Ocular biotribology and the contact lens: Surface interactions and ocular response

A. Mann*, B.J. Tighe

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Physicochemical properties of hydrogels for use in ophthalmology

Tighe, B. J. & Mann, A., 21 Apr 2016, Biomaterials and regenerative medicine in ophthalmology. Chirila, T. V. & Harkin, D. G. (eds.). 2nd ed. London (UK): Woodhead, p. 75-100 26 p. (Woodhead Publishing Series in Biomaterials; no. 112).

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The ageing ocular surface: challenges for biomaterials design and function

Mann, A., Campbell, D. & Tighe, B. J., 21 Apr 2016, Biomaterials and regenerative medicine in ophthalmology. Chirila, T. V. & Harkin, D. G. (eds.). 2nd ed. London (UK): Woodhead, p. 17-43 27 p. (Woodhead Publishing Series in Biomaterials; no. 112).

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The development of biomaterials for contact lens applications: effects of wear modality on materials design

Tighe, B. J. & Mann, A., 21 Apr 2016, Biomaterials and regenerative medicine in ophthalmology. Chirila, T. V. & Harkin, D. G. (eds.). 2nd ed. London (UK): Woodhead, p. 369-399 31 p. (Woodhead Publishing Series in Biomaterials; no. 112).

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