Paul Dalton
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Guidance of glial cell migration and axonal growth on electrospun nanofibers of poly(ε-caprolactone) and a collagen/poly-ε-caprolactone blend
E Schnell, K Klinkhammer, S Balzer, G Brook, D Klee, P Dalton, J Mey
Biomaterials 28 (19), 3012-3025, 2007
Direct writing by way of melt electrospinning
TD Brown, PD Dalton, DW Hutmacher
Advanced Materials 23 (47), 5651-5657, 2011
Design, fabrication and characterization of PCL electrospun scaffolds - a review
A Cipitria, A Skelton, TR Dargaville, PD Dalton, DW Hutmacher
Journal of Materials Chemistry 21 (26), 9419-9453, 2011
Reinforcement of hydrogels using three-dimensionally printed microfibres
J Visser, FPW Melchels, JE Jeon, EM Van Bussel, LS Kimpton, HM Byrne, ...
Nature communications 6, 6933, 2015
Biofabrication: reappraising the definition of an evolving field
J Groll, T Boland, T Blunk, JA Burdick, DW Cho, PD Dalton, B Derby, ...
Biofabrication 8 (1), 013001, 2016
Melt electrospinning today: An opportune time for an emerging polymer process
TD Brown, PD Dalton, DW Hutmacher
Progress in Polymer Science 56, 116-166, 2016
Electrospinning of polymer melts: phenomenological observations
PD Dalton, D Grafahrend, K Klinkhammer, D Klee, M Möller
Polymer 48 (23), 6823-6833, 2007
Electrospinning with dual collection rings
PD Dalton, D Klee, M Möller
Polymer 46 (3), 611-614, 2005
Degradable polyester scaffolds with controlled surface chemistry combining minimal protein adsorption with specific bioactivation
D Grafahrend, KH Heffels, MV Beer, P Gasteier, M Möller, G Boehm, ...
Nature materials 10 (1), 67-73, 2011
Melt electrospinning
DW Hutmacher, PD Dalton
Chemistry, an Asian journal 6 (1), 44-56, 2011
Additive manufacturing of scaffolds with sub-micron filaments via melt electrospinning writing
G Hochleitner, T Jüngst, TD Brown, K Hahn, C Moseke, F Jakob, ...
Biofabrication 7 (3), 035002, 2015
Direct in vitro electrospinning with polymer melts
PD Dalton, K Klinkhammer, J Salber, D Klee, M Möller
Biomacromolecules 7 (3), 686-690, 2006
Manufacture of poly (2-hydroxyethyl methacrylate-co-methyl methacrylate) hydrogel tubes for use as nerve guidance channels
PD Dalton, L Flynn, MS Shoichet
Biomaterials 23 (18), 3843-3851, 2002
Electrospinning and additive manufacturing: converging technologies
PD Dalton, C Vaquette, BL Farrugia, TR Dargaville, TD Brown, ...
Biomaterials Science 1 (2), 171-185, 2013
Matrix inclusion within synthetic hydrogel guidance channels improves specific supraspinal and local axonal regeneration after complete spinal cord transection
EC Tsai, PD Dalton, MS Shoichet, CH Tator
Biomaterials 27 (3), 519-533, 2006
Design and fabrication of tubular scaffolds via direct writing in a melt electrospinning mode
TD Brown, A Slotosch, L Thibaudeau, A Taubenberger, D Loessner, ...
Biointerphases 7 (1-4), 1-16, 2012
Synthetic hydrogel guidance channels facilitate regeneration of adult rat brainstem motor axons after complete spinal cord transection
EC Tsai, PD Dalton, MS Shoichet, CH Tator
Journal of neurotrauma 21 (6), 789-804, 2004
Scaffolds for tissue engineering
JM Karp, PD Dalton, MS Shoichet
MRS bulletin 28 (4), 301-306, 2003
Growth factor enhancement of peripheral nerve regeneration through a novel synthetic hydrogel tube
R Midha, CA Munro, PD Dalton, CH Tator, MS Shoichet
Journal of neurosurgery 99 (3), 555-565, 2003
Fiber templating of poly (2-hydroxyethyl methacrylate) for neural tissue engineering
L Flynn, PD Dalton, MS Shoichet
Biomaterials 24 (23), 4265-4272, 2003
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