2014 Publications

by BCME Faculty and Students

 

  1. Keleş, Ö, García, RE, and Bowman, KJ. Failure variability in porous glasses: stress interactions, crack orientation, and crack size distributions. Journal of the American Ceramic Society, 97(12):3967-3972, 2014.
  2. Keleş, Ö, García, RE, and Bowman, KJ. Pore–crack orientation effects on fracture behavior of brittle porous materials. International Journal of Fracture, 187(2):293-299, 2014.
  3. Maryam Mobed-Miremadi, Sabra Djomehri, Mallika Keralapura, and Melanie McNeil, “Fickian-Based Empirical Approach for Diffusivity Determination in Hollow Alginate-Based Microfibers Using 2D Fluorescence Microscopy and Comparison with Theoretical Predictions”, Materials,7(12), pages, 7670-7688 (2014).
  4. Reddoch, K.M., H.F. Pidcoke, R.K. Montgomery, C.G. Fedyk, A.K. Ramasubramanian, A.P. Cap* (2014), “Hemostatic capacity of apheresis platelets is better preserved by storage at 4 °C than 22 °C”, Shock, 41: 54-61 (*Co-corresponding authors). PMID: 24169210.
  5. Pierce, C.G., A. Srinivasan, P. Uppuluri, A.K. Ramasubramanian, J.L. Lopez-Ribot (2014), “Inhibition of Fungal Biofilms” in Antibiofilm agents: from diagnosis to treatment and prevention, ed. Iqbal Ahmed and Kendra Rumbaugh, Springer. Vol. 8, pp. 273-289.
  6. Srinivasan, A., J.L. Lopez-Ribot, A.K. Ramasubramanian (2014), “Overcoming antifungal resistance”, Drug Discovery Today: Technologies, 11: 65-71.
  7. Srinivasan, A., C.M. Gupta, C.M. Agrawal, K.P. Leung, J.L. Lopez-Ribot, A.K. Ramasubramanian (2014), “Drug susceptibility of encapsulated Candida albicans biofilms”, Biotechnology & Bioengineering, 111(2): 418-424. (Featured as video highlight and issue spotlight). PMID: 24114441
  8. Pidcoke, H.F., P. Spinella, A.K. Ramasubramanian, G. Strandenes, T. Hervig, P.M. Ness, and A.P. Cap (2014), “Refrigerated platelets for the treatment of acute bleeding: a review of the literature and re-examination of current standards”, Shock, 41: 51-53.
  9. Nair, P.M., H.F. Pidcoke, A.P. Cap, A.K. Ramasubramanian (2014), “Effect of cold storage on shear-induced platelet aggregation and clot strength”, J. Trauma Acute Care Surg., 77: S88-93. PMID: 25159368
  10. Reddoch, K.M., H.F. Pidcoke, R.K. Montgomery, C.G. Fedyk, A.K. Ramasubramanian, A.P. Cap* (2014), “Hemostatic capacity of apheresis platelets is better preserved by storage at 4 °C than 22 °C”, Shock, 41: 54-61 (*Co-corresponding authors). PMID: 24169210