Mian Wang
Mian Wang
Harvard Medical School, MIT
Verified email at mit.edu
Cited by
Cited by
Cold atmospheric plasma for selectively ablating metastatic breast cancer cells
M Wang, B Holmes, X Cheng, W Zhu, M Keidar, LG Zhang
PloS one 8 (9), e73741, 2013
Biomimetic three-dimensional nanocrystalline hydroxyapatite and magnetically synthesized single-walled carbon nanotube chitosan nanocomposite for bone regeneration
O Im, J Li, M Wang, LG Zhang, M Keidar
International journal of nanomedicine 7, 2087, 2012
Cold atmospheric plasma (CAP) surface nanomodified 3D printed polylactic acid (PLA) scaffolds for bone regeneration
M Wang, P Favi, X Cheng, NH Golshan, KS Ziemer, M Keidar, TJ Webster
Acta biomaterialia 46, 256-265, 2016
Design of biomimetic and bioactive cold plasma-modified nanostructured scaffolds for enhanced osteogenic differentiation of bone marrow-derived mesenchymal stem cells
M Wang, X Cheng, W Zhu, B Holmes, M Keidar, LG Zhang
Tissue Engineering Part A 20 (5-6), 1060-1071, 2014
Reducing bacterial infections and biofilm formation using nanoparticles and nanostructured antibacterial surfaces
G Mi, D Shi, M Wang, TJ Webster
Advanced healthcare materials 7 (13), 1800103, 2018
Engineering a biomimetic three-dimensional nanostructured bone model for breast cancer bone metastasis study
W Zhu, M Wang, Y Fu, NJ Castro, SW Fu, LG Zhang
Acta biomaterialia 14, 164-174, 2015
Greater osteoblast and mesenchymal stem cell adhesion and proliferation on titanium with hydrothermally treated nanocrystalline hydroxyapatite/magnetically treated carbon nanotubes
M Wang, NJ Castro, J Li, M Keidar, LG Zhang
Journal of nanoscience and nanotechnology 12 (10), 7692-7702, 2012
Nanotechnology and nanomaterials for improving neural interfaces
M Wang, G Mi, D Shi, N Bassous, D Hickey, TJ Webster
Advanced Functional Materials 28 (12), 1700905, 2018
Characterization and study of the antibacterial mechanisms of silver nanoparticles prepared with microalgal exopolysaccharides
SMN Gallón, E Alpaslan, M Wang, P Larese-Casanova, ME Londoño, ...
Materials Science and Engineering: C 99, 685-695, 2019
Enhanced antibacterial properties of self-assembling peptide amphiphiles functionalized with heparin-binding cardin-motifs
R Chang, K Subramanian, M Wang, TJ Webster
ACS applied materials & interfaces 9 (27), 22350-22360, 2017
CTGF loaded electrospun dual porous core-shell membrane for diabetic wound healing
R Augustine, AA Zahid, A Hasan, M Wang, TJ Webster
International journal of nanomedicine 14, 8573, 2019
Development of chitosan/poly (vinyl alcohol) electrospun nanofibers for infection related wound healing
M Wang, AK Roy, TJ Webster
Frontiers in physiology 7, 683, 2017
Antibacterial properties of PEKK for orthopedic applications
M Wang, G Bhardwaj, TJ Webster
International journal of nanomedicine 12, 6471, 2017
Cold atmospheric plasma (CAP)-modified and bioactive protein-loaded core–shell nanofibers for bone tissue engineering applications
M Wang, Y Zhou, D Shi, R Chang, J Zhang, M Keidar, TJ Webster
Biomaterials science 7 (6), 2430-2439, 2019
Killing malignant melanoma cells with protoporphyrin IX-loaded polymersome-mediated photodynamic therapy and cold atmospheric plasma
M Wang, BM Geilich, M Keidar, TJ Webster
International journal of nanomedicine 12, 4117, 2017
In vitro and ex vivo systems at the forefront of infection modeling and drug discovery
D Shi, G Mi, M Wang, TJ Webster
Biomaterials 198, 228-249, 2019
Prolonged Local In Vivo Delivery of Stimuli‐Responsive Nanogels That Rapidly Release Doxorubicin in Triple‐Negative Breast Cancer Cells
Y Zhang, P Dosta, J Conde, N Oliva, M Wang, N Artzi
Advanced healthcare materials 9 (4), 1901101, 2020
Growth process and anticancer properties of gold nanorods
J Zhang, M Wang, TJ Webster
Journal of Biomedical Materials Research Part A 105 (9), 2616-2621, 2017
Trace metals and infectious diseases
J Lemire, TF Moraes, VF Andisi, AB Schryvers, MA Bachman, JN Weiser, ...
MIT press, 2015
Nano-biomaterials and their applications
M Wang, TJ Webster
Elsevier, 2019
The system can't perform the operation now. Try again later.
Articles 1–20