1. Xuesong Wang, Ziyang Nie, Jia Chang, Michael L. Lu,Yunqing Kang*. Multiple channels with interconnected pores in a bioceramic scaffold promote bone tissue formation. Scientific Reports; 2021;11:20447
  2. Nolan Wen, Enze Qian,Yunqing Kang*.Effects of Macro-/Micro-Channels on Vascularization and Immune Response of Tissue Engineering Scaffolds. Cells; 2021, 10:1514.
  3. Hersh Chaitin,Michael L Lu, Michael B Wallace, Yunqing Kang*.Development of a Decellularized Porcine EsophagealMatrix for Potential Applications in Cancer Modeling. Cells; 2021, 10:1055.
  4. Allison Greene,Jonathon Hashemi,Yunqing Kang*.Development of MnO2hollow nanoparticles for potential drug delivery applications. Nanotechnology. 2021;32(2):025713
  5. Yunqing Kang*. Cell Biological Techniques and Cell-Biomaterial Interactions. Cells. 2020 Sep 14;9(9):2094.
  6. Ziyan Nie,Xuesong Wang,Liling Ren,Yunqing Kang*.Development of a Decellularized Porcine Bone Matrix for Potential Applications in Bone Tissue Regeneration. Regenerative Medicine.2020 May 22. doi: 10.2217/rme-2019-0125.
  7. NegarFiroozi, Yunqing Kang*. Immobilization of FGF on Poly(xylitol dodecanedioic Acid) Polymer for Tissue Regeneration. Scientific Report. 2020;10(1):10419.
  8. Xuesong Wang, Maohua Lin, Yunqing Kang*. Engineering Porous β-Tricalcium Phosphate (β-TCP) Scaffolds with Multiple Channels to Promote Cell Migration, Proliferation, and Angiogenesis. ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces 2019; 11: 9223-9232.
  9. Negar Firoozi, Yunqing Kang*. A highly elastic and auto-fluorescent poly(xylito-dodecanedioic acid) for tissue engineering. ACS Biomaterials Science & Engineering 2019; 5:1257-1267.
  10. Yunqing Kang. A review of self-expanding esophageal stents for the palliation therapy of inoperable esophageal malignancies. Biomed Research International 2019;1-11.
  11. Maohua Lin , Negar Firoozi, Chi-Tay Tsai, Michael B. Wallace, Yunqing Kang*. 3D-printed flexible polymer stents for potential applications in inoperable esophageal malignancies. Acta Biomaterialia 83 (2019) 119–129.
  12. Yunqing Kang* & Jia Chang. Channels in a porous scaffold: a new player for vascularization. Regen. Med. (2018) 13(6), 705–715
  13. Dan Zhang, Peng Gao, Qin Li, Jinda Li, Xiaojuan Li, Xiaoning Liu, Yunqing Kang* and Liling Ren*. Engineering biomimetic periosteum with β-TCP scaffolds to promote bone formation in calvarial defects of rats. Stem Cell Research & Therapy 2017; 8:134-144.PDF
  14. Yaser shanjani, Yunqing Kang, Livia Zarnescu, Audrey K. Bowden, Jeong-Tae Koh, Dai Fei Elmer Ker, Yunzhi Yang. Endothelial pattern formation in hybrid constructs of additive manufactured porous rigid scaffolds cell-laden hydrogels for orthopedic applications. Journal of the Mechanical Behavior of Biomedical Materials 2017; 65:356-372. PDF
  15. Kathryn Moschouris, Negar Firoozi, Yunqing Kang*. The application of cell sheet engineering in the vascularization of tissue regeneration. Regen. Med. (2016) 11(6), 559–570 . PDFFigure 5
  16. Tao Yu, Qing Liu, Ting Jiang, Xuesong Wang, Yunzhi Yang, Yunqing Kang*. Channeled β-TCP Scaffolds Promoted Vascularization and Bone Augmentation in Mandible of Beagle Dogs. Adv. Funct. Mater. 2016. PDFTOC
  17. Lauren Sweet, Yunqing Kang*, Christopher Czisch, Lukasz Witek, Yang Shi, Jim Smay, Giles W Plant, Yunzhi Yang. Geometrical versus random β-TCP scaffolds: exploring the effects on Schwann cell growth and behavior. Plos One, 2015,10: e0139820. PDFStriking Image
  18. Ángel E. Mercado-Pagán, Yunqing Kang, Michael W. Findlay, Yunzhi Yang. Development and evaluation of elastomeric hollow fiber membranes as small diameter vascular graft substitutes. Materials Science and Engineering: C 2015;49:541-548. PDF1
  19. Yunqing Kang,Naoto Mochizuki, Ali Khademhosseini, Junji Fukuda, Yunzhi Yang. Vascularization of a large hydrogel-ceramic graft using an endothelialized microchannel. Acta Biomaterialia 2015; 11:449-458. PDF2
  20. Jingwen Yang, Yunqing Kang, Christopher Browne, Ting Jiang, Yunzhi Yang. Graded Porous β-TCP Scaffolds Enhance Bone Regeneration in Mandible Augmentation. Journal of Craniofacial Surgery 2014; September . PDF3
  21. Laura Elomaa, Yunqing Kang, Yunzhi Yang. Biodegradable Photocrosslinkable Poly(depsipeptide-co-ε-caprolactone) for Tissue Engineering: Synthesis, Characterization, and In Vitro Evaluation, Journal of Polymer Science, Part A 2014; 52:3307-3315. PDF4
  22. Yunqing Kang, Liling Ren, Yunzhi Yang. Engineering vascularized bone graft by integrating a biomimetic periosteum and β-TCP scaffold. ACS Applied Materials and Interface 2014;6(12):9622-33. PDF5
  23. Liling Ren, Yunqing Kang*, Christopher Browne, Julius Bishop, Yunzhi Yang. Fabrication, vascularization and osteogenic properties of a novel synthetic biomimetic induced membrane for the treatment of large bone defects. Bone 2014;64: 173-182.PDF6
  24. Sungwoo Kim, Yunqing Kang, Ángel E. M. Pagán, William J. Maloney, Yunzhi Peter Yang. Development and characterization of photo-cross-linkable chitosan-lactide hydrogels for growth factor delivery. Journal of Biomedical Materials Research: Part B – Applied Biomaterials. 2014;1-14. PDF7
  25. Yunqing Kang, Sungwoo Kim, Monica Fahrenholtz, Ali Khademhosseini, Yunzhi Yang. Osteogenic and angiogenic potentials of monocultured and co-cultured human-bone-marrow-derived mesenchymal stem cells and human-umbilical-vein endothelial cells on three-dimensional porous beta-tricalcium phosphate scaffold. Acta Biomaterialia 2013;9: 4906-4915. PDF8
  26. Mercado-Pagán AE, Kang Y, Ker DFE, Park S, Yao J, Bishop J, et al. Synthesis and characterization of novel elastomeric poly(D,L-lactide urethane) maleate composites for bone tissue engineering. European Polymer Journal. 2013;49:3337-3349.PDF9
  27. Sun X, Kang Y, Bao J, Zhang Y, Yang Y, Zhou X. Modeling vascularized bone regeneration within a porous biodegradable CaP scaffold loaded with growth factors. Biomaterials. 2013;34(21):4971-81.PDF10
  28. Yunqing Kang, Sungwoo Kim, Julius Bishop, Ali Khademhosseini, Yunzhi Yang. The osteogenic differentiation of human bone marrow MSCs on HUVEC-derived ECM and β-TCP scaffold. Biomaterials 2012; 33:6998-7007.PDF11
  29. Kim S, Kang Y, Krueger CA, Sen M, Holcomb JB, Chen D, et al. Sequential delivery of BMP-2 and IGF-1 using a chitosan gel with gelatin microspheres enhances early osteoblastic differentiation. Acta Biomaterialia. 2012;8(5):1768-77.PDF12
  30. Nguyen LH, Annabi N, Nikkhah M, Bae H, Binan L, Park S, Kang Y, et al. Vascularized bone tissue engineering: Approaches for potential improvement. Tissue Engineering – Part B: Reviews. 2012;18(5):363-82.PDF13
  31. Yunqing Kang, Sungwoo Kim, Ali Khademhosseini, Yunzhi Yang. Creation of bony microenvironment with CaP and cell-derived extracellular matrix to enhance human bone-marrow mesenchymal stem cell behavior and delivery of BMP-2. Biomaterials 2011;32:6119-6130.PDF14
  32. Yunqing Kang, Allison Scully, Daniel A Young, Sungwoo Kim, Helen Tsao, Milan Sen,Yunzhi Yang. Enhanced mechanical performance and biological evaluation of a PLGA coated β-TCP composite scaffold for load-bearing applications. European polymer journal 2011;47:1569-1577.PDF15
  33. Kim S, Tsao H, Kang Y, Young DA, Sen M, Wenke JC, et al. In vitro evaluation of an injectable chitosan gel for sustained local delivery of BMP-2 for osteoblastic differentiation. Journal of Biomedical Materials Research – Part B Applied Biomaterials. 2011;99 B(2):380-90.PDF16
  34. Yunqing Kang, Yadong Yao, Guangfu Yin, et al. A study on the in vitro degradation properties of poly(l-lactic acid)/β-tricalcuim phosphate(PLLA/β-TCP) scaffold under dynamic loading. Medical Engineering & Physics 31 (2009) 589-594.PDF24
  35. Yunqing Kang, Chang Yang, Ping Ouyang, Guangfu Yin, et al. The preparation of BSA-PLLA microparticles in a batch supercritical anti-solvent process. Carbohydrate Polymers 77 (2009) 244-249.PDF19
  36. Yunqing Kang, Guangfu Yin, Quan Yuan, et al. Preparation of poly(L-lactic acid)/β-tricalcium phosphate scaffold for bone tissue engineering without organic solvent. Materials Letters2008; 62: 2029-2032.PDF23
  37. Yunqing Kang, Guangfu Yin, Yunshan Liu, et al. The precipitation of three Ca-P phase whiskers from an acid solution through hydrolysis of urea. Journal of Ceramic Processing Research. 2008; 9:162-166.PDF25
  38. Yunqing Kang, Jiang Wu, Guangfu Yin, et al.Characterization and biological evaluation of paclitaxel loaded poly(L-lactic acid) microparticles prepared by supercritical CO2. Langmuir 2008;24:7432-7441.PDF17
  39. Yunqing Kang, Jiang Wu, Guangfu Yin, et al. Preparation, characterization and in vitro cytotoxicity of indomethacin-loaded PLLA/PLGA microparticles using supercritical CO2 technique. European Journal of Pharmaceutics and Biopharmaceutics 2008;70:85-97.PDF18
  40. Yunqing Kang, Guangfu Yin, Ping Ouyang, et al. Preparation of PLLA/PLGA microparticles using solution enhanced dispersion by super
    critical fluids (SEDS). Journal of Colloid and Interface Science 2008;322:87-94.19
  41. Yunqing Kang, Xiujuan Xu, Guangfu Yin, et al.. A Comparative Study of the in vitro Degradation of Poly(L-lactice acid)/β-tricalcium Phosphate Scaffold in Static and Dynamic Simulated Body Fluid. European Polymer Journal 2007; 43: 1768-1778.PDF22
  42. Yunqing Kang, Guangfu Yin, Kefeng Wang, Lin Luo, Yadong Yao. Ca-P Formation on Poly-L-lactide/β-Tricalcium Phosphate Composite Scaffold in Simulated Body Fluid. Key Engineering Materials 2007;342-343:689-692.PDF26
  43. Yunqing Kang,Guangfu Yin,Kefeng Wang,Lin Luo,Li Liao,Yadong Yao. A Study of Bone-Like Apatite Formation on β-TCP/PLLA Scaffold in Static and Dynamic Simulated Body Fluid. Key Engineering Materials 2007;330-332: 483-486.PDF27
  44. Yunqing Kang, Guangfu Yin, Lin Luo, Kefeng Wang, Yu Zhang. Effects of Mechanical Stress on the in vitro Degradation of Porous Composite Scaffold for Bone Tissue Engineering. Key Engineering Materials 2007;342-343:273-276.PDF28