Xinqiao Jia
Xinqiao Jia
Professor of Materials Science and Engineering, University of Delaware
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Nanostructured materials for applications in drug delivery and tissue engineering
M Goldberg, R Langer, X Jia
Journal of Biomaterials Science, Polymer Edition 18 (3), 241-268, 2007
11092007
Controlled degradation and mechanical behavior of photopolymerized hyaluronic acid networks
JA Burdick, C Chung, X Jia, MA Randolph, R Langer
Biomacromolecules 6 (1), 386-391, 2005
7332005
Hyaluronan: a simple polysaccharide with diverse biological functions
KT Dicker, LA Gurski, S Pradhan-Bhatt, RL Witt, MC Farach-Carson, X Jia
Acta biomaterialia 10 (4), 1558-1570, 2014
4392014
Hyaluronic acid-based hydrogels: from a natural polysaccharide to complex networks
X Xu, AK Jha, DA Harrington, MC Farach-Carson, X Jia
Soft matter 8 (12), 3280-3294, 2012
4132012
Three-dimensional in vitro tumor models for cancer research and drug evaluation
X Xu, MC Farach-Carson, X Jia
Biotechnology advances 32 (7), 1256-1268, 2014
3432014
Hybrid multicomponent hydrogels for tissue engineering
X Jia, KL Kiick
Macromolecular bioscience 9 (2), 140-156, 2009
2622009
Hyaluronic acid-based microgels and microgel networks for vocal fold regeneration
X Jia, Y Yeo, RJ Clifton, T Jiao, DS Kohane, JB Kobler, SM Zeitels, ...
Biomacromolecules 7 (12), 3336-3344, 2006
2552006
A Route to Nanoscopic SiO2 Posts via Block Copolymer Templates
HC Kim, X Jia, CM Stafford, DH Kim, TJ McCarthy, M Tuominen, ...
Advanced Materials 13 (11), 795-797, 2001
2482001
Hyaluronic acid-based hydrogels as 3D matrices for in vitro evaluation of chemotherapeutic drugs using poorly adherent prostate cancer cells
LA Gurski, AK Jha, C Zhang, X Jia, MC Farach-Carson
Biomaterials 30 (30), 6076-6085, 2009
2332009
Synthesis and characterization of in situ cross-linkable hyaluronic acid-based hydrogels with potential application for vocal fold regeneration
X Jia, JA Burdick, J Kobler, RJ Clifton, JJ Rosowski, SM Zeitels, R Langer
Macromolecules 37 (9), 3239-3248, 2004
1942004
Prolongation of sciatic nerve blockade by in situ cross-linked hyaluronic acid
X Jia, G Colombo, R Padera, R Langer, DS Kohane
Biomaterials 25 (19), 4797-4804, 2004
1832004
Heparin-decorated, hyaluronic acid-based hydrogel particles for the controlled release of bone morphogenetic protein 2
X Xu, AK Jha, RL Duncan, X Jia
Acta biomaterialia 7 (8), 3050-3059, 2011
1412011
Structural analysis and mechanical characterization of hyaluronic acid-based doubly cross-linked networks
AK Jha, RA Hule, T Jiao, SS Teller, RJ Clifton, RL Duncan, DJ Pochan, ...
Macromolecules 42 (2), 537-546, 2009
1372009
3D matrices for anti-cancer drug testing and development
LA Gurski, NJ Petrelli, X Jia, MC Farach-Carson
Oncology Issues 25 (1), 20-25, 2010
1332010
Controlling the adhesion and differentiation of mesenchymal stem cells using hyaluronic acid-based, doubly crosslinked networks
AK Jha, X Xu, RL Duncan, X Jia
Biomaterials 32 (10), 2466-2478, 2011
1222011
Recreating the tumor microenvironment in a bilayer, hyaluronic acid hydrogel construct for the growth of prostate cancer spheroids
X Xu, LA Gurski, C Zhang, DA Harrington, MC Farach-Carson, X Jia
Biomaterials 33 (35), 9049-9060, 2012
1162012
Perlecan domain I-conjugated, hyaluronic acid-based hydrogel particles for enhanced chondrogenic differentiation via BMP-2 release
AK Jha, W Yang, CB Kirn-Safran, MC Farach-Carson, X Jia
Biomaterials 30 (36), 6964-6975, 2009
1162009
Tunable mechanical stability and deformation response of a resilin-based elastomer
L Li, S Teller, RJ Clifton, X Jia, KL Kiick
Biomacromolecules 12 (6), 2302-2310, 2011
1082011
A hydrogel-based tumor model for the evaluation of nanoparticle-based cancer therapeutics
X Xu, CR Sabanayagam, DA Harrington, MC Farach-Carson, X Jia
Biomaterials 35 (10), 3319-3330, 2014
992014
Resilin-like polypeptide hydrogels engineered for versatile biological function
L Li, Z Tong, X Jia, KL Kiick
Soft Matter 9 (3), 665-673, 2013
972013
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