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The Repository@Hull is intended to be an Open Access showcase for the published research output of the university. Whenever possible, refereed documents accepted for publication, or finished artistic compositions presented in public, will be made available here in full digital format, and hyperlinks to standard published versions will be provided.



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Multifaceted Characterization And In Vitro Assessment Of Polyurethane-Based Electrospun Fibrous Composite For Bone Tissue Engineering (2019)
Journal Article
Jiang, H., Mani, M. P., & Jaganathan, S. K. (2019). Multifaceted Characterization And In Vitro Assessment Of Polyurethane-Based Electrospun Fibrous Composite For Bone Tissue Engineering. International Journal of Nanomedicine, Volume 14, 8149-8159. https://doi.org/10.2147/ijn.s214646

Introduction: Recently several new approaches were emerging in bone tissue engineering to develop a substitute for remodelling the damaged tissue. In order to resemble the native extracellular matrix (ECM) of the human tissue, the bone scaffolds must... Read More

‘The play’s the thing’: A creative collaboration to investigate lived experiences in an urban community garden (2019)
Journal Article
Black, Y. (in press). ‘The play’s the thing’: A creative collaboration to investigate lived experiences in an urban community garden. Management Learning, https://doi.org/10.1177/1350507619886209

Presenting the backstage story of a non-traditional qualitative research project, I illustrate how a creative approach can stimulate participant dialogue and encourage researcher reflexivity. Working with an award-winning playwright and the staff and... Read More

Biochemical and immunocytochemical characterization of coronins in platelets (2019)
Journal Article
Riley, D. R., Khalil, J. S., Naseem, K. M., & Rivero, F. (in press). Biochemical and immunocytochemical characterization of coronins in platelets. Platelets,

Results Platelets express at least four coronins Proteomics and transcriptomics studies indicate that both human and mouse platelets express Coro1, 2, 3 and 7, while other coronins are practically undetectable (Supplemental Table 1 and 2). To demonst... Read More

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