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Anastassia Kostenko
Dr Steve Swioklo
Professor Che Connon
Alginate in corneal tissue engineering2022
Anastassia Kostenko
Dr Steve Swioklo
Professor Che Connon
Effect of Calcium Sulphate Pre-crosslinking on Rheological Parameters of Alginate Based Bio-Inks and on Human Corneal Stromal Fibroblast Survival in 3D Bio-Printed Constructs2022
Professor Che Connon
Biomechanical modulation therapy—a stem cell therapy without stem cells for the treatment of severe ocular burns2020
Olla Al-Jaibaji
Dr Steve Swioklo
Professor Francisco Figueiredo
Professor Che Connon
Hypothermically stored adipose-derived mesenchymal stromal cell alginate bandages facilitate use of paracrine molecules for corneal wound healing2020
Dr Jila Ajeian
Laura Duffy
Dr Martina Miotto
Professor Che Connon
Scale-Up Technologies for the Manufacture of Adherent Cells2020
Martina Miotto
Dr Ricardo Martins Gouveia
Professor Francisco Figueiredo
Professor Che Connon
4D Corneal Tissue Engineering: Achieving Time-Dependent Tissue Self-Curvature through Localized Control of Cell Actuators2019
Dr Ricardo Martins Gouveia
Professor Che Connon
Assessment of corneal substrate biomechanics and its effect on epithelial stem cell maintenance and differentiation2019
Professor Che Connon
Dr Ricardo Martins Gouveia
Autogenous Biofabrication of Nativelike, Scaffold-Free Human Skin Equivalents Using a Smart, Enzyme-Degradable Tissue Templating Coating2019
Thomas Volatier
Professor Francisco Figueiredo
Professor Che Connon
Keratoconus at a Molecular Level: A Review2019
Olla Al-Jaibaji
Dr Steve Swioklo
Professor Che Connon
Mesenchymal stromal cells for ocular surface repair2019
Dr Ricardo Martins Gouveia
Flora Vajda
Jason Wibowo
Professor Francisco Figueiredo
Professor Che Connon
et al.
YAP, ΔNp63, and β-Catenin Signaling Pathways Are Involved in the Modulation of Corneal Epithelial Stem Cell Phenotype Induced by Substrate Stiffness2019
Abi Isaacson
Dr Steve Swioklo
Professor Che Connon
3D bioprinting of a corneal stroma equivalent2018
Olla Al-Jaibaji
Dr Steve Swioklo
Professor Francisco Figueiredo
Professor Che Connon
Alginate encapsulated multipotent adult progenitor cells promote corneal stromal cell activation via release of soluble factors2018
Professor Che Connon
Tissuepatch is biocompatible and seals iatrogenic membrane defects in a rabbit model2018
Dr Ricardo Martins Gouveia
Professor Che Connon
Controlling the 3D architecture of Self-Lifting Auto-generated Tissue Equivalents (SLATEs) for optimized corneal graft composition and stability2017
Martina Miotto
Dr Ricardo Martins Gouveia
Professor Francisco Figueiredo
Professor Che Connon
Developing a Continuous Bioprocessing Approach to Stromal Cell Manufacture2017
Martina Miotto
Professor Francisco Figueiredo
Professor Che Connon
Developing a Continuous Bioprocessing Approach to Stromal Cell Manufacture2017
Dr Gustavo Figueiredo
Dr Sanja Bojic
Professor Che Connon
Dr Ricardo Martins Gouveia
Professor Francisco Figueiredo
et al.
Gamma-irradiated human amniotic membrane decellularised with sodium dodecylsulfate is a more efficient substrate for the ex vivo expansion of limbal stem cells2017
Dr Stephen Swioklo
Professor Che Connon
Hybrid membrane biomaterials from self-assembly in polysaccharide and peptide amphiphile mixtures: controllable structural and mechanical properties and antimicrobial activity2017
Professor Che Connon
Preservation and stability of cell therapy products: Recommendations from an expert workshop2017
Dr Stephen Swioklo
Professor Che Connon
Process parameters for the high-scale production of alginate-encapsulated stem cells for storage and distribution throughout the cell therapy supply chain2017
Dr Stephen Swioklo
Professor Che Connon
Short-term Storage of Cells for Application in Cell-based Therapies2017
Dr Ricardo Martins Gouveia
Professor Francisco Figueiredo
Professor Che Connon
Template Curvature Influences Cell Alignment to Create Improved Human Corneal Tissue Equivalents2017
Dr Ricardo Martins Gouveia
Professor Che Connon
A self-assembling fluorescent dipeptide conjugate for cell labelling2016
Dr Stephen Swioklo
Dr Andrei Constantinescu
Professor Che Connon
Alginate-Encapsulation for the Improved Hypothermic Preservation of Human Adipose-Derived Stem Cells2016
Dr Ricardo Martins Gouveia
Dr Ana Gouveia Gil
Professor Che Connon
Assessing corneal biomechanics with Brillouin spectro-microscopy2016
Dr Ricardo Martins Gouveia
Professor Che Connon
Collagen scaffolds for corneal regeneration2016
Dr Stephen Swioklo
Professor Che Connon
Keeping cells in their place: the future of stem cell encapsulation2016
Dr Ricardo Martins Gouveia
Professor Che Connon
Application of retinoic acid improves form and function of tissue engineered corneal construct2015
Professor Che Connon
Approaches to Corneal Tissue Engineering: Top-down or Bottom-up?2015
Dr Ricardo Martins Gouveia
Professor Che Connon
Bio-fabrication and physiological self-release of tissue equivalents using smart peptide amphiphile templates2015
Professor Che Connon
For an up to date list of my publications please use Google Scholar2015
Dr Ricardo Martins Gouveia
Professor Che Connon
Low-glucose enhances keratocyte-characteristic phenotype from corneal stromal cells in serum-free conditions2015
Professor Che Connon
Dr Ricardo Martins Gouveia
Low-glucose Enhances Keratocyte-characteristic Phenotype from Corneal Stromal Cells in Serum-free Conditions2015
Dr Ricardo Martins Gouveia
Professor Che Connon
New Self-Assembling Multifunctional Templates for the Biofabrication and Controlled Self-Release of Cultured Tissue2015
Martina Miotto
Dr Ricardo Martins Gouveia
Professor Che Connon
Peptide Amphiphiles in Corneal Tissue Engineering2015
Merlin Walter
Professor Che Connon
Self-Assembled Arginine-Capped Peptide Bolaamphiphile Nanosheets for Cell Culture and Controlled Wettability Surfaces2015
Merlin Walter
Professor Che Connon
Self-Assembly and Collagen-Stimulating Activity of a Peptide Amphiphile Incorporating a Peptide Sequence from Lumican2015
Dr Ricardo Martins Gouveia
Professor Che Connon
Self-assembly of a dual functional bioactive peptide amphiphile incorporating both matrix metalloprotease substrate and cell adhesion motifs2015
Merlin Walter
Professor Che Connon
Supra-molecular assembly of a lumican-derived peptide amphiphile enhances its collagen-stimulating activity2015
Dr Ricardo Martins Gouveia
Professor Che Connon
Alanine-rich amphiphilic peptide containing the RGD cell adhesion motif: a coating material for human fibroblast attachment and culture2014
Dr Ricardo Martins Gouveia
Professor Che Connon
Differential nuclear expression of Yap in basal epithelial cells across the cornea and substrates of differing stiffness2014
Dr Ricardo Martins Gouveia
Professor Che Connon
Influence of elastase on alanine-rich peptide hydrogels2014
Professor Che Connon
Oxidised alginate hydrogels as niche environments for corneal epithelial cells2014
Dr Ricardo Martins Gouveia
Professor Che Connon
The bioactivity of composite Fmoc-RGDS-collagen gels2014
Professor Che Connon
In vivo study of the biocompatibility of a novel compressed collagen hydrogel scaffold for artificial corneas2013
Professor Che Connon
A novel alternative to Cryopreservation for the Short-Term Storage of Stem Cells for Use in Cell Therapy Using Alginate Encapsulation2013
Dr Ricardo Martins Gouveia
Professor Che Connon
Bioactive films produced from self-assembling peptide amphiphiles as versatile substrates for tuning cell adhesion and tissue architecture in serum-free conditions2013
Professor Che Connon
Collagen Stimulating Effect of Peptide Amphiphile C16–KTTKS on Human Fibroblasts2013
Professor Che Connon
Cyclodextrin-Mediated Enhancement of Riboflavin Solubility and Corneal Permeability2013
Dr Ricardo Martins Gouveia
Professor Che Connon
New RGD-Peptide Amphiphile Mixtures Containing a Negatively Charged Diluent2013
Dr Ricardo Martins Gouveia
Professor Che Connon
Self-Assembly and Bioactivity of a Polymer/Peptide Conjugate Containing the RGD Cell Adhesion Motif and PEG2013
Dr Ricardo Martins Gouveia
Professor Che Connon
The effects of retinoic acid on human corneal stromal keratocytes cultured in vitro under serum-free conditions2013
Professor Che Connon
The Secretome of Alginate-Encapsulated Limbal Epithelial Stem Cells Modulates Corneal Epithelial Cell Proliferation2013
Professor Che Connon
Towards the use of hydrogels in the treatment of limbal stem cell deficiency2013
Professor Che Connon
A flow system for the on-line quantitative measurement of the retention of dosage forms on biological surfaces using spectroscopy and image analysis2012
Professor Che Connon
Enhanced viability of corneal epithelial cells for efficient transport/storage using a structurally-modified calcium alginate hydrogel2012
Professor Che Connon
Ex vivo expansion of limbal stem cells is affected by substrate properties2012
Professor Che Connon
Influence of substrate on corneal epithelial cell viability within ocular surface models2012
Professor Che Connon
Self-Assembly of a Peptide Amphiphile Containing L-Carnosine and Its Mixtures with a Multilamellar Vesicle Forming Lipid2012
Professor Che Connon
Slow-Release RGD-Peptide Hydrogel Monoliths2012
Professor Che Connon
The mechanical properties of amniotic membrane influence its effect as a biomaterial for ocular surface repair2012
Professor Che Connon
Tissue engineering a fetal membrane2012
Professor Che Connon
Investigation of K14/K5 as a Stem Cell Marker in the Limbal Region of the Bovine Cornea2010
Professor Che Connon
The Biomechanics of Amnion Rupture: An X-Ray Diffraction Study2007