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Kreiner, Michaela and Chillakuri, Chandramouli R. and Pereira, Patricia and Fairhead, Michael and Li, Zhaohui and Mardon, H.J. and Holt, Stephen A. and van der Walle, Christopher F. (2009) Orientation and surface coverage of adsorbed fibronectin cell binding domains and bound integrin α5β1 receptors. Soft Matter, 5. pp. 3954-3962. ISSN 1744-683X

Rigby, S.P. and Fairhead, M. and van der Walle, Christopher F. (2008) Engineering silica particles as oral drug delivery vehicles. Current Pharmaceutical Design, 14 (18). pp. 1821-1831. ISSN 1381-6128

Fairhead, Michael and Johnson, Kenneth A. and Kowatz, James H. and McMahon, Stephen A. and Carter, Lester G. and Oke, Muse and Liu, Huanting and Naismith, James H. and van der Walle, Christopher F. (2008) Crystal structure and silica condensing activities of silicatein alpha-cathepsin L chimeras. Chemical Communications (London), 2008 (15). pp. 1765-1767. ISSN 0009-241X

Fairhead, Michael and Kelly, S.M. and van der Walle, Christopher F. (2008) A heparin binding motif on the pro-domain of human procathepsin L mediates zymogen destabilization and activation. Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications, 366 (3). pp. 862-867. ISSN 1090-2104

Fairhead, M. and van der Walle, C.F. (2008) The heavy-light chain loop of human cathepsin-L modulates its activity and stability. Protein and Peptide Letters, 15 (1). pp. 47-53.

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