Bae Hoon Lee
Bae Hoon Lee
Wenzhou Institute, University of Chinese Academy of Sciences
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A thermosensitive poly (organophosphazene) gel
BH Lee, YM Lee, YS Sohn, SC Song
Macromolecules 35 (10), 3876-3879, 2002
1852002
Synthesis and characterization of biodegradable thermosensitive poly (organophosphazene) gels
BH Lee, SC Song
Macromolecules 37 (12), 4533-4537, 2004
1192004
In-situ injectable physically and chemically gelling NIPAAm-based copolymer system for embolization
BH Lee, B West, R McLemore, C Pauken, BL Vernon
Biomacromolecules 7 (6), 2059-2064, 2006
1142006
Precise Tuning of Facile One-Pot Gelatin Methacryloyl (GelMA) Synthesis.
H Shirahama, BH Lee, LP Tan, NJ Cho
Scientific Reports 6 (31036), 2016
1002016
Simultaneously Physically and Chemically Gelling Polymer System Utilizing a Poly(NIPAAm-co-cysteamine)-Based Copolymer
SA Robb, BH Lee, R McLemore, BL Vernon
Biomacromolecules 8 (7), 2294-2300, 2007
912007
Printing cell-laden gelatin constructs by free-form fabrication and enzymatic protein crosslinking
SA Irvine, A Agrawal, BH Lee, HY Chua, KY Low, BC Lau, M Machluf, ...
Biomedical microdevices 17 (1), 16, 2015
832015
New hydrolysis-dependent thermosensitive polymer for an injectable degradable system
Z Cui, BH Lee, BL Vernon
Biomacromolecules 8 (4), 1280-1286, 2007
712007
Synthesis and Characterization of Types A and B Gelatin Methacryloyl for Bioink Applications
BH Lee, N Lum, LY Seow, PQL Lim, LP Tan
Materials 9 (10), 797, 2016
702016
Degradation, cytotoxicity, and biocompatibility of NIPAAm‐based thermosensitive, injectable, and bioresorbable polymer hydrogels
Z Cui, BH Lee, C Pauken, BL Vernon
Journal of Biomedical Materials Research Part A 98 (2), 159-166, 2011
612011
Modulation of Huh7.5 Spheroid Formation and Functionality Using Modified PEG-Based Hydrogels of Different Stiffness
BH Lee, MH Kim, JH Lee, D Seliktar, NJ Cho, LP Tan
PLoS One 10 (2), e0118123, 2015
482015
In Situ‐Gelling, Erodible N‐Isopropylacrylamide Copolymers
BH Lee, B Vernon
Macromolecular bioscience 5 (7), 629-635, 2005
482005
Efficient and Controllable Synthesis of Highly Substituted Gelatin Methacrylamide for Mechanically Stiff Hydrogels
BH Lee, H SHIRAHAMA, NJ Cho, LP Tan
RSC Advances 5 (10.1039/C5RA22028A), 106094-106097, 2015
472015
Synthesis and antitumor activity of novel thermosensitive platinum (II)–cyclotriphosphazene conjugates
SC Song, SB Lee, BH Lee, HW Ha, KT Lee, YS Sohn
Journal of controlled release 90 (3), 303-311, 2003
462003
Copolymers of N‐isopropylacrylamide, HEMA‐lactate and acrylic acid with time‐dependent lower critical solution temperature as a bioresorbable carrier
BH Lee, B Vernon
Polymer international 54 (2), 418-422, 2005
442005
Poly (N‐isopropylacrylamide‐co‐poly (ethylene glycol))‐acrylate simultaneously physically and chemically gelling polymer systems
V Cheng, BH Lee, C Pauken, BL Vernon
Journal of Applied Polymer Science 106 (2), 1201-1207, 2007
362007
Gelatin methacryloyl and its hydrogels with an exceptional degree of controllability and batch-to-batch consistency
M Zhu, Y Wang, G Ferracci, J Zheng, NJ Cho, BH Lee
Scientific reports 9 (1), 1-13, 2019
322019
Synthesis of stiffness‐tunable and cell‐responsive Gelatin–poly (ethylene glycol) hydrogel for three‐dimensional cell encapsulation
Y Cao, BH Lee, HB Peled, SS Venkatraman
Journal of Biomedical Materials Research Part A 104 (10), 2401-2411, 2016
282016
In vivo evaluation of injectable thermosensitive polymer with time‐dependent LCST
E Henderson, BH Lee, Z Cui, R McLemore, TA Brandon, BL Vernon
Journal of Biomedical Materials Research Part A: An Official Journal of The …, 2009
262009
Smooth muscle cell alignment and phenotype control by melt spun polycaprolactone fibers for seeding of tissue engineered blood vessels
A Agrawal, BH Lee, SA Irvine, J An, R Bhuthalingam, V Singh, KY Low, ...
International journal of biomaterials 2015, 2015
252015
A dual crosslinking strategy to tailor rheological properties of gelatin methacryloyl
M Zhou, BH Lee, LP Tan
242017
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