Goldman SM, Barabino GA. Hydrodynamic loading in concomitance with exogenous cytokine stimulation modulates differentiation of bovine mesenchymal stem cells towards osteochondral lineages. BMC Biotechnology, 16(1):10, 2016.
Green M, Akinsami I, Lin A, Banton S, Ghosh S, Chen B, Platt M, Osunkwo I, Ofori-Acquah S, Guldberg R, Barabino G. Microarchitectural and mechanical characterization of the sickle bone. Journal of the Mechanical Behavior of Biomedical Materials, 48:220-228, 2015.
Goldman SM, Barabino GA. Cultivation of agarose‐based microfluidic hydrogel promotes the development of large, full-thickness, tissue-engineered articular cartilage constructs. Journal of Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine, in press.
Yang Y, Barabino GA. Environmental factors in cartilage tissue engineering. In Tissue and Organ Regeneration: Advances in Micro and Nanotechnology, Zhang, Khademhosseini, Webster (eds.), Pan Stanford Publishing Pte. Ltd., 2014.
Perkins, K, Malone K, Barabino, G. Missed Encounters: A Qualitative Study of Views of Faculty on Mentoring and Student Narratives on Race in Science Education. Managing Diversity in Today’s Workplace, M. Paludi (ed). Santa Barbara, CA: CLIO Inc., in press.
Yang Y, Ard MB, Halper JT, Barabino GA. Type I collagen-based fibrous capsule enhances integration of tissue engineered cartilage with native articular cartilage. Annals of Biomedical Engineering. 42(4):716-26, 2014.
Yang Y, Barabino GA. Differential morphology and homogeneity of tissue-engineered cartilage in hydrodynamic cultivation with transient exposure to insulin-like growth factor-1 and transforming growth factor-β1. Tissue Engineering Part A, 19 (21-22): 2349-2360, 2013.
Barabino GA, A bright future for biomedical engineering. Annals of Biomedical Engineering, 41(2): 221-222, 2013.
Barabino GA, Chien C, Yin F. Cellular and molecular engineering in transition. Cellular and Molecular Bioengineering, 6 (2): 117, 2013.
Yang Y, Lee AJ, Barabino GA. Coculture-driven mesenchymal stem cell-differentiated articular chondrocyte-like cells support neocartilage development. Stem Cells Translational Medicine, 1:843-854, 2012.
Bilgen B, Barabino GA. Modeling of Bioreactor Hydrodynamic Environment and its Effects on Tissue Growth. Methods in Molecular Biology, 868: 237-255, 2012.
Yang Y, Barabino GA. Requirement for serum in medium supplemented with insulin-transferin-selenium for hydrodynamic cultivation of engineered cartilage. Tissue Engineering Part A, 17:2012-2035, 2011.
Barabino GA, Platt MO, Kaul DK. Sickle cell biomechanics. Annual Review of Biomedical Engineering, 12:345-367, 2010.
Wang L, Murthy SK, Barabino GA, Carrier RL. Synergic effects of crypt-like topography and ECM proteins on intestinal cell behavior in collagen based membranes. Biomaterials, 31:7586-7598, 2010.
Chesler NC, Barabino G, Bhatia SN, Richards-Kortum R. The pipeline still leaks and more than you think: A status report on gender diversity in biomedical engineering. Annals Biomed Eng, 38:1928-1935, 2010.
Wang L, Murthy SK, Fowle WH, Barabino GA, Carrier RL. Influence of micro-well biomimetic topography on intestinal epithelial Caco-2 cell phenotype. Biomaterials, 30:6825-6834, 2009.
Wang L, Sun B, Ziemer KS, Barabino GA, Carrier RL. Chemical and physical modifications to poly(dimethylsiloxane) surfaces affect adhesion of Caco-2 cells. J Biomed Mat Res Part A, published online 13 Oct 2009, DOI:10.1002/jbm.a.32621.
Malone KR, Barabino GA. Logic of the subject and the other: Research identities and race. Annual Review of Critical Psychology, 7:247-276, 2009.
Kaul DK, Finnegan EM, Barabino GA. Sickle red cell-endothelium interactions. Microcirculation, 16:97-111, 2009.
Bueno EM, Bilgen B, Barabino GA. Hydrodynamic parameters modulate biochemical, histological, and mechanical properties of engineered cartilage. Tissue Engineering, 15:773-785, 2009.
Bilgen B, Barabino GA. Tissue growth modeling in a wavy-walled bioreactor. Tissue Engineering, 15:761-771, 2009.
Malone K,R, Barabino GA. Narrations of race in STEM research settings: Identity formation and its discontents. Science Education, 93:485-510, 2009.
Schwartz Z, Duran M, Barabino G, Chaudhri R, Boyan B. Pulsed electromagnetic fields enhance BMP-2 dependent osteoblastic differentiation of human mesenchymal stem cells. J Orthopaedic Res, 26 (9) 1250-1255, 2008.
Finnegan EM, Barabino GA, Liu X, Chang H, Jonczyk A, Kaul DK. Small molecule alpha V beta 3 antagonists inhibit sickle cell adhesion to vascular endothelium and vaso-occlusion. American Journal of Physiology- Heart and Circulatory Physiology, 293:H1038-H1045, 2007
Bilgen B, Barabino GA. Location of scaffolds in bioreactors modulates the hydrodynamic environment experienced by engineered-tissues. Biotechnology and Bioengineering, 98:282-294, 2007.
Bueno EM, Laevsky GL, Barabino GA. Enhancing cell seeding of scaffolds in tissue engineering through manipulation of hydrodynamic parameters. Journal of Biotechnology, 129:516-31, 2007.
Finnegan EM, Turhan A, Golan DE, Barabino GA. Adherent leukocytes capture sickle erythrocytes in an in vitro model of vaso-occlusion. American Journal of Hematology, 82:266-275, 2007.
Bilgen B, Sucosky P, Neitzel GP, Barabino GA. Flow characterization in a wavy-walled bioreactor for cartilage tissue engineering. Biotechnology and Bioengineering, 95(6):1009-1022, 2006.
Johnson TL, Barabino GA, Nerem RM. Engineering more physiologic in vitro models for the study of vascular biology. Progress in Pediatric Cardiology, 21:201-210, 2006.
Bilgen B, Chang-Mateau IM, Barabino GA. Characterization of mixing in a novel wavy-walled bioreactor for tissue engineering. Biotechnology and Bioengineering, 92 (7):907-919, 2005.
Bueno EM, Bilgen B, Barabino GA. The wavy-walled bioreactor supports increased cell proliferation and matrix deposition in engineered cartilage constructs. Tissue Engineering, 11:1699-1709, 2005.
Bueno EM, Bilgen B, Carrier R, Barabino GA. Increased rate of chondrocyte aggregation in a wavy-walled bioreactor, Biotechnology and Bioengineering, 88:768-777, 2004.
Barabino GA. Strategies for effective teaching in chemical engineering. Chem Eng Ed, 37(3): 168-169, 2003.
Tustin L, Barabino GA, Thatte H, Bridges K. The serum of sickle cell patients induces translocation and abnormal function of endothelial nitric oxide synthase, in Biomedical Engineering Recent Developments, Vossoughi J, ed. Medical and Engineering Publishers, Inc: 25-28, 2002.
Manodori AB, Barabino, GA, Lubin BH, Kuypers FA. Adherence of phosphatidylserine exposing erythrocytes to endothelial matrix thrombospondin. Blood, 95: 1293-1300, 2000.
Ameer GA, Barabino GA, Sasisekharan, R, Harmon, W, Cooney, CL, Langer, R. Ex vivo evaluation of a Taylor-Couette flow, immobilized heparinase I device for clinical application. Proceedings of the National Academy of Science, USA, 96: 2350-2355, 1999.
Barabino GA, Liu, XC, Ewenstein, BM, Kaul, DK. Anionic polysaccharides inhibit adhesion of sickle erythrocytes to the vascular endothelium and result in improved hemodynamic behavior. Blood 93: 1422-1429, 1999.
Bridges K, Barabino GA, Brugnara C, Christoph G, Cho M, Dover G, Ewenstein B, Golan D, Gutmann C, Hofrichter J, Mulkern R, Zhang B. A multiparameter analysis of patients undergoing hydroxyurea therapy. Blood 88: 4701-4710, 1996.
Kasschau MR, Barabino GA, Bridges KR, Golan DE. Adhesion of sickle neutrophils and erythrocytes to fibronectin. Blood 87: 771-780, 1996.
Barabino GA, Wise RJ, Woodbury VA, Zhang B, Bridges KR, Hebbel RP, Lawler J, Ewenstein BM. Inhibition of sickle erythrocyte adhesion to immobilized thrombospondin by von Willebrand factor under dynamic flow conditions. Blood 89: 2560-2567, 1997.
Otute A, Trantolo D, Barabino GA, Gresser J, Wise D. Multiphasic or pulsatile controlled release system for the delivery of vaccines, in Human Biomaterials Applications, D. L. Wise et al, eds, Humana Press, Inc: 319-343, 1996.
Gresser JD, Hsu H, Nagaoka H, Lyons CM, Nieratko KP, Wise DL, Barabino GA, Trantolo DJ. Analysis of pyrrolidone/poly(propylene fumarate) resorbable bone cement. J. Biomed Matl Res 29: 1241-1247, 1995.
Barabino GA, McIntire LV, Eskin SG, Udden M. Effects of pentoxifylline on adherence of sickle erythrocytes to vascular endothelial cells. Clinical Hemorheology 7: 339-349, 1987.
Barabino GA, McIntire LV, Eskin SG, Sears DA, Udden M. Endothelial cell interactions with sickle cell, sickle trait, mechanically injured, and normal erythrocytes under controlled flow. Blood 70: 152-157, 1987.
Barabino GA, McIntire LV, Eskin SG, Udden M. Rheological studies of erythrocyte-endothelial cell interactions in sickle cell disease, in Pathophysiological Aspects of Sickle Cell Vaso-Occlusion, Alan R. Liss: 113-127, 1987.