Danielle Miles
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De novo designed positively charged tape-forming peptides: self-assembly and gelation in physiological solutions and their evaluation as 3D matrices for cell growth
S Maude, DE Miles, SH Felton, J Ingram, LM Carrick, RK Wilcox, ...
Soft matter 7 (18), 8085-8099, 2011
302011
Peptide: glycosaminoglycan hybrid hydrogels as an injectable intervention for spinal disc degeneration
DE Miles, EA Mitchell, N Kapur, PA Beales, RK Wilcox
Journal of Materials Chemistry B 4 (19), 3225-3231, 2016
142016
Self-assembling peptide and polysaccharide complexes
E Ingham, RK Wilcox, A Aggeli, DE Miles
US Patent 9,937,265, 2018
52018
Self-assembling peptide/glycosaminoglycan hydrogels for spinal therapies
DE Miles
University of leeds, 2012
22012
BIOMECHANICAL TESTING FOR THE IN VITRO TESTING OF INTERVERTEBRAL DISC NUCLEUS AUGMENTATION DEVICES
R Coe, J Warren, S Sikora, DE Miles, M Mengoni, RK Wilcox
Orthopaedic Proceedings 101 (SUPP_2), 4-4, 2019
12019
A BIOMIMETIC PEPTIDE/GLYCOSAMINOGLYCAN HYBRID HYDROGEL FOR NUCLEUS PULPOSUS AUGMENTATION THERAPY UTILIZING MINIMALLY INVASIVE METHODS
JP Warren, R Coe, S Sikora, DE Miles, P Beales, RK Wilcox
Orthopaedic Proceedings 101 (SUPP_2), 14-14, 2019
12019
Design of self-assembling peptide/glycosaminoglycan hydrogels for spinal therapies
DE Miles, E Mitchell, N Kapur, RK Wilcox, A Aggeli
JOURNAL OF TISSUE ENGINEERING AND REGENERATIVE MEDICINE 6, 40-40, 2012
12012
Self-assembling peptides as a new class o f medical device for regenerative medicine
D Miles, R Wilcox, A Aggeli
Self-Assembled Peptide Nanostructures: Advances and Applications i n …, 2012
12012
Examination of an in vitro methodology to evaluate the biomechanical performance of nucleus augmentation in axial compression
SNF Sikora, DE Miles, S Tarsuslugil, M Mengoni, RK Wilcox
Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part H: Journal of …, 2018
2018
Data Associated with paper titled: Peptide: glycosaminoglycan hybrid hydrogels as an injectable intervention for spinal disc degeneration.
D Miles, R Wilcox, P Beales
University of Leeds, 2016
2016
A POTENTIAL INJECTABLE MINIMALLY INVASIVE THERAPY BASED ON PEPTIDE/GLYCOSAMINOGLYCAN HYBRID HYDROGEL FOR NUCLEUS PULPOSUS AUGMENTATION
JP Warren, R Coe, S Sikora, DE Miles, P Beales, RK Wilcox
UK Society for Biomaterials, 18, 0
The potential of peptide/glycosaminoglycan hydrogels to satisfy the basic mechanical and leakage-resistant requirements for a nucleus replacement material
DE Miles
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