Lorna Dougan

School of Physics and Astronomy University of Leeds, Leeds, England, United Kingdom 
"Lorna Dougan"
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Jason Crain grad student 2005 Edinburgh
Julio Fernandez post-doc 2006-2008 Columbia (Neurotree)
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Hughes MDG, Cussons S, Mahmoudi N, et al. (2022) Tuning Protein Hydrogel Mechanics through Modulation of Nanoscale Unfolding and Entanglement in Postgelation Relaxation. Acs Nano
Hanson BS, Dougan L. (2021) Intermediate Structural Hierarchy in Biological Networks Modulates the Fractal Dimension and Force Distribution of Percolating Clusters. Biomacromolecules
Hughes MDG, Hanson BS, Cussons S, et al. (2021) Control of Nanoscale Protein Unfolding Defines Network Architecture and Mechanics of Protein Hydrogels. Acs Nano
Aufderhorst-Roberts A, Hughes M, Hare A, et al. (2020) Reaction Rate Governs the Viscoelasticity and Nanostructure of Folded Protein Hydrogels. Biomacromolecules
Hughes MDG, Cussons S, Mahmoudi N, et al. (2020) Single molecule protein stabilisation translates to macromolecular mechanics of a protein network. Soft Matter
Laurent H, Soper AK, Dougan L. (2020) Trimethylamine N-oxide (TMAO) resists the compression of water structure by magnesium perchlorate: terrestrial kosmotrope vs. Martian chaotrope. Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics : Pccp. 22: 4924-4937
Hanson BS, Brown CP, Laurent H, et al. (2020) Hierarchical biomechanics: student engagement activities with a focus on biological physics Physics Education. 55: 25015
Hanson BS, Dougan L. (2020) Network Growth and Structural Characteristics of Globular Protein Hydrogels Macromolecules. 53: 7335-7345
Hanson BS, Head D, Dougan L. (2019) The hierarchical emergence of worm-like chain behaviour from globular domain polymer chains. Soft Matter
Lenton S, Rhys NH, Towey JJ, et al. (2018) Temperature-Dependent Segregation in Alcohol-Water Binary Mixtures Is Driven by Water Clustering. The Journal of Physical Chemistry. B. 122: 7884-7894
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