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2016Ablation of Perlecan domain I heparan sulfate reduces progressive cartilage degradation, synovitis, and osteophyte size in post-traumatic osteoarthritisJackson, Miriam; Little, Christopher; Melrose, James; Shu, Cindy; Smith, Margaret; Smith, Susan; Lord, Megan; Penm, Steven; Whitelock, John M.; Northern Clinical School: Kolling Institute; Northern Clinical School: Kolling Institute; Northern Clinical School: Surgery; Northern Clinical School: Inst. for Bone & Joint Research; Northern Clinical School: Inst. for Bone & Joint Research; Northern Clinical School: Inst. for Bone & Joint ResearchAblation of Perlecan domain I heparan sulfate reduces progressive cartilage degradation, synovitis, and osteophyte size in post-traumatic osteoarthritis, Arthritis & Rheumatology, vol.68, 4, 2016,pp 868-879
2016Bioengineered human heparin with anticoagulant activityLyons, Guy; Cheng, Bill; Lord, Megan; Rnjak-Kovacina, Jelena; Tang, Fengying; Whitelock, John M.; Central Clinical School: MedicineBioengineered human heparin with anticoagulant activity, Metabolic Engineering, vol.38, N/A, 2016,pp 105-114
2012Biointerface: protein enhanced stem cells binding to implant surfaceBilek, Marcela; Chrzanowski, Wojciech; Kondyurin, Aleksey; Kim, Hae-Won; Lee, JaeHo; Lord, Megan; Physics; Pharmacy; PhysicsBiointerface: protein enhanced stem cells binding to implant surface, Journal of Materials Science: Materials in Medicine, vol.23, 9, 2012,pp 2203-2215
2015Can We Produce Heparin/Heparan Sulfate Biomimetics Using “Mother-Nature” as the Gold Standard?Melrose, James; Farrugia, B; Lord, Megan; Whitelock, John; Northern Clinical School: SurgeryCan We Produce Heparin/Heparan Sulfate Biomimetics Using “Mother-Nature” as the Gold Standard?, Molecules, vol.20, 3, 2015,pp 4254-4276
2012The cartilage matrix molecule components produced by human foetal cartilage rudiment cells within scaffolds and the role of exogenous growth factorsMelrose, James; Chuang, Christine; Doran, Pauline; Lord, Megan; Shahin, Kifah; Whitelock, John; Northern Clinical School: SurgeryThe cartilage matrix molecule components produced by human foetal cartilage rudiment cells within scaffolds and the role of exogenous growth factors, Biomaterials, vol.33, 16, 2012,pp 4078-4088
2011Colocalization in vivo and association in vitro of perlecan and elastinMelrose, James; Smith, Margaret; Smith, Susan; Weiss, Anthony; Hayes, Anthony; Lord, Megan; Whitelock, John M.; Northern Clinical School: Surgery; Northern Clinical School: Inst. for Bone & Joint Research; Northern Clinical School: Inst. for Bone & Joint Research; Molecular BioscienceColocalization in vivo and association in vitro of perlecan and elastin, Histochemistry and Cell Biology, vol.136, N/A, 2011,pp 437-454
2016Fabrication of Semiordered Nanopatterned Diamond-like Carbon and Titania Films for Blood Contacting ApplicationsNandakumar, Deepika; Ruys, Andrew; Bendavid, Avi; Harris, Ken; Lord, Megan; Martin, P J; Aerospace Mech & Mtronic Eng; Aerospace Mech & Mtronic EngFabrication of Semiordered Nanopatterned Diamond-like Carbon and Titania Films for Blood Contacting Applications, ACS Applied Materials and Interfaces, vol.8, 11, 2016,pp 6802-6810
2010Heparan Sulfate-Dependent Signaling of Fibroblast Growth Factor 18 by Chondrocyte-Derived Perlecan.Melrose, James; Chuang, Christine; Freeman, Craig; Iozzo, Renato V; Knox, Sarah; Lord, Megan; Rees, Martin D; Whitelock, John M.; Northern Clinical School: SurgeryHeparan Sulfate-Dependent Signaling of Fibroblast Growth Factor 18 by Chondrocyte-Derived Perlecan., Biochemistry, vol.49, 26,pp 5524-5532
2013Mast Cells Produce Novel Shorter Forms of Perlecan That Contain Functional Endorepellin: A Role in Angiogenesis and Wound HealingAlkhouri, Hatem; Hughes, J. Margaret; Lyons, James (Guy); Cheng, Bill; Iozzo, Renato V; Jung, MoonSun; Lord, Megan; McCarthy, Simon J; Whitelock, John M.; Pharmacy; Pharmacy; Central Clinical School: MedicineMast Cells Produce Novel Shorter Forms of Perlecan That Contain Functional Endorepellin: A Role in Angiogenesis and Wound Healing, Journal of Biological Chemistry, vol.288, 5, 2013,pp 3289-3304
2018The multifaceted roles of perlecan in fibrosisMelrose, James; Lord, Megan; Rnjak-Kovacina, Jelena; Smith, James; Tang, Fengying; Whitelock, John M.; Northern Clinical School: SurgeryThe multifaceted roles of perlecan in fibrosis, Matrix Biology, vol.68-69, N/A, 2018,pp 150-166
2018The multifaceted roles of perlecan in fibrosisMelrose, James; Lord, Megan; Rnjak-Kovacina, Jelena; Smith, James; Tang, Fengying; Whitelock, John M.; Northern Clinical School: SurgeryThe multifaceted roles of perlecan in fibrosis, Matrix Biology, vol.68-69, N/A, 2018,pp 150-166
2018The multifaceted roles of perlecan in fibrosisMelrose, James; Lord, Megan; Rnjak-Kovacina, Jelena; Smith, James; Tang, Fengying; Whitelock, John M.; Northern Clinical School: SurgeryThe multifaceted roles of perlecan in fibrosis, Matrix Biology, vol.68-69, N/A, 2018,pp 150-166
2018The multifaceted roles of perlecan in fibrosisMelrose, James; Lord, Megan; Rnjak-Kovacina, Jelena; Smith, James; Tang, Fengying; Whitelock, John M.; Northern Clinical School: SurgeryThe multifaceted roles of perlecan in fibrosis, Matrix Biology, vol.68-69, N/A, 2018,pp 150-166
2018The multifaceted roles of perlecan in fibrosisMelrose, James; Lord, Megan; Rnjak-Kovacina, Jelena; Smith, James; Tang, Fengying; Whitelock, John M.; Northern Clinical School: SurgeryThe multifaceted roles of perlecan in fibrosis, Matrix Biology, vol.68-69, N/A, 2018,pp 150-166
2018The multifaceted roles of perlecan in fibrosisMelrose, James; Lord, Megan; Rnjak-Kovacina, Jelena; Smith, James; Tang, Fengying; Whitelock, John M.; Northern Clinical School: SurgeryThe multifaceted roles of perlecan in fibrosis, Matrix Biology, vol.68-69, N/A, 2018,pp 150-166
2015Nano-Bio-Chemical Braille for Cells: The Regulation of Stem Cell Responses using Bi-Functional SurfacesBilek, Marcela; Chrzanowski, Wojciech; Kondyurin, Alexey; Jang, Jun-Hyeog; Kim, Hae-Won; Lee, J. H.; Lord, Megan; Physics; Pharmacy; PhysicsNano-Bio-Chemical Braille for Cells: The Regulation of Stem Cell Responses using Bi-Functional Surfaces, Advanced Functional Materials, vol.25, 2, 2015,pp 193-205
2012Not All Lubricin Isoforms Are Substituted with a Glycosaminoglycan ChainYoussef, Peter; Chuang, Christine; Estrella, Ruby; Flannery, Carl; Karlsson, Niclas; Lord, Megan; Whitelock, John; Central Clinical School: MedicineNot All Lubricin Isoforms Are Substituted with a Glycosaminoglycan Chain, Connective Tissue Research, vol.53, 2, 2012,pp 132-141
2016Pericellular colocalisation and interactive properties of type VI collagen and perlecan in the intervertebral discLittle, Christopher; Melrose, James; Hayes, Anthony; Lord, Megan; Shu, Cindy; Whitelock, John M.; Northern Clinical School: Kolling Institute; Northern Clinical School: SurgeryPericellular colocalisation and interactive properties of type VI collagen and perlecan in the intervertebral disc, European Cells and Materials, vol.32, N/A, 2016,pp 40-57
2014The role of vascular-derived perlecan in modulating cell adhesion, proliferation and growth factor signalingChuang, Christine; Davies, Michael; Melrose, James; Iozzo, Renato V; Lord, Megan; Whitelock, John M.; Central Clinical School: Heart Research Institute; Central Clinical School: Heart Research Institute; Northern Clinical School: SurgeryThe role of vascular-derived perlecan in modulating cell adhesion, proliferation and growth factor signaling, Matrix Biology, vol.35, N/A, 2014,pp 112-122
2010Substrate elasticity provides mechanical signals for the expansion of hemopoietic stem and progenitor cellsBax, Daniel; Eamegdool, Steven; Holst, Jeffrey; Kondyurin, Alexey; Nivison-Smith, Lisa; Rasko, John; Weiss, Anthony; Lord, Megan; Ma, Liang; Oberhauser, Andres; Watson, Sarah; School of Molecular Bioscience; School of Molecular Bioscience; Central Clinical School: Centenary Institute; Physics; School of Molecular Bioscience; Central Clinical School: Centenary Institute; School of Molecular BioscienceSubstrate elasticity provides mechanical signals for the expansion of hemopoietic stem and progenitor cells, Nature Biotechnology, vol.28, N/A,pp 1123-1128