Information Center

Publications & Links


  1. Late Positive Remodeling and Late Lumen Gain Contribute to Vascular Restoration by a Non-Drug Eluting Bioresorbable Scaffold: A Four-Year Intravascular Ultrasound Study in Normal Porcine Coronary Arteries
  2. Abizaid, A., Brito AL, Costa JR. Stent Pipeline: An Update on Absorbable Polymer Stents. Cardiac Interventions Today. 2008. 2(6):56-62.
  3. Kohn J, Welsh WJ, Knight D. A new approach to the rationale discovery of polymeric biomaterials. Biomaterials. 2007; 28: 4171-4177.
  4. Weber N, Pesnell A, Bolikal D, Zeltinger J, Kohn J. Viscoelastic properties of fibrinogen adsorbed to the surface of biomaterials used in blood-contacting medical devices. Langmuir. 2007 Mar 13;23(6):3298-304. Epub 2007 Feb 10.
  5. Weber N, Wendel HP, Kohn J. Formation of viscoelastic protein layers on polymeric surfaces relevant to platelet adhesion, Journal of Biomedical Materials Research Part A. 2005; 72A(4), 420-427.
  6. Kohn J, Zeltinger J. Resorbable, drug-eluting stents: A new frontier in the treatment of coronary artery disease. Expert Review of Medical Devices. Nov. 2005. 2(6):667-671.
  7. The Amazing Disappearing Stent: National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering, September 21, 2004
  8. Zeltinger J, Schmid E, Brandom D, Bolikal D, Pesnell, Kohn J. Advances in the Development of Coronary Stents. Biomaterials Forum. First Quarter 2004; 26(1):8,9,24.

Industry and Educational Links

  1. – The source for interventional cardiovascular news and education
  2. – American Heart Association
  3. – Cardiovascular Research Technologies
  4. – Ongoing education in interventional cardiology