Mark E. Van Dyke

Neuroscience Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem, NC, United States 
Neuroscience Biology, Biomedical Engineering
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de Guzman RC, Tsuda SM, Ton MT, et al. (2015) Binding Interactions of Keratin-Based Hair Fiber Extract to Gold, Keratin, and BMP-2. Plos One. 10: e0137233
Bertram TA, Johnson PC, Tawil BJ, et al. (2015) Enhancing Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine Product Commercialization: The Role of Science in Regulatory Decision-Making for the TE/RM Product Development. Tissue Engineering. Part A
Tomblyn S, Pettit Kneller EL, Walker SJ, et al. (2015) Keratin hydrogel carrier system for simultaneous delivery of exogenous growth factors and muscle progenitor cells. Journal of Biomedical Materials Research. Part B, Applied Biomaterials
Fearing BV, Van Dyke ME. (2014) In vitro response of macrophage polarization to a keratin biomaterial. Acta Biomaterialia. 10: 3136-44
Johnson PC, Bertram TA, Carty NR, et al. (2014) Awareness of the role of science in the FDA regulatory submission process: a survey of the TERMIS-Americas membership. Tissue Engineering. Part A. 20: 1565-82
Poranki DR, Van Dyke ME. (2014) The effect of gamma keratose on cell viability in vitro after thermal stress and the regulation of cell death pathway-specific gene expression. Biomaterials. 35: 4646-55
Kowalczewski CJ, Tombyln S, Wasnick DC, et al. (2014) Reduction of ectopic bone growth in critically-sized rat mandible defects by delivery of rhBMP-2 from kerateine biomaterials. Biomaterials. 35: 3220-8
Pace LA, Plate JF, Mannava S, et al. (2014) A human hair keratin hydrogel scaffold enhances median nerve regeneration in nonhuman primates: an electrophysiological and histological study. Tissue Engineering. Part A. 20: 507-17
Burnett LR, Richter JG, Rahmany MB, et al. (2014) Novel keratin (KeraStat™) and polyurethane (Nanosan(R)-Sorb) biomaterials are hemostatic in a porcine lethal extremity hemorrhage model. Journal of Biomaterials Applications. 28: 869-79
Poranki D, Whitener W, Howse S, et al. (2013) Evaluation of skin regeneration after burns in vivo and rescue of cells after thermal stress in vitro following treatment with a keratin biomaterial. Journal of Biomaterials Applications. 29: 26-35
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