Matthew Dalby
Matthew Dalby
Professor of Cell Engineering, University of Glasgow
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The control of human mesenchymal cell differentiation using nanoscale symmetry and disorder
MJ Dalby, N Gadegaard, R Tare, A Andar, MO Riehle, P Herzyk, ...
Nature materials 6 (12), 997-1003, 2007
Harnessing nanotopography and integrin–matrix interactions to influence stem cell fate
MJ Dalby, N Gadegaard, ROC Oreffo
Nature materials 13 (6), 558-569, 2014
Nanoscale surfaces for the long-term maintenance of mesenchymal stem cell phenotype and multipotency
RJ McMurray, N Gadegaard, PM Tsimbouri, KV Burgess, LE McNamara, ...
Nature materials 10 (8), 637-644, 2011
In vitro reaction of endothelial cells to polymer demixed nanotopography
MJ Dalby, MO Riehle, H Johnstone, S Affrossman, ASG Curtis
Biomaterials 23 (14), 2945-2954, 2002
Nanotopographical modification: a regulator of cellular function through focal adhesions
MJP Biggs, RG Richards, MJ Dalby
Nanomedicine: Nanotechnology, Biology and Medicine 6 (5), 619-633, 2010
Nucleus alignment and cell signaling in fibroblasts: response to a micro-grooved topography
MJ Dalby, MO Riehle, SJ Yarwood, CDW Wilkinson, ASG Curtis
Experimental cell research 284 (2), 272-280, 2003
Increasing fibroblast response to materials using nanotopography: morphological and genetic measurements of cell response to 13-nm-high polymer demixed islands
MJ Dalby, SJ Yarwood, MO Riehle, HJH Johnstone, S Affrossman, ...
Experimental cell research 276 (1), 1-9, 2002
Nanotopographical control of stem cell differentiation
LE McNamara, RJ McMurray, MJP Biggs, F Kantawong, ROC Oreffo, ...
Journal of tissue engineering 1 (1), 120623, 2010
Osteoprogenitor response to semi-ordered and random nanotopographies
MJ Dalby, D McCloy, M Robertson, H Agheli, D Sutherland, S Affrossman, ...
Biomaterials 27 (15), 2980-2987, 2006
Cells react to nanoscale order and symmetry in their surroundings
ASG Curtis, N Gadegaard, MJ Dalby, MO Riehle, CDW Wilkinson, ...
IEEE transactions on nanobioscience 3 (1), 61-65, 2004
Osteoprogenitor response to defined topographies with nanoscale depths
MJ Dalby, D McCloy, M Robertson, CDW Wilkinson, ROC Oreffo
Biomaterials 27 (8), 1306-1315, 2006
Investigating filopodia sensing using arrays of defined nano-pits down to 35 nm diameter in size
MJ Dalby, N Gadegaard, MO Riehle, CDW Wilkinson, ASG Curtis
The international journal of biochemistry & cell biology 36 (10), 2005-2015, 2004
Investigating the limits of filopodial sensing: a brief report using SEM to image the interaction between 10 nm high nano-topography and fibroblast filopodia
MJ Dalby, MO Riehle, H Johnstone, S Affrossman, ASG Curtis
Cell biology international 28 (3), 229-236, 2004
Polymer-demixed nanotopography: control of fibroblast spreading and proliferation
MJ Dalby, MO Riehle, HJH Johnstone, S Affrossman, ASG Curtis
Tissue engineering 8 (6), 1099-1108, 2002
Fibroblast reaction to island topography: changes in cytoskeleton and morphology with time
MJ Dalby, S Childs, MO Riehle, HJH Johnstone, S Affrossman, ...
Biomaterials 24 (6), 927-935, 2003
The use of nanoscale topography to modulate the dynamics of adhesion formation in primary osteoblasts and ERK/MAPK signalling in STRO-1+ enriched skeletal stem cells
MJP Biggs, RG Richards, N Gadegaard, CDW Wilkinson, ROC Oreffo, ...
Biomaterials 30 (28), 5094-5103, 2009
Fabrication of pillar-like titania nanostructures on titanium and their interactions with human skeletal stem cells
T Sjöström, MJ Dalby, A Hart, R Tare, ROC Oreffo, B Su
Acta biomaterialia 5 (5), 1433-1441, 2009
Rapid fibroblast adhesion to 27 nm high polymer demixed nano-topography
MJ Dalby, D Giannaras, MO Riehle, N Gadegaard, S Affrossman, ...
Biomaterials 25 (1), 77-83, 2004
Changes in fibroblast morphology in response to nano-columns produced by colloidal lithography
MJ Dalby, MO Riehle, DS Sutherland, H Agheli, ASG Curtis
Biomaterials 25 (23), 5415-5422, 2004
Topographically induced direct cell mechanotransduction
MJ Dalby
Medical engineering & physics 27 (9), 730-742, 2005
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