Ohio University

David Tees

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Associate Professor, Physics and Astronomy
Clippinger Hall 357A
Biomedical Engineering

Research Interests: Chemical Engineering, Biomolecular Engineering, Biophysics, Cell Adhesion

Journal Article, Academic Journal (10)

  • Tan, L., Tees, D., Qian, J., Kareem, S., Kieliszewski, M. (2018). Intermolecular interactions between glycomodules of plant cell wall arabinogalactan-proteins and extensins. The Cell Surface; 1: 25-33. http://doi.org/10.1016/j.tcsw.2018.03.001.
  • Mohammadalipour, A., Burdick, M., Tees, D. (2018). Deformability of breast cancer cells in correlation with surface markers and cell rolling. 4. FASEB Journal; 32: 1806-1817. http://dx.doi.org/10.1096/fj.201700762R .
  • Mohammadalipour, A., Burdick, M., Tees, D. (2017). Viscoelasticity measurements reveal rheological differences between stem-like and non-stem-like breast cancer cells. 3. Cellular and Molecular Bioengineering; 10: 235-248. http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s12195-017-0485-8.
  • Shirure, V., Liu, T., Delgadillo, L., Cuckler, C., Tees, D., Benencia, F., Goetz, D., Burdick, M. (2015). CD44 variant isoforms expressed by breast cancer cells are functional E-selectin ligands under flow conditions. 1. American Journal of Physiology-Cell Physiology; 308: C68-78.
  • Burdick, M., Henson, K., Delgadillo, L., Choi, Y., Goetz, D., Tees, D., Benencia, F. (2012). Expression of E-selectin ligands on circulating tumor cells: Cross-regulation with cancer stem cell regulatory pathways?. Frontiers In Oncology; 2: 103 (11 pages).
  • Kummitha, C., Shirure, V., Delgadillo, L., Deosarkar, S., Tees, D., Burdick, M., Goetz, D. (2012). HECA-452 is a Non-Function Blocking Antibody for Sialyl Lewis-x Microsphere Adhesion to Endothelial Expressed E-selectin Under Flow Conditions. 1-2. Journal of Immunological Methods; 384: 43-50.
  • Pai, A., Sundd, P., Tees, D. (2008). In situ microrheological determination of neutrophil stiffening following adhesion in a model capillary. 4. Annals of Biomedical Engineering; 36: 596-603.
  • Sundd, P., Zou, X., Goetz, D., Tees, D. (2008). Leukocyte Adhesion in Capillary-Sized, P-selectin Coated Micropipettes. 2. Microcir.; 15: 109-22.
  • Zou, X., Shinde Patil, V., Dagia, N., Smith, L., Wargo, M., Interliggi, K., Lloyd, C., Tees, D., Walcheck, B., Lawrence, M., Goetz, D. (2005). PSGL-1 Derived from Human Neutrophils is a High Efficiency Ligand for Endothelial Expressed E-selectin under Flow. Am. J. Phys. – Cell Phys.; 289: C415-424.
  • Tees, D., Goetz, D. (2003). Leukocyte Adhesion: An Exquisite Balance of Hydrodynamic and Molecular Forces. News in Physiological Sciences; 18: 186-190.

Book, Chapter in Scholarly Book (1)

  • Tees, D., Sundd, P., Goetz, D. (2006). "A Flow Chamber for Capillary Networks: Leukocyte Adhesion in Capillary-Sized Ligand-Coated Micropipettes" in Principles of Cellular Engineering: Understanding the Biomolecular Interface. New York: M.R. King; 213-231.

Conference Proceeding (2)

  • Tees, D., Sundd, P., Choi, Y., Goetz, D., Pai, A., Rogers, S. (2010). Neutrophil motion, adhesion and activation in an in vitro micropipette model of a lung capillary. Proceedings of the 3rd Joint US-European Fluids Engineering Summer Meeting and 8th International Conference on Nanochannels, Microchannels and Minichannels, August 1-5, 2010, Montreal, Canada: American Society of Mechanical Engineers; FEDSM-ICNMM2010-30177: 1-11.
  • Sundd, P., Choi, Y., Goetz, D., Tees, D. (2008). Neutrophil motion on P-selectin/ICAM-1 in an in vitro model of a lung capillary. State College, PA: Biorheology; 45: 126-126.