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21-Feb-2017Localized and controlled delivery of nitric oxide to the conventional outflow pathway via enzyme biocatalysis: towards therapy for GlaucomaChandrawati, R; Chang, J; Reina-Torres, E; Jumeaux, C; Sherwood, JM, et al
17-May-2017Peptide-functionalized fluorescent particles for in situ detection of nitric oxide via peroxynitrite-mediated nitrationChang, JYH; Chow, LW; Dismuke, WM; Ethier, CR; Stevens, MM, et al
23-May-2017The stability of small pegs for cementless implant fixationGeraldes, D; Hansen, U; Jeffers, J; Amis, A; Wellcome Trust
22-Jul-2015Modeling in vivo interactions of engineered nanoparticles in the pulmonary alveolar lining fluidMukherjee, D; Porter, A; Ryan, M; Schwander, S; Chung, KF, et al
29-Oct-2016In vitro hip testing in the International Society of Biomechanics coordinate systemVan arkel, R; Jeffers, J; Wellcome Trust; Engineering & Physical Science Research Council (EPSRC); Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council
13-Apr-2016Spatial Orientation and Morphology of the Pulmonary Artery: Relevance to Optimising Design and Positioning of a Continuous Pressure Monitoring DeviceLee, S; Aguib, H; Chapron, J; Bahmanyar, R; Borghi, A, et al
4-May-2018Fractal-like hierarchical organization of bone begins at the nanoscaleReznikov, N; Matthew, B; Leonardo, L; Stevens, MM; Kroger, R, et al
1-Jan-2018EchoFusion: Tracking and Reconstruction of Objects in 4D Freehand Ultrasound Imaging without External TrackersKhanal, B; Gomez, A; Toussaint, N; McDonagh, S; Zimmer, V, et al
21-Mar-2018Activity dependent downscaling of subthreshold synaptic inputs during slow wave sleep like activity in vivoGonzález Rueda, A; Pedrosa, V; Feord, R; Clopath, C; Paulsen, O, et al
20-Mar-2018Chemokine transport dynamics and emerging recognition of their role in immune functionMoore Jr, JE; Brook, B; Nibbs, RJB; The Royal Society; Royal Academy Of Engineering, et al