John S. Forsythe
TitleCited byYear
Polylysine-functionalised thermoresponsive chitosan hydrogel for neural tissue engineering
KE Crompton, JD Goud, RV Bellamkonda, TR Gengenbach, ...
Biomaterials 28 (3), 441-449, 2007
3152007
A review of the cellular response on electrospun nanofibers for tissue engineering
DR Nisbet, JS Forsythe, W Shen, DI Finkelstein, MK Horne
Journal of biomaterials applications 24 (1), 7-29, 2009
2992009
The radiation chemistry of fluoropolymers
JS Forsythe, DJT Hill
Progress in Polymer Science 25 (1), 101-136, 2000
2222000
Neural tissue engineering of the CNS using hydrogels
DR Nisbet, KE Crompton, MK Horne, DI Finkelstein, JS Forsythe
Journal of Biomedical Materials Research Part B: Applied Biomaterials: An …, 2008
1732008
Three-dimensional nanofibrous scaffolds incorporating immobilized BDNF promote proliferation and differentiation of cortical neural stem cells
MK Horne, DR Nisbet, JS Forsythe, CL Parish
Stem cells and development 19 (6), 843-852, 2009
1562009
Photo-DSC cure kinetics of vinyl ester resins. I. Influence of temperature
TF Scott, WD Cook, JS Forsythe
Polymer 43 (22), 5839-5845, 2002
1332002
Neurite infiltration and cellular response to electrospun polycaprolactone scaffolds implanted into the brain
DR Nisbet, AE Rodda, MK Horne, JS Forsythe, DI Finkelstein
Biomaterials 30 (27), 4573-4580, 2009
1282009
Kinetics and network structure of thermally cured vinyl ester resins
TF Scott, WD Cook, JS Forsythe
European polymer journal 38 (4), 705-716, 2002
1032002
Characterization of neural stem cells on electrospun poly (ε-caprolactone) submicron scaffolds: evaluating their potential in neural tissue engineering
DR Nisbet, LMY Yu, T Zahir, JS Forsythe, MS Shoichet
Journal of Biomaterials Science, Polymer Edition 19 (5), 623-634, 2008
1012008
Morphology and gelation of thermosensitive chitosan hydrogels
KE Crompton, RJ Prankerd, DM Paganin, TF Scott, MK Horne, ...
Biophysical Chemistry 117 (1), 47-53, 2005
952005
Self-assembly of ciprofloxacin and a tripeptide into an antimicrobial nanostructured hydrogel
S Marchesan, Y Qu, LJ Waddington, CD Easton, V Glattauer, TJ Lithgow, ...
Biomaterials 34 (14), 3678-3687, 2013
902013
Interaction of embryonic cortical neurons on nanofibrous scaffolds for neural tissue engineering
DR Nisbet, S Pattanawong, NE Ritchie, W Shen, DI Finkelstein, MK Horne, ...
Journal of neural engineering 4 (2), 35, 2007
902007
Biosurface engineering through ink jet printing
MS Khan, D Fon, X Li, J Tian, J Forsythe, G Garnier, W Shen
Colloids and Surfaces B: Biointerfaces 75 (2), 441-447, 2010
892010
Chirality effects at each amino acid position on tripeptide self-assembly into hydrogel biomaterials
S Marchesan, CD Easton, KE Styan, LJ Waddington, F Kushkaki, ...
Nanoscale 6 (10), 5172-5180, 2014
812014
Biomaterials for brain tissue engineering
JTS Pettikiriarachchi, CL Parish, MS Shoichet, JS Forsythe, DR Nisbet
Australian journal of chemistry 63 (8), 1143-1154, 2010
812010
Unzipping the role of chirality in nanoscale self-assembly of tripeptide hydrogels
S Marchesan, L Waddington, CD Easton, DA Winkler, L Goodall, ...
Nanoscale 4 (21), 6752-6760, 2012
752012
Method to impart electro-and biofunctionality to neural scaffolds using graphene–polyelectrolyte multilayers
K Zhou, GA Thouas, CC Bernard, DR Nisbet, DI Finkelstein, D Li, ...
ACS applied materials & interfaces 4 (9), 4524-4531, 2012
692012
Promoting engraftment of transplanted neural stem cells/progenitors using biofunctionalised electrospun scaffolds
TY Wang, JS Forsythe, DR Nisbet, CL Parish
Biomaterials 33 (36), 9188-9197, 2012
672012
Sintered hydroxyfluorapatites—IV: the effect of fluoride substitutions upon colonisation of hydroxyapatites by mouse embryonic stem cells
J Harrison, AJ Melville, JS Forsythe, BC Muddle, AO Trounson, KA Gross, ...
Biomaterials 25 (20), 4977-4986, 2004
662004
Morphology and gelation of thermosensitive xyloglucan hydrogels
DR Nisbet, KE Crompton, SD Hamilton, S Shirakawa, RJ Prankerd, ...
Biophysical Chemistry 121 (1), 14-20, 2006
652006
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