1. Surface plasmon resonance for real time in-situ analysis of protein adsorption to polymer
surfaces. Green RJ, Davies J, Davies MC, Roberts CJ, Tendler SJB. Biomaterials 1997; 18:
2. The adsorption of PEO/PPO/PEO triblock co-polymers at the solid/liquid interface: a surface
plasmon resonance study. Green RJ, Tasker S, Davies MC, Roberts CJ, Tendler SJB.
Langmuir 1997; 13: 6510–6515.
3. A surface plasmon resonance study of albumin adsorption to PEO/PPO/PEO triblock
copolymers. Green RJ, Davies MC, Roberts CJ, Tendler SJB. Journal of Biomedical
Materials Research 1998; 42: 165–171.
4. Polyethylene glycol-containing polyurethanes for biomedical applications. Corneillie S, Lan
PN, Schacht E, Davies M, Shard A, Green R, Denyer S, Wassall M, Whitfield H, Choong S.
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5. Competitive protein adsorption as observed by surface plasmon resonance. Green RJ,
Davies MC, Roberts CJ, Tendler SJB. Biomaterials. 1999; 20: 385–391.
6. Unfolding and intermolecular association in globular proteins adsorbed at interfaces. Green
RJ, Hopkinson I, Jones RAL. Langmuir 1999; 15: 5102–5110.
7. Molecular interactions of biomolecules with surface-engineered interfaces using atomic force
microscopy and surface plasmon resonance. McGurk SL, Green RJ, Sanders GHW, Davies
MC, Roberts CJ, Tendler SJB, Williams PM. Langmuir 1999; 15: 5136–5140.
8. Conformational changes of globular proteins in solution and adsorbed at interfaces
investigated by FTIR spectroscopy. Green RJ, Hopkinson I, Jones RAL. In: Food Emulsions
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9. The investigation of the hydration kinetics of novel poly(ethylene oxide) containing
polyurethanes. Green RJ, Corneillie S, Davies J, Davies MC, Roberts CJ, Schacht E,
Tendler SJB, Williams PM. Langmuir 2000; 16: 2744-2750.
10. Covalent coupling of phospholipid monolayers on the surface of ceramic materials. Wang Y,
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11. Adsorption of lysozyme onto the silicon oxide surface chemically grafted with a monolayer of
pentadecyl-1-ol. Su TJ, Green RJ, Wang Y, Murphy EF, Lu JR, Ivkov R, Satija SK. Langmuir
2000; 16: 4999-5007.
12. Interaction of lysozyme and sodium dodecyl sulfate at the air-liquid interface. Green RJ, Su
TJ, Joy H, Lu JR. Langmuir 2000; 16: 5797-5805.
13. Surface plasmon resonance analysis of dynamic biological interactions with biomaterials.
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16. The displacement of pre-adsorbed protein with a cationic surfactant at the SiO-water 2
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18. Probing protein-tannin interactions by isothermal titration calorimetry. Frazier RA,
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