* Indicates equal contributors.


  1. Copper Metal-Organic Framework Nanoparticles Stabilized with Folic Acid Improve Wound Healing in Diabetes. J. Xiao, Y. Zhu, S. Huddleston, P. Li, B. Xiao, O. Farha, and G.A. Ameer. ACS Nano 2018, In press.
  2. A Thermoresponsive, Citrate-based Macromolecule for Bone Regenerative Engineering. S. Morochnik, Y. Zhu, C. Duan, M. Cai, R.R. Reid , T.C. He, J. Koh, I. Szleifer, and G.A. Ameer. J. Biomedical Mat. Res.: Part A 2018, In press.
  3. Inhibiting Intimal Hyperplasia in Prosthetic Vascular Grafts via Immobilized All-trans Retinoic Acid. E.K. Gregory, A. Webb, J.M. Vercammen, M.E. Kelly, B. Akar, R. van Lith, E.M. Bahnson, W. Jiang, G.A. Ameer, and M.R. Kibbe. J. Controlled Release 2018, 274, pp 69–80.
  4. High-speed on-demand 3D printed bioresorbable vascular scaffolds. H.O.T. Ware, A.C. Farsheed, B. Akar, C. Duan, X. Chen, G.A. Ameer and C. Sun. Mater. Today Chem. 2018, 7, pp 25-34.


  1. Mechanically Functional 3D-Printed Bioresorbable Vascular Scaffolds. B. Akar, H.O.T. Ware, A.C. Farsheed, C. Duan, X. Chen, C. Sun and G.A. Ameer. Tissue Engineering Part A 2017, 23, p S14.
  2. 3-D bioprinting technologies in tissue engineering and regenerative medicine: Current and future trends. E.S. Bishop, S. Mostafa, M. Pakvasa, H.H. Luu, M.J. Lee, J.M. Wolf, G.A. Ameer, T.C. He and R.R. Reid. Genes & Diseases 2017, 4(4), pp 185-195.
  3. Structural behavior of competitive temperature and pH-responsive tethered polymer layers. S. Morochnik, R.J. Nap, G.A. Ameer and I. Szleifer. Soft Matter 2017, 13, pp 6322–6331.
  4. Vascular scaffolds with enhanced antioxidant activity inhibit graft calcification. B. Jiang, R. Suen, J.J. Wang, Z.J. Zhang, J.A. Wertheim and G.A. Ameer. Biomaterials 2017, 144, pp 166-175
  5. Neural EGF-like protein 1 (NELL-1): Signaling crosstalk in mesenchymal stem cells and applications in regenerative medicine. M. Pakvasa, A. Alverdy, S. Mostafa, E. Wang, L. Fu, A. Li, L. Oliveira, A. Athiviraham, M.J. Lee, J.M. Wolf, T.C. He, G.A. Ameer and R.R. Reid. Genes & Diseases 2017, 4(3), pp 127-137
  6. Fabrication Speed Optimization for High-resolution 3D-printing of Bioresorbable Vascular Scaffolds. H.O.T. Ware, A.C. Farsheed, E. Baker, G.A. Ameer and C. Sun. Procedia CIRP 2017, 65, pp 131-138
  7. Assessment of an engineered endothelium via single-photon emission computed tomography. B. Jiang*, Y. Wu*, C.R. Haney, C. Duan and G.A. Ameer. Biotechnol. Bioeng. 2017, 114(10), pp 2371–2378
  8. 3D-printed bioresorbable vascular scaffolds: an important step towards personalizing vascular medical devices?. G.A. Ameer, B. Akar and C. Sun. Expert Review of Precision Medicine and Drug Development 2017, 2(3), pp 145-146
  9. Notch Signaling Augments BMP9-Induced Bone Formation by Promoting the Osteogenesis-Angiogenesis Coupling Process in Mesenchymal Stem Cells (MSCs). J. Liao, Q. Wei, Y. Zou, J. Fan, D. Song, J. Cui, W. Zhang, Y. Zhu, C. Ma, X. Hu, X. Qu, L. Chen, X. Yu, Z. Zhang, C. Wang, C. Zhao, Z. Zeng, R. Zhang, S. Yan, T. Wu, X. Wu, Y. Shu, J. Lei, Y. Li, H.H. Luu, M.J. Lee, R.R. Reid, G.A. Ameer, J.M. Wolf, T.C. He and W. Huang. Cell. Physiol. Biochem. 2017, 41, pp 1905–1923
  10. A biodegradable tri-component graft for anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction. Cover Image. E.J. Chung, M.J. Sugimoto, J.L. Koh and G.A. Ameer. J. Tissue Eng. Regen. Med. 2017, 11(3)
  11. Repair of critical sized cranial defects with BMP9-transduced calvarial cells delivered in a thermoresponsive scaffold. Z.P. Dumanian, V. Tollemar, J. Ye, M. Lu, Y. Zhu, J. Liao, G.A. Ameer, T.C. He and R.R. Reid. PLOSone 2017, 12(3), e0172327
  12. A Tailorable In Situ Light-Activated Biodegradable Vascular Scaffold. M.S. Albaghdadi, J. Yang, J.H. Brown, N.A. Mansukhani, G.A. Ameer and M.R. Kibbe. Adv. Mater. Technol. 2017, 2(4), 1600243


  1. A Cooperative Copper Metal–Organic Framework-Hydrogel System Improves Wound Healing in Diabetes. J. Xiao, S. Chen, J. Yi, H.F. Zhang and G.A. Ameer. Adv. Funct. Mater. 2017, 27, 1604872
  2. Targeting Heparin to Collagen within Extracellular Matrix Significantly Reduces Thrombogenicity and Improves Endothelialization of Decellularized Tissues. B. Jiang, R. Suen, J.A. Wertheim and G.A. Ameer. Biomacromolecules 2016, 17(12), pp 3940–3948
  3. 3D-Printing Strong High-Resolution Antioxidant Bioresorbable Vascular Stents. R. van Lith, E. Baker, H.O.T. Ware, J. Yang, A.C. Farsheed, C. Sun and G.A. Ameer. Adv. Mater. Technol. 2016, 1(9), 1600138
  4. Sustained release of stromal cell derived factor-1 from an antioxidant thermoresponsive hydrogel enhances dermal wound healing in diabetes. Y. Zhu, R. Hoshi, S. Chen, J. Yi, C. Duan, R.D. Galiano, H.F. Zhang and G.A. Ameer. J. Control. Release 2016, 238(28), pp 114-122
  5. Bone morphogenetic protein 9 (BMP9) induces effective bone formation from reversibly immortalized multipotent adipose-derived (iMAD) mesenchymal stem cells. S. Lu, J. Wang, J. Ye, Y. Zou, Y. Zhu, Q. Wei, X. Wang, S. Tang, H. Liu, J. Fan, F. Zhang, E.M. Farina, M.M. Mohammed, D. Song, J. Liao, J. Huang, D. Guo, M. Lu, F. Liu, J. Liu, L. Li, C. Ma, X. Hu, M.J. Lee, R.R. Reid, G.A. Ameer, D. Zhou and T.C. He. Am. J. Transl. Res. 2016, 8(9), pp 3710–3730
  6. Stem cells, growth factors and scaffolds in craniofacial regenerative medicine. V. Tollemar, Z.J. Collier, M.K. Mohammed, M.J. Lee, G.A. Ameer and R.R. Reid. Genes Dis. 2016, 3(1), pp 56-71
  7. Mechanocompatible polymer-extracellular-matrix composites for vascular tissue engineering. Featured Article. B. Jiang, R. Suen, J.J. Wang, Z.J. Zhang, J.A. Wertheim and G.A. Ameer. Adv. Healthc. Mater. 2016, 5(13), pp 1594-1604
  8. A thermoresponsive polydiolcitrate-gelatin scaffold and delivery system mediates effective bone formation from BMP9-transduced mesenchymal stem cells. J. Ye, J. Wang, Y. Zhu, Q. Wei, X. Wang, J. Yang, S. Tang, H. Liu, J. Fan, F. Zhang, E.M. Farina, M.K. Mohammed, Y. Zou, D. Song, J. Liao, J. Huang, D. Guo, M. Lu, F. Liu, J. Liu, L. Li, C. Ma, X. Hu, R.C. Haydon, M.J. Lee, R.R. Reid, G.A. Ameer, L. Yang and T.C. He. Biomed. Mat. 2016, 11(2), 025021
  9. Biodegradable elastomers with antioxidant and retinoid-like properties. R. van Lith*, X. Wang* and G.A. Ameer. ACS Biomater. Sci. Eng. 2016, 2(2), pp 268-277
  10. Antioxidant polymers as a biomaterial or therapeutic choice. R. van Lith and G.A. Ameer. In: Oxidative Stress and Biomaterials. T. Dziubla and A. Butterfield, editors, Elsevier. In Press


  1. Biomimetic approaches to complex craniofacial defects. C.M. Teven, S. Fisher, G.A. Ameer, T.C. He and R.R. Reid. Ann. Maxillofac. Surg. 2015, 5(1), pp 4-13
  2. SIRT1 overexpression maintains cell phenotype and function of endothelial cells derived from induced pluripotent stem cells. B. Jiang, M. Jen, L. Perrin, J.A. Wertheim and G.A. Ameer. Stem Cells and Dev. 2015, 24(23), pp 2740-2745
  3. Enabling non-invasive assessment of an engineered endothelium on ePTFE vascular grafts without increasing oxidative stress. B. Jiang, L. Perrin, D. Kats, T. Meade and G.A. Ameer. Biomaterials 2015, 69, pp 110-120
  4. Citrate-Based Biomaterials and Their Applications in Regenerative Engineering. R.T. Tran, J. Yang and G.A. Ameer. Annu. Rev. Mater. Res. 2015, 45, pp 277-310
  5. Biodegradable Elastomers and Silicon Nanomembranes/Nanoribbons for Stretchable, Transient Electronics and Biosensors. S. Hwang, C.H. Lee, H. Cheng, J. Jeong, S.-K. Kang, J. Kim, J. Shin, J. Yang , Z. Liu, G.A. Ameer, Y. Huang and J.A. Rogers. Nano. Lett. 2015, 15(5), pp 2801-2808
  6. A polymer–extracellular matrix composite with improved thromboresistance and recellularization properties. B. Jiang, B. Akgun, R.C. Lam, G.A. Ameer and J.A. Wertheim. Acta Biomaterialia 2015, 18, pp 50-58
  7. Diazeniumdiolation of protamine sulfate reverses mitogenic effects on smooth muscle cells and fibroblasts. R. van Lith, J. Yang and G.A. Ameer. Free Radic. Biol. Med. 2015, 82, pp 13-21


  1. A thermo-responsive biodegradable polymer with intrinsic antioxidant properties. J. Yang*, R. van Lith*, K. Baler, R.A. Hoshi and G.A. Ameer. Biomacromolecules 2014, 15(11), pp 3942-3952
  2. Periadventital atRA via citrate-based polyester membranes reduces neointimal hyperplasia and restenosis after carotid injury in rats. E.K. Gregory, A.R. Webb, J. Martinez-Vercammen, M.E. Flynn, G.A. Ameer and M.R. Kibbe. Am J Physiol Heart Circ Physiol 2014, 307(10), pp H1419-1429
  3. Albumin hydrogels formed by electrostatically triggered self-assembly and their drug delivery capability. K. Baler, R. Michael, I. Szleifer and G.A. Ameer. Biomacromolecules 2014, 15(10), pp 3625-3633
  4. Advanced nanocomposites for bone regeneration. K. Baler, J. Ball, Z. Cankova, G.A. Ameer and J. Allen. Biomater. Sci. 2014, 2(10), pp 1355-1366
  5. Engineering biodegradable polyester elastomers with antioxidant properties to attenuate oxidative stress in tissues. R. van Lith, E.K. Gregory, J. Yang, M.R. Kibbe and G.A. Ameer. Biomaterials 2014, 35(28), pp 8113-8122
  6. Electrostatic Unfolding and Interactions of Albumin Driven by pH Changes: A Molecular Dynamics Study. K. Baler, O.A. Martin, M.A. Carignano, G.A. Ameer, J.A. Vila and I. Szleifer. J. Phys. Chem. B 2014, 118(4), pp 921-930


  1. A Receptor-Based Bioadsorbent to Target Advanced Glycation End Products in Chronic Kidney Disease. Y. Zhang, K.A. Lapidos, A. Gal-Moscovici, S.M. Sprague and G.A. Ameer. Artif. Organs 2013, 38(6), pp 474-483
  2. Photo-crosslinked biodegradable elastomers for controlled nitric oxide delivery. Y. Wang, M.R. Kibbe and G.A. Ameer. Biomater. Sci. 2013, 1(6), pp 625-632
  3. Cotransplantation with specific populations of spina bifida bone marrow stem/progenitor cells enhances urinary bladder regeneration. A.K. Sharma, M.I. Bury, N.J. Fuller, A.J. Marks, D.M. Kollhoff, M.V. Rao, P.V. Hota, D.J. Matoka, S.L. Edassery, H. Thaker, J.F. Sarwark, J.A. Janicki, G.A. Ameer and E.Y. Cheng. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA. 2013, 110(10), pp 4003-4008
  4. The blood and vascular cell compatibility of heparin-modified ePTFE vascular grafts. R. Hoshi, R. van Lith, M. Jen, J. Allen, K.A. Lapidos and G.A. Ameer. Biomaterials 2013, 34(1), pp 30-41
  5. Sustained, localized lentivirus delivery mediated from biodegradable polyesters. M. Jen, A. Hood, S. Shin, L. Shea and G.A. Ameer. J. Biomed. Mater. Res. Part A 2013, 101A(5), pp 1328-1335


  1. Impact of serum source and inflammatory cytokines on the isolation of endothelial colony-forming cells from peripheral blood. K.A. Lapidos, S.M. Sprague and G.A. Ameer . J. Tissue Eng. Regen. Med. 2012, 8(9), pp 747-756
  2. Recent Insights Into the Biomedical Applications of Shape-memory Polymers. M.C. Serrano and G.A. Ameer. Macromolecular Bioscience 2012, 12(9), pp 1156-1171
  3. Growth factor release from a chemically modified elastomeric poly(1,8-octanediol-co-citrate) thin film promotes angiogenesis in vivo. A.K. Sharma, M.I. Bury, N.J. Fuller, D.I. Roskiewicz, P.V. Hota, D.M. Kollhoff, M.J. Webber, N. Tapaskar, J.W. Meisner, P.J. Lariviere, S. Destefano, D. Wang, G.A. Ameer and E.Y. Cheng. J. Biomed. Mater. Res. Part A 2012, 100A(3), pp 561-570
  4. Low pressure foaming: a novel method for the fabrication of porous scaffolds for tissue engineering. Cover Image. E.J. Chung, M.J. Sugimoto, J. Koh and G.A. Ameer. Tissue Eng. Part C: Methods 2012, 18(2), pp 113-121
  5. Polymer-based nitric oxide therapies: Recent insights in biomedical applications. Feature Article. M. Jen*, M.C. Serrano*, R. van Lith and G.A. Ameer. Adv. Funct. Mater. 2012, 22(2), pp 239-260


  1. The role of hydroxyapatite in citric acid-based nanocomposites: surface characteristics, degradation, and osteogenicity in vitro. E.J. Chung, M.J. Sugimoto and G.A. Ameer. Acta Biomaterialia 2011, 7(11), pp 4057-4063
  2. Antioxidants modulate the antiproliferative effects of nitric oxide on vascular smooth muscle cells and adventitial fibroblasts by regulating oxidative stress. E.K. Gregory, A.K. Vavra, E.S. Moreira, G.E. Havelka, Q. Jiang, V.R. Lee, R. van Lith, G.A. Ameer, and M.R. Kibbe. Am. J. Surgery 2011, 202(5), pp 536-540
  3. Long-term in vivo response to citric acid-based nanocomposites for orthopaedic tissue engineering. E.J. Chung, P. Kodali, W. Laskin, J.L. Koh and G.A. Ameer. J. Mater. Sci. Mater. Med. 2011, 22(9), pp 2131-2138
  4. Novel biodegradable shape memory elastomers with drug releasing capabilities. Frontispiece Featured Article, M.C. Serrano, L. Carbajal and G.A. Ameer. Adv. Mater. 2011, 23(19), pp 2211-2215
  5. Poly(diol-co-citrates) as novel elastomeric perivascular wraps for the reduction of neointimal hyperplasia. M.C. Serrano, A.K. Vavra, M. Jen, M.E. Hogg, J. Murar, J. Martinez, L.K. Keefer, G.A. Ameer and M.R. Kibbe. Macromolecular Bioscience 2011, 11(5), pp 700-709
  6. Biohybrid strategies for vascular grafts. R. van Lith and G.A. Ameer. In Tissue Engineering: From Lab to Clinic, Norbert Pallua and Christopher&nsbp;V. Suschek, editors, Springer 2011, pp 279-316
  7. Early tissue response to citric acid-based micro- and nanocomposites. E.J. Chung, H.J. Qiu, P. Kodali, S. Yang, S.M. Sprague, J. Hwong, J. Koh and G.A. Ameer. J. Biomed. Mater. Res. Part A 2011, 96A(1), pp 29-37
  8. Effect of bilateral oophorectomy on wound healing of the rabbit vagina. Y. Abramov, A.R. Webb, S.M. Botros, R.P. Goldberg, G.A. Ameer and P.K. Sand. Fertil. Steril. 2011, 95(4), pp 1467-1470


  1. Urinary bladder smooth muscle regeneration utilizing bone marrow derived mesenchymal stem cell seeded elastomeric poly(1,8-octanediol-co-citrate) based thin films. A.K. Sharmaa, P.V. Hotaa, D.J. Matokaa, N.J. Fullera, D. Jandalia, H. Thakera, G.A. Ameer and E.Y. Cheng. Biomaterials 2010, 31(24), pp 6207-6217
  2. Advances and Applications of Biodegradable Elastomers in Regenerative Medicine. Featured Article. M.C. Serrano*, E.J. Chung* and G.A. Ameer. Adv. Funct. Mater. 2010, 20(2), pp 192-208
  3. Toward Engineering a Human Neoendothelium with Circulating Progenitor Cells. J. Allen, S. Khan, K.A. Lapidos and G.A. Ameer. Stem Cells 2010, 28(2), pp 318-328
  4. Biodegradable nitric oxide-releasing poly(diol citrate) elastomers. H. Zhao, M.C. Serrano, D.A. Popowich, M.R. Kibbe and G.A. Ameer. J. Biomed. Mater. Res. Part A 2010, 93A(1), pp 356-363
  5. Citric acid-based elastomers provide a biocompatible interface for vascular grafts. M.R. Kibbe, J. Martinez, D.A. Popowich, M.R. Kapadia, S.S. Ahanchi, O.O. Aalami, Q. Jiang, A.R. Webb, J. Yang, T. Carroll and G.A. Ameer. J. Biomed. Mater. Res. Part A 2010, 93A(1), pp 314-324


  1. Sustained transgene expression via citric acid-based polyester elastomers. X.Q. Zhang, H. Tang, R. Hoshi, L. De Laporte, H. Qiu, X. Xu, L.D. Shea and G.A. Ameer. Biomaterials 2009, 30, pp 2632-41
  2. Nanoporous biodegradable elastomers. Inside Cover Image. R. Hoshi, S. Behl and G.A. Ameer. Adv. Mater. 2009, 21, pp 188-192
  3. Modulating the mechanical properties of poly(diol citrates) via the incorporation of a second type of crosslink network. H. Zhao and G.A. Ameer. J. Appl. Polym. Sci. 2009, 114(3), pp 1464-1470


  1. Role of nanocomposites in bone regeneration. Cover and Featured Article. M. Rogel, H. Qiu and G.A. Ameer. J. Mat. Chem. 2008, 18, pp 4233-4241
  2. Characterization of porcine circulating progenitor cells: Towards a functional endothelium. J. Allen, S. Khan, M. Concepcion-Serrano and G.A. Ameer. Tissue Eng. Part A 2008, 14, pp 183-194
  3. A new strategy to characterize the extent of reaction of thermoset elastomers. A. Webb, J. Yang, G.A. Ameer. J. Polym. Sci. A 2008, vol 46, pp 1318-1328
  4. Endothelial cells derived from circulating progenitors as an effective source to functional endothelialization of NaOH-treated poly(epsilon-caprolactone) films. M.C. Serrano, R. Pagani, G.A. Ameer, M. Vallet-Regi and M.T. Portoles. J. Biomed. Mater. Res. Part A 2008, 87, pp 964-971


  1. In vitro characterization of a compliant biodegradable scaffold with a novel bioreactor system. A. Webb, B.D. Macrie, A.S. Ray, J.E. Russo, A.M. Siegel, M. Glucksberg and G.A. Ameer. Ann. Biomed. Eng., 35, pp 1357-1367
  2. A biodegradable vascularizing membrane: A feasibility study. A. Kaushiva, V. Turzhitsky, M. Darmoc, V. Backman and G.A. Ameer. Acta Biomaterialia 2007, 3, pp 631-642
  3. Biodegradable poly(diol citrate) nanocomposite elastomers for soft tissue engineering. A. Webb, V. Kumar and G.A. Ameer. J. Mater. Chem. 2007, 17, pp 900-906
  4. Hemocompatibility evaluation of poly(1,8 octanediol citrate) in vitro for vascular tissue engineering. D. Motlagh, J. Allen, J.Yang, R. Hoshi, K.Y. Liu and G.A. Ameer. J. Biomed. Mater. Res. Part A 2007, 82, pp 907-916
  5. Spectroscopic translation of cell-material interactions. J. Allen, Y. Liu, Y. Kim, V. Turzhitsky, V. Backman and G.A. Ameer. Biomaterials 2007, 28, pp 162-174


  1. Engineering sub-100 nm multilayer nanoshells. X. Xia, Y. Liu, V. Backman and G.A. Ameer. Nanotechnology 2006, 17, pp 5435-5440
  2. A citric acid-based poly(diol citrate)-hydroxyapatite composite for orthopedic implants. H. Qiu, J. Yang, P. Kodali, J. Koh and G.A. Ameer. Biomaterials 2006, 27, pp 5845-5854
  3. Mechanical interlocking of engineered cartilage to an underlying polymeric substrate: Towards a biohybrid cartilage tissue equivalent. L. Romito and G.A. Ameer. Ann. Biomed. Eng. 2006, 34, pp 737-747
  4. Modulating ePTFE vascular graft host response via citric acid-based biodegradable elastomers. J. Yang, D. Motlagh, J. Allen, A. Webb, M. Kibbe, O. Aalami, M. Kapadia, T. Carroll and G.A. Ameer. Adv. Mater. 2006, 18, 1493-1498
  5. Hemocompatibility evaluation of poly(glycerol-sebacate) in vitro for vascular tissue engineering. D. Motlagh, J. Yang, K.Y. Lui, A. Webb and G.A. Ameer. Biomaterials 2006, 27, pp 4315-4324
  6. A new biodegradable polyester elastomer for cartilage tissue engineering. Y. Kang, J. Yang, S. Khan, L. Anissian and G.A. Ameer. J. Biomed. Mater. Res. Part A 2006, 77A, pp331-339
  7. Synthesis and evaluation of novel biodegradable elastomeric polyesters. J. Yang, A. Webb, S. Pickerill, G. Hageman and G.A. Ameer. Biomaterials 2006, 27, pp 1889-1898
  8. Biomechanical properties of vaginal versus abdominal surgical wound healing in a rabbit model. Y. Abramov, A. Webb, J. Miller, A. Alshahrour, S. Botros, R. Goldberg, G.A. Ameer and P. Sand. Am. J. Obstet. Gynecol. 2006, 194(5), pp 1472-1477


  1. A novel biphasic elastomeric scaffold for small-diameter blood vessel tissue engineering. J. Yang, D. Motlagh, A. Webb and G.A. Ameer. Tissue Eng. 2005, 11, pp 1876-1886
  2. Assessment of the stability of an immunoadsorbent for the removal of b2–microglobulin from blood. C. Daniels, E. Woolverton, S. Sprague and G.A. Ameer. Blood Purification 2005, 23, pp 287-297
  3. Optimal design of structured nanospheres for ultra sharp light scattering resonances as molecular imaging multilabels. K. Chen, Y. Liu, G.A. Ameer and V. Backman. J. Biomed. Opt. 2005, 10(2), 024005, pp 1-6


  1. Biodegradable Polyester Elastomers in Tissue Engineering. A. Webb, J. Yang and G.A. Ameer. Expert Opin. Biol. Ther. 2004, 4(6), pp 801-812.
  2. Novel citric acid-based biodegradable elastomers for tissue engineering. J. Yang, A. Webb and G.A. Ameer. Adv. Mater. 2004, 16, pp 511-516.
  3. Single-Chain Antibody Fragment-Based Adsorbent for the Extracorporeal Removal of microglobulin from Blood. E.A. Grovender, B. Kellogg, J. Singh, D. Blom, H. Ploegh, D. Wittrup, R. Langer and G.A. Ameer. Kidney Int. 2004, 65, pp 310-322


  1. A Tough Biodegradable Elastomer. Y. Wang, G.A. Ameer, B.J. Sheppard and R. Langer. Nat. Biotechnol. 2002, 20(6), pp 587-591
  2. A Biodegradable Composite Scaffold for Cell Transplantation. G.A. Ameer , T.A. Mahmood and R. Langer. J. Orthop. Res. 2002, 20(1), pp 16-19
  3. Immunoadsorption Model for a Fluidized-Bed Blood Detoxification Device. E.A. Grovender, C.L. Cooney, R. Langer and G.A. Ameer. AIChE Journal 2002, 48(10) pp 2357-2365


  1. A Novel Immunoadsorption Device for Removing β2-microglobulin from Whole Blood. G.A. Ameer, E.A. Grovender, D. Ting, H. Ploegh, W. Owen, M. Rupnik and R. Langer. Kidney Int. 2001, 59, pp 1544-1550
  2. Modalities for the Removal of β2-microglobulin from Blood. G.A. Ameer. Semin. Dial. 2001, 14(2), pp 103-106
  3. Cell-killing Potential of a Water-Soluble Radical Initiator. G.A. Ameer, E.T. Crumpler and R. Langer. Int. J. Cancer 2001, 93(6), pp 875-879
  4. Modeling the Mixing Behaviour of a Novel Fluidized Extracorporeal Immunoadsorber. E.A. Grovender, C.L. Cooney, R. Langer and G.A. Ameer. Chem. Eng. Sci. 2001, 56(18), pp 5437-5441


  1. Regional heparinization via simultaneous separation and reaction in a novel Taylor-Couette flow device. G.A. Ameer, S. Raghavan, R. Sasisekharan, W. Harmon, C.L. Cooney and R. Langer. Biotechnol. Bioeng. 1999, 63(5), pp 618-624
  2. Investigation of a whole blood fluidized bed Taylor-Couette flow device for enzymatic heparin neutralization. G.A. Ameer, W. Harmon, R. Sasisekharan and R. Langer. Biotechnol. Bioeng. 1999, 62(5), pp602-608
  3. Ex Vivo Evaluation of a Taylor-Couette Flow, Immobilized Heparinase I Device for Clinical Application. G.A. Ameer, G. Barabino, R. Sasisekharan, C.L. Cooney, W. Harmon and R. Langer. Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. USA 1999, 96, pp 2350-2355
  4. RTD analysis of a novel Taylor-Couette flow device for blood detoxification. G.A. Ameer, E.A. Grovender, B. Obradovic, C.L. Cooney and R. Langer. AIChE Journal 1999, 45(3), pp 633-638