Kristi Kiick
Kristi Kiick
Professor of Materials Science and Engineering, University of Delaware
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Incorporation of azides into recombinant proteins for chemoselective modification by the Staudinger ligation
KL Kiick, E Saxon, DA Tirrell, CR Bertozzi
Proceedings of the National academy of Sciences 99 (1), 19-24, 2002
Designing degradable hydrogels for orthogonal control of cell microenvironments
PM Kharkar, KL Kiick, AM Kloxin
Chemical Society Reviews 42 (17), 7335-7372, 2013
Efficient incorporation of unsaturated methionine analogues into proteins in vivo
JCM van Hest, KL Kiick, DA Tirrell
Journal of the American Chemical Society 122 (7), 1282-1288, 2000
Tunable degradation of maleimide–thiol adducts in reducing environments
AD Baldwin, KL Kiick
Bioconjugate chemistry 22 (10), 1946-1953, 2011
Polysaccharide‐modified synthetic polymeric biomaterials
AD Baldwin, KL Kiick
Peptide Science: Original Research on Biomolecules 94 (1), 128-140, 2010
Production of heparin-functionalized hydrogels for the development of responsive and controlled growth factor delivery systems
T Nie, A Baldwin, N Yamaguchi, KL Kiick
Journal of controlled release 122 (3), 287-296, 2007
Hybrid multicomponent hydrogels for tissue engineering
X Jia, KL Kiick
Macromolecular bioscience 9 (2), 140-156, 2009
Functionalizing electrospun fibers with biologically relevant macromolecules
CL Casper, N Yamaguchi, KL Kiick, JF Rabolt
Biomacromolecules 6 (4), 1998-2007, 2005
Polymer-based therapeutics
S Liu, R Maheshwari, KL Kiick
Macromolecules 42 (1), 3-13, 2009
Heparin-functionalized polymeric biomaterials in tissue engineering and drug delivery applications
Y Liang, KL Kiick
Acta biomaterialia 10 (4), 1588-1600, 2014
Growth factor mediated assembly of cell receptor-responsive hydrogels
N Yamaguchi, L Zhang, BS Chae, CS Palla, EM Furst, KL Kiick
Journal of the American Chemical Society 129 (11), 3040-3041, 2007
Protein engineering by in vivo incorporation of non-natural amino acids: Control of incorporation of methionine analogues by methionyl-tRNA synthetase
KL Kiick, DA Tirrell
Tetrahedron 56 (48), 9487-9493, 2000
Polysaccharide− poly (ethylene glycol) star copolymer as a scaffold for the production of bioactive hydrogels
N Yamaguchi, KL Kiick
Biomacromolecules 6 (4), 1921-1930, 2005
Protein‐and peptide‐modified synthetic polymeric biomaterials
OD Krishna, KL Kiick
Peptide Science: Original Research on Biomolecules 94 (1), 32-48, 2010
Expanding the scope of protein biosynthesis by altering the methionyl‐tRNA synthetase activity of a bacterial expression host
KL Kiick, JCM van Hest, DA Tirrell
Angewandte Chemie International Edition 39 (12), 2148-2152, 2000
Reversible maleimide–thiol adducts yield glutathione-sensitive poly (ethylene glycol)–heparin hydrogels
AD Baldwin, KL Kiick
Polymer chemistry 4 (1), 133-143, 2013
Conformation and assembly of polypeptide scaffolds in templating the synthesis of silica: an example of a polylysine macromolecular “switch”
SV Patwardhan, R Maheshwari, N Mukherjee, KL Kiick, SJ Clarson
Biomacromolecules 7 (2), 491-497, 2006
Identification of an expanded set of translationally active methionine analogues in Escherichia coli
KL Kiick, R Weberskirch, DA Tirrell
FEBS letters 502 (1-2), 25-30, 2001
Manipulation of hydrogel assembly and growth factor delivery via the use of peptide–polysaccharide interactions
L Zhang, EM Furst, KL Kiick
Journal of controlled release 114 (2), 130-142, 2006
Hydrophilic elastomeric biomaterials based on resilin-like polypeptides
MB Charati, JL Ifkovits, JA Burdick, JG Linhardt, KL Kiick
Soft matter 5 (18), 3412-3416, 2009
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