materials 14 (6), 065009, 2019
52019
2015 4th TERMIS World Congress Boston, Massachusetts September 8–11, 2015
B Amsden, F Chen, G Hochleitner, J Groll, P Dalton, T Jüngst, ...
Tissue Engineering Part A 21 (S1), S-1-S-413, 2015
22015
Perfusion bioreactors for bone tissue engineering: A combined experimental and computational approach
JR Vetsch
ETH Zurich, 2015
12015
Micro-computed tomography based modeling of shear stresses in perfused regular and irregular scaffolds
E Zermatten, JR Vetsch, D Ruffoni, S Hofmann, R Müller, A Steinfeld
Annals of Biomedical Engineering 42 (5), 1085-1094, 2014
12014
Scaffold pore geometry influences bone-like tissue formation in dynamic cell culture conditions
M Rubert, JR Vetsch, I Lehtoviita, M Sommer, AR Studart, R Müller, ...
BioRxiv, 2020
2020
Flow velocity-driven differentiation of human mesenchymal stromal cells in silk fibroin scaffolds
JR Vetsch, DC Betts, R Müller, S Hofmann
2017
The influence of curvature on extracellular matrix components in 3D tissue engineered bone constructs cultured under static and perfused conditions
JR Vetsch, R Müller, S Hofmann
eCM, 2016
2016
On the role of scaffold pore geometry in stem cell mechanotransduction
M Rubert, JR Vetsch, I Lehtoviita, M Sommer, AR Studart, R Müller, ...
European Cells and Materials 31 (1), P123, 2016
2016
Visual mapping of computational shear stresses implies mechanical control of cell proliferation and differentiation in bone tissue engineering cultures
JR Vetsch, RM Mueller, S Hofmann
Tissue engineering. Part A 21 (S1), S55-S56, 2015
2015
Differences in fetal bovine serum affect the responsiveness of cells to mechanical loads
M Rubert, JR Vetsch, L Storz, I Lehtoviita, RM Mueller, S Hofmann
Tissue engineering. Part A 21 (S1), S401-S401, 2015
2015
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