Cheng MJ, Mitra R, Okorafor CC, Nersesyan AA, Harding IC, Bal NN, Kumar R, Jo H, Sridhar S, Ebong EE. Targeted Intravenous Nanoparticle Delivery: Role of Flow and Endothelial Glycocalyx Integrity. Ann Biomed Eng. 2020 Jul;48(7):1941-1954.

Mensah SA, Nersesyan AA, Harding IC, Lee CI, Tan X, Banerjee S, Niedre M, Torchilin VP, Ebong EE. Flow-regulated endothelial glycocalyx determines metastatic cancer cell activity. FASEB J. 2020 May;34(5):6166-6184. [ PDF ]

Cai X, Qiao J, Kulkarni P, Harding IC, Ebong E, Ferris CF. Imaging the effect of the circadian light-dark cycle on the glymphatic system in awake rats. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2020 Jan 7;117(1): 668-676. [ PDF ]

Mensah SA, Harding IC, Zhang M, Jaeggli MP, Torchilin VP, Niedre MJ, Ebong EE. Metastatic cancer cell attachment to endothelium is promoted by endothelial glycocalyx sialic acid degradation. AIChE Journal. 2019 Aug;65(8):e16634. [ PDF ]

Harding, I. C., Mitra, R., Mensah, S. A., Nersesyan, A., Bal, N. N., & Ebong, E. E. Endothelial barrier reinforcement relies on flow-regulated glycocalyx, a potential therapeutic target Biorheology. 2019;56(2-3):131-149. LINK

Harding, I. C., Mitra, R., Mensah, S. A., Herman, I. M., & Ebong, E. E. Pro-atherosclerotic disturbed flow disrupts caveolin-1 expression, localization, and function via glycocalyx degradation Journal of Translational Medicine. 2018 Dec 18;16(1):364. LINK

Mitra, R., Qiao, J., Madhavan, S., O'Neil, G. L., Ritchie, B., Kulkarni, P., & Hamilton, J. A. The comparative effects of high fat diet or disturbed blood flow on glycocalyx integrity and vascular inflammation Translational Medicine Communications, 2018;3:10. LINK

Cheng, M. J., Bal, N. N., Prabakaran, P., Kumar, R., Webster, T. J., Sridhar, S., & Ebong, E. E. Ultrasmall gold nanorods: synthesis and glycocalyx-related permeability in human endothelial cells International Journal of Nanomedicine. 2019 Jan 17;14:319-333. LINK

Mitra, R., et al., Glycocalyx in Atherosclerosis-Relevant Endothelium Function and as a Therapeutic Target Curr Atheroscler Rep, 2017. 19(12): p. 63.

Mitra R., P.P., Ming J. Cheng, Eno E. Ebong, Selenium Nanoparticles: Proposed Endothelial Glycocalyx-Targeted Atherosclerosis Treatment Biomaterials Forum, 2017. 39(3): p. 15-16, 18.

Cheng, Ming J., et al. Endothelial glycocalyx conditions influence nanoparticle uptake for passive targeting. International Journal of Nanomedicine 11 (2016): 3305. LINK

Cancel LM, Ebong EE, Mensah S, Hirschberg C, Tarbell JM. Endothelial glycocalyx, apoptosis and inflammation in an atherosclerotic mouse model Atherosclerosis 252 (2016): 136-146. LINK

Mensah, S.A., et al., Regeneration of glycocalyx by heparan sulfate and sphingosine 1-phosphate restores inter-endothelial communication PLoS One, 2017. 12(10): p. e0186116.

Ebong, Eno E., et al. Shear-induced endothelial NOS activation and remodeling via heparan sulfate, glypican-1, and syndecan-1 Integrative Biology6.3 (2014): 338-347. LINK

Cancel, Limary Melissa, Eno E. Ebong, and John M. Tarbell. Endothelial apoptosis and glycocalyx morphology in plaque and non-plaque areas of the mouse atherosclerotic brachiocephalic artery. The FASEB Journal27.1_MeetingAbstracts (2013): 869-4. LINK

Zeng, Ye, et al. Fluid shear stress induces the clustering of heparan sulfate via mobility of glypican-1 in lipid rafts American Journal of Physiology-Heart and Circulatory Physiology305.6 (2013): H811-H820. LINK

Ebong, Eno Essien, David C. Spray, and John M. Tarbell. Glycocalyx Core Proteins Selectively Mediate Endothelial NOS activation and Cell Alignment in Response to Shear Stress. The FASEB Journal27.1_MeetingAbstracts (2013): 379-3.

Thi, Mia M., et al. Interaction of the Glycocalyx with the Actin Cytoskeleton The Cytoskeleton: Imaging, Isolation, and Interaction(2013): 43-62.

Ebong, Eno E., and Natacha DePaola. Specificity in the participation of connexin proteins in flow-induced endothelial gap junction communication Pflügers Archiv-European Journal of Physiology465.9 (2013): 1293-1302. LINK

Zeng, Ye, et al. The structural stability of the endothelial glycocalyx after enzymatic removal of glycosaminoglycans PLoS One7.8 (2012): e43168. LINK

Ebong, Eno E., et al. Imaging the endothelial glycocalyx in vitro by rapid freezing/freeze substitution transmission electron microscopy Arteriosclerosis, thrombosis, and vascular biology31.8 (2011): 1908-1915. LINK

Ebong, E. E., et al. Life-like preservation and TEM visualization of the glycocalyx reveals that it is substantial in vitro Bioengineering Conference (NEBEC), 2011 IEEE 37th Annual Northeast. IEEE, 2011. LINK

Ebong, E., et al. Rapid Freezing/Freeze Substitution Transmission Electron Microscopy Assessment of Cultured Endothelial Cell Glycocalyx Structure Microscopy and Microanalysis17 (2011): 162. LINK

Ebong, Eno Essien, David C. Spray, and John M. Tarbell. The Glypican-1 HS Core Protein of the Glycocalyx is Important for Flow-induced Endothelial NOS Activation but not Cell Remodeling. The FASEB Journal25.1_MeetingAbstracts (2011): 39-9.