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88. Targeted release of live probiotics from alginate-based nanofibers in a simulated gastrointestinal tract
Diep, E. and Schiffman, J.D. RSC Applied Polymers (2024) Advance Article [Link]
87. Living antimicrobial wound dressings: Using probiotic-loaded, alginate nanofibers for protection against methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus
Diep, E. and Schiffman, J.D. ACS Applied Bio Materials (2024) 7, 2, 787–790 [Link]
86. Ring-opening metathesis polymerization of N-methylpyridinium-fused norbornenes to access antibacterial main-chain cationic polymers
Hancock, S.N., Yuntawattana, N.§, Diep, E.§, Maity, A., Tran, A., Schiffman, J.D., Michaudel, Q. PNAS (2023) 120(51) e231139612 [Link]
85. Stiffness and oligomer content affect the initial adhesion of Staphylococcus aureus to polydimethylsiloxane gels
Barajas, B., Kurtz, I.S., Waldman, A.J., Schiffman, J.D. ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces (2023) 15(45), 52197-52206 [Link]
84. Effect of pH value on the electrical properties of PEDOT:PSS-based fiber mats
Rathore, P. and Schiffman, J.D. ACS Engineering Au (2023) 3, 6, 527–536 [Link]
83. Anionic polymerization and transport of diethyl methylidene malonate on polyolefin copolymer surfaces
Rehmann, K.M.S., Klier, J., Schiffman, J.D. Polymer Chemistry (2023) 14, 3695-3706 [Link]
82. Using catechol and zwitterion-functionalized copolymers to prevent dental bacterial adhesion
Sathyan, A.§, Kurtz, I.S.§, Rathore, P., Emrick, T., Schiffman, J.D. ACS Applied Bio Materials (2023) 6(7), 2905-2915 [Link]
81. Ethanol-free crosslinking of alginate nanofibers enable controlled release into a simulated gastrointestinal tract model
Diep, E. and Schiffman, J.D. Biomacromolecules (2023) 24(6), 2908-2917 [Link]
80. Electrospinning living bacteria: A review of applications from agriculture to health care
Diep, E. and Schiffman, J.D. ACS Applied Bio Materials (2023) 6, 3, 951-964 [Link]
79. ACS Applied Engineering Materials: A new journal for applied materials research
Schiffman, J.D. ACS Applied Engineering Materials (2023) 1(1), 1-2 [Link]
78. Improved recovery of captured airborne bacteria and viruses with liquid-coated air filters
Regan, D.P., Fong, C.; Bond, A.CS., Desjardins, C., Hardcastle, J., Hung, S.,-H., Holmes, A.P., Schiffman, J.D., Maginnis, M.S., Howell, C. ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces (2022) 14(45), 50543-50556 [Link]
77. Nanopatterning reduces bacteria fouling in ultrafiltration
Ward, L.M.§, Shah, R.M.§, Schiffman, J.D., Weinman, S.T. ACS ES&T Water (2022) 2(9), 1593-1601 [Link]
76. Biofouling-resistant ultrafiltration membranes via co-deposition of dopamine and cetyltrimethylammonium bromide with retained size selectivity and water flux
Cihanoğlu, A., Schiffman, J.D., Altinkaya, S.A. ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces (2022) 14, 33, 38116-38131 [Link]
75. Aqueous, non-polymer-based perovskite quantum dots for bioimaging; Conserving fluorescence and long-term stability via simple and robust synthesis
Sanjayan, C.G., Jyothi, M.S., Balakrishna, R.G., Schiffman, J.D., Sakar, M., Budagumpi, S. ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces (2022) 14(34), 38471-38482 [Link]
74. Linear viscoelasticity and time-alcohol superposition of chitosan/hyaluronic acid complex coacervates
Sun, J., Schiffman, J.D., Perry, S.L. ACS Applied Polymer Materials (2022) 4, 3, 1617-1625 [Link]
73. Liquid-infused membranes exhibit stable flux and fouling resistance
Shah, R.M., Cihanoğlu, A., Hardcastle, J., Howell, C., Schiffman, J.D. ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces (2022) 14(4), 6148-6156 [Link]
72. Ultrasound-assisted dopamine polymerization: Rapid and oxidizing agent-free polydopamine coatings on membrane surfaces
Cihanoğlu, A., Schiffman, J.D., Altinkaya, S.A. Chemical Communications (2021) 57, 13740-13743 [Link]
71. Optimizing the packing density and chemistry of cellulose nanofilters for high-efficiency particulate removal
Hung, S., Bowden, J.W., Peltier, R., Schiffman, J.D. Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research (2021) 60(43) 15720-15729 [Link]
70. Epoxy resin-encapsulated polymer microparticles for room-temperature cold sprayable coatings
Huang, M.§, Liu, Y.§, Khalkhali, Z., Kim, A., Hu, W., Lee, J-H., Rothstein, J.P., Klier, J., Schiffman, J.D. ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces (2021) 13, 42, 50358-50367 [Link]
69. Robust, small diameter hydrophilic nanofibers improve the flux of ultrafiltration membranes
Dobosz, K.M., Kuo-Leblanc, C.A., Bowden, M.E., Schiffman, J.D. Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research (2021) 60(25), 9179-9188 [Link]
68. Electrospinning fibers from oligomeric complex coacervates: No chain entanglements needed
Meng, X., Du, Y., Liu, Y., Coughlin, E.B., Perry, S.L., Schiffman, J.D. Macromolecules (2021) 54, 11, 5033-5042 [Link]
67. Memristive behavior of mixed oxide nanocrystal assemblies
Zhou, Z., Lopez-Dominguez, P., Abdullah, M., Barber, D., Meng, X., Park, J., Van Driessche, I., Schiffman, J.D., Crosby, A., Kittilstved, K., Nonnenmann, S.S. ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces (2021) 13(8), 21635-21644 [Link]
66. Encapsulating bacteria into alginate-based nanofibers
Diep, E. and Schiffman, J.D. Biomaterials Science (2021) 9, 4364-4373 [Link]
65. Beyond the single nozzle: Coaxial electrospinning enables innovative nanofiber chemistries, geometries, and applications
Rathore, P. and Schiffman, J.D. ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces (2021) 13, 1, 48-66 [Link]
64. Localized characterization of brain tissue mechanical properties by needle induced cavitation rheology and volume controlled cavity expansion
Mijailovica, A.S., Galarza, S., Raayai-Ardakanic, S., Birch, N.P., Schiffman, J.D., Crosby, A.J., Cohen, T., Peyton, S.R., Van Vliet, J.J. Journal of the Mechanical Behavior of Biomedical Materials (2020) 104168 [Link]
63. Facile post-processing alters permeability and selectivity of microbial cellulose ultrafiltration membranes
Holland, M.C., Eggensperger, C.G., Giagnorio, M., Schiffman, J.D., Tiraferri, A., Zodrow, K.R. Environmental Science & Technology (2020) 54, 20, 13249-13256 [Link]
62. High-performance, UV-curable crosslinked films via grafting of hydroxyethyl methacrylate methylene malonate
Huang, M., Liu, Y., Klier, J., Schiffman, J.D. Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research (2020) 59(10), 4542-4548 [Link]
61. Sustainable living filtration membranes
Eggensperger, C.G., Giagnorio, M., Holland, M.C., Dobosz, K.M., Schiffman, J.D., Tiraferri, A., Zodrow, K.R. Environmental Science & Technology Letters (2020) 7(3), 213-218 [Link]
60. In vitro reconstitution of an intestinal mucus layer shows that cations and pH control the pore structure that regulates its permeability and barrier function
Sharma, A., Kwak, J-G., Kolewe, K.W., Schiffman, J.D., Forbes, N., Lee, J. ACS Applied Bio Materials (2020) 3(5), 2897-2902 [Link]
59. Programmable chemical switch based on triggerable michael acceptors
Zhuang, J., Zhao, B., Meng, X., Schiffman, J.D., Perry, S.L., Vachet, R.W., Thayumanavan, S. Chemical Science (2020) 11, 2103-2111 [Link]
58. Spatially organized nanopillar arrays dissimilarly affect the antifouling and antibacterial activities of Escherichia coli and Staphylococcus aureus
Heckmann, T.S. and Schiffman, J.D. ACS Applied Nano Materials (2020) 3(2), 977-984 [Link]
57. Electrospinning nanofibers from chitosan/hyaluronic acid complex coacervates
Sun, J., Perry, S.L., Schiffman, J.D. Biomacromolecules (2019) 20(11), 4191-4198 [Link]
56. Photodynamically active electrospun fibres for antibiotic-free infection control
Contreras, A. Raxworthy, M., Wood, S., Schiffman, J.D., Tronci, G. ACS Applied Bio Materials (2019) 2(10), 4258-4270 [Link]
55. Bacteria-resistant, transparent, free-standing films prepared from complex coacervates
Kurtz, I.S.§, Shuo, S.§, Hao, X.§, Huang, M., Perry, S.L., Schiffman, J.D. ACS Applied Bio Materials (2019) 2(9), 3926-3933 [Link]
54. Predicting the performance of pressure filtration processes by coupling computational fluid dynamics and discrete element methods
Li, B., Dobosz, K.M., Zhang, H., Schiffman, J.D., Saranteas, K., Henson, M.A. Chemical Engineering Science (2019) 208, 115162 [Link]
53. Anionic polymerization of methylene malonate yields high performance coatings.
Huang, M., Yang, G., Liu, Y., Klier, J., Schiffman, J.D. ACS Applied Polymer Materials (2019) 1(4), 657-663 [Link]
52. Mechanical properties and concentrations of poly(ethylene glycol) in hydrogels and brushes direct the surface transport of Staphylococcus aureus.
Kolewe, K.W., Kalesin S., Shave, M., Schiffman J.D., Santore M.M. ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces (2019) 11(1), 320-330 [Link]
51. Polymer particles with a low glass transition temperature containing thermoset resin enable powder coatings at room temperature
Yang, G., Xie, W., Huang, M., Champagne, V.K., Lee, J-H., Klier, J., Schiffman, J.D. Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research (2019) (2), 908-916 [Link]
50. Antifouling ultrafiltration membranes with retained pore size by controlled deposition of zwitterionic polymers and poly(ethylene glycol)
Dobosz, K.M., Kuo-LeBlac, C.A., Emrick, T., Schiffman, J.D. Langmuir (2019) 35(5), 1872-1881 [Link]
49. Electrospinning cargo-containing polyelectrolyte complex fibers: Correlating molecular interactions to complex coacervate phase behavior and fiber formation
Meng, X., Schiffman, J.D., Perry, S.L. Macromolecules (2018) 51(21), 8821-8832 [Link]
48. Cross-platform mechanical characterization of lung tissue
Polio, S.R., Kundu, A.N., Dougan, C.E., Birch, N.P., Aurian-Blajeni, D.E., Schiffman, J.D., Crosby, A.J., Peyton, S.R. PloS ONE (2018) 13(10), e0204765 [Link]
47. Gecko-inspired biocidal organic nanocrystals initiated from a pencil-drawn graphite template
Gonzalez Arellano, D.L.§, Kolewe, K.W.§, Champagne, V.K.§, Kurtz, I.S., Burnett, E.K., Zakashansky. J.A., Dundar Arisoy, F., Briseño, A., Schiffman, J.D. Scientific Reports (2018) 8, 11618 [Link]
46. Current and emerging approaches to engineer antibacterial and antifouling electrospun nanofibers
Kurtz, I.S. and Schiffman, J.D. Materials (2018) 11(7), 1059 [Link]
45. Fouling-resistant hydrogels prepared by the swelling-assisted infusion and polymerization of dopamine
Kolewe, K.W., Dobosz, K.M., Emrick, T., Nonnenmann, S.S., Schiffman, J.D. ACS Applied Bio Materials (2018) 1(1), 33-41 [Link]
44. Bioinspired photocatalytic shark skin surfaces with antibacterial and antifouling activity via nanoimprint lithography
Dundar, F., Kolewe, K.W., Homyak, B., Kurtz, I.S., Schiffman, J.D., Watkins, J.J. ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces (2018) 10(23), 20055-20063 [Link]
43. Bacterial adhesion is affected by the thickness and stiffness of poly(ethylene glycol) hydrogels
Kolewe, K.W., Xhu, J., Mako, N., Nonnenmann, S.S., Schiffman, J.D. ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces (2018) 10(3), 2275-2281 [Link]
42. Quantum dots as fluorescent probes: Synthesis, surface chemistry, energy transfer mechanisms, and applications
Chandan, H.R., Schiffman, J.D., Balakrishna, G. Sensors & Actuators: B. Chemical (2018) 258, 1191-1214 [Link]
41. Antifouling stripes prepared from clickable zwitterionic copolymers
Sae-ung, P., Kolewe, K.W., Bai, Y., Rice, E.W., Schiffman, J.D., Emrick, T., Hoven, V.P. Langmuir (2017) 33(28), 7028-7035 [Link]
40. Ultrafiltration membranes enhanced with electrospun nanofibers exhibit improved flux and fouling resistance
Dobosz, K.M., Kuo-LeBlac, C.A., Martin, T.J., Schiffman, J.D. Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research (2017) 56(19), 5724-5733 [Link]
39. Complex coacervation: Chemically stable fibers electrospun from aqueous polyelectrolyte solutions
Meng, X., Perry, S.L., Schiffman, J.D. ACS Macro Letters (2017) 6, 505-511 [Link]
38. Antifouling electrospun nanofiber mats functionalized with polymer zwitterions
Kolewe, K.W.§, Dobosz, K.M.§, Rieger, K.A., Chang, C-C, Emrick, T., Schiffman, J.D. ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces (2016) 8(41), 27585-27593 [Link]
37. Graphene-based microfluidics for serial crystallography
Sui, S., Wang, Y., Kolewe, K.W., Srajer, V., Henning, R., Schiffman, J.D., Dimitrakopoulos, C., Perry, S.L. Lab on a Chip (2016) 16, 3082-3096 [Link]
36. Polyelectrolyte-functionalized nanofiber mats control the collection and inactivation of Escherichia coli
Rieger, K.A., Porter, M., Schiffman, J.D. Materials (2016) 9, 297 [Link]
35. Preliminary study on mitigating steel reinforcement corrosion with bioactive agent
Jafferji, H., Sakulich, A.R., Schiffman, J.D. Cement and Concrete Composites (2016) 69, 9-17 [Link]
34. Transport of microorganisms into cellulose nanofiber mats
Rieger, K.A., Thyagarajan, R., Hoen M., Ford, D., Schiffman, J.D. RSC Advances (2016) 6, 24438-24445 [Link]
33. Antimicrobial activity of silver ion exchanged zeolites immobilized on cellulose nanofibers
Rieger, K.A.§, Cho, H.J§, Yeung, H., Fan, W, Schiffman, J.D. ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces (2016) 8(5), 3032-3040 [Link]
32. Simultaneous deposition of zwitterionic polymer and polydopamine for hydrophilic and underwater superoleophobic surfaces
Chang, C-C., Kolewe, K.W., Li, Y., Kosif, I., Freeman, B.D., Carter, K., Schiffman, J.D., Emrick, T. Advanced Materials Interfaces (2016) 1500521, 1-9 [Link]
31. Electrospinning chitosan/poly(ethylene oxide) solutions with immiscible oils: Correlating solution rheology to nanofiber formation
Rieger, K.A., Birch, N.P., Schiffman, J.D. Carbohydrate Polymers (2016) 139, 131-138 [Link]
30. Scaling up nature: Large area flexible biomimetic surfaces
Li, Y., John, J., Kolewe, K.W., Schiffman, J.D., Carter, K.R. ACS Applied Materials and Interfaces (2015) 7(42), 23439-23444 [Link]
29. Fewer bacteria adhere to softer hydrogels
Kolewe, K.W., Peyton, S.R., Schiffman, J.D. ACS Applied Materials and Interfaces (2015) 7(35), 19562-19569 [Link]
28. Mechanics of intact bone marrow
Jansen, L.E., Birch, N.P., Schiffman, J.D., Crosby, A.J., Peyton, S.R. Journal of the Mechanical Behavior of Biomedical Materials (2015) 50, 299-307 [Link]
27. Thermal-responsive behavior of a cell compatible chitosan:pectin hydrogel
Birch, N.P., Barney, L.E., Pandres, E., Peyton, S.R., Schiffman, J.D. Biomacromolecules (2015) 16(6), 1837-1843 [Link]
26. Green materials science and engineering reduces biofouling: Approaches for medical and membrane-based technologies
Dobosz, K.M§, Kolewe, K.W.§, Schiffman, J.D. Frontiers in Microbiology (2015) 7:26 [Link]
25. Encapsulation of Cinnamaldehyde into Nanostructured Chitosan Films
Rieger, K.A., Eagan, N.E., Schiffman, J.D. Journal of Applied Polymer Science (2015) 132, 41739 [Link]
24. Electrospinning an essential oil: Cinnamaldehyde enhances the antimicrobial efficacy of chitosan/poly(ethylene oxide) nanofibers
Rieger, K.A. and Schiffman, J.D. Carbohydrate Polymers (2014) 113(1) 561-568 [Link]
23. Characterization of self-assembled polyelectrolyte complex nanoparticles formed from chitosan and pectin
Birch, N.P. and Schiffman, J.D. Langmuir (2014) 30(12) 3441-3447 [Link]
22. Designing electrospun nanofiber mats to promote wound healing Ð A review
Rieger, K.A., Birch, N.P., Schiffman, J.D. Journal of Materials Chemistry B (2013) 1(36) 4531-4541 [Link]
21. Phosphate salts facilitate the electrospinning of hyaluronic acid fiber mats
Brenner, E.K., Schiffman, J.D., Toth, L.J., Szewczyk, J.C., Schauer, C.L. Journal of Materials Science (2013) 48(22) 7805-7811 [Link]
20. Crosslinked poly(allylamine) fibers electrospun from basic and acidic solutions
Schiffman, J.D.§, Kiechel, M.A.§, Donius, A.E., Wegst, U.G., Schauer, C.L. Journal of Materials Science (2013) 48(22) 7856-7862 [Link]
19. Nanofibers in thin-film composite membrane support layers: Enabling expanded application of forward and pressure retarded osmosis
Hoover, L.A., Schiffman, J.D., Elimelech, M. Desalination (2013) 308, 73-81 [Link]
18. Nanomanufacturing of biomaterials
Engel, Y.§, Schiffman, J.D.§, Goddard, J.D., Rotello, V.M. Materials Today (2012) 15(11) 80-87 [Link]
17. Biodegradable polymer (PLGA) coatings featuring cinnamaldehyde and carvacrol mitigate biofilm formation
Zodrow, K.R., Schiffman, J.D., Elimelech, M. Langmuir (2012) 28(39) 13993-13999 [Link]
16. Electrospinning of hyaluronic acid nanofibers from aqueous ammonium solutions
Brenner, E.K., Schiffman, J.D., Thomson, E.S., Toth, L.J., Schauer, C.L. Carbohydrate Polymers (2012) 87(1) 926-929 [Link]
15. Biocidal activity of plasma modified electrospun polysulfone mats functionalized with polyethyleneimine-capped silver nanoparticles
Schiffman, J.D., Wang, Y., Giannelis, E.P., Elimelech, M. Langmuir (2011) 27(21) 13159-13164 [Link]
14. Antibacterial activity of electrospun polymer mats with incorporated narrow diameter single-walled carbon nanotubes
Schiffman, J.D. and Elimelech, M. ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces (2011) 3(2) 462-468 [Link]
13. Carbon black immobilized in electrospun chitosan membranes
Schiffman, J.D., Blackford, A.C., Wegst, U.G.K., Schauer, C.L. Carbohydrate Polymers (2011) 84(4) 1252-1257 [Link]
12. Electrochemical multiwalled carbon nanotube filter for viral and bacterial removal and inactivation
Vecitis, C.D., Schnoor, M., Rahaman, M.S., Schiffman, J.D., Elimelech, M., Environmental Science & Technology (2011) 45 (8) 3672-3679 [Link]
11. Thin-film composite pressure retarded osmosis membranes for sustainable power generation from salinity gradients
Yip, N.Y., Tiraferri, A., Phillip, W.A., Schiffman, J.D., Hoover, L.A., Kim, Y.C., Elimelech, M. Environmental Science & Technology (2011) 45(10) 4360-4369 [Link]
10. Relating performance of thin-film composite forward osmosis membranes to support layer structure and formation
Tiraferri, A., Yip, N.Y., Phillip, W.A., Schiffman, J.D., Elimelech, M. Journal of Membrane Science (2011) 367, 340-352 [Link]
9. High performance thin-film composite membrane for forward osmosis desalination
Yip, N.Y., Tiraferri, A., Phillip, W.A., Schiffman, J.D., Elimelech, M. Environmental Science & Technology (2010) 44(10) 3812-3818 [Link]
8. Chitin and chitosan: Transformations due to the electrospinning process
Schiffman, J.D., Stulga, L.A., Schauer, C.L. Polymer Engineering and Science (2009) 49(10) 1918-1928 [Link]
7. Piezoelectric response of the Greta oto wing
Binetti, V.E., Schiffman, J.D., Leafer, O.D., Spanier, J.E., Schauer, C.L. Integrative Biology (2009) 1(3) 324-329 [Link]
6. Solid state characterization of _-chitin from Vanessa cardui Linnaeus wings
Schiffman, J.D. and Schauer, C.L. Materials Science and Engineering, C: Biomimetic and Supramolecular Systems (2009) 29(4) 1370-1374 [Link]
5. Carboxymethyl chitosan as a matrix material for platinum, gold, and silver nanoparticles
Laudenslager, M.L., Schiffman, J.D., Schauer, C.L. Biomacromolecules (2008) 9(10) 2682-2685 [Link]
4. Controllable formation of nano-scale patterns on TiO2 by conductive-AFM nanolithography
Garipcan, B., Winters, J., Atchison, J.S., Cathell, M., Schiffman, J.D., Leaffer, O.D., Nonnenmann, S.S., Schauer, C.L., Pikin, E., Nabet, B., Spanier, J.E. Langmuir (2008) 24(16) 8944-8949 [Link]
3. A review: Electrospinning of biopolymer nanofibers and their applications
Schiffman, J.D. and Schauer, C.L. Polymer Reviews (2008) 48(2) 317-352 [Link]
2. One-step electrospinning of cross-linked chitosan nanofibers
Schiffman, J.D. and Schauer, C.L. Biomacromolecules (2007) 8(9) 2665-2667 [Link]
1. Cross-linking chitosan nanofibers
Schiffman, J.D. and Schauer, C.L. Biomacromolecules (2007) 8(2) 594-601 [Link]