Edinburgh Research Explorer

Prof Mark Bradley

Chair of Chemical Biology

  1. A thermoresponsive and chemically defined hydrogel for long-term culture of human embryonic stem cells

    Zhang, R., Mjoseng, H. K., Hoeve, M. A., Bauer, N. G., Pells, S., Besseling, R., Velugotla, S., Tourniaire, G., Kishen, R. E. B., Tsenkina, Y., Armit, C., Duffy, C. R. E., Helfen, M., Edenhofer, F., de Sousa, P. A. & Bradley, M., Jan 2013, In : Nature Communications. 2013, 4, 1335.

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  2. Microarrays of over 2000 hydrogels - Identification of substrates for cellular trapping and thermally triggered release

    Zhang, R., Liberski, A., Sanchez-Martin, R. & Bradley, M., Nov 2009, In : Biomaterials. 30, 31, p. 6193-6201 9 p.

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  3. Searching for the Optimal Fluorophore to Label Antimicrobial Peptides

    Zhao, C., Fernandez Vargas, A., Avlonitis, N., Vande Velde, G., Bradley, M., Read, N. D. & Vendrell, M., 10 Oct 2016, In : ACS Combinatorial Science.

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