Webster:Nanotechnology

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6. Mimicking the nanofeatures of bone increases bone-forming cell adhesion and proliferation. Nanotechnology 16: 9 1828-1835 (September 2005) Erica Palin, Huinan Liu and Thomas J Webster


5. Increased osteoblast functions on nanophase titania dispersed in poly-lactic-co-glycolic acid composites Huinan Liu, Elliott B Slamovich and Thomas J Webster Nanotechnology 16 No 7 (July 2005) S601-S608

4. Adhesion of Pseudomonas fluorescens onto nanophase materials Thomas J Webster, Zonghua Tong, Jin Liu and M Katherine Banks Nanotechnology 16 No 7 (July 2005) S449-S457

3. Improved osteoblast viability in the presence of smaller nanometre dimensioned carbon fibres Rachel L Price, Karen M Haberstroh and Thomas J Webster Nanotechnology 15 No 8 (August 2004) 892-900

2. Helical rosette nanotubes: a more effective orthopaedic implant material Ai Lin Chun, Jesus G Moralez, Hicham Fenniri and Thomas J Webster Nanotechnology 15 No 4 (April 2004) S234-S239

1. Nano-biotechnology: carbon nanofibres as improved neural and orthopaedic implants. Nanotechnology 15 No 1 (January 2004) 48-54 Thomas J Webster, Michael C Waid, Janice L McKenzie, Rachel L Price and Jeremiah U Ejiofor

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