Debarun Das
Debarun Das
SIMULIA Industry Process Consultant, Dassault Systèmes
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Advances in porous biomaterials for dental and orthopaedic applications
M Mour, D Das, T Winkler, E Hoenig, G Mielke, MM Morlock, AF Schilling
Materials 3 (5), 2947-2974, 2010
Physiologically based pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamic analysis enabled by microfluidically linked organs-on-chips
R Prantil-Baun, R Novak, D Das, MR Somayaji, A Przekwas, DE Ingber
Annual review of pharmacology and toxicology 58, 37-64, 2018
Robotic fluidic coupling and interrogation of multiple vascularized organ chips
R Novak, M Ingram, S Marquez, D Das, A Delahanty, A Herland, BM Maoz, ...
Nature biomedical engineering 4 (4), 407-420, 2020
Quantitative prediction of human pharmacokinetic responses to drugs via fluidically coupled vascularized organ chips
A Herland, BM Maoz, D Das, MR Somayaji, R Prantil-Baun, R Novak, ...
Nature biomedical engineering 4 (4), 421-436, 2020
Bioresorption and degradation of biomaterials
D Das, Z Zhang, T Winkler, M Mour, CI Günter, MM Morlock, HG Machens, ...
Tissue engineering III: cell-surface interactions for tissue culture, 317-333, 2011
A mathematical model of effects on specific joints during practice of the sun salutation–a sequence of yoga postures
SN Omkar, M Mour, D Das
Journal of bodywork and movement therapies 15 (2), 201-208, 2011
Motion analysis of sun salutation using magnetometer and accelerometer
SN Omkar, M Mour, D Das
International journal of yoga 2 (2), 62, 2009
Computational approaches for modeling and analysis of human-on-chip systems for drug testing and characterization.
MR Somayaji, D Das, A Przekwas
Drug discovery today 21 (12), 1859-1862, 2016
Enhanced capture of magnetic microbeads using combination of reduced magnetic field strength and sequentially switched electroosmotic flow—a numerical study
D Das, MF Al-Rjoub, RK Banerjee
Journal of biomechanical engineering 137 (5), 2015
A robotic platform for fluidically-linked human body-on-chips experimentation
R Novak, M Ingram, S Clauson, D Das, A Delahanty, A Herland, BM Maoz, ...
BioRxiv, 569541, 2019
Efficient capture of magnetic microbeads by sequentially switched electroosmotic flow—an experimental study
D Das, MF Al-Rjoub, WR Heineman, RK Banerjee
Journal of Micromechanics and Microengineering 26 (5), 055013, 2016
A new level a type IVIVC for the rational design of clinical trials toward regulatory approval of generic polymeric long-acting injectables
MR Somayaji, D Das, A Przekwas
Clinical pharmacokinetics 55 (10), 1179-1190, 2016
Capture of magnetic microspheres in electrokinetic flow for application in lab-on-chip devices
D Das, M Al-Rjoub, JS Yadav, RK Banerjee
Proceedings of the ASME Summer Bioengineering Conference 2012, San Juan …, 2012
Enhanced capture of magnetic microbeads using sequentially switched electroosmotic flow
D Das
University of Cincinnati, 2015
Enhanced capture of magnetic microbeads in microfluidic devices using sequentially switched electroosmotic flow
RK Banerjee, D Das, M Al-Rjoub
US Patent App. 16/548,542, 2020
Drug testing and characterization using human-on-chip (HoC) systems: some thoughts on the application of in vitro-in vivo correlation.
MR Somayaji, D Das, AJ Przekwas
Drug discovery today 23 (9), 1571-1573, 2018
Enhanced Capture of Magnetic Microbeads in Microfluidic Devices Using Sequentially Switched Electroosmotic Flow
RK Banerjee, D Das, M Al-Rjoub, J Yadav
US Patent App. 15/005,223, 2016
Characteristics of Fluid Flow through Microchannels
M Mour, D Das, AN Mullick
AIP Conference Proceedings 1298 (1), 71-79, 2010
Bone Cartilage Interaction: Dependence between Permeability of Subchondral Bone and Cartilage Thickness
T Winkler, M Mour, D Das, D Seidlitz, H Paetzold, MM Morlock, ...
Annual Meeting of the Orthopaedic Research Society 2009, Las Vegas, NV …, 2009
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