Biomedical Engineering - Carnegie Mellon University

Books

Publications - Phil Campbell

[1999a] Campbell PG, SK Durham, JD Hayes, A Suwanichkul, DR Powell Insulin-like growth factor-binding protein-3 binds fibrinogen and fibrin. J Biol Chem 274: 30215-30221

[1999b] Kurtz CA, TG Loebig, DD Anderson, PJ DeMeo, PG Campbell Insulin-like growth factor I accelerates functional recovery from Achilles tendon injury in a rat model. American Journal of Sports Medicine 27: 363-369

[2001a] Dunn AS, PG Campbell, KG Marra The influence of polymer blend composition on the degradation of polymer/hydroxyapatite biomaterials. J Mater Sci Mater Med 12: 673-677

[2004a] Jadlowiec J, H Koch, XY Zhang, PG Campbell, M Seyedain, C Sfeir Phosphophoryn regulates the gene expression and differentiation of NIH3T3, MC3T3-E1, and human mesenchymal stem cells via the integrin/MAPK signaling pathway. Journal of Biological Chemistry 279: 53323-53330

[2005a] Campbell PG, ED Miller, GW Fisher, LM Walker, LE Weiss Engineered spatial patterns of FGF-2 immobilized on fibrin direct cell organization. Biomaterials 26: 6762-6770

[2005b] Celil AB, PG Campbell BMP-2 and insulin-like growth factor-I mediate Osterix (Osx) expression in human mesenchymal stem cells via the MAPK and protein kinase D signaling pathways. J Biol Chem 280: 31353-31359

[2005c] Celil AB, JO Hollinger, PG Campbell Osx transcriptional regulation is mediated by additional pathways to BMP2/Smad signaling. J Cell Biochem 95: 518-528

[2005d] Koch H, JA Jadlowiec, PG Campbell Insulin-like growth factor-I induces early osteoblast gene expression in human mesenchymal stem cells. Stem Cells and Development 14: 621-631

[2005e] Weiss LE, CH Amon, S Finger, ED Miller, D Romero, I Verdinelli, LM Walker, PG Campbell Bayesian computer-aided experimental design of heterogeneous scaffolds for tissue engineering. Computer-Aided Design 37: 1127-1139

[2006a] Miller ED, GW Fisher, LE Weiss, LM Walker, PG Campbell Dose-dependent cell growth in response to concentration modulated patterns of FGF-2 printed on fibrin. Biomaterials 27: 2213-2221

[2006b] Jadlowiec JA, XY Zhang, JH Li, PG Campbell, C Sfeir Extracellular matrix-mediated signaling by dentin phosphophoryn involves activation of the smad pathway independent of bone morphogenetic protein. Journal of Biological Chemistry 281: 5341-5347

[2007a] Campbell PG, LE Weiss Tissue engineering with the aid of inkjet printers. Expert Opin Biol Ther 7: 1123-1127

[2007b] Nauman JV, PG Campbell, F Lanni, JL Anderson Diffusion of insulin-like growth factor-I and ribonuclease through fibrin gels. Biophys J 92: 4444-4450

[2007c] Smith JD, A Chen, LA Ernst, AS Waggoner, PG Campbell Immobilization of aprotinin to fibrinogen as a novel method for controlling degradation of fibrin gels. Bioconjug Chem 18: 695-701

[2007d] Smith JD, GW Fisher, AS Waggoner, PG Campbell The use of quantum dots for analysis of chick CAM vasculature. Microvasc Res 73: 75-83

[2007e] Smith JD, ME Melhem, KT Magge, AS Waggoner, PG Campbell Improved growth factor directed vascularization into fibrin constructs through inclusion of additional extracellular molecules. Microvasc Res 73: 84-94

[2008a] Li K, ED Miller, M Chen, T Kanade, LE Weiss, PG Campbell Cell population tracking and lineage construction with spatiotemporal context. Med Image Anal 12: 546-566

[2008b] Nain AS, JA Phillippi, M Sitti, J Mackrell, PG Campbell, C Amon Control of cell behavior by aligned micro/nanofibrous biomaterial scaffolds fabricated by spinneret-based tunable engineered parameters (STEP) technique. Small 8: 1153-1159

[2008c] Phillippi JA, E Miller, L Weiss, J Huard, A Waggoner, P Campbell Microenvironments engineered by
inkjet bioprinting spatially direct adult stem cells towards muscle- and bone-like subpopulations. Stem
Cells
26: 127-134

[2009a] Miller ED, JA Phillippi, GW Fisher, PG Campbell, LM Walker, LE Weiss Inkjet printing of growth factor
concentration gradients and combinatorial arrays immobilized on biologically-relevant substrates. Comb
Chem High Throughput Screening
12: 604-618

[2010a] Cooper GM, ED Miller, GE DeCesare, A Usas, EL Lensie, MR Bykowski, J Huard, LE Weiss, JE Losee, PG Campbell Inkjet-Based Biopatterning of Bone Morphogenic Protein -2 to Spatially Control Calvarial Bone Formation. Tissue Eng. Part A 16: 1749-1759

[2010b] Cooper GM, MP Mooney, AK Gosain, PG Campbell, JE Losee, J Huard Testing the “critical-size” in
calvarial bone defects: revisiting the concept of a critical-sized defect (CSD). Plast Reconst Surg 2010
125: 1685-1692

[2011a] Miller ED, L Kang, T Kanade, LE Weiss, LM Walker, PG Campbell Spatially directed guidance of stem cell population migration by immobilized patterns of growth factors. Biomaterials 32: 2775-2785

[2011b] Ker Elmer DF, B Chu, JA Phillippi, B Gharaibeh, J Huard, LE Weiss, PG Campbell Engineering spatial control of multiple differentiation fates within a stem cell population. Biomaterials 32: 3413-3422

[2011c] Ker Elmer DF, AS Nain, LE Weiss, J Wang, J Suhan, CH Amon, PG Campbell Bioprinting of growth factors onto aligned sub-micron fibrous scaffolds for simultaneous control of cell differentiation and alignment. Biomaterials 32: 8097-8107

[2011d] Ker Elmer DF, LE Weiss, SN Junkers, M Chen, Z Yin, MF Sandbothe, SI Huh, S Eom, R Bise, PG Campbell An Engineered Approach to Stem Cell Culture: Automating the Decision Process for Real-Time Adaptive Subculture of Stem Cells. PLoS One 6

[2011e] Campbell PG, G Cooper, E Lensie, J Cray, M Bykowski, G Decesare, M Smalley, M Mooney, J Losee Direct comparison of progenitor cells derived from adipose, muscle, and bone marrow from wild-type or craniosynostotic rabbits. Plastic Reconstructive Surgery 127: 88-97

[2011f] Bakhru S, AS Nain, C Highley, J Wang, PG Campbell, C Amon, SF Zappe Direct and cell signaling-based, geometry-induced neuronal differentiation of neural stem cells. Integrative Biology 3: 1207-1214

[2012a] Gao Y, E Smith, Elmer DF Ker, PG Campbell, EC Cheng, S Zou, S Lin, L Wang, S Halene, DS Krause Role of RhoA-Specific Guanine Exchange Factors in Regulation of Endomitosis in Megakaryocytes. Developmental Cell 22: 573-584.

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