Setareh Vafaei
Setareh Vafaei
Research Fellow, University of Birmingham
Verified email at bham.ac.uk
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Fabrication of charged membranes by the solvent-assisted lipid bilayer (SALB) formation method on SiO 2 and Al 2 O 3
SR Tabaei, S Vafaei, NJ Cho
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 17 (17), 11546-11552, 2015
242015
Dynamic cellular interactions with extracellular matrix triggered by biomechanical tuning of low‐rigidity, supported lipid membranes
S Vafaei, SR Tabaei, KH Biswas, JT Groves, NJ Cho
Advanced healthcare materials 6 (10), 1700243, 2017
182017
Optimizing the performance of supported lipid bilayers as cell culture platforms based on extracellular matrix functionalization
S Vafaei, SR Tabaei, NJ Cho
ACS omega 2 (6), 2395-2404, 2017
112017
Biomembrane fabrication by the solvent-assisted lipid bilayer (SALB) method
SR Tabaei, JA Jackman, M Kim, S Yorulmaz, S Vafaei, NJ Cho
JoVE (Journal of Visualized Experiments), e53073, 2015
102015
Size-dependent, stochastic nature of lipid exchange between nano-vesicles and model membranes
SR Tabaei, JJJ Gillissen, S Vafaei, JT Groves, NJ Cho
Nanoscale 8 (27), 13513-13520, 2016
82016
Multistep compositional remodeling of supported lipid membranes by interfacially active phosphatidylinositol kinases
SR Tabaei, F Guo, FU Rutaganira, S Vafaei, I Choong, KM Shokat, ...
Analytical chemistry 88 (10), 5042-5045, 2016
72016
Hybrid biomimetic interfaces integrating supported lipid bilayers with decellularized extracellular matrix components
S Vafaei, SR Tabaei, V Guneta, C Choong, NJ Cho
Langmuir 34 (11), 3507-3516, 2018
62018
Cell Adhesion: Dynamic Cellular Interactions with Extracellular Matrix Triggered by Biomechanical Tuning of Low‐Rigidity, Supported Lipid Membranes (Adv. Healthcare Mater. 10/2017)
S Vafaei, SR Tabaei, KH Biswas, JT Groves, NJ Cho
Advanced Healthcare Materials 6 (10), 2017
2017
Solid-supported lipid bilayer as a platform to study cell-extracellular matrix interactions
S Vafaei
2017
Supporting Information Multi-step compositional remodeling of supported lipid membranes by interfacially active phosphatidylinositol kinases
SR Tabaei, F Guo, FU Rutaganira, S Vafaei, I Choong, KM Shokat, ...
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