Mitchel JA and Hoffman-Kim D. Cellular scale anisotropic topography guides Schwann cell motility. PLoS ONE 6(9): e24316. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0024316. 2011.
Richardson J, Rementer C, Bruder J, and Hoffman-Kim D. Guidance of dorsal root ganglion neurites and Schwann cells by isolated Schwann cell topography on poly(dimethyl siloxane) conduits and films. J Neural Eng 8. 046015, 2011.
Kim K-M, Kim S-Y, Minxha J, Richardson J, Hoffman-Kim D, and Palmore GTR. A novel method for analyzing images of live nerve cells. J Neurosci Methods 201: 98-105, 2011.
Kim S, Kim K-M, Hoffman-Kim D, Song H-K, and Palmore G. Quantitative control of neuron adhesion at a neural interface using a conducting polymer composite with low electrical impedance. ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces 3(1): 16-21, 2011.
Hoffman-Kim D, Mitchel JA, and Bellamkonda RV. Topography, cell response, and nerve regeneration. Annual Review of Biomedical Engineering 12: 201-231, 2010.
Kofron CM, Liu Y-T, Lopez-Fagundo CY, Mitchel JA, and Hoffman-Kim D. Neurite outgrowth at the biomimetic interface. Annals of Biomedical Engineering 38(6): 2210-2225, 2010.
Kofron CM and Hoffman-Kim D. Optimization by response surface methodology of confluent and aligned cellular monolayers for nerve guidance. Cellular and Molecular Bioengineering 2(4): 554-572, 2009.
Kofron CM, Fong VJ, and Hoffman-Kim D. Neurite outgrowth at the interface of 2D and 3D growth environments. J Neural Engineering 6: 016002, 2009.
Li GN and Hoffman-Kim D. Evaluation of neurite outgrowth using a novel application of circular analysis. J Neurosci Methods 174: 202-214, 2008.
Abe TK, Honda T, Takei K, Mikoshiba K, Hoffman-Kim D, Jay DG, and Kuwano R. Dynactin is essential for growth cone advance. Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications 372: 418-422, 2008.
Li G and Hoffman-Kim D. Tissue engineered platforms of axon guidance. Tissue Engineering B 14(1): 33-51, 2008.
Li G, Liu J, and Hoffman-Kim D. Multi-molecular gradients of permissive and inhibitory cues direct neurite outgrowth. Annals of Biomedical Engineering 36(6): 889-904, 2008.
Bruder JM, Lee A, and Hoffman-Kim D. Biomimetic materials replicating Schwann cell topography enhance neuronal adhesion and neurite alignment in vitro. Journal of Biomaterials Science, Polymer Edition 18: 967-982, 2007.
Li G, Livi LL, Gourd CM, Deweerd ES, and Hoffman-Kim D. Genomic and morphological changes of neuroblastoma cells in response to three-dimensional matrices. Tissue Engineering 13: 1035-1047, 2007.
Bruder JM, Monu N, Harrison M, and Hoffman-Kim D. Fabrication of polymer replicas of cell surfaces with nanoscale resolution. Langmuir 22(20): 8263-8265, 2006.
Goldner JS, Bruder JM, Li G, Gazzola D, and Hoffman-Kim D. Neurite bridging across micropatterned grooves. Biomaterials 27(3): 460-472, 2006.
Song HK, Toste B, Ahmann K, Hoffman-Kim D*, and Palmore GTR*. Micro-patterns of positive guidance cues anchored to polypyrrole doped with polyglutamic acid: a new platform for characterizing neurite extension in complex environments. Biomaterials 27(3): 473-484, 2006.
Hoffman-Kim D, Maish MS, Krueger P, Lukoff H, Bert A, Hong T, and Hopkins RA. Comparison of three myofibroblast cell sources for tissue engineering cardiac valves. Tissue Engineering 11: 288-301, 2005.
Maish MS, Hoffman-Kim D, Krueger P, Souza J, Harper J, and Hopkins RA. Tricuspid valve biopsy – a potential source of cardiac myofibroblast cells for tissue engineered cardiac valves. Journal of Heart Valve Disease 12:264-269, 2003.
Hoffman-Kim D, Kerner J, Chen A, Xu A, Wang T-F, and Jay DG. pp60c-src is a negative regulator of laminin-mediated neurite outgrowth in chick sensory neurons. Mol Cell Neurosci 21(1): 81-93, 2002.
Hong T, Maish MS, Cohen J, Fitzpatrick P, Bert AA, Harper J, Feng D, Hoffman-Kim D, and Hopkins RA. Reproducible echocardiography in juvenile sheep and its application in the evaluation of a pulmonary valve homograft implant. Contemporary Topics in Laboratory Animal Science 39: 15-21, 2000.
Hoffman-Kim D, Lander AD, and Jhaveri S. Regional differences in immunostaining for chondroitin sulfate in the developing tectum reflect differential GAG biosynthesis. Journal of Neuroscience 18: 5881-5890, 1998.
Hoffman D, Breakefield XO, Short MP, and Aebischer P. Transplantation of a polymer encapsulated cell line genetically engineered to release NGF. Experimental Neurology 122: 100-106, 1993.
Hoffman D, Wahlberg L, and Aebischer P. NGF released from a polymer matrix prevents loss of ChAT expression in basal forebrain neurons following a fimbria-fornix lesion. Experimental Neurology 110: 39-44, 1990.