Publications

  1. E.A. Krogstad, R. Ramanathan, C. Nhan, A.K. Blakney, S. Cao, J. Kraft, R. Ho, K.A. Woodrow. Nanoparticle-releasing nanofiber composites for enhanced in vivo vaginal retention. Biomaterials. Accepted. (link)
  2. A. K. Blakney, Y. Jiang, K. A. Woodrow. Application of electrospun fibers for female reproductive health. Drug Delivery and Translational Research. 1-9 (2017). (link)
  3. A.K. Blakney, A.B. Little, Y. Jiang, K.A. Woodrow. In vitro-ex vivo correlations between a cell-laden hydrogel and mucosal tissue for screening composite delivery systems. Drug Delivery. 24 (1): 582-590 (2017). (link)
  4. A.K. Blakney, F.I. Simonovsky, I.T. Suydam, B.D. Ratner, K.A. Woodrow. Rapidly Biodegrading PLGA-Polyurethane Fibers for Sustained Release of Physicochemically Diverse Drugs. ACS Biomaterials Science and Engineering. 2 (9): 1595-1607 (2016). (link)
  5. R.J. Stoddard, A. Steger, A.K. Blakney, K.A. Woodrow. In pursuit of functional electrospun materials for clinical applications in humans. Therapeutic Delivery. 7 (6): 387-409 (2016). (link)
  6. A.K. Blakney, Y. Jiang, D. Whittington, K.A. Woodrow. Simultaneous Measurement of Etravirine, Maraviroc and Raltegravir in Pigtail Macaque Plasma, Vaginal Secretions and Vaginal Tissue using a LC-MS/MS Assay. Journal of Chromatography B. 1025: 110-118 (2016).  (link)
  7. A.C. Hesseling, A.K. Blakney, C.E. Jones, M.M. Esser, C. de Beer, L. Kuhn, M. F. Cotton, H. B. Jaspan. Delayed BCG Immunization Is Not Associated with Altered Antibody Responses to EPI Vaccines in HIV-exposed and –unexposed South African Infants. Vaccine. 34 (32): 3702-3709 (2016). (link)
  8. Y.H. Jiang, S. Cao, D. Bright, A. Bever, A.K. Blakney, I. Suydam, K.A. Woodrow. Nanoparticle-based ARV drug combinations for synergistic inhibition of cell-free and cell-cell HIV transmission. Molecular Pharmaceutics. 12 (12): 4363-4374 (2015). (link)
  9. A.K. Blakney, C.T. Tchakoute, A.C. Hesseling, E.B. Kidzeru, C.E. Jones, J.S. Passmore, D.L. Sodora, C.M. Gray, H.B. Jaspan. Delayed BCG Vaccination Results in Minimal Alterations in T cell Immunogenicity of Acellular Pertussis and Tetanus Immunizations in HIV-Exposed Infants. Vaccine. 33 (38):4782-4789 (2015). (link)
  10. C.T. Tchakoute, A.C. Hesseling, A.K. Blakney, H.B. Jaspan. Reply to Thysen et al. Journal of Infectious Diseases.212 (8): 1342-1343 (2015). (link)
  11. M.D. Swartzlander, A.K. Blakney, L.D. Amer, K.D. Hankenson, T.R. Kyriakides, S.J. Bryant. Immunomodulation by Mesenchymal Stem Cells Combats the Foreign Body Response to Cell-Laden Synthetic Hydrogels. Biomaterials. 41(1):79-88 (2015). (link)
  12. M.D. Swartzlander, C.A. Barnes, A.K. Blakney, J.L. Kaar, T.R. Kyriakides, S.J. Bryant. Linking the foreign body response and protein adsorption to PEG-based hydrogels using proteomics. Biomaterials. 41(1):26-36 (2015). (link)
  13. A.K. Blakney, E.A. Krogstad, Y.H. Jiang and K.A. Woodrow. Delivery of Multipurpose Prevention Drug Combinations from Electrospun Nanofibers Using Composite Microarchitectures. International Journal of Nanomedicine. 9(1):2967-2978 (2014).(link)
  14. D. Nelson, R. Hashizume, T. Yoshizumi, A. Blakney, Z. Ma, W. Wagner. Intramyocardial injection of a synthetic hydrogel with delivery of bFGF and IGF1 in a rat model of ischemic cardiomyopathy. Biomacromolecules. 15(1):1-11 (2014). (link)
  15. A.K. Blakney, C. Ball, E.A. Krogstad and K.A. Woodrow. Electrospun Fibers for Vaginal Anti-HIV Drug Delivery. Journal of Antiviral Research. 100: S9-S16 (2013). (link)
  16. A.D. Lynn, M.D. Swartzlander, A.K. Blakney, and S.J. Bryant. Understanding the Host Response to Cell-Laden Poly(ethylene glycol)-based Hydrogels. Biomaterials. 34(4): 952-964 (2013). (link)
  17. A.K. Blakney, M.D. Swartzlander, and S.J. Bryant. The effects of substrate stiffness on the in vitro activation of macrophages and in vivo host response to poly(ethylene glycol)-based hydrogels. Journal of Biomedical Research Part A. 100A(6): 1375-1386 (2012). (link)
  18. A.D. Lynn, A.K. Blakney, T.R. Kyriakides, and S.J. Bryant. Temporal progression of the host response to implanted poly(ethyelene glycol)-based hydrogels. Journal of Biomedical Materials Research Part A. 96(4):621-31 (2011). (link)