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E.1 A factor inhibiting the growth of mesenchyme. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Physiology 27, 147-162, 1937
E.2 The growth, growth energy, and ageing of the chicken's heart. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 129, 332-355, 1940
E.3 (with F. Jacoby and E.N. Willmer) The toxicity of sulphonamide drugs to cells in vitro. British Medical Journal 2, 149-164, 1941
E.4 (with J.Z. Young) Fibrin suture of peripheral nerves. Lancet 2, 126-127, 1941
E.5 Sheets of pure epidermal epithelium from human skin. Nature 148, 783, 1941
E.6 The rate of penetration of fixatives. Journal of Royal Microscopical Society 61, 46-57, 1941
E.7 The "laws" of biological growth. Nature 148, 772-774, 1941
E.8 Chemical coagulants in the treatment of burns Lancet 2, 350, 1942
E.9 (with E. Gutmann, L. Guttman and J.Z. Young) The rate of regeneration of nerve. Journal of Experimental Biology 19, 14-44, 1942
E.10 (with H.J. Seddon) Fibrin suture of human nerves. Lancet 2, 87-89, 1942
E.11 Growth and new growth. Proceedings of the Royal Society of Medicine 35, 590-595, 1942
E.12 (with W. Holmes) Local application of sulphonamide to peripheral nerves, Lancet 2, 334, 1942
E.13 (with L. Guttman) The chemical inhibition of fibre regeneration and neuroma formation in peripheral nerves. Journal of Neurology and Psychiatry 5, 130-141, 1942
E.14 (with H.J. Seddon and H. Smith) Rate of regeneration of peripheral nerves in man. Journal of Physiology 102, 191-215, 1943
E.15 (with G.H. & R. Robinson) A synthetic differential growth inhibitor, Nature 151, 195, 13 Feb 1943
E.16 (with T. Gibson) The fate of skin homografts in man. Journal of Anatomy, London 77, 299-310, 1943
E.17 Notes on the problem of skin homografts. Bulletin of War Medicine 4, 1-4, 1943
E.18 The shape of the human being as a function of time. Proc. Roy. Soc. B 132, 133-141, 1944 [The behaviour and fate of skin autografts and skin homografts in rabbits. Journal of Anatomy, London 78, 176-199, 1944]E.19 Oxford Zoology. Biology, Autumn Term 1944 [A second study of the behaviour and fate of skin homografts in rabbits. Journal of Anatomy, London 79, 157-176, 1945]
E.20 Size, shape, and age. In Essays on Growth and Form Presented to D'Arcy Wentworth Thompson (ed. W.E. Le Gros Clark and P B Medawar), pp.157-187. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1945 E.21 Biological aspects of the repair process and the experimental study of skin grafts. British Medical Bulletin, 3, 4-5, 1945
E.22 Relationship between the antigens of blood and skin. Nature 157, 161-162, 1946
E.23 The theory of the differences between individuals. British Social Hygiene Council, 1946
E.24 Old Age & Natural Death. The Modern Quarterly,, 1946
E.25 Immunity to homologous grafted skin. British Journal of Experimental Pathology, 27, 1946 I. The suppression of cell division in skin grafts transplanted to immunised animals, 9-14 [II. The relationship between the antigens of blood and skin, 15-24]
E.26 (with R.E. Billingham) The "cytogenetics" of black and white guinea pig skin. Nature 159, 115, 1947
E.27 The behaviour of mammalian skin epithelium under strictly anaerobic conditions. Quarterly Journal of Microscopical Science 88, 27-37, 1947
E.28 (with R.E. Billingham) Role of dendritic cells in the infective colour transformation of guinea pig skin. Nature 160, 61, 1947
E.29 Cellular inheritance and transformations. 22, 360-389, 1947
E.30 Immunity to homologous grafted skin. British Journal of Experimental Pathology, 29, 58-69, 1948 III. The fate of skin homografts transplanted to the brain, to subcutaneous tissue, and to the anterior chamber of the eye. [xerox] [(with R.E. Billingham) Pigment spread and cell Heredity in guinea- pigs' skin. Heredity 2, 29-47, 1948]
E.31 The cultivation of adult mammalian skin epithelium in vitro. Quarterly Journal of Microscopical Science 89, 187-196, 1948
E.32 Tests by tissue culture methods on the Nature of immunity to transplanted skin. Quarterly Journal of Microscopical Science 89, 239-252, 1948
E.33 Recent Work on the Biology of Skin. Br. Science News 2/17, 1949E.34 (with R.E. Billingham) A note on the specificity of the corneal epithelium. Journal of Anatomy, London 84, 50-56, 1950
E.35 (with R.E. Billingham) Pigment spread in mammalian skin: serial propagation and immunity reactions. Heredity 4, 141-164, 1950
E.36 Transformation of shape in discussion on the measurement of growth and form under the leadership of S. Zuckerman, Proceedings of the Royal Society B 137, 1950



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