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  • Philip, SE, Sengupta, S, Keshavarz, T, Roy, I (2009) Effect of impeller speed and pH on the production of poly(3-hydroxybutyrate). Biomacromolecules epub ahead of print
  • Nair, R, Roy, I, Bucke, C, Keshavarz, T (2009) Quantitative PCR study on the mode of action of oligosaccharide elicitors on penicillin G production by Penicillium chrysogenum. Journal of Applied Microbiology epub ahead of print
  • Misra, SK, Philip, S, Chrzanowski, W, Roy, I, Knowles, J, Salih, V, Boccaccini, AR (2009) Incorporation of Vitamin E in poly(3-hydroxybutyrate)/Bioglass composite films: Effect on surface properties and cell attachment. Journal of the Royal Society, Interface 6(33): 401-409
  • Bretcanu, O, Misra, S, Roy, I, Renghini, C, Fiori, F, Beccaccini, AR (2009) In vitrobiocompatibility of 45S5 Bioglass-derived glass ceramic scaffolds coated with Poly(3-hydroxubutyrate). Journal of Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine 3(2):139-148
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  • Misra, SK, Mohn, D, Brunner, TJ, Stark, WJ, Philip, SE, Roy, I, Salih, V, Knowles, JC, Boccaccini, AR (2008) Comparison of nanoscale and microscale bioactive glass on the properties of P(3HB)/Bioglass composites. Biomaterials Apr, 29(12):175
  • Peiris, D, Dunn, WB, Brown, M, Kell, DB, Roy, I, Hedger, JN (2008) Metabolite profiles of interacting mycelial fronts differ for pairings of the wood decay basidiomycete fungus, Stereum hirsutum with its competitors Coprinus micaceus and Coprinus disseminatus. Metabolomics4(1): 52-62