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Open Access research that responds to the COVID-19 pandemic...

Strathprints makes available scholarly Open Access content seeking to respond to the medical, scientific, economic and social emergencies arising from the COVID-19 pandemic. Researchers from across the Faculties of Science, Engineering, Business and the Humanities, Arts & Social Sciences (HaSS) are all contributing to improved human understanding of -- or solutions to -- the issues surrounding management of the pandemic and the post-pandemic recovery.

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2014

Kemp, Olivia and Grant, Helen and Lamprou, Dimitrios (2014) Atomic force microscopy (AFM) analysis of nanocarrier–cell interaction. Toxicology Letters, 229 (Supple). S67. P-1.86. ISSN 0378-4274

Agbekoh, Peter E. and Henderson, Catherine and Riches, Philip E. and Grant, M. Helen (2014) Collagen hydrogel matrices for primary hepatocyte culture. Toxicology Letters, 229 (Supple). S141-S142. P-2.151. ISSN 0378-4274

2013

Posada Estefan, Olga Maria and Grant, Helen and Tate, Rothwelle J. (2013) Co–Cr wear products derived from metal-on-metal articulations induce apoptosis on monocyte-like U937 cells. Toxicology Letters, 28 (Suppl). S75. ISSN 0378-4274

2011

Large, Emma and Henderson, Catherine and Flint, David and Grant, Mary (2011) IGFBP-5 as a biomarker of de-differentiation in hepatocytes. Toxicology Letters, 205 (Supple). S65-S65. ISSN 0378-4274

2010

Akbar, M. and Brewer, J.M. and Grant, M.H. (2010) Inflammatory response to orthopaedic cobalt chromium alloy wear debris in a rodent air pouch model. Toxicology Letters, 196S. S199. ISSN 0378-4274

2004

McNeilly, J.D. and Jimenez, L. A. and Clay, M. F. and MacNee, W and Howe, A. and Heal, M.R. and Beverland, I J and Donaldson, K. (2004) Soluble transition metals in welding fumes cause inflammation via activation of NF-B and AP-1. Toxicology Letters, 158 (2). pp. 152-157. ISSN 0378-4274

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