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Pond, Caroline M. (2011). The evolution of mammalian adipose tissue. In: Symonds, Michael E. E. ed. Adipose Tissue Biology. New York: Springer, pp. 227–269.

Pond, Caroline M. (2011). Ecology of storage and allocation of resources: animals. eLS, John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.. file

Pond, Caroline (2011). Storage, ecology of. Encyclopedia of Biodiversity, 2nd edition, Elsevier. file


Pond, Caroline (2010). Bloodless revolution. Physiology News, 78 pp. 21–23. file


Pond, Caroline M. (2009). Paracrine provision of lipids in the immune system. Current Immunology Reviews, 5(2) pp. 150–160. file


Piller, Neil; Damstra, Robert; Cordero, Isabel Forner; Harvey, NNatasha and Pond, Caroline (2008). Lymphatic system function and obesity — are there links? Journal of Lymphoedema, 3(1) pp. 81–85.


Pond, Caroline M. (2007). Interactions of adipose and lymphoid tissues. In: Fantuzzi, Giamila and Mazzone, Theodore eds. Adipose tissue and adipokines in health and disease. Health and nutrition. Totowa N.J. USA: Humana Press Inc., pp. 133–150.

Klein, J.; Permana, P. A; Owecki,, M; Chaldakov, G. N.; Böhm, M; Hausman, G; Lapière, C. M.; Anatassova, P; Sowinski, J; Fasshauer, M.; Hausman, D. B.; Maquoi, E; Tonchev, A. B.; Peneva, V. N.; Vlachanov, K. P.; Fiore, M; Aloe, L; Slominski, A; Reardon, C. L.; Ryan, T. J. and Pond, C. M. (2007). What are subcutaneous adipocytes really good for…? Experimental Dermatology, 16(1) pp. 45–70.


Iacobellis, Gianluca; Pond, Caroline M. and Sharma, Arya M. (2006). Different “weight” of cardiac and general adiposity in predicting left in trouble morphology. Obesity, 14(10) pp. 1679–1684. file

Westcott, Edward D. A.; Mattacks, Christine A.; Windsor, Alastair C. J.; Knight, Stella C. and Pond, Caroline M. (2006). Perinodal adipose tissue and fatty acid composition of lymphoid tissues in patients with and without Crohn's Disease and their implications for the etiology and treatment of CD. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 1072(1) pp. 395–400.


Sadler, Dawn; Mattacks, Christine A. and Pond, Caroline M. (2005). Changes in adipocytes and dendritic cells in lymph node-containing adipose depots during and after many weeks of mild inflammation. Journal of Anatomy, 207(6) pp. 769–789.

Westcott, Edward; Windsor, Alastair; Mattacks, Christine; Pond, Caroline and Knight, Stella (2005). The fatty acid compositions of lipids in mesenteric adipose tissue and lymphoid cells in patients with and without Crohn's disease and their therapeutic implications. Inflammatory Bowel Diseases, 11(9) pp. 820–827.

Pond, Caroline M. (2005). Adipose tissue and the immune system. Prostaglandins, Leukotrienes and Essential Fatty Acids, 73(1) pp. 17–30.

Mattacks, Christine A.; Sadler, Dawn and Pond, Caroline M. (2005). The control of lipolysis in perinodal and other adipocytes by lymph node and adipose tissue-derived dendritic cells in rats. Adipocytes, 1(1) pp. 43–56.


Mattacks, Christine A.; Sadler, Dawn and Pond, Caroline M. (2004). Site-specific differences in fatty acid composition of dendritic cells and associated adipose tissue in Popliteal Depot, Mesentery, and Omentum and their modulation by chronic inflammation and dietary lipids. Lymphatic Research and Biology, 2(3) pp. 107–129.

Pond, C.M.; Mattacks, C.A and Sadler, D. (2004). The effects of dietary lipids on dendritic cells in perinodal adipose tissue during chronic mild inflammation. British Journal of Nutrition, 91(6) pp. 883–892. file


Pond, Caroline A. and Mattacks, Christine A. (2003). The source of fatty acids incorporated into proliferating lymphoid cells in immune-stimulated lymph nodes. British Journal of Nutrition, 89(3) pp. 375–382. file

Pond, Caroline M. (2003). Paracrine relationships between adipose and lymphoid tissues: implications for the mechanism of HIV-associated adipose redistribution syndrome. Trends in Immunology, 24(1) pp. 13–18.

Priddle, J.D.; Mattacks, C.A.; Sadler, D.A.; MacQueen, H.A. and Pond, C.M. (2003). Changes in lymphokine receptor expression and fatty acid composition of phospholipids and triacylglycerols in rat adipocytes associated with lymph nodes following a transient immune challenge. Cell Biology International, 27(1) pp. 23–29.

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