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The MIT Open Access Articles collection consists of scholarly articles written by MIT-affiliated authors that are made available through DSpace@MIT under the MIT Faculty Open Access Policy, or under related publisher agreements. Articles in this collection generally reflect changes made during peer-review.

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  • Mizrahi, Boaz; Shankarappa, Sahadev A.; Hickey, Julia M.; Dohlman, Jenny C.; Timko, Brian P.; Whitehead, Kathryn Ann; Lee, Jung-Jae; Langer, Robert; Anderson, Daniel Griffith; Kohane, Daniel S. (Wiley-VCH Verlag GmbH & Co., 2013-03)
    Injectable materials often have shortcomings in mechanical and drug-eluting properties that are attributable to their high water contents. A water-free, liquid four-armed PEG modified with dopamine end groups is described ...
  • Zeng, Yi; Albertus, Paul; Klein, Reinhardt; Chaturvedi, Nalin; Kojic, Aleksandar; Bazant, Martin Z.; Christensen, Jake (2013-07)
    Mathematical models of batteries which make use of the intercalation of a species into a solid phase need to solve the corresponding mass transfer problem. Because solving this equation can significantly add to the ...
  • Schoellhammer, Carl Magnus; Blankschtein, Daniel; Langer, Robert (Informa UK (Informa Healthcare), 2014-03)
    Introduction: Transdermal delivery has potential advantages over other routes of administration. It could reduce first-pass metabolism associated with oral delivery and is less painful than injections. However, the outermost ...
  • Patil, Ashish; Dyavaiah, Madhu; Joseph, Fraulin; Rooney, John P.; Chan, Clement T. Y.; Dedon, Peter C.; Begley, Thomas J. (Taylor & Francis, 2014-10)
    S-phase and DNA damage promote increased ribonucleotide reductase (RNR) activity. Translation of RNR1 has been linked to the wobble uridine modifying enzyme tRNA methyltransferase 9 (Trm9). We predicted that changes in ...
  • Mangerich, Aswin; Dedon, Peter C.; Fox, James G.; Tannenbaum, Steven Robert; Wogan, Gerald N. (Informa UK (Informa Healthcare), 2013-11)
    The intestine comprises an exceptional venue for a dynamic and complex interplay of numerous chemical and biological processes. Here, multiple chemical and biological systems, including the intestinal tissue itself, its ...
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