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Georgiou, Melanie; Bunting, Stephen C. J.; Davies, Heather A.; Loughlin, Alison J.; Golding, Jonathan P. and Phillips, James B. (2013). Engineered neural tissue for peripheral nerve repair. Biomaterials, 34(30) pp. 7335–7343. file

Georgiou, Melanie; Golding, Jon P.; Loughlin, Alison J.; Kingham, Paul J. and Phillips, James B. (2015). Engineered neural tissue with aligned, differentiated adipose-derived stem cells promotes peripheral nerve regeneration across a critical sized defect in rat sciatic nerve. Biomaterials, 37 pp. 242–251.

King, V. R.; Phillips, J. B.; Hunt-Grubbe, H; Brown, R. and Priestley, J. V. (2006). Characterization of non-neuronal elements within fibronectin mats implanted into the damaged adult rat spinal cord. Biomaterials, 27(3) pp. 485–496.

Koburger, Susanne; Bannerman, Alistair; Grover, Liam M.; Müller, Frank A.; Bowen, James and Paxton, Jennifer (2014). A novel method for monitoring mineralisation in hydrogels at the engineered hard–soft tissue interface. Biomaterials Science, 2(1) pp. 41–51. file

O'Rourke, Caitriona; Drake, Rosemary A. L.; Cameron, Grant W. W.; Loughlin, A. Jane and Phillips, James B. (2015). Optimising contraction and alignment of cellular collagen hydrogels to achieve reliable and consistent engineered anisotropic tissue. Journal of Biomaterials Applications (Early view).

Phillips, James B.; King, Von R.; Ward, Zoë; Porter, Rebecca A.; Priestley, John V. and Brown, Robert A. (2004). Fluid shear in viscous fibronectin gels allows aggregation of fibrous materials for CNS tissue engineering. Biomaterials, 25(14) pp. 2769–2779.

Truong, Vinh X.; Ablett, Matthew P.; Gilbert, Hamish T. J.; Bowen, James; Richardson, Stephen M.; Hoyland, Judith A. and Dove, Andrew P. (2014). In situ-forming robust chitosan-poly(ethylene glycol) hydrogels prepared by copper-free azide–alkyne click reaction for tissue engineering. Biomaterials Science, 2(2) pp. 167–175. filefile

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