Inkjet fabrication of hydrogel microarrays using in situ nanolitre-scale polymerization
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Chem. Commun., 2008, 1317–1319
Microarray platforms for enzymatic and cell-based assays
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Chem. Soc. Rev., 2007, 36, 449–457
Polymer microarrays: Identification of substrates for phagocytosis assays
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Biomaterials, 2006, 27 (30): 5299-5306
Polymer microarrays for cellular adhesion
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High-Throughput Synthesis of Thin Film Materials using Physical Vapour Deposition
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J. Combinatorial Chemistry, 2006, 8, 66-73
Establishing a transport protocol for the delivery of cultured melanocytes and keratinocytes for the treatment of vitiligo
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Tissue Engineering Part C, 2011, 17(5), 375-82
Feeder layer- and animal product-free culture of neonatal foreskin keratinocytes: improved performance, usability, quality and safety
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Cell Tissue Bank, 2011
Development of a surface modified contact lens for the transfer of cultured limbal epithelial cells to the cornea for ocular surface diseases.
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Tissue Engineering Part A, 2009, 15(10), 2889-2902
Simplifying the delivery of melanocytes and keratinocytes for the treatment of vitiligo using a chemically defined carrier dressing
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J. Investigative Dermatology, 2008, 128(6), 1554-1564
Randomized, controlled, single-blind study on use of autologous keratinocytes on a transfer dressing to treat nonhealing diabetic ulcers
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Regenerative Medicine, 2007, 2(6), 887-902
A xenobiotic-free culture system for human limbal epithelial stem cells
Notara M, Haddow D, MacNeil S, Daniels J and Notara M.
Regenerative Medicine, 2007, 2(6), 919-927
Use of a rabbit cornea model for the development of a cell transfer system for limbal epithelial cells
Deshpande P, Bullett N, Notara M, Haddow D, Daniels J and MacNeil S.
Tissue Engineering, 2007, 13(7), 1773-1773
Plasma polymer coated surfaces for serum-free culture of limbal epithelium for ocular surface disease
Notara M, Bullett N, Deshpande P, Haddow D, Daniles J and Macneil S.
J. Materials Science – Science in Medicine, 2007, 18(2), 329-338
Clinical experience using cultured epithelial autografts leads to an alternative methodology for transferring skin cells from the laboratory to the patient
Hernon C, Dawson R, Freedlander E, Short R, haddow D, Brotherstone M and MacNeil S.
Regenrative Medicine, 2006, 1(6), 809-821
A cell therapy for chronic wounds based upon a plasma polymer delivery surface
Haddow D, MacNeil S and Short R.
Plasma Processes and Polymers, 2006, 3(6-7), 419-430
Treatment of burns and chronic wounds using a new cell transfer dressing for delivery of autologous keratinocytes
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Eur J Plast Surg, 2005, 28(5), 319-330
A new autologous keratinocyte dressing treatment for non-healing diabetic neuropathic foot ulcers
Moustafa M, Simpson C, Glover M, Haddow D and MacNeil S.
Diabetic Medicine, 2004, 21(7), 786-789
Development of a stable chemically defined surface for the culture of human keratinocytes under serum-free conditions for clinical use
Higham MC, Dawson R, Szabo M and MacNeil S.
Tissue Engineering, 2003, 9(5), 919-930
Plasma-polymerized surfaces for culture of human keratinocytes and transfer of cells to an in vitro wound-bed model
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J Biomed Mat Research Part A, 2003, 64A(1), 80-87