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Muduli, Saradaprasan and Chen, Li-Hua and Li, Meng-Pei and Heish, Zhao-wen and Liu, Cheng-Hui and Kumar, Suresh and Alarfaj, Abdullah A. and Munusamy, Murugan A. and Benelli, Giovanni and Murugan, Kadarkarai and Wang, Han-Chow and Chen, Da-Chung and Hsu, Shih-Tien and Chang, Shih-Chang and Higuchi, Akon (2017) Stem cell culture on polyvinyl alcohol hydrogels having different elasticity and immobilized with ECM-derived oligopeptides. Journal of Polymer Engineering, 37 (7). 647 - 660. ISSN 0334-6447; ESSN: 2191-0340

Peng, I. Chia and Yeh, Chin Chen and Lu, Yi Tung and Muduli, Saradaprasan and Ling, Qing Dong and Alarfaj, Abdullah A. and Munusamy, Murugan A. and Subbiah, Suresh Kumar and Murugan, Kadarkarai and Lee, Hsin Chung and Chang, Yung and Higuchi, Akon (2016) Continuous harvest of stem cells via partial detachment from thermoresponsive nanobrush surfaces. Biomaterials, 76. pp. 76-86. ISSN 0142-9612; ESSN: 1878-5905

Peng, I-Chia and Yeh, Chin-Chen and Lu, Yi-Tung and Muduli, Saradaprasan and Ling, Qing-Dong and Alarfaj, Abdullah A. and Munusamy, Murugan A. and Kumar, S. Suresh and Murugan, Kadarkarai and Lee, Hsin-chung and Chang, Yung and Higuchi, Akon (2016) Continuous harvest of stem cells via partial detachment from thermoresponsive nanobrush surfaces. Biomaterials, 76 (January). 76 - 86. ISSN 0142-9612; ESSN: 1878-5905

Yeh, Chin Chen and Muduli, Saradaprasan and Peng, I. Chia and Lu, Yi Tung and Ling, Qing Dong and Alarfaj, Abdullah A. and Munusamy, Murugan A. and Subbiah, Suresh Kumar and Murugan, Kadarkarai and Chen, Da Chung and Lee, Hsin Chung and Chang, Yung and Higuchi, Akon (2016) Data of continuous harvest of stem cells via partial detachment from thermoresponsive nanobrush surfaces. Data in Brief, 6. pp. 603-608. ISSN 2352-3409

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