Brendon M. Baker
Brendon M. Baker
Biomedical Engineering, University of Michigan
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Rapid casting of patterned vascular networks for perfusable engineered three-dimensional tissues
JS Miller, KR Stevens, MT Yang, BM Baker, DHT Nguyen, DM Cohen, ...
Nature materials 11 (9), 768-774, 2012
Deconstructing the third dimension–how 3D culture microenvironments alter cellular cues
BM Baker, CS Chen
Journal of cell science 125 (13), 3015-3024, 2012
The potential to improve cell infiltration in composite fiber-aligned electrospun scaffolds by the selective removal of sacrificial fibers
BM Baker, AO Gee, RB Metter, AS Nathan, RA Marklein, JA Burdick, ...
Biomaterials 29 (15), 2348-2358, 2008
Cell-mediated fibre recruitment drives extracellular matrix mechanosensing in engineered fibrillar microenvironments
BM Baker, B Trappmann, WY Wang, MS Sakar, IL Kim, VB Shenoy, ...
Nature materials 14 (12), 1262-1268, 2015
The effect of nanofiber alignment on the maturation of engineered meniscus constructs
BM Baker, RL Mauck
Biomaterials 28 (11), 1967-1977, 2007
Nanofibrous biologic laminates replicate the form and function of the annulus fibrosus
NL Nerurkar, BM Baker, S Sen, EE Wible, DM Elliott, RL Mauck
Nature materials 8 (12), 986-992, 2009
Endothelial cell sensing of flow direction
C Wang, BM Baker, CS Chen, MA Schwartz
Arteriosclerosis, thrombosis, and vascular biology 33 (9), 2130-2136, 2013
Engineering on the straight and narrow: the mechanics of nanofibrous assemblies for fiber-reinforced tissue regeneration
RL Mauck, BM Baker, NL Nerurkar, JA Burdick, WJ Li, RS Tuan, DM Elliott
Tissue Engineering Part B: Reviews 15 (2), 171-193, 2009
Fibrous hyaluronic acid hydrogels that direct MSC chondrogenesis through mechanical and adhesive cues
IL Kim, S Khetan, BM Baker, CS Chen, JA Burdick
Biomaterials 34 (22), 5571-5580, 2013
A DNA-based molecular probe for optically reporting cellular traction forces
BL Blakely, CE Dumelin, B Trappmann, LM McGregor, CK Choi, ...
Nature methods 11 (12), 1229-1232, 2014
Matrix degradability controls multicellularity of 3D cell migration
B Trappmann, BM Baker, WJ Polacheck, CK Choi, JA Burdick, CS Chen
Nature communications 8 (1), 1-8, 2017
Sacrificial nanofibrous composites provide instruction without impediment and enable functional tissue formation
BM Baker, RP Shah, AM Silverstein, JL Esterhai, JA Burdick, RL Mauck
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 109 (35), 14176-14181, 2012
Remodeling of fibrous extracellular matrices by contractile cells: predictions from discrete fiber network simulations
AS Abhilash, BM Baker, B Trappmann, CS Chen, VB Shenoy
Biophysical journal 107 (8), 1829-1840, 2014
Microfluidics embedded within extracellular matrix to define vascular architectures and pattern diffusive gradients
BM Baker, B Trappmann, SC Stapleton, E Toro, CS Chen
Lab on a Chip 13 (16), 3246-3252, 2013
Dynamic culture enhances stem cell infiltration and modulates extracellular matrix production on aligned electrospun nanofibrous scaffolds
NL Nerurkar, S Sen, BM Baker, DM Elliott, RL Mauck
Acta biomaterialia 7 (2), 485-491, 2011
Tissue engineering with meniscus cells derived from surgical debris
BM Baker, AS Nathan, GR Huffman, RL Mauck
Osteoarthritis and Cartilage 17 (3), 336-345, 2009
Dynamic tensile loading improves the functional properties of mesenchymal stem cell-laden nanofiber-based fibrocartilage
BM Baker, RP Shah, AH Huang, RL Mauck
Tissue Engineering Part A 17 (9-10), 1445-1455, 2011
Differentiation alters stem cell nuclear architecture, mechanics, and mechano-sensitivity
SJ Heo, TP Driscoll, SD Thorpe, NL Nerurkar, BM Baker, MT Yang, ...
Elife 5, e18207, 2016
New directions in nanofibrous scaffolds for soft tissue engineering and regeneration
BM Baker, AM Handorf, LC Ionescu, WJ Li, RL Mauck
Expert review of medical devices 6 (5), 515-532, 2009
Mechano-topographic modulation of stem cell nuclear shape on nanofibrous scaffolds
AS Nathan, BM Baker, NL Nerurkar, RL Mauck
Acta biomaterialia 7 (1), 57-66, 2011
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