Neil Cameron
Neil Cameron
Professor of Polymer Materials, Monash University
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Recent advances in 2D and 3D in vitro systems using primary hepatocytes, alternative hepatocyte sources and non-parenchymal liver cells and their use in investigating …
P Godoy, NJ Hewitt, U Albrecht, ME Andersen, N Ansari, S Bhattacharya, ...
Archives of toxicology 87, 1315-1530, 2013
High internal phase emulsion templating as a route to well-defined porous polymers
NR Cameron
Polymer 46 (5), 1439-1449, 2005
Lectins: tools for the molecular understanding of the glycocode
M Ambrosi, NR Cameron, BG Davis
Organic & biomolecular chemistry 3 (9), 1593-1608, 2005
High internal phase emulsions (HIPEs)—Structure, properties and use in polymer preparation
NR Cameron, DC Sherrington
Biopolymers liquid crystalline polymers phase emulsion, 163-214, 2005
Functional porous polymers by emulsion templating: recent advances
SD Kimmins, NR Cameron
Advanced Functional Materials 21 (2), 211-225, 2011
Morphology and surface area of emulsion-derived (PolyHIPE) solid foams prepared with oil-phase soluble porogenic solvents: Span 80 as surfactant
A Barbetta, NR Cameron
Macromolecules 37 (9), 3188-3201, 2004
Bio-inks for 3D bioprinting: recent advances and future prospects
I Donderwinkel, JCM Van Hest, NR Cameron
Polymer Chemistry 8 (31), 4451-4471, 2017
Study of the formation of the open-cellular morphology of poly (styrene/divinylbenzene) polyHIPE materials by cryo-SEM
NR Cameron, DC Sherrington, L Albiston, DP Gregory
Colloid and Polymer Science 274, 592-595, 1996
Culture of HepG2 liver cells on three dimensional polystyrene scaffolds enhances cell structure and function during toxicological challenge
M Bokhari, RJ Carnachan, NR Cameron, SA Przyborski
Journal of anatomy 211 (4), 567-576, 2007
Emulsion-derived foams (PolyHIPEs) containing poly (ε-caprolactone) as matrixes for tissue engineering
W Busby, NR Cameron, CAB Jahoda
Biomacromolecules 2 (1), 154-164, 2001
The relationship between the mechanical properties and cell behaviour on PLGA and PCL scaffolds for bladder tissue engineering
SC Baker, G Rohman, J Southgate, NR Cameron
Biomaterials 30 (7), 1321-1328, 2009
Recent advances in the synthesis of well‐defined glycopolymers
SG Spain, MI Gibson, NR Cameron
Journal of Polymer Science Part A: Polymer Chemistry 45 (11), 2059-2072, 2007
Tailoring the morphology of emulsion-templated porous polymers
RJ Carnachan, M Bokhari, SA Przyborski, NR Cameron
Soft Matter 2 (7), 608-616, 2006
‘Multicopy multivalent’glycopolymer-stabilized gold nanoparticles as potential synthetic cancer vaccines
AL Parry, NA Clemson, J Ellis, SSR Bernhard, BG Davis, NR Cameron
Journal of the American Chemical Society 135 (25), 9362-9365, 2013
Covalent enzyme immobilization onto photopolymerized highly porous monoliths
SJ Pierre, JC Thies, A Dureault, NR Cameron, JCM Van Hest, N Carette, ...
Advanced Materials 18 (14), 1822-1826, 2006
Morphology and surface area of emulsion-derived (PolyHIPE) solid foams prepared with oil-phase soluble porogenic solvents: Three-component surfactant system
A Barbetta, NR Cameron
Macromolecules 37 (9), 3202-3213, 2004
Growth of human stem cell-derived neurons on solid three-dimensional polymers
MW Hayman, KH Smith, NR Cameron, SA Przyborski
Journal of biochemical and biophysical methods 62 (3), 231-240, 2005
The influence of porogen type on the porosity, surface area and morphology of poly (divinylbenzene) PolyHIPE foams
NR Cameron, A Barbetta
Journal of Materials Chemistry 10 (11), 2466-2471, 2000
Biodegradable fumarate-based polyHIPEs as tissue engineering scaffolds
EM Christenson, W Soofi, JL Holm, NR Cameron, AG Mikos
Biomacromolecules 8 (12), 3806-3814, 2007
A spoonful of sugar: the application of glycopolymers in therapeutics
SG Spain, NR Cameron
Polymer Chemistry 2 (1), 60-68, 2011
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