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    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: 65106515.

    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: 165171.

    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.

    Polymer International 1998; 46: 251-259.

    5. Competitive protein adsorption as observed by surface plasmon resonance. Green RJ,

    Davies MC, Roberts CJ, Tendler SJB. Biomaterials. 1999; 20: 385391.

    6. Unfolding and intermolecular association in globular proteins adsorbed at interfaces. Green

    RJ, Hopkinson I, Jones RAL. Langmuir 1999; 15: 51025110.

    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: 51365140.

    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

    and Foams: Interfaces, Interactions and Stability. Dickinson E, Rodriguez-Patino JM (Eds.),

    The Royal Society of Chemistry, Cambridge, 1999, 285295.

    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,

    Su TJ, Green R, Tang Y, Styrkas D, Danks TN, Bolton R, Lu JR. Chem. Comm. 2000, 7:


    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.

    Green RJ, Frazier RA, Shakesheff KM, Davies MC, Roberts CJ, Tendler SJB. Biomaterials

    2000; 21: 1823-1835..

    14. The adsorption, from mixed solutions, of lysozyme and CE at the air/liquid interface. 125

    Green RJ, Su TJ, Lu JR, Penfold J Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 2000; 2: 5222-5229.

    Rebecca J. Green

    15. The interaction between SDS and lysozyme at the hydrophilic solid-water interface. Green

    RJ, Su TJ, Lu JR, Penfold J J. Phys. Chem. B 2001; 105: 1594-1602.

    16. The displacement of pre-adsorbed protein with a cationic surfactant at the SiO-water 2

    interface. Green RJ, Su TJ, Lu JR, Penfold J J. Phys. Chem. B 2001; 105: 9331-9338.

    17. Analysis of the SDS-lysozyme binding isotherm. Lad MD, Ledger VM, Briggs B, Frazier RA,

    Green RJ Langmuir 2003; 19: 5098-5103.

    18. Probing protein-tannin interactions by isothermal titration calorimetry. Frazier RA,

    Papadopoulou A, Kissoon D, Mueller-Harvey I, Green RJ J. Agric. Food. Chem. 2003; 5151:


    Rebecca J. Green

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