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Effect of annealing on the mechanical properties and the degradation of electrospun polydioxanone filaments.

Journal article

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A layered electrospun and woven surgical scaffold to enhance endogenous tendon repair.

Journal article

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Fabrication of continuous electrospun filaments with potential for use as medical fibres.

Journal article

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Repairing damaged tendon and muscle: are mesenchymal stem cells and scaffolds the answer?

Journal article

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A novel in vitro loading system for high frequency loading of cultured tendon fascicles (vol 35, pg 205, 2013)

Journal article

Adekanmbi I. et al, (2013), Medical engineering & physics, 35, 1051 - 1051

A novel in vitro loading system for high frequency loading of cultured tendon fascicles.

Journal article

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Regulation of hypoxia-induced cell death in human tenocytes.

Journal article

Liang M. et al, (2012), Adv orthop, 2012

Platelet-rich plasma protects tenocytes from adverse side effects of dexamethasone and ciprofloxacin.

Journal article

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Is hypoxia part of the pathology driving vascular remodelling in degenerating rotator cuff tendons?

Conference paper

Hulley PA. et al, (2010), International journal of experimental pathology, 91, A32 - A32