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1-Dec-2018Electrospun nanosilicates-based organic/inorganic nanofibers for potential bone tissue engineeringWang, Y; Cui, W; Chou, J; Wen, S; Sun, Y; Zhang, H
1-Sep-2016Biomass smoke exposure enhances rhinovirus-induced inflammation in primary lung fibroblastsCapistrano, SJ; Zakarya, R; Chen, H; Oliver, BG
2-Oct-2019Current smoking is associated with decreased expression of mir-335-5p in parenchymal lung fibroblastsOng, J; Berg, AVD; Faiz, A; Boudewijn, IM; Timens, W; Vermeulen, CJ; Oliver, BG; Kok, K; Terpstra, MM; Berge, MVD; Brandsma, CA; Kluiver, J
31-Oct-2017X-ray and Neutron Reflectivity Study Shows That CLIC1 Undergoes Cholesterol-Dependent Structural Reorganization in Lipid MonolayersHossain, KR; Holt, SA; Le Brun, AP; Al Khamici, H; Valenzuela, SM
1-Jan-2017The effect of hydronium ions on the structure of phospholipid membranesDeplazes, E; Poger, D; Cornell, B; Cranfield, CG
18-Oct-2016Evidence of the Key Role of H<inf>3</inf>O<sup>+</sup> in Phospholipid Membrane MorphologyCranfield, CG; Berry, T; Holt, SA; Hossain, KR; Le Brun, AP; Carne, S; Al Khamici, H; Coster, H; Valenzuela, SM; Cornell, B
25-Sep-2018Lipid Membrane Interactions of the Cationic Antimicrobial Peptide Chimeras Melimine and Cys-MelimineBerry, T; Dutta, D; Chen, R; Leong, A; Wang, H; Donald, WA; Parviz, M; Cornell, B; Willcox, M; Kumar, N; Cranfield, CG
11-Apr-2017How Intrinsic Dynamics Mediates the Allosteric Mechanism in the ABC Transporter Nucleotide Binding Domain DimerJones, PM; George, AM
1-Feb-2019Proteomic analysis of cyclic ketamine compounds ability to induce neural differentiation in human adult mesenchymal stem cellsSantos, J; Milthorpe, BK; Padula, MP
2-Jul-2019Correction: Proteomic Analysis of Cyclic Ketamine Compounds Ability to Induce Neural Differentiation in Human Adult Mesenchymal Stem Cells (International Journal of Molecular Sciences 2019, 20, 523)Santos, J; Milthorpe, BK; Padula, MP
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