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Peripheral nerve regeneration: experimental strategies and future perspectives
A Faroni, SA Mobasseri, PJ Kingham, AJ Reid
Advanced drug delivery reviews 82, 160-167, 2015
5352015
Negative pressure wound therapy for surgical wounds healing by primary closure
G Norman, C Shi, EL Goh, EMA Murphy, A Reid, L Chiverton, ...
Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews, 2022
2462022
Nerve repair with adipose-derived stem cells protects dorsal root ganglia neurons from apoptosis
AJ Reid, M Sun, M Wiberg, S Downes, G Terenghi, PJ Kingham
Neuroscience 199, 515-522, 2011
1522011
Long term peripheral nerve regeneration using a novel PCL nerve conduit
AJ Reid, AC de Luca, A Faroni, S Downes, M Sun, G Terenghi, ...
Neuroscience letters 544, 125-130, 2013
972013
Polymer scaffolds with preferential parallel grooves enhance nerve regeneration
A Mobasseri, A Faroni, BM Minogue, S Downes, G Terenghi, AJ Reid
Tissue Engineering Part A 21 (5-6), 1152-1162, 2015
862015
In vitro and in vivo testing of novel ultrathin PCL and PCL/PLA blend films as peripheral nerve conduit
M Sun, PJ Kingham, AJ Reid, SJ Armstrong, G Terenghi, S Downes
Journal of Biomedical Materials Research Part A: An Official Journal of Theá…, 2010
862010
Bioactive silk‐based nerve guidance conduits for augmenting peripheral nerve repair
A Magaz, A Faroni, JE Gough, AJ Reid, X Li, JJ Blaker
Advanced healthcare materials 7 (23), 1800308, 2018
772018
Adipose-derived stem cells: selecting for translational success
KS Johal, VC Lees, AJ Reid
Regenerative medicine 10 (1), 79-96, 2015
712015
Adipose-derived stem cells and nerve regeneration: promises and pitfalls
A Faroni, G Terenghi, AJ Reid
International review of neurobiology 108, 121-136, 2013
712013
Human Schwann‐like cells derived from adipose‐derived mesenchymal stem cells rapidly de‐differentiate in the absence of stimulating medium
A Faroni, RJP Smith, L Lu, AJ Reid
European Journal of Neuroscience 43 (3), 417-430, 2016
672016
Dorsal root ganglia neurons and differentiated adipose-derived stem cells: an in vitro co-culture model to study peripheral nerve regeneration
AC De Luca, A Faroni, AJ Reid
JoVE (Journal of Visualized Experiments), e52543, 2015
582015
Plastic surgery in the press
AJ Reid, PSC Malone
Journal of plastic, reconstructive & aesthetic surgery 61 (8), 866-869, 2008
502008
N-acetylcysteine alters apoptotic gene expression in axotomised primary sensory afferent subpopulations
AJ Reid, SG Shawcross, AE Hamilton, M Wiberg, G Terenghi
Neuroscience research 65 (2), 148-155, 2009
482009
Gene expression changes in dorsal root ganglia following peripheral nerve injury: roles in inflammation, cell death and nociception
SL Martin, AJ Reid, A Verkhratsky, V Magnaghi, A Faroni
Neural regeneration research 14 (6), 939, 2019
412019
Adipose derived stem cells and nerve regeneration
A Faroni, RJP Smith, AJ Reid
Neural Regeneration Research 9 (14), 1341, 2014
412014
Pak2 as a novel therapeutic target for cardioprotective endoplasmic reticulum stress response
P Binder, S Wang, M Radu, M Zin, L Collins, S Khan, Y Li, K Sekeres, ...
Circulation research 124 (5), 696-711, 2019
352019
Purinergic signaling mediated by P2X7 receptors controls myelination in sciatic nerves
A Faroni, RJP Smith, P Procacci, LF Castelnovo, E Puccianti, AJ Reid, ...
Journal of neuroscience research 92 (10), 1259-1269, 2014
292014
Peripherin and ATF3 genes are differentially regulated in regenerating and non-regenerating primary sensory neurons
AJ Reid, D Welin, M Wiberg, G Terenghi, LN Novikov
Brain research 1310, 1-7, 2010
292010
Improving the glial differentiation of human Schwann-like adipose-derived stem cells with graphene oxide substrates
AF Verre, A Faroni, M Iliut, C Silva, C Muryn, AJ Reid, A Vijayaraghavan
Interface Focus 8 (3), 20180002, 2018
242018
Use of a modified BAPRAS Delphi process for research priority setting in plastic surgery in the UK
J Henderson, A Reid, A Jain
Journal of Plastic, Reconstructive & Aesthetic Surgery 71 (12), 1679-1681, 2018
222018
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