Lillian Nanney
Last active: 1/20/2015

  1. Injectable polyurethane composite scaffolds delay wound contraction and support cellular infiltration and remodeling in rat excisional wounds. Adolph EJ, Hafeman AE, Davidson JM, Nanney LB, Guelcher SA (2012) J Biomed Mater Res A 100(2): 450-61
    › Primary publication · 22105887 (PubMed) · PMC3288361 (PubMed Central)
  2. Spatial mapping by imaging mass spectrometry offers advancements for rapid definition of human skin proteomic signatures. Taverna D, Nanney LB, Pollins AC, Sindona G, Caprioli R (2011) Exp Dermatol 20(8): 642-7
    › Primary publication · 21545539 (PubMed) · PMC3135742 (PubMed Central)
  3. Multiplexed molecular descriptors of pressure ulcers defined by imaging mass spectrometry. Taverna D, Nanney LB, Pollins AC, Sindona G, Caprioli R (2011) Wound Repair Regen 19(6): 734-44
    › Primary publication · 22092844 (PubMed)
  4. Characterization of the degradation mechanisms of lysine-derived aliphatic poly(ester urethane) scaffolds. Hafeman AE, Zienkiewicz KJ, Zachman AL, Sung HJ, Nanney LB, Davidson JM, Guelcher SA (2011) Biomaterials 32(2): 419-29
    › Primary publication · 20864156 (PubMed) · PMC2997347 (PubMed Central)