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The Repository@Nottingham is intended to be an Open Access showcase for the published research output of the university. Whenever possible, refereed documents accepted for publication, or finished artistic compositions presented in public, will be made available here in full digital format, and hyperlinks to standard published versions will be provided. See our Policies for further information.



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Discovery of Synergistic Material-Topography Combinations to Achieve Immunomodulatory Osteoinductive Biomaterials using a novel in vitro screening method: the ChemoTopoChip (2021)
Journal Article
Burroughs, L., Amer, M., Vassey, M., Koch, B., Figueredo, G., Mukonoweshuro, B., …Alexander, M. R. (in press). Discovery of Synergistic Material-Topography Combinations to Achieve Immunomodulatory Osteoinductive Biomaterials using a novel in vitro screening method: the ChemoTopoChip. Biomaterials, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.biomaterials.2021.120740

Human mesenchymal stem cells (hMSCs) are widely represented in regenerative medicine clinical strategies due to their compatibility with autologous implantation. Effective bone regeneration involves crosstalk between macrophages and hMSCs, with macro... Read More about Discovery of Synergistic Material-Topography Combinations to Achieve Immunomodulatory Osteoinductive Biomaterials using a novel in vitro screening method: the ChemoTopoChip.

Skeleton Growth in Guinea Pigs and Humans (2021)
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Skinner, Z., Clark, N., Rutland, S., Dawkins, A., & Rutland, C. S. (2021). Skeleton Growth in Guinea Pigs and Humans. Frontiers for Young Minds, 9,

Every animal has a skeleton made up of many different bones. Bones are vital. Without bones we would not be able to move, protect our internal organs, store important minerals, or even make some cell types! When we are young, in addition to growing,... Read More about Skeleton Growth in Guinea Pigs and Humans.

Cognitive assessment in multiple sclerosis clinical care: a qualitative evaluation of stakeholder perceptions and preferences (2021)
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Elwick, H., Smith, L., Mhizha-Murira, J. R., Topcu, G., Leighton, P., Drummond, A., …Das Nair, R. (in press). Cognitive assessment in multiple sclerosis clinical care: a qualitative evaluation of stakeholder perceptions and preferences. Neuropsychological Rehabilitation,

There is a growing consensus that cognitive assessments should form part of routine clinical care in Multiple Sclerosis (MS). However, what remains unclear is which assessments are preferred by “stakeholders” (including people with MS, family members... Read More about Cognitive assessment in multiple sclerosis clinical care: a qualitative evaluation of stakeholder perceptions and preferences.

A novel low-cost, high-resolution camera system for measuring peat subsidence and water table dynamics (2021)
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Evans, C. D., Callaghan, N., Jaya, A., Grinham, A., Sjogersten, S., Page, S. E., …Jovani-Sancho, A. J. (in press). A novel low-cost, high-resolution camera system for measuring peat subsidence and water table dynamics. Frontiers in Environmental Science,

Peatlands are highly dynamic systems, able to accumulate vertically and sequester carbon over millennia under natural conditions, but susceptible to rapid subsidence and carbon loss when drained. Measurements of short-term, seasonal and long-term pea... Read More about A novel low-cost, high-resolution camera system for measuring peat subsidence and water table dynamics.