Albert Liberski – List of publications in peer-reviewed journals:

1.    Rykowska I; Liberski AR; Wasiak W. The content of aromatic hydrocarbons in products of distillation of waste lubricant oils mixed with waste plastics materials. Pol J Environ Stud 2004; 13:80-84.

2.    Liberski AR, Wasiak W, Jóźwik J, Urbaniak W, Fall J. Waste plastic materials as a source of petrochemical products. Pol J Chem Technol 2005; 7:38-43.

3.    Zhang R; Liberski AR; Khan F, Diaz-Mochon J J; Bradley M. Inkjet fabrication of hydrogel microarrays using in situ nanolitre-scale polymerisation. Chem Commun 2008; 1317-1319. [link]

4.    Liberski AR, Tizzard G J, Diaz-Mochon J J, Hursthouse M B, Milnes P, Bradley M. Screening for polymorphs on polymer microarrays. J Comb Chem (Report) 2008; 10:24-27 [link]

5.    Liberski AR, Zhang R, Bradley M. Inkjet fabrication of polymer microarrays and grids-solving the evaporation problem. Chem Commun 2009; 334-336. [link]

6.    Liberski AR, Zhang R, Bradley M. In situ nanolitre-scale polymer fabrication for flexible cell patterning. JALA 2009; 14:285-93. [link]

7.    Liberski AR, Zhang R, Bradley M. Laser printing mediated cell patterning.Chem Commun 2009; 7509-7511. [link]

8.    Zhang R, Liberski AR, Sanchez-Martin R, Bradley M. Microarrays of over 2000 hydrogels -identification of substrates for cellular trapping and thermally triggered release. Biomaterials 2009; 30:6193-6201. [link]

9.    Delaney Jr J T, Liberski AR, Perelaer J, Schubert US. Reactive inkjet printing of calcium alginate hydrogel porogens-a new strategy to open-pore structured matrices with controlled geometry. Soft Matter 2010; 6:866-9 DOI: 10.1039/b922888h [link]

10.    Delaney JT, Liberski AR, Perelaer J, Schubert US. A practical approach to the development of inkjet printable functional Ionogels—Bendable, foldable, transparent, and conductive electrode materials. Macromolecular Rapid Communications. 31(22):1970-6. [link]

11.    Liberski AR, Delaney JT, Schubert US. ‘One cell-One well’ – a new approach to inkjet printing single cell microarrays. The Journal of Combinatorial Chemistry. 2010;13(2):190-5. [link]

12.    Liberski AR, Delaney JT, Jr., Schafer H, Perelaer J, Schubert US. Organ weaving: woven threads and sheets as a step towards a new strategy for artificial organ development. Macromolecular bioscience. 2011 Nov 10; 11(11):1491-8. JIP: 3.458 [link]

13.    Liberski AR, Delaney JT, Liberska A, Perelaer J, Schwarz M, Schuler T, Moller R, Schubert US. Printed conductive features for DNA chip applications prepared on PET without sintering. RSC Advances. 2012. Epub 2012 Jan 20. [link]

14.    Liberski AR, Al-Noubi MN, Rahman ZH, Halabi NM, Dib SS, Al-Mismar R, Billing AM, Krishnankutty R, Ahmad FS, Raynaud C, Tabrizi JA, Engholm-Keller K, Graumann J. Adaptation of a commonly used, chemically defined medium for human embryonic stem cells to stable isotope labeling with amino acids in cell culture (SILAC). J Proteome Res. 2013. DOI: 10.1021/pr400099j. [link]

15.    Liberski AR, Three-dimensional printing of alginate: From seaweeds to heart valve scaffolds. QScience Connect. 2016. DOI: 10.5339/connect.2016.3 [link]

Books, book chapters and reviews:

1.    Liberski A R, Wasiak W. Odpady i opakowania – nowe regulacje i obowiązki praktyczny poradnik dla wytwórców i odbiorców odpadów i opakowań’. Chapter 3/3.4: Odpadowe oleje smarowe. Poznan, Poznan: Forum; 2004.

2.    Liberski A R, Wasiak W. Odpady i opakowania – nowe regulacje obowiązki praktyczny poradnik dla wytwórców i odbiorców odpadów i opakowań. Chapter 7/2.4: Postępowanie z olejami odpadowymi. Poznan, Poznan: Forum; 2004.

3.    Liberski A R, Wasiak W. Odpady i opakowania – nowe regulacje obowiązki praktyczny poradnik dla wytwórców i odbiorców odpadów i opakowań. Chapter 7/2.4.1: Współprzetwarzanie odpadowych olejów i tworzyw sztucznych. Poznan, Poznan: Forum; 2004.


1.    University of Southampton and University of Edinburgh. The copolymers suitable for use in corneal bandages. – GB0620537.1. 17 Oct 2006.
2.    Dutch Polymer Institute – Certificates of Inventions and Awards. 2010 and 2011.
3.    Dutch Polymer Institute. Method for making electric circuit pattern. – June 2012: WO 2012/072263. June 2012
4.    Dutch Polymer Institute. Cell culture and process for preparing the same.- WO 2012007078 A2. 19 Jan 2012
6.     Dutch Polymer Institute. PROCESS FOR MAKING CELL SUSPENSION.- WO 2012/079749. June 2012
7.    Dutch Polymer Institute. Beads and process for making thereof and sensor device.- WO 2011/144330 November 2011

Patents in submission

1.    Sidra Medical and Research Center – Reconstruction of 3D objects using longwise heterogeneous threads seeded with living cells. July 2015
2.    Sidra Medical and Research Center – Engineering the textile programmable tricuspid Heart Valve (HV) scaffold, for mimicking native velvular anisotropy, an architecture and function. July 2015
3.    Sidra Medical and Research Center – The method and device for high throughput (HT) thread biocompatibility screening. August 2015
4.    Sidra Medical and Research Center – 3D printing of hybrid-textiles for heart valve tissue engineering and textile prototyping. August 2015

Publications in submission

1.    Liberski A, Latif N, Raynaud C, Bollensdorff C, Yacoub M. Alginate for cardiac regeneration from seaweed to clinical trials. Accepted for Global Cardiology Science and Practice.
2.    Liberski A, Ayad N, Wojciechowska D, Zielińska D, Struszczyk H. Knitting for heart valve tissue engineering Submitted to Journal of Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine.
3.    Liberski A, Raynaud C, Ayad N, Wojciechowska D, Sathappan A. Valve tissue engineering with living absorbable threads. Submitted to Journal of Macromolecular Bioscience.
4.    Liberski A, Ayad N, Wojciechowska D, Kot R, Vo D, Aibibu D, Hoffmann G, Cherif C, Grobelny-Mayer K, Snycerski M, Goldmann H. Weaving for heart valve tissue engineering. Submitted to Biotechnology Advances.

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