Erhan Bat
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Trehalose glycopolymers as excipients for protein stabilization
J Lee, EW Lin, UY Lau, JL Hedrick, E Bat, HD Maynard
Biomacromolecules 14 (8), 2561-2569, 2013
Synthesis and characterization of hyperbranched and air drying fatty acid based resins
E Bat, G Gündüz, D Kısakürek, İM Akhmedov
Progress in Organic Coatings 55 (4), 330-336, 2006
Ultraviolet light crosslinking of poly (trimethylene carbonate) for elastomeric tissue engineering scaffolds
E Bat, BHM Kothman, GA Higuera, CA van Blitterswijk, J Feijen, ...
Biomaterials 31 (33), 8696-8705, 2010
Imine hydrogels with tunable degradability for tissue engineering
N Boehnke, C Cam, E Bat, T Segura, HD Maynard
Biomacromolecules 16 (7), 2101-2108, 2015
Trimethylene carbonate and ϵ-caprolactone based (co) polymer networks: mechanical properties and enzymatic degradation
E Bat, JA Plantinga, MC Harmsen, MJA van Luyn, Z Zhang, DW Grijpma, ...
Biomacromolecules 9 (11), 3208-3215, 2008
Trehalose glycopolymer resists allow direct writing of protein patterns by electron-beam lithography
E Bat, J Lee, UY Lau, HD Maynard
Nature communications 6 (1), 1-8, 2015
Biodegradable elastomers for biomedical applications and regenerative medicine
E Bat, Z Zhang, J Feijen, DW Grijpma, AA Poot
Regenerative medicine 9 (3), 385-398, 2014
Macrophage-mediated erosion of gamma irradiated poly (trimethylene carbonate) films
E Bat, TG Van Kooten, J Feijen, DW Grijpma
Biomaterials 30 (22), 3652-3661, 2009
In vivo behavior of trimethylene carbonate and ε‐caprolactone‐based (co) polymer networks: Degradation and tissue response
E Bat, JA Plantinga, MC Harmsen, MJA Van Luyn, J Feijen, DW Grijpma
Journal of Biomedical Materials Research Part A 95 (3), 940-949, 2010
Direct write protein patterns for multiplexed cytokine detection from live cells using electron beam lithography
UY Lau, SS Saxer, J Lee, E Bat, HD Maynard
ACS nano 10 (1), 723-729, 2016
Resorbable elastomeric networks prepared by photocrosslinking of high-molecular-weight poly (trimethylene carbonate) with photoinitiators and poly (trimethylene carbonate …
E Bat, TG Van Kooten, J Feijen, DW Grijpma
Acta biomaterialia 7 (5), 1939-1948, 2011
Chemoselective Immobilization of Proteins by Microcontact Printing and Bio‐orthogonal Click Reactions
ZP Tolstyka, W Richardson, E Bat, CJ Stevens, DP Parra, JK Dozier, ...
ChemBioChem 14 (18), 2464-2471, 2013
Use of nanoparticles in tissue engineering and regenerative medicine
M Fathi-Achachelouei, H Knopf-Marques, CE Ribeiro da Silva, J Barthès, ...
Frontiers in bioengineering and biotechnology 7, 113, 2019
Morphing Hydrogel Patterns by Thermo‐Reversible Fluorescence Switching
E Bat, EW Lin, S Saxer, HD Maynard
Macromolecular rapid communications 35 (14), 1260-1265, 2014
Biodegradable elastomeric networks: highly efficient cross-linking of poly (trimethylene carbonate) by gamma irradiation in the presence of pentaerythritol triacrylate
E Bat, J Feijen, DW Grijpma
Biomacromolecules 11 (10), 2692-2699, 2010
Crosslinking of Trimethylene Carbonate and D, L‐Lactide (Co‐) Polymers by Gamma Irradiation in the Presence of Pentaerythritol Triacrylate
E Bat, TG van Kooten, J Feijen, DW Grijpma
Macromolecular bioscience 11 (7), 952-961, 2011
Physical Properties and Erosion Behavior of Poly(trimethylene carbonate‐co‐ε‐caprolactone) Networks
E Bat, TG van Kooten, MC Harmsen, JA Plantinga, MJA van Luyn, ...
Macromolecular bioscience 13 (5), 573-583, 2013
Flexible scaffolds based on poly (trimethylene carbonate) networks for cardiac tissue engineering
E Bat, MC Harmsen, JA Plantinga, MJA van Luyn, J Feijen, DW Grijpma
11th European Symposium on Controlled Drug Delivery, ESCDD 2010, 2010
Glucose‐Responsive Trehalose Hydrogel for Insulin Stabilization and Delivery
J Lee, JH Ko, KM Mansfield, PC Nauka, E Bat, HD Maynard
Macromolecular bioscience 18 (5), 1700372, 2018
Soft-lithographic patterning of room temperature-sintering Ag nanoparticles on foil
PF Moonen, E Bat, WP Voorthuijzen, J Huskens
RSC advances 3 (40), 18498-18505, 2013
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