Honor B. Fell

Strangeways Research Laboratory 
Organ Culture Method
"Honor Fell"

(1900 - 1986)

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Fell HB. (2023) THE EFFECT OF ENVIRONMENT ON SKELETAL TISSUE IN CULTURE: (Based on a lecture* delivered at the University of Nagoya on May 28th, 1968). Development, Growth & Differentiation. 10: 181-205
Fell HB, Lawrence CE, Bagga MR, et al. (1989) The degradation of collagen in pig synovium in vitro and the effect of colchicine. Matrix (Stuttgart, Germany). 9: 116-26
Fell HB, Reynolds JJ, Lawrence CE, et al. (1986) The promotion and inhibition of collagen-breakdown in organ cultures of pig synovium: the requirement for serum components and the involvement of cyclic adenosine 3':5'-monophosphate (cAMP). Collagen and Related Research. 6: 51-75
Tyler JA, Fell HB, Lawrence CE. (1982) The effect of cortisol on porcine articular tissues in organ culture. The Journal of Pathology. 137: 335-51
Jubb RW, Fell HB. (1980) The breakdown of collagen by chondrocytes. The Journal of Pathology. 130: 159-67
Jubb RW, Fell HB. (1980) The effect of synovial tissue on the synthesis of proteoglycan by the articular cartilage of young pigs. Arthritis and Rheumatism. 23: 545-55
Dingle JT, Saklatvala J, Hembry R, et al. (1979) A cartilage catabolic factor from synovium. The Biochemical Journal. 184: 177-80
Fell HB, Jubb RW. (1977) The effect of synovial tissue on the breakdown of articular cartilage in organ culture. Arthritis and Rheumatism. 20: 1359-71
Fell HB. (1976) The effect of complement-sufficient antiserum against pig erythrocytes on pig articular tissues in organ culture. Agents and Actions. 6: 86-90
Dingle JT, Horsfield P, Fell HB, et al. (1975) Breakdown of proteoglycan and collagen induced in pig articular cartilage in organ culture. Annals of the Rheumatic Diseases. 34: 303-11
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