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Dr John Finlay
Professor Tony Clare
Amphiphilic marine coating systems of self-stratified PDMS-PEG surfaces with an epoxy-polyurethane matrix2022
Dr Robert Cleverley
David Webb
Stuart Middlemiss
Professor Tony Clare
Professor Colin Harwood
et al.
Correction to: In Vitro Oxidative Crosslinking of Recombinant Barnacle Cyprid Cement Gland Proteins (Marine Biotechnology, (2021), 23, 6, (928-942), 10.1007/s10126-021-10076-x)2022
Dr John Finlay
Professor Tony Clare
Enabling tunable water-responsive surface adaptation of PDMS via metal-ligand coordinated dynamic networks2022
Paul Whitworth
Dr Nick Aldred
Professor Tony Clare
Importance of Duration, Duty-Cycling and Thresholds for the Implementation of Ultraviolet C in Marine Biofouling Control2022
Dr John Finlay
Jessica Clarke
Professor Tony Clare
Investigation of N-substituted morpholine structures in an amphiphilic PDMS-based antifouling and fouling-release coating2022
Dr Nick Aldred
Dr John Finlay
Professor Tony Clare
Amphiphilic nitroxide-bearing siloxane-based copolymer coatings for enhanced marine fouling release2021
Dr John Finlay
Professor Tony Clare
Anti-biofouling properties of poly(dimethyl siloxane) with RAFT photopolymerized acrylate/methacrylate surface grafts against model marine organisms2021
Dr John Finlay
Professor Tony Clare
Critical Amphiphilic Concentration: Effect of the Extent of Amphiphilicity on Marine Fouling-Release Performance2021
Professor Tony Clare
Effect of multilayer termination on nonspecific protein adsorption and antifouling performance of alginate-based layer-by-layer coatings2021
Dr Robert Cleverley
Stuart Middlemiss
Professor Tony Clare
Professor Colin Harwood
Dr Nicholas Aldred
et al.
In vitro oxidative crosslinking of recombinant barnacle cyprid cement gland proteins2021
Professor Tony Clare
Layer-by-Layer Deposited Hybrid Polymer Coatings Based on Polysaccharides and Zwitterionic Silanes with Marine Antifouling Properties2021
Dr John Finlay
Professor Tony Clare
Low Fouling Polysulfobetaines with Variable Hydrophobic Content2021
Dr John Finlay
Professor Tony Clare
Surface modifying amphiphilic additives and their effect on fouling-release performance in siloxane-polyurethane coatings2021
Dr John Finlay
Professor Tony Clare
Amphiphilic zwitterionic-PDMS-based surface-modifying additives to tune fouling-release of siloxane-polyurethane marine coatings2020
Joshua Raine
Dr Nick Aldred
Professor Tony Clare
Anatomy and Ultrastructure of the Cyprid Temporary Adhesive System in Two Species of Acorn Barnacle2020
Professor Tony Clare
Announcing the 2020 JMSE travel awards for postdoctoral researchers and Ph.D. students2020
Dr Nicholas Aldred
Dr Kaveh Emami
Professor Tony Clare
Chitin is a functional component of the larval adhesive of barnacles2020
Dr John Finlay
Professor Tony Clare
Degradable hyaluronic acid/chitosan polyelectrolyte multilayers with marine fouling-release properties2020
Jessica Clarke
Dr John Finlay
Professor Tony Clare
Effect of dipole orientation in mixed, charge-equilibrated self-assembled monolayers on protein adsorption and marine biofouling2020
Professor Tony Clare
Effects of crosslink density in zwitterionic hydrogel coatings on their antifouling performance and susceptibility to silt uptake2020
Dr John Finlay
Dr Sofia Franco
Professor Tony Clare
Engineered chemical nanotopographies: reversible addition-fragmentation chain-transfer mediated grafting of anisotropic poly(acrylamide) patterns on poly(dimethylsiloxane) to modulate marine biofouling2020
Dr Serkan Turkmen
Professor Mehmet Atlar
Irma Yeginbayeva
Dr Simon Benson
Dr John Finlay
et al.
Frictional drag measurements of large-scale plates in an enhanced, plane channel, flowcell2020
Dr Antonio Ruiz-Sanchez
Dr Andrew Guerin
Dr Osama El-Zubir
Dr Gema Dura
Dr Claudia Ventura
et al.
Preparation and evaluation of fouling-release properties of amphiphilic perfluoropolyether-zwitterion cross-linked polymer films2020
Jessica Clarke
Dr Nick Aldred
Dr John Finlay
Professor Tony Clare
Sol-gel-based hybrid materials as antifouling and fouling-release coatings for marine applications2020
Dr Nicholas Aldred
Professor Tony Clare
Synthesis of novel sulfobetaine polymers with differing dipole orientations in their side chains, and their effects on the antifouling properties2020
Dr John Finlay
Professor Tony Clare
α-Aminoisobutyric acid stabilized peptide SAMs with low nonspecific protein absorption and resistance against marine biofouling2020
Professor Tony Clare
Announcing the 2019 JMSE travel awards for postdoctoral researchers and Ph.D students.2019
Dr Andrew Guerin
Professor Tony Clare
Antifouling and Fouling-Release Performance of Photo-Embossed Fluorogel Elastomers2019
Dr John Finlay
Jessica Clarke
Professor Tony Clare
Antifouling Properties of Dendritic Polyglycerols against Marine Macrofouling Organisms2019
Dr Nicholas Aldred
Professor Tony Clare
Correlative assays of barnacle cyprid behaviour for the laboratory evaluation of antifouling coatings: A study of surface energy components2019
Dr Cheng Chin
Professor Tony Clare
Intelligent fouling detection system using Haar-like cascade classifier with neural networks2019
Dr John Finlay
Jessica Clarke
Professor Tony Clare
Layer-by-layer constructed hyaluronic acid/chitosan multilayers as antifouling and fouling-release coatings2019
Jessica Clarke
Dr John Finlay
Professor Tony Clare
Low-Fouling Thin Hydrogel Coatings Made of Photo-Cross-Linked Polyzwitterions2019
Jan Kardela
Dr Nicholas Aldred
Professor Tony Clare
Nonfreezable Water and Polymer Swelling Control the Marine Antifouling Performance of Polymers with Limited Hydrophilic Content2019
Jessica Clarke
Dr John Finlay
Professor Tony Clare
The role of hydrogen bonding in peptoid-based marine antifouling coatings2019
Guang Gao
Professor Tony Clare
Dr Craig Rose
Dr Gary Caldwell
Ulva rigida in the future ocean: potential for carbon capture, bioremediation, and biomethane production2018
Dr John Finlay
Professor Tony Clare
Amphiphilic Alginates for Marine Antifouling Applications2018
Professor Tony Clare
Announcing the 2018 JMSE travel awards for postdoctoral researchers and Ph.D. students2018
Professor Tony Clare
Approaches to next-generation marine antifouling control2018
Dr Andrew Guerin
Professor Tony Clare
Drag-reducing riblets with fouling-release properties: development and testing2018
Guang Gao
Professor Tony Clare
Eleni Chatzidimitriou
Dr Craig Rose
Dr Gary Caldwell
et al.
Effects of ocean warming and acidification, combined with nutrient enrichment, on chemical composition and functional properties of Ulva rigida2018
Dr John Finlay
Charlotte Anderson
Professor Tony Clare
Fouling-Release Properties of Dendritic Polyglycerols against Marine Diatoms2018
Dr Andrew Guerin
Professor Tony Clare
Mini-review: effect sizes and meta-analysis for antifouling research2018
Dr Nicholas Aldred
Dr Ahmad Alsaab
Professor Tony Clare
Quantitative analysis of the complete larval settlement process confirms Crisp's model of surface selectivity by barnacles2018
Dr Ahmad Alsaab
Dr Nicholas Aldred
Professor Tony Clare
Automated tracking and classification of the settlement behaviour of barnacle cyprids2017
Dr Sofia Franco
Dr Nicholas Aldred
Professor Tony Clare
Effects of culture conditions on larval growth and survival of stalked barnacles (Pollicipes pollicipes)2017
Guang Gao
Professor Tony Clare
Dr Craig Rose
Dr Gary Caldwell
Eutrophication and warming-driven green tides (Ulva rigida) are predicted to increase under future climate change scenarios2017
Dr Cheng Chin
Professor Tony Clare
Intelligent Fouling Detection System using Haar-like Cascade Classifier with Neural Networks2017
Dr Cheng Chin
Professor Tony Clare
Intelligent Image Recognition System for Marine Fouling using Softmax Transfer Learning and Deep Convolutional Neural Networks2017
Guang Gao
Professor Tony Clare
Dr Craig Rose
Dr Gary Caldwell
Intrinsic and extrinsic control of reproduction in the green tide-forming alga, Ulva rigida2017
Dr John Finlay
Dr Sofia Franco
Professor Tony Clare
Marine anti-biofouling efficacy of amphiphilic poly(coacrylate) grafted PDMSe: effect of graft molecular weight2017
Dr Andrew Guerin
Dr Osama El-Zubir
Dr Antonio Ruiz-Sanchez
Dr Luke Dixon
Professor Andrew Houlton
et al.
Marine antifouling performance of polymer coatings incorporating zwitterions2017
Dr John Finlay
Dr Nicholas Aldred
Professor Tony Clare
Multivariate analysis of attachment of biofouling organisms in response to material surface characteristics2017
Guang Gao
Professor Tony Clare
Dr Craig Rose
Dr Gary Caldwell
Non-cryogenic preservation of thalli, germlings, and gametes of the green seaweed Ulva rigida2017
Dr John Finlay
Professor Tony Clare
Oligopeptide-modified hydrophobic and hydrophilic polymers as antifouling coatings2017
Dr John Finlay
Dr Sofia Franco
Professor Tony Clare
Poly(ethylene) glycol-modified, amphiphilic, siloxane–polyurethane coatings and their performance as fouling-release surfaces2017
Guang Gao
Professor Tony Clare
Dr Craig Rose
Dr Gary Caldwell
Reproductive sterility increases the capacity to exploit the green seaweed Ulva rigida for commercial applications2017
Dr John Finlay
Dr Sofia Franco
Professor Tony Clare
Role of backbone chemistry and monomer sequence in amphiphilic oligopeptide- and oligopeptoid-functionalized PDMS- and PEO-based block copolymers for marine antifouling and fouling release coatings2017
Dr John Finlay
Dr Sofia Franco
Professor Tony Clare
Attachment of algal cells to zwitterionic self-assembled monolayers comprised of different anionic compounds2016
Professor Tony Clare
Charged hydrophilic polymer brushes and their relevance for understanding marine biofouling2016
Dr John Finlay
Professor Tony Clare
Effects of surface-active block copolymers with oxyethylene and fluoroalkyl side chains on the antifouling performance of silicone-based films2016
Dr John Finlay
Dr Sofia Franco
Professor Tony Clare
Fouling-Release Performance of Silicone Oil-Modified Siloxane-Polyurethane Coatings2016
Dr Nicholas Aldred
Professor Tony Clare
Imaging SPR combined with stereoscopic 3D tracking to study barnacle cyprid-surface interactions2016
Dr Nicholas Aldred
Professor Tony Clare
In vivo and in situ synchotron radiation based µ-XRF reveals elemental distributions during the early attachment phase of barnacle larvae and juvenile barnacles2016
Dr Cheng Chin
Professor Tony Clare
Interactive Vision-based Intelligent System for Active Macfouling and Microfouling Detection on Hull2016
Dr Sofia Franco
Dr Nicholas Aldred
Professor Tony Clare
Modulation of gregarious settlement of the stalked barnacle, Pollicipes pollicipes: a laboratory study2016
Dr Nicholas Aldred
Professor Tony Clare
Dr John Finlay
Resistance of amphiphilic polysaccharides against marine fouling organisms2016
Helen Graham
Emeritus Professor Matt Bentley
Professor Tony Clare
Dr Gary Caldwell
Sperm motility and fertilisation success in an acidified and hypoxic environment2016
Dr John Finlay
Dr Sofia Franco
Professor Tony Clare
The performance of hybrid titania/silica-derived xerogels as active antifouling/fouling-release surfaces against the marine alga Ulva linza: in situ generation of hypohalous acids2016
Dr Nicholas Aldred
Dr Kaveh Emami
Professor Tony Clare
Chemistry-specific surface adsorption of the barnacle settlement-inducing protein complex2015
Dr Nicholas Aldred
Professor Tony Clare
Classification of the pre-settlement behaviour of barnacle cyprids2015
Dr Sofia Franco
Dr Nicholas Aldred
Professor Tony Clare
Stalked Barnacles Hold Aquaculture Potential, But Face Bottlenecks2015
Dr Sofia Franco
Dr Nicholas Aldred
Professor Tony Clare
The effects of rearing temperature on reproductive conditioning of stalked barnacles (Pollicipes pollicipes)2015
Professor Tony Clare
Barnacle cyprid motility and distribution in the water column as an indicator of the settlement-inhibiting potential of nontoxic antifouling chemistries2014
Dr Nicholas Aldred
Professor Tony Clare
Correlation between surface chemistry and settlement behaviour in barnacle cyprids (Balanus improvisus)2014
Sheelagh Conlan
Professor Tony Clare
Efficacy testing of nonbiocidal and fouling-release coatings2014
Professor Tony Clare
Egg mass ventilation by caridean shrimp: similarities to other decapods and insight into pheromone receptor location.2014
Dr Sofia Franco
Dr Nicholas Aldred
Professor Tony Clare
Larval release of stalked barnacles (Pollicipes pollicipes) in culture: diel release times and the effect of conditioning2014
Dr Nicholas Aldred
Professor Tony Clare
Mini-review: Impact and dynamics of surface fouling by solitary and compound ascidians2014
Dr Nicholas Aldred
Professor Tony Clare
Synergistic roles for lipids and proteins in the permanent adhesive of barnacle larvae2014
Professor Tony Clare
A new open access Journal of Marine Science and Engineering2013
Dr Nicholas Aldred
Professor Tony Clare
Analysis of the behaviours mediating barnacle cyprid reversible adhesion2013
Dr Nicholas Aldred
Professor Tony Clare
Confocal microscopy-based goniometry of barnacle cyprid permanent adhesive2013
Dr Regina Gabilondo Toscano
Helen Graham
Dr Gary Caldwell
Professor Tony Clare
Laboratory culture and evaluation of the tubeworm Ficopomatus enigmaticus for biofouling studies2013
Dr Nicholas Aldred
Professor Tony Clare
Probing biofouling resistant polymer brush surfaces by atomic force microscopy based force microscopy2013
Dr Gary Caldwell
Professor Tony Clare
Professor Robert Upstill-Goddard
Emeritus Professor Matt Bentley
Response of copepods to elevated pCO2 and environmental copper as co-stressors – a multigenerational study2013
Alessio Di Fino
Professor Tony Clare
Slippery Liquid-Infused Porous Surfaces Showing Marine Antibiofouling Properties2013
Sheelagh Conlan
Professor Tony Clare
Dr Carlos Werner
Active enzyme nanocoatings affect settlement of Balanus amphitrite barnacle cyprids2012
Tristano Bacchetti De Gregoris
Professor Ehsan Mesbahi
Professor Grant Burgess
Professor Tony Clare
Characterisation of the bacteria associated with barnacle, Balanus amphitrite, shell and their role in gregarious settlement of cypris larvae2012
Dr Nicholas Aldred
Professor Tony Clare
Metamorphosis in the cirripede crustacean Balanus amphitrite2012
Dr Nicholas Aldred
Professor Tony Clare
Observations on the settlement and cementation of barnacle (Balanus amphitrite) cyprid larvae after artificial exposure to noradrenaline and the locations of adrenergic-like receptors2012
Susan Fitzer
Dr Gary Caldwell
Dr Andrew Close
Professor Tony Clare
Professor Robert Upstill-Goddard
et al.
Ocean acidification induces multi-generational decline in copepod naupliar production with possible conflict for reproductive resource allocation2012
Sheelagh Conlan
Professor Tony Clare
Poly(dimethyl siloxane) network blends of amphiphilic acrylic copolymers with poly(ethylene glycol)-fluoroalkyl side chains for fouling-release coatings. II. Laboratory assays and field immersion trials2012
Dr Gary Caldwell
Professor Tony Clare
Sperm activation in acorn barnacles by elevation of seawater pH2012
Helen Pagett
Dr Jon Marles-Wright
Professor Rick Lewis
Professor Robin Harris
Dr Gary Caldwell
et al.
Structural characterisation of the N-glycan moiety of the barnacle settlement-inducing protein complex (SIPC)2012
Dr Nicholas Aldred
Professor Tony Clare
Targeted surface nanocomplexity: Two-dimensional control over the composition, physical properties and anti-biofouling performance of hyperbranched fluoropolymer - poly(ethylene glycol) amphiphilic crosslinked networks2012
Alessio Di Fino
Dr Nicholas Aldred
Professor Tony Clare
Three dimensional tracking of exploratory behavior of barnacle cyprids using stereoscopy2012
Susan Fitzer
Dr Gary Caldwell
Professor Tony Clare
Professor Robert Upstill-Goddard
Emeritus Professor Matt Bentley
et al.
Visualisation of the copepod female reproductive system using confocal laser scanning microscopy and two-photon microscopy2012
Tristano Bacchetti De Gregoris
Professor Grant Burgess
Professor Tony Clare
Deep sequencing of naupliar-, cyprid- and adult-specific normalised Expressed Sequence Tag (EST) libraries of the acorn barnacle Balanus amphitrite2011
Dr Nicholas Aldred
Professor Tony Clare
Effects of surface charge and Gibbs surface energy on the settlement behaviour of barnacle cyprids (Balanus amphitrite)2011
Tristano Bacchetti De Gregoris
Dr Nicholas Aldred
Professor Tony Clare
Professor Grant Burgess
Improvement of phylum- and class-specific primers for real-time PCR of bacterial taxa2011
Dr Nicholas Aldred
Professor Tony Clare
Real-Time Quantification of Microscale Bioadhesion Events In situ Using Imaging Surface Plasmon Resonance (iSPR)2011
Sheelagh Conlan
Robert Mutton
Professor Tony Clare
Resistance of galactoside-terminated alkanethiol self-assembled monolayers to marine fouling organisms2011
Sheelagh Conlan
Robert Mutton
Professor Tony Clare
Saccharide-functionalized alkanethiols for fouling-resistant self-assembled monolayers: Synthesis, monolayer properties and anti-fouling behaviour2011
Professor Tony Clare
Toward a characterization of the chemical cue to barnacle gregariousness2011
Sheelagh Conlan
Dr Nicholas Aldred
Professor Tony Clare
Video observation of surface exploration in cyprids of Balanus amphitrite: the movements of antennular sensory setae2011
Dr Nicholas Aldred
Professor Tony Clare
Atomic force microscopy of the morphology and mechanical behaviour of barnacle cyprid footprint proteins at the nanoscale2010
Dr Nicholas Aldred
Andreia Cavaco Cavaco
Professor Tony Clare
Attachment strength is a key factor in the selection of surfaces by barnacle cyprids (Balanus amphitrite) during settlement2010
Peter Elbourne
Professor Tony Clare
Ecological relevance of a conspecific, waterborne settlement cue in Balanus amphitrite (Cirripedia)2010
Dr Nicholas Aldred
Professor Tony Clare
Modulation of barnacle (Balanus amphitrite Darwin) cyprid settlement behavior by sulfobetaine and carboxybetaine methacrylate polymer coatings2010
Andreia Cavaco Cavaco
Dr Nicholas Aldred
Professor Tony Clare
In Situ Imaging of Barnacle (Balanus amphitrite) Cyprid Cement Using Confocal Raman Microscopy2009
Dr Nicholas Aldred
Professor Tony Clare
Chemistry-Specific Interfacial Forces Between Barnacle (Semibalanus balanoides) Cyprid Footprint Proteins and Chemically Functionalised AFM Tips2009
Dr Susanne Jensen
Dr Huitu Wang
Dr Clare Lanyon
Professor Anthony O'Donnell
Professor Tony Clare
et al.
Consensus Multivariate methods in Gas Chromatographic Mass Spectrometry and Denaturing Gradient Gel Electrophoresis: MHC-congenic and other strains of mice can be classified according to the profiles of volatiles and microflora in their scent-marks2009
Professor Grant Burgess
Professor Tony Clare
Construction of an adult barnacle (Balanus amphitrite) cDNA library and selection of reference genes for quantitative RT-PCR studies2009
Sheelagh Conlan
Robert Mutton
Professor Tony Clare
Fluorinated/siloxane copolymer blends for fouling release: chemical characterisation and biological evaluation with algae and barnacles2009
Professor Tony Clare
Dr Claire Hellio
Natural marine products with antifouling activities2009
Dr Nicholas Aldred
Professor Tony Clare
Novel application of imaging surface plasmon resonance for in situ studies of the surface exploration of marine organisms2009
Sheelagh Conlan
Professor Tony Clare
Resistance of Polysaccharide Coatings to Proteins, Hematopoietic Cells, and Marine Organisms2009
Professor Tony Clare
Dr Nicholas Aldred
Surface colonisation by marine organisms and its impact on antifouling research2009
Professor Tony Clare
Balanus amphitrite or Amphibalanus amphitrite? A note on barnacle nomenclature2008
Dr Claire Hellio
Professor Tony Clare
Antifouling activity of meroditerpenoids from the marine brown alga halidrys siliquosa2008
Sheelagh Conlan
Robert Mutton
Dr Nicholas Aldred
Professor Tony Clare
Evaluation of a fully automated method to measure the critical removal stress of adult barnacles2008
Dr Sergey Savelev
Sanjay Antony-Babu
Dr Craig Roberts
Dr Huitu Wang
Professor Tony Clare
et al.
Individual variation in 3-methylbutanal: A putative link between human leukocyte antigen and skin microflora2008
Peter Elbourne
Robert Veater
Professor Tony Clare
Interaction of conspecific cues in Balanus amphitrite Darwin (Cirripedia) settlement assays: Continued argument for the single-larva assay2008
Sheelagh Conlan
Professor Tony Clare
Myrrh-derived terpenoids as inhibitors of marine biofouling2008
Sheelagh Conlan
Robert Mutton
Professor Tony Clare
Poly(ethylene glycol)-Containing Hydrogel Surfaces for Antifouling Applications in Marine and Freshwater Environments2008
Sheelagh Conlan
Robert Mutton
Professor Tony Clare
Preparation and characterisation of silicone-based coatings filled with carbon nanotubes and natural sepiolite and their application as marine fouling-release coatings2008
Dr Nicholas Aldred
Professor Tony Clare
The adhesive strategies of cyprids and development of barnacle-resistant marine coatings2008
Dr Nicholas Aldred
Sheelagh Conlan
Professor Tony Clare
The effects of a serine protease, Alcalase (R), on the adhesives of barnacle cyprids (Balanus amphitrite)2008
Dr Nicholas Aldred
Professor Tony Clare
Towards a nanomechanical basis for temporary adhesion in barnacle cyprids (Semibalanus balanoides)2008
Dr Nicholas Aldred
Professor Tony Clare
Effective marine antifouling coatings – studying barnacle cyprid adhesion with atomic force microscopy.2007
Dr Jean-Philippe Marechal
Dr Claire Hellio
Professor Tony Clare
Evaluation of the activity of the sponge metabolites avarol and avarone and their synthetic derivatives against fouling micro- and macroorganisms2007
Dr Catherine Dreanno
Professor Tony Clare
Involvement of the barnacle settlement-inducing protein complex (SIPC) in species recognition at settlement2007
Dr Nicholas Aldred
Professor Tony Clare
Species-specific engineered antifouling topographies: correlations between the settlement of algal zoospores and barnacle cyprids2007
Dr Nicholas Aldred
Professor Tony Clare
Tensile and dynamic mechanical analysis of the distal portion of mussel (Mytilus edulis) byssal threads2007
Dr Nicholas Aldred
Professor Tony Clare
An in situ study of the nanomechanical properties of barnacle (Balanus amphitrite) cyprid cement using atomic force microscopy (AFM)2006
Dr Catherine Dreanno
Dr Kityotaka Matsumura
Professor Tony Clare
An α2-macroglobulin-like protein is the cue to gregarious settlement of the barnacle Balanus amphitrite2006
Professor Tony Clare
Antifouling Compounds2006
Dr Catherine Dreanno
Professor Tony Clare
Locating the barnacle settlement pheromone: Spatial and ontogenetic expression of the settlement-inducing protein complex of Balanus amphitrite2006
Leif-Matthias Herborg
Emeritus Professor Matt Bentley
Professor Tony Clare
Dr Kim Last
Mating behaviour and chemical communication in the invasive Chinese mitten crab Eriocheir sinensis2006
Dr Nicholas Aldred
Professor Tony Clare
Mussel (Mytilus edulis) byssus deposition in response to variations in surface wettability2006
Dr Catherine Dreanno
Professor Tony Clare
Smelly feet are not always a bad thing: The relationship between cyprid footprint protein and the barnacle settlement pheromone2006
Dr Christina Lye
Emeritus Professor Matt Bentley
Professor Tony Clare
Endocrine disruption in the shore crab Carcinus maenas - A biomarker for benthic marine invertebrates?2005
Dr Claire Hellio
Dr Jean-Philippe Marechal
Dr Nicholas Aldred
Professor Tony Clare
Inhibitory effects of Mediterranean sponge extracts and metabolites on larval settlement of the barnacle Balanus amphitrite2005
Professor Tony Clare
Larval development and vitellin-like protein expression in Palaemon elegans larvae following xeno-oestrogen exposure2005
Professor Tony Clare
Prostaglandins in non-insectan invertebrates: recent insights and unsolved problems2005
Leif-Matthias Herborg
Professor Stephen Rushton
Professor Tony Clare
Emeritus Professor Matt Bentley
The invasion of the Chinese mitten crab (Eriocheir sinensis) in the United Kingdom and its comparison to continental Europe2005
Professor Tony Clare
Activity of commercial enzymes on settlement and adhesion of cypris larvae of the barnacle Balanus amphitrite, spores of the green alga Ulva linza, and the diatom Navicula perminuta2004
Dr Claire Hellio
Professor Tony Clare
Isethionic acid and floridoside isolated from the red alga, Grateloupia turuturu, inhibit settlement of Balanus amphitrite cyprid larvae2004
Dr Jean-Philippe Marechal
Dr Claire Hellio
Professor Tony Clare
Seasonal variation in antifouling activity of crude extracts of the brown alga Bifurcaria bifurcata (Cystoseiraceae) against cyprids of Balanus amphitrite and the marine bacteria Cobetia marina and Pseudoalteromonas haloplanktis2004
Dr Claire Hellio
Dr Jean-Philippe Marechal
Professor Tony Clare
Seasonal variation of antifouling activities of marine algae from the Brittany Coast (France)2004
Dr Jean-Philippe Marechal
Dr Claire Hellio
Professor Tony Clare
Settlement behaviour of marine invertebrate larvae measured by EthoVision 3.02004
Professor Tony Clare
Female sex pheromone-mediated effects on behavior and consequences of male competition in the shore crab (Carcinus maenas)2003
Professor Tony Clare
Hepoxilins and trioxilins in barnacles: An analysis of their potential roles in egg hatching and larval settlement2003
Professor Tony Clare
Emeritus Professor Matt Bentley
Multilevel analyses of endocrine disruption in shore crabs from UK estuarine and coastal marine environments (Report to Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, contract no. CDEP/84/5/309)2003
Professor Tony Clare
Some new insights into marine biofouling.2003
Leif-Matthias Herborg
Professor Stephen Rushton
Professor Tony Clare
Emeritus Professor Matt Bentley
Spread of the Chinese mitten crab (Eriocheir sinensis H. Milne Edwards) in Continental Europe: analysis of a historical data set2003
Leif-Matthias Herborg
Emeritus Professor Matt Bentley
Professor Tony Clare
Professor Stephen Rushton
The spread of the Chinese mitten crab (Eriocheir sinensis) in Europe; the predictive value of an historical data set2003
Professor Tony Clare
Vitellin-like proteins in larval crustacea: Potential biomarkers of xeno-oestrogen exposure2003
Leif-Matthias Herborg
Emeritus Professor Matt Bentley
Professor Tony Clare
First confirmed record of the Chinese mitten crab (Eriocheir sinensis) from the River Tyne, United Kingdom2002
Emeritus Professor Matt Bentley
Professor Tony Clare
Invasion of the Chinese mitten crab2002
Emeritus Professor Matt Bentley
Professor Tony Clare
Novel behavioural assay and partial purification of a female-derived sex pheromone in Carcinus maenas2002
Professor Tony Clare
The role of eicosanoids in larval settlement in the barnacle, Balanus amphitrite2002
Emeritus Professor Matt Bentley
Professor Tony Clare
Chemical signals in marine invertebrates2001
Professor Tony Clare
Effects of 4-n-nonylphenol and 17β-oestradiol on early development of the barnacle Elminius modestus2001
Dr Kityotaka Matsumura
Dr Jeremy Hills
Dr Jeremy Thomason
Professor Tony Clare
Discrimination at settlement in barnacles: laboratory and field experiments on settlement behaviour in response to settlement-inducing protein complexes2000
Mizue Yamazaki
Professor Tony Clare
Eicosanoids are modulators of larval settlement in the barnacle, Balanus amphitrite2000
Professor Tony Clare
Identificaiton of methyl farnesoate in the cypris larva of the barnacle, Balanus amphitrite, and its role as a juvenile hormone2000
Professor Tony Clare
Mizue Yamazaki
Inactivity of glycyl-glycyl-arginine and two putative (QSAR) peptide analogues of barnacle waterborne settlement pheromone2000
Professor Tony Clare
Dr Kityotaka Matsumura
Induction of cypris major protein in barnacle larvae by exposure to 4-n-nonylphenol and 17ß -oestradiol2000
Professor Tony Clare
Marine biofouling: Introduction2000
Professor Tony Clare
Antisettlement and narcotic action of analogues of diterpene marine natural product antifoulants from octocorals1999
Professor Tony Clare
John Knight
Dr Peter Wright
Eicosanoid biosynthesis in an advanced deuterostomate invertebrate, the sea squirt (Ciona intestinalis)1999
Professor Tony Clare
Dr Kityotaka Matsumura
Nature and perception of barnacle settlement pheromones1999
Professor Tony Clare
Sea-NineTM 211(4,5-dichloro-2-(n-octyl)-3(2H)-isothiazolone) is a potent stimulator of eicosanoid biosynthesis in the sea squirt, Ciona intestinalis (L.)1999
Dr Jeremy Thomason
Dr Jeremy Hills
Professor Tony Clare
Hydrodynamic consequences of barnacle colonization1998