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Peyton Publications in PubMed


12. W.G. Herrick, T.V. Nguyen, M. Sleiman, S. McRae, T.S. Emrick, and S.R. Peyton (2013) “PEG-phosphorylcholine hydrogels as tunable and versatile platforms for mechanobiology. ” Biomacromolecules. Pubmed


12. H-D. Kim and S.R. Peyton (2012) “Bio-inspired materials for parsing matrix physicochemical control of cell migration: A Review. ” Integrative Biology. Pubmed


11. S.R. Peyton, Z.I. Kalcioglu, J.D. Cohen, A.P. Runkle, K.J. VanVliet, D.A. Lauffenburger, and L.G. Griffith (2011) “Marrow-Derived stem cell motility in 3D synthetic scaffold is governed by geometry along with adhesivity and stiffness.” Biotechnol Bioeng. Pubmed

10. C.M. Williams, G. Mehta, S.R. Peyton, A.S. Zeiger, K.J. VanVliet, and L.G. Griffith (2011) “Autocrine-controlled formation and function of tissue-like aggregates by primary hepatocytes in micropatterned hydrogel arrays.” Tissue Engineering. Pubmed


9. P.D. Kim, S.R. Peyton, A.J. VanStrien, and A.J. Putnam (2009) “The influence of ascorbic acid, TGF-β1, and cell-mediated remodeling on the bulk mechanical properties of 3-D PEG-fibrinogen constructs.” Biomaterials. Aug;30(23-24):3854-64 Pubmed

8. C.B. Khatiwala, P.D. Kim, S.R. Peyton, and A.J. Putnam (2009) “ECM compliance regulates osteogenesis by influencing MAPK signaling downstream of RhoA and ROCK.” Journal of Bone and Mineral Research. May;24(5):886-98. Pubmed


7. S.R. Peyton, P.D. Kim, C.M. Ghajar, D. Seliktar, and A.J. Putnam (2008) “The effects of matrix stiffness and RhoA on the phenotypic plasticity of smooth muscle cells in a 3-D biosynthetic hydrogel system.” Biomaterials. Jun:29(17):2597-607. Pubmed


6. C.B. Khatiwala, S.R. Peyton, and A.J. Putnam. (2007) “The regulation of osteogenesis by ECM rigidity in MC3T3-E1 cells requires MAPK activation.” Journal of Cellular Physiology. 211: 661-672. Pubmed

5. S.R. Peyton, C.M. Ghajar, C.B. Khatiwala, and A.J. Putnam. (2007) “The emergence of ECM mechanics and cytoskeletal tension as important regulators of cell function.” Cell Biochemistry and Biophysics. Apr;47(2):300–320. Pubmed

4. C.M. Ghajar, V. Suresh, S.R. Peyton, C.B. Raub, F.L. Meyskens Jr., S.C. George, and A.J. Putnam. (2007) “A novel 3-D model to quantify metastatic melanoma invasion.” Molecular Cancer Therapeutics. Feb;6(2):552-561. Pubmed


3. S.R. Peyton, C.B. Raub, V.P. Keschrumrus, and A.J. Putnam. (2006) “The use of poly(ethylene glycol) hydrogels to investigate the impact of ECM chemistry and mechanics on smooth muscle cells.” Biomaterials. Oct;27(28):4881-93. Pubmed

2. C. Khatiwala, S.R. Peyton, and A.J. Putnam. (2006) “Intrinsic mechanical properties of the extracellular matrix affect the behavior of pre-osteoblastic MC3T3-E1 cells.” AJP-Cell Physiology. 290(6):C1640-50. Pubmed


1. S.R. Peyton and A.J. Putnam. (2005) “Extracellular matrix rigidity governs smooth muscle cell motility in a biphasic fashion.” Journal of Cellular Physiology. 204(1):198-209. Pubmed
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