Publications

  1. Roberto C. Andresen Eguiluz, Kerim B. Kaylan, Gregory H. Underhill, and Deborah E. Leckband. 2017. "Substrate stiffness and VE-cadherin mechano-transduction coordinate to regulate endothelial monolayer integrity." Biomaterials 140: 45–57. [Abstract] [DOI]
  2. Kerim B. Kaylan, Andreas P. Kourouklis, and Gregory H. Underhill. 2017. "A high-throughput cell microarray platform for correlative analysis of cell differentiation and traction forces." Journal of Visualized Experiments 121: e55362. [Abstract] [DOI] [PMC] [PDF]
  3. Kerim B. Kaylan, Stefan D. Gentile, Lauren E. Milling, Kaustubh N. Bhinge, Farhd Kosari, and Gregory H. Underhill. 2016. "Mapping lung tumor cell drug responses as a function of matrix context and genotype using cell microarrays." Integrative Biology 8(12): 1221–1231. [Abstract] [DOI]
  4. Andreas P. Kourouklis*, Kerim B. Kaylan*, and Gregory H. Underhill. 2016. "Substrate stiffness and matrix composition coordinately control the differentiation of liver progenitor cells." Biomaterials 99: 92–94. [Abstract] [DOI]
  5. Kerim B. Kaylan and Gregory H. Underhill. 2016. "Hydrogels for hepatic tissue engineering." In Gels Handbook: Fundamentals, Properties and Applications; Volume 2: Applications of Hydrogels in Regenerative Medicine, edited by Mohammad R. Abidian, Umut A. Gurkan, and Faramarz Edalat. Hackensack, NJ: World Scientific. 427–462. [Abstract] [DOI]
  6. Kerim B. Kaylan*, Viktoriya Ermilova*, Ravi Chandra Yada, and Gregory H. Underhill. 2016. "Combinatorial microenvironmental regulation of liver progenitor differentiation by Notch ligands, TGFβ, and extracellular matrix." Scientific Reports 6(23490). [Abstract] [DOI] [PMC] [PDF]
  7. Ehsan Atefi, Darcy Fyffe, Kerim B. Kaylan, and Hossein Tavana. 2016. "Characterization of aqueous two-phase systems from volume and density measurements." Journal of Chemical and Engineering Data 61(4): 1531–1539. [Abstract] [DOI]
  8. Hossein Tavana, Kerim Kaylan, Tommaso Bersano-Begey, Kathryn E. Luker, Gary D. Luker, and Shuichi Takayama. 2011. "Rehydration of polymeric, aqueous, biphasic system facilitates high throughput cell exclusion patterning for cell migration studies." Advanced Functional Materials 21(15): 2920–2926. [Abstract] [DOI] [PMC] [PDF]