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East, Emma and Phillips, James B. (2008). Tissue engineered cell culture models for nervous system research. In: Greco, Giovanni N. ed. Tissue Engineering Research Trends. Nova Science Publishers, Inc, pp. 141–160.

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East, Emma; Golding, Jonathan P. and Phillips, James B. (2009). A versatile 3D culture model facilitates monitoring of astrocytes undergoing reactive gliosis. Journal of Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine, 3(8) pp. 634–646.

East, Emma; Blum de Oliveira, Daniela; Golding, Jon and Phillips, James (2009). Astrocyte alignment increases neurite outgrowth in a 3D cell culture model. Glia, 57(S13) S159.

Piers, T. M.; East, Emma and Pocock, J. M. (2009). Fibrin and fibrinogen cause neuron non-cell autonomous degeneration. Glia, 57(S13) S61.

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Georgiou, M.; East, E.; Loughlin, J.; Golding, J. and Phillips, J. (2011). Aligned Schwann cells within 3D tissue-like gels provide guidance to regenerating neurites. In: 10th European Meeting on Glial Cells in Health and Disease, 13-17 Sep 2011, Prague, Czech Republic.

Georgiou, M.; East, E.; Loughlin, A. J.; Golding, J. P. and Phillips, J. B. (2011). A tissue engineered collagen conduit containing columns of aligned Schwann cells supports neuronal regeneration in vitro. In: 2011 PNS Biennial Meeting of the Peripheral Nerve Society, 25-29 Jun 2011, Potomac, Maryland, US.

East, E.; Georgiou, M.; Loughlin, A.J.; Golding, J.P. and Phillips, J.B. (2010). Plastic compression of aligned cellular collagen gels for nervous system repair. In: Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine International Society - EU Meeting, 13-17 Jun, Galway, Ireland.

Phillips, James; East, Emma and Golding, Jon (2008). Monitoring reactive gliosis in 3-dimensional astrocyte cultures; a model of spinal cord damage. In: Neuroscience 2008: 38th annual meeting of the Society for Neuroscience, 15-19 Nov 2008, Washington, DC.


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