Publications of the Weinhart group

Polymers and biomaterials


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Stöbener, D. D., & Weinhart, M. (2021). On the foundation of thermal “Switching”: The culture substrate governs the phase transition mechanism of thermoresponsive brushes and their performance in cell sheet fabrication. Acta Biomaterialia, 136, 243-253.
Zahn, I., Stöbener, D. D., Weinhart, M., Gögele, C., Breier, A., Hahn, J., Schröpfer, M., Meyer, M., & Gundula, S. T. (2021). Cruciate ligament cell sheets can be rapidly produced on thermoresponsive poly(Glycidyl ether) coating and successfully used for colonization of embroidered scaffolds. Cells, 10(4), Article 877.


Daneshgar, A., Klein, O., Nebrich, G., Weinhart, M., Tang, P., Arnold, A., Ullah, I., Pohl, J., Moosburner, S., Raschzok, N., Strücker, B., Bahra, M., Pratschke, J., Sauer, I. M., & Hillebrandt, K. H. (2020). The human liver matrisome: Proteomic analysis of native and fibrotic human liver extracellular matrices for organ engineering approaches. Biomaterials, 257, Article 120247.
Elomaa, L., Keshi, E., Sauer, I. M., & Weinhart, M. (2020). Development of GelMA/PCL and dECM/PCL resins for 3D printing of acellular in vitro tissue scaffolds by stereolithography. Materials Science and Engineering C, 112, Article 110958.
Everwien, H., Keshi, E., Hillebrandt, K. H., Ludwig, B., Weinhart, M., Tang, P., Beierle, A. S., Napierala, H., Gassner, J. MGV., Seiffert, N., Moosburner, S., Geisel, D., Reutzel-Selke, A., Strücker, B., Pratschke, J., Haep, N., & Sauer, I. M. (2020). Engineering an endothelialized, endocrine Neo-Pancreas: Evaluation of islet functionality in an ex vivo model. Acta Biomaterialia, 117, 213-225.
Stöbener, D. D., & Weinhart, M. (2020). Thermoresponsive poly(glycidyl ether) brush coatings on various tissue culture substrates: How block copolymer design and substrate material govern self-assembly and phase transition. Polymers, 12(9), Article 1899.
Weinhart, M., & Stöbener, D. D. (2020). Thermoresponsive surfaces as a valuable tool in tissue engineering. MSE 2020 - Materials Science and Engineering Congress, Darmstadt, Germany.


Daneshgar, A., Tang, P., Remde, C., Lommel, M., Moosburner, S., Kertzscher, U., Klein, O., Weinhart, M., Pratschke, J., Sauer, I. M., & Hillebrandt, K. H. (2019). Teburu—Open source 3D printable bioreactor for tissue slices as dynamic three-dimensional cell culture models. Artificial Organs, 43(10), 1035-1041.
Weinhart, M., Hocke, A., Hippenstiel, S., Kurreck, J., & Hedtrich, S. (2019). 3D organ models: Revolution in pharmacological research? Pharmacological Research, 139, 446-451.


Berg, J., Hiller, T., Kissner, M. S., Qazi, T. H., Duda, G. N., Hocke, A. C., Hippenstiel, S., Elomaa, L., Weinhart, M., Fahrenson, C., & Kurreck, J. (2018). Optimization of cell-laden bioinks for 3D bioprinting and efficient infection with influenza A virus. Scientific Reports, 8(1), Article 13877.

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