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Holloway Research Group

Publications

  1. Jensen, G.; Holloway, J.L.; Stabenfeldt, S.E. Hyaluronic Acid Biomaterials for Central Nervous System Regenerative Medicine. Cells 2020.9.2113. https://doi.org/10.3390/cells9092113

  2. F.M. Fumasi, N. Stephanopoulos, J.L. Holloway. “Reversible Control of Biomaterial Properties for Dynamically Tuning Cell Behavior.” Journal of Applied Polymer Science . 2020.137:e49058.

  3. B.P. Hedrick, C. Gao, A.R. Tumarkin-Deratzian, C. Shen, J.L. Holloway, F. Zhang, K.D. Hankenson, S. Liu, J. Anne, P. Dodson. “An Injured Psittacosaurus (Dinosauria: Ceratopsia) From the Yixian Formation (Liaoning, China): Implications for Psittacosaurus Biology.” The Anatomical Record. 2016. 299(7): 897-906.

  4. J.L. Holloway, H. Ma, R. Rai, K.D. Hankenson, J.A. Burdick. “Synergistic effects of SDF-1 and BMP-2 released from proteolytically degradable hyaluronic acid hydrogels on in vivo bone repair.” Macromolecular Bioscience. 2015. 15: 1218-23.

  5. J.L. Holloway, H. Ma, R. Rai, J.A. Burdick. “Modulating hydrogel crosslink density and degradation to control bone morphogenetic protein delivery and in vivo bone formation.” Journal of Controlled Release. 2014. 191: 63-70.

  6. J.L. Holloway, A.M. Lowman, M.R. VanLandingham, G.R. Palmese. “Interfacial optimization for fiber-reinforced hydrogel composites for soft fibrous tissue applications.” Acta Biomaterialia. 2014. 10(8): 3581-9.

  7. W. Gramlich, J.L. Holloway, R. Rai, J.A. Burdick. “Transdermal gelation of methacrylated macromers with near-infrared light and gold nanorods.” Nanotechnology. 2014. 25(1): 1-8.

  8. T. Lane, J.L. Holloway, A.H. Milani, J.M. Saunders, A.J. Freemont, B.R. Saunders. “Double network hydrogels prepared from pH-responsive doubly crosslinked microgels.” Soft Matter. 2013. 9(33): 7934-41.

  9. J.L. Holloway, A.M. Lowman, M.R. VanLandingham, G.R. Palmese. “Improved interfacial shear strength in PVA-UHMWPE fiber composites following chemical grafting of glutaraldehyde for fibrous tissue applications.” Composites and Science Technology. 2013. 85: 118-25.

  10. J.L. Holloway, A.M. Lowman, G.R. Palmese. “The roles of crystallization and phase separation in the formation of hysically crosslinked PVA hydrogels.” Soft Matter. 2013. 9(3): 826-33.

  11. J.L. Holloway, A.M. Lowman, G.R. Palmese. “Aging behavior of PVA hydrogels for soft tissue applications after in vitro swelling using osmotic pressure solutions.” Acta Biomaterialia. 2013. 9(2): 5013-21.

  12. J.L. Holloway, K.L. Spiller, A.M. Lowman, G.R. Palmese. “Analysis of the in vitro swelling behavior of poly(vinyl alcohol) hydrogels in osmotic pressure solution for soft tissue replacement.” Acta Biomaterialia. 2011. 7(6): 2477-82.

  13. K.L. Spiller, Y. Liu, J.L. Holloway, S.A. Maher, W. Liu, Y.L. Cao, G. Zhou, A.M. Lowman. “A novel method for the direct fabrication of growth factor-loaded microspheres within porous nondegradable hydrogels: Controlled release for cartilage tissue engineering.” Journal of Controlled Release. 2011. 157(1): 39-45.

  14. K.L. Spiller, J.L. Holloway, M. Gribb, A.M. Lowman. “Design of semi-degradable hydrogels based on poly(vinyl alcohol) and poly(lactic-co-glycolic acid) for cartilage tissue engineering.” Journal of Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine. 2011. 5(8): 636-47.

  15. J.L. Holloway, A.M. Lowman, G.R. Palmese. “Mechanical evaluation of poly(vinyl alcohol) based fibrous composites as biomaterials for meniscal tissue replacement.” Acta Biomaterialia. 2010. 6(12): 4716-24.