My publications can also be found on my Google Scholar page.

7)”Epithelial wound healing coordinates distinct actin network architectures to conserve mechanical work and balance power”
Visar Ajeti*, A. Pasha Tabatabai*, Andrew J. Fleszar, Michael F. Staddon, Daniel S. Seara, Cristian Suarez, M. Sulaiman Yousafzai, Dapeng Bi, David R. Kovar, Shiladitya Banerjee, Michael P. Murrell (under review).

6)”Silk molecular weight affects the kinetics of enzymatically crosslinked silk hydrogel formation”
A. Pasha Tabatabai, Benjamin P. Partlow, Nicole R. Raia, David L. Kaplan, Daniel L. Blair (under review).

5)”Entropy production rate is maximized in non-contractile actomyosin”
Daniel S. Seara, Vikrant Yadav, Ian Linsmeier, A. Pasha Tabatabai, Patrick Oakes, Ali Tabei, Shiladitya Banerjee, Michael P. Murrell (accepted – Nature Communications).

4)”Cooperation of dual modes of cell motility promotes epithelial stress relaxation to accelerate wound healing”
Michael F. Staddon, Dapeng Bi, A. Pasha Tabatabai, Visar Ajeti, Michael P. Murrell, and Shiladitya Banerjee, PLoS Computational Biology 10 (2018). – Online version

3)”Acid-induced assembly of a reconstituted silk protein system”
A. Pasha Tabatabai, Katie Weigandt, and Daniel L. Blair, Physical Review E 96, 022405 (2017). pdf: Silk_PRE_2017

2)”Silk fibroin degradation related to rheological and mechanical properties”
Benjamin P. Partlow*, A. Pasha Tabatabai*, Gary G. Leisk, Pegge Cebe, Daniel L. Blair, and David L. Kaplan, Macromolecular Bioscience 16, 666-675 (2016). pdf: Silk_MBS_2016

1)”Rheology of Reconstituted Silk Fibroin Protein Gels: The Epitome of Extreme Mechanics”
A. Pasha Tabatabai, David L. Kaplan, and Daniel L. Blair, Soft Matter, 11, 756-761 (2015). pdf: Silk_SM_2015

*Authors contributed equally