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2015

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.

2014

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

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

2013

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

2006

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.

2004

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.

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