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  1. Bioengineering in women's health, volume 2: pregnancy—from implantation to parturition
  2. Fracture toughness of human amniotic membranes
  3. Bioengineering in women's health: part I
  4. Relationship between permeability and diffusivity in polyethylene glycol hydrogels
  5. Interrelated chemical-microstructural-nanomechanical variations in the structural units of the cuttlebone of Sepia officinalis
  6. Chemical-microstructural-nanomechanical variations in the structural units of the cuttlebone of Sepia officinalis
  7. A microfluidics assay to study invasion of human placental trophoblast cells
  8. Strong and tough nanofibrous hydrogel composites based on biomimetic principles
  9. Computational modeling of the structure-function relationship in human placental terminal villi
  10. Advances in Nanotechnology and the Environment
  11. Engineering Approaches for Understanding Osteogenesis: Hydrogels as Synthetic Bone Microenvironments
  12. Toughening in electrospun fibrous scaffolds
  13. Nanofibrous hydrogel composites as mechanically robust tissue engineering scaffolds
  14. In vitrocharacterisation of the elasticity and the permeability of the mouse cartilage during growth using microindentation
  15. Time-dependent fracture toughness of cornea
  16. Measuring the compressive viscoelastic mechanical properties of human cervical tissue using indentation
  17. Investigation of the Young’s modulus and thermal expansion of amorphous titania-doped tantala films
  18. Bone permeability via nanoindenation
  19. Nanobiomechanics of living materials
  20. Viscoelastic analysis of single-component and composite PEG and alginate hydrogels
  21. Separating viscoelasticity and poroelasticity of gels with different length and time scales
  22. Mechanical behaviour of electrospun fibre-reinforced hydrogels
  23. Award Winner in the Young Investigator Category, 2014 Society for Biomaterials Annual Meeting and Exposition, Denver, Colorado, April 16-19, 2014: Periodically perforated core-shell collagen biomaterials balance cell infiltration, bioactivity, and mechani
  24. Mechanical characterisation of hydrogel materials
  25. Gelatin nanofiber-reinforced alginate gel scaffolds for corneal tissue engineering
  26. Failure mechanisms in fibrous scaffolds
  27. Inverse Finite Element Analysis of the Indentation Response of Human Cervical Tissue
  28. Multi-Scale Permeability of Murine Bone Measured by Nanoindentation
  29. Composite electrospun gelatin fiber-alginate gel scaffolds for mechanically robust tissue engineered cornea
  30. Hydrogel Composite Materials for Tissue Engineering Scaffolds
  31. Nanoindentation of bone
  32. Separating poroviscoelastic deformation mechanisms in hydrogels
  33. Biomimetic calcium carbonate–gelatin composites as a model system for eggshell mineralization
  34. Branching toughens fibrous networks
  35. Erratum: Extracellular-matrix tethering regulates stem-cell fate
  36. Composite hydrogels for nucleus pulposus tissue engineering
  37. Time-Dependent Indentation Response of Human Cervical Tissue
  38. Ultra-structural defects cause low bone matrix stiffness despite high mineralization in osteogenesis imperfecta mice
  39. Extracellular-matrix tethering regulates stem-cell fate
  40. Electrospun Fiber - Hydrogel Composites for Nucleus Pulposus Tissue Engineering
  41. Biomimetic Mineral-Protein Composites formed by an Automated Alternate Soaking Process
  42. Biomimetic layer-by-layer assembly of artificial nacre
  43. Size effects in indentation of hydrated biological tissues
  44. Biomimetic bone-like composites fabricated through an automated alternate soaking process
  45. Estimating material elasticity by spherical indentation load-relaxation tests on viscoelastic samples of finite thickness
  46. Poroviscoelastic characterization of particle-reinforced gelatin gels using indentation and homogenization
  47. Nanoindentation of Biological and Biomimetic Materials
  48. Bone as a Composite Material
  49. Transplantation of human fetal blood stem cells in the osteogenesis imperfecta mouse leads to improvement in multiscale tissue properties
  50. Handbook of Nanoindentation
  51. Preparation of polymeric samples containing a graduated modulus region and development of nanoindentation linescan techniques
  52. Nanomechanical properties of modern and fossil bone
  53. Viscous-elastic-plastic behavior of bone using Berkovich nanoindentation
  54. Bone Composite Mechanics Related to Collagen Hydration State
  55. Special issue on nanoindentation of biological materials
  56. Nanoindentation of the insertional zones of human meniscal attachments into underlying bone
  57. A practical guide for analysis of nanoindentation data
  58. Comparative materials differences revealed in engineered bone as a function of cell-specific differentiation
  59. Creep properties from indentation tests by analytical and numerical techniques
  60. Do we know the strength of the chorioamnion?
  61. Viscoelastic and poroelastic mechanical characterization of hydrated gels
  62. Viscoelastic Properties of Membranes Measured by Spherical Indentation
  63. Relating viscoelastic nanoindentation creep and load relaxation experiments
  64. Composite bounds on the elastic modulus of bone
  65. Interest in Bone-Like Materials Includes Thermal Qualities
  66. Spherical indentation of a finite poroelastic coating
  67. Poroelastic nanoindentation responses of hydrated bone
  68. Indentation variability of natural nanocomposite materials
  69. Viscoelastic properties of the cervical spinal ligaments under fast strain-rate deformations
  70. Indentation stiffness of aging human costal cartilage
  71. Sensitivity of polymer nanoindentation creep measurements to experimental variables
  72. Examination of local variations in viscous, elastic, and plastic indentation responses in healing bone
  73. Microstructure and Mechanics of the Chorioamnion Membrane with an Emphasis on Fracture Properties
  74. Failure Properties of Cervical Spinal Ligaments Under Fast Strain Rate Deformations
  75. Viscoelastic Behavior of a Centrally Loaded Circular Film Being Clamped at the Circumference
  76. Indentation of Nonlinearly Viscoelastic Solids
  77. Viscoelastic effects in small-scale indentation of biological materials
  78. Mechanical properties and cytocompatibility of biomimetic hydroxyapatite-gelatin nanocomposites
  79. Viscoelastic properties of bone as a function of hydration state determined by nanoindentation
  80. Analytical techniques for indentation of viscoelastic materials
  81. Spherical indentation load-relaxation of soft biological tissues
  82. Premature rupture of the fetal membranes: Is the amnion the major determinant?
  83. Introduction
  84. Hydration effects on the micro-mechanical properties of bone
  85. Nanoindentation hardness of mineralized tissues
  86. Uniaxial and biaxial mechanical behavior of human amnion
  87. Spherical Indentation Creep Following Ramp Loading
  88. A Model for Nonlinear Viscoelastic Mechanical Responses of Collagenous Soft Tissues
  89. Effects of gelatin on mechanical properties of hydroxyapatite-gelatin nano-composites
  90. Nanoindentation Measurements of Bone Viscoelasticity as a Function of Hydration State
  91. Erratum: “Indentation responses of time-dependent films on stiff substrates” [J. Mater. Res. 19, 2487 (2004)]
  92. Indentation responses of time-dependent films on stiff substrates
  93. Mechanical failure of human fetal membrane tissues
  94. Uniaxial stress–relaxation and stress–strain responses of human amnion
  95. Spherical Indentation Creep Following Ramp Loading
  96. Finite Element Modeling of Bone Ultrastructure as a Two-phase Composite
  97. Uniaxial and Biaxial Mechanical Behavior of Human Amnion
  98. Variability of Nanoindentation Responses of Bone and Artificial Bone-Like Composites
  99. Cell death after cartilage impact occurs around matrix cracks
  100. Load-Displacement Behavior During Sharp Indentation of Viscous-Elastic-Plastic Materials
  101. Patellar tendon augmentation after removal of its central third limits joint tissue changes