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Seasonal patterns in habitat use by the harvest mouse (Micromys minutus) and other small mammals.
(University of Nottingham, 2020-08-01)
This study sought to understand seasonal changes in population size and habitat use by harvest mice, and other small mammal species, by live trapping in reedbeds in Nottinghamshire, England, and three associated habitats ...
Immune Modulation by Design: Using Topography to Control Human Monocyte Attachment and Macrophage Differentiation
(The University of Nottingham, 2020-05-05)
Material topography is known to influence macrophage attachment and phenotype, providing opportunities for the rational design of ‘immune-instructive’ topographies to modulate macrophage function and thus foreign body ...
Developing immune-regulatory materials using immobilized monosaccharides with immune-instructive properties
(The University of Nottingham, 2020-10-13)
Dataset contains raw and processed data used for the creation of figures in publication "Developing immune-regulatory materials using immobilized monosaccharides with immune-instructive properties"
Designing topographically textured microparticles for induction and modulation of osteogenesis in mesenchymal stem cell engineering
(The University of Nottingham, 2020-11-05)
Dataset contains raw and processed data used for the creation of figures in publication entitled 'Designing topographically textured microparticles for induction and modulation of osteogenesis in mesenchymal stem cell engineering'
Data for Discovery of synergistic material-topography combinations to achieve immunomodulatory osteoinductive biomaterials using a novel in vitro screening method: The ChemoTopoChip
(The University of Nottingham, 2020-09-18)
Human mesenchymal stem cells (hMSCs) are widely represented in regenerative medicine clinical strategies due to their compatibility with autologous implantation. Effective bone regeneration involves crosstalk between ...
Measuring Mental Workload Variations in Office Work Tasks using fNIRS
(University of Nottingham, 2020-02-23)
Measuring mental workload levels using fNIRS in reading and writing tasks of different levels of difficulty, and the effect the interruptions had on the data.