User:Nripen S. Sharma

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Nripen S. Sharma (an artistic interpretation)

Education

  • 2008, Post-doc, Surgery, Massachusetts General Hospital/Shriner Burns Hospital for Children/Harvard University
  • 2007, PhD, Chemical and Biochemical Engineering, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
  • 2001, BS, Chemical Engineering, Institute of Chemical Technology (formerly known as University Institute of Chemical Technology)

Research interests

  1. Stem Cell Bioengineering
  2. Metabolic Engineering
  3. Biomaterials and Tissue Engineering

Publications

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  1. Paper1 pmid=21077107

In situ metabolic flux analysis to quantify the liver metabolic response to experimental burn injury.

  1. Paper2 pmid=20832525

Diluted blood reperfusion as a model for transplantation of ischemic rat livers: alanine aminotransferase is a direct indicator of viability.

  1. Paper3 pmid=20717889

Impact of co-culture on pancreatic differentiation of embryonic stem cells.

  1. Paper4 pmid=20528731

Retinal pigment epithelium differentiation of stem cells: current status and challenges.

  1. Paper5 pmid=20233948

Adipocyte-derived basement membrane extract with biological activity: applications in hepatocyte functional augmentation in vitro.

  1. Paper6 pmid=20092431

What came first: fully functional or metabolically mature liver?

  1. Paper7 pmid=19196121

Enrichment of hepatocyte-like cells with upregulated metabolic and differentiated function derived from embryonic stem cells using S-NitrosoAcetylPenicillamine.

  1. Paper8 pmid=19194923

Augmentation of EB-directed hepatocyte-specific function via collagen sandwich and SNAP.

  1. Paper9 pmid=19155970

Recovery of warm ischemic rat liver grafts by normothermic extracorporeal perfusion.

  1. Paper10 pmid=18266108

Functional modulation of ES-derived hepatocyte lineage cells via substrate compliance alteration.

  1. Paper11 pmid=17390383

Control of hepatic differentiation via cellular aggregation in an alginate microenvironment.

  1. Paper12 pmid=16604521

Sodium butyrate-treated embryonic stem cells yield hepatocyte-like cells expressing a glycolytic phenotype.

  1. Paper13 pmid=16180239

Novel quantitative tools for engineering analysis of hepatocyte cultures in bioartificial liver systems.

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