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1.

Assessment of polyurethane spheres as surrogates for military ballistic head injury.

Mahoney P, Carr D, Hunt N, Delaney RJ.

Int J Legal Med. 2019 Jan;133(1):163-167. doi: 10.1007/s00414-018-1832-6. Epub 2018 Mar 29.

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Forensic reconstruction of two military combat related shooting incidents using an anatomically correct synthetic skull with a surrogate skin/soft tissue layer.

Mahoney P, Carr D, Harrison K, McGuire R, Hepper A, Flynn D, Delaney RJ, Gibb I.

Int J Legal Med. 2019 Jan;133(1):151-162. doi: 10.1007/s00414-018-1802-z. Epub 2018 Mar 7.

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PEGylated liposomes associate with Wnt3A protein and expand putative stem cells in human bone marrow populations.

Janeczek AA, Scarpa E, Horrocks MH, Tare RS, Rowland CA, Jenner D, Newman TA, Oreffo RO, Lee SF, Evans ND.

Nanomedicine (Lond). 2017 Apr;12(8):845-863. doi: 10.2217/nnm-2016-0386. Epub 2017 Mar 29.

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Self-Sensing Composites: In-Situ Detection of Fibre Fracture.

Malik SA, Wang L, Curtis PT, Fernando GF.

Sensors (Basel). 2016 Apr 28;16(5). pii: E615. doi: 10.3390/s16050615.

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The role of laser Doppler flowmetry in assessing the viability of bone fragments in an open fracture.

Hinsley DE, Hobbs CM, Watkins PE.

Injury. 2002 Jun;33(5):435-8.

PMID:
12095725
6.

Contamination of ballistic fractures: an in vitro model.

Clasper JC, Hill PF, Watkins PE.

Injury. 2002 Mar;33(2):157-60.

PMID:
11890918
7.

Fluid accumulation and the rapid spread of bacteria in the pathogenesis of external fixator pin track infection.

Clasper JC, Cannon LB, Stapley SA, Taylor VM, Watkins PE.

Injury. 2001 Jun;32(5):377-81.

PMID:
11382422

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