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Martin Chaplin

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Martin Chaplin

Publications

  1. The distribution of (14C)-thymidine in mouse ovaries cultured in vitro with and without gonadotrophic hormones. M. J. How, M. F. Chaplin and M. Ryle, (1970) Biochim. Biophys. Acta, 213, 226-228.
  2. Structural investigation of the carbohydrate element of human pituitary follicle-stimulating hormone by methylation analysis. J. F. Kennedy and M. F. Chaplin, (1972) Biochemical Journal, 130, 417-423.
  3. Lability of human pituitary follicle-stimulating hormone to mild acid hydrolysis. J. F. Kennedy and M. F. Chaplin, (1973) J. Endocrinol. 57, 501-507.
  4. The action of neuraminic acid-free derivatives of FSH on mouse ovaries cultured in vitro. M. Ryle, M. F. Chaplin, C. J. Gray and J. F. Kennedy, (1970). In Gonadotrophins and Ovarian Development, Eds. W. R. Butt, A. C. Crooke and M. Ryle, E. & S. Livingstone, Edinburgh, pp. 98-106.
  5. Chemical studies on an FSH preparation. M. F. Chaplin, C. J. Gray and J. F. Kennedy, (1970). In Gonadotrophins and Ovarian Development, Eds. W. R. Butt, A. C. Crooke and M. Ryle, E. & S. Livingstone, Edinburgh, pp. 77-97.
  6. The effect of chemical modifications on the biological and radio-immunological activity of pituitary FSH. W. R. Butt, S. S. Lynch, M. F. Chaplin, C. J. Gray and J. F. Kennedy, (1970). In Gonadotrophins and Ovarian Development. Eds. W. R. Butt, A. C. Crooke and M. Ryle, E. & S. Livingstone, Edinburgh, pp. 171-180.
  7. Periodate oxidation, acid hydrolysis and structure/activity relationships of human pituitary follicle-stimulating hormone and human chorionic gonadotrophin. J. F. Kennedy, M. F. Chaplin and M. Stacey, (1974) Carbohydrate Research 36, 369-377.
  8. A new automated procedure for the determination of D-fructose in D-fructose D-glucose mixtures. M. F. Chaplin and J. F. Kennedy, (1975) Carbohydrate Research 40, 227-233.
  9. Magnetic immobilised derivatives of enzymes. M. F. Chaplin and J. F. Kennedy, (1976) Carbohydrate Research 50, 267-274.
  10. Studies on the tryptic glycopeptides of the alpha subunit of human chorionic gonadotrophin. J. F. Kennedy and M. F. Chaplin, (1976) Biochemical Journal, 155, 303-315.
  11. The use of ninhydrin as a reagent for the reversible modification of arginine residues in proteins. M. F. Chaplin, (1976) Biochemical Journal, 155, 457-459.
  12. Studies on the mucilage extracted from Okra fruits (Hibiscus esculentus L.) and Baobab leaves (Adansonia digitata L.). M. Woolfe, M. F. Chaplin and G. Otchere, (1977) Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture, 28, 519-529.
  13. A study on the properties of o-diphenol: O2 oxidoreductase from cocoa husk. M. F. Chaplin, (1977) Proceedings of the 10th Biennial Conference of the Ghana Science, Association, Cape Coast, Ghana Journal of Science.
  14. The induction of extracellular enzymes by Phytophthora palmivora (Butl.) Butl. M. F. Chaplin, (1977) Proceedings of the 8th meeting of the Ghana Biochemical Society, Legon. Ghana University Press.
  15. Haemoglobin, the oxygen-carrier in the blood. 30th Anniversary Inter-Faculty Lecture 15th Feb. 1979, Legon, Ghana, Ghana University Press.
  16. The preparation of binuclear copper (II) complexes. M. F. Chaplin, (1979) Proceedings of the 11th biennial conference of the Ghana Science, Association, Kumasi, Ghana J. Science.
  17. The o-diphenol: O2 oxidoreductase from cocoa husk. M. F. Chaplin, (1977) Proceedings of the 8th meeting of the Ghana Biochemical Society, Legon. Ghana University Press.
  18. The preparation and properties of an o-diphenol: O2 oxido- reductase from cocoa husk. M. F. Chaplin, (1978) Phytochemistry, 17, 1897-1899.
  19. The use of ninhydrin to investigate the role of arginine in the function of ribonuclease and alpha-chymotrypsin. M. F. Chaplin, M. M. Coleman and N. N. Neequaye, (1977) Ghana Journal of Science.
  20. Use of some new polyphenolic resins for fractionation of carbohydrates and immobilisation of carbohydrate hydrolases and isomerases. M. F. Chaplin and J. F. Kennedy, (1979) Journal of the Chemical Society Perkin 1, 2144-2153.
  21. An investigation of the properties of glucoamylase immobilised on glass beads involving 5-diazosalycilic acid bonded to a titanium (IV) oxide film. J. F. Kennedy and M. F. Chaplin, (1979) Enzyme Microbial Technol. 1, 197-200.
  22. The immobilisation of enzymes on titanium-activated inorganic supports. J. P. Cardoso, M. F. Chaplin, A. N. Emery, J. F. Kennedy and L. P. Revel-Chion, (1978) J. App. Chem. Biotechnol. 28, 775-783.
  23. A rapid and sensitive method for the analysis of carbohydrate components in glycoproteins using gas-liquid chromatography. M. F. Chaplin, (1982) Anal. Biochem.123, 336-341.
  24. Interaction of concanavalin A with native and denatured forms of jackbean alpha-D-mannosidase. D. J. Bowles, M. F. Chaplin and S. Marcus, (1983) European J. Biochemistry 130, 613-618.
  25. Origin and distribution of 3-O-methyl hexoses in Gastropod haemocyanins. M. F. Chaplin, G. C. Corfield and E. Wood, (1983) Comp. Biochem. Physiol. 75B, 331-334. to top of page
  26. Endopeptidase-24. 11 purified from pig intestine is differently glycosylated from that in kidney. I. S. Fulcher, M. F. Chaplin & A. J. Kenny, (1983) Biochemical Journal, 215, 317-323.
  27. Developments in enzyme technology. M. F. Chaplin (1984) J. Biol. Ed.,, 18, 246-252.
  28. Deglycosylation by trifluoromethane sulphonic acid of endopeptidase-24. 11 purified from pig kidney and intestine. J. R. Stewart, M. F. Chaplin & A. J. Kenny, (1984) Biochemical Journal, 221, 919-922.
  29. Cytochromeb-24 from human neutrophils is a glycoprotein. A. M. Harper, M. F. Chaplin & A. W. Segal, (1985) Biochemicl Journal, 227, 783-788.
  30. Monosaccharides. M. F. Chaplin. In: Carbohydrate Analysis. A practical approach. Eds. M. F. Chaplin & J. F. Kennedy, (1986) IRL Press, Oxford.
  31. Report on some research into enzyme technology at South Bank Polytechnic. M. F. Chaplin, Process Biochemistry (December 1987).
  32. Interactions of soya-bean agglutinin with purified glycoconjugates and soya-bean seed components. H. Bond, M. F. Chaplin & D. J. Bowles (1985) Biochemical Journal, 228, 127-136.
  33. Relative molecular mass of the polypeptide chain of beta-haemocyanin of Helix pomatia and carbohydrate composition of the functional units. E. J. Wood, M. F. Chaplin, C. Gielens, J. De Sadeleer, G. Preaux & R. Lontie (1985) Comp. Biochem. Physiol. 82B, 179-186.
  34. The age of the industrial University. M. F. Chaplin (1985) The Leeds Journal 56, 58-59.
  35. Development of a novel enzymatic bioreactor. H. Shukla, E. Killick and M. F. Chaplin, (1988) In Biochemistry for Development, The 171st Symposium of the International Union of Biochemistry Ed. M. A. Rahman, Pakistan Society of Biochemists, pp. 80-87.
  36. The preparation and properties of immobilised firefly luciferase for use in detection of bacteriuria. M. F. Chaplin, I. Kozlov and R. D. Barry, (1989), In ATP Luminescence, Ed. P. Stanley, Society for Applied Bacteriology, pp. 243-249.
  37. Fundamentals of enzyme kinetics. M. F. Chaplin, In Enzyme Technology. M. F. Chaplin and C. Bucke, Cambridge University Press, 1990, pp. 1-40.
  38. Enzyme preparation and use. M. F. Chaplin and C. Bucke, ibid, pp. 40-79.
  39. The preparation and kinetics of immobilised enzymes. M. F. Chaplin, ibid, pp. 80-137.
  40. The large scale use of enzymes in solution. M. F. Chaplin and C. Bucke, ibid, pp. 138-166.
  41. Immobilised enzymes and their use. M. F. Chaplin and C. Bucke, ibid, pp. 167-196.
  42. Biosensors. M. F. Chaplin, ibid, pp. 197-219.
  43. Recent advances in enzyme technology. M. F. Chaplin, ibid, pp. 220-244.
  44. Future prospects for enzyme technology. M. F. Chaplin, ibid, pp. 245-256.
  45. The use of immobilised luciferase for the detection of bacteriuria. M. F. Chaplin, (1991) In Focus on Physical Methods for Microorganism Detection, Ed. W. F. Nelson, CRC Press.
  46. Physical and chemical characterisation of semiconducting amorphous carbons prepared by the thermal decomposition of sulphanilic acid in the solid state. S. Roulston, L. J. Dunne, A. D. Clark and M. F. Chaplin, Philosophical Magazine B, 62, 243-260.
  47. The use of enzymes in analysis. M. F. Chaplin, (1989) Biochemical Education, 17, 142-144.
  48. Development of an enzyme substrate incorporating semiconducting amorphous carbons for use in biosensors. S. A. Roulston, M. F. Chaplin, L. J. Dunne and A. D. Clark, (1991) Biosensors & Bioelectronics, 6, 325-332.
  49. Carbohydrates: Determination. M. F. Chaplin, In Encyclopaedia of Food Science, Food Technology and Nutrition, (1993), Ed. R. Macrae. R. K. Robinson and M. J. Sadler. Academic Press, pp. 684-691.
  50. Electronic, magnetic and structural properties of amorphous carbons and the discovery of the fullerenes. L. J. Dunne, A. D. Clark, M. F. Chaplin and H. Katbamna, (1992) Carbon, 30, 1227-1233. to top of page
  51. Amorphous carbons and the fullerenes. L. J. Dunne, A. D. Clark, M. F. Chaplin and H. Katbamna, (1992) In The Fullerenes, Pergamon Press.
  52. Non-competitive inhibition of β-galactosidase (A. oryzae) by galactose. H. C. Shukla and M. F. Chaplin, Enzyme and Microbial Technology, (1993),15, 297-299.
  53. Biosensors. M F Chaplin, In Molecular Biology and Biotechnology, 2nd Ed., Royal Society of Chemistry, (1993), pp  387-415.
  54. Monosaccharides. M. F. Chaplin. In Carbohydrate Analysis. A practical approach. 2nd Edition. Eds. M. F. Chaplin & J. F. Kennedy, (1994) IRL Press, Oxford, pp. 1-36
  55. Carbohydrate Analysis. M. F. Chaplin, In Molecular Biology and Biotechnology: A comprehensive desk reference, (1995) Ed Meyers, R. A., VCH Publishers Inc., New York, pp. 138 -141.
  56. Carbohydrate Analysis. M. F. Chaplin, In Encyclopedia of Molecular Biology and Molecular Medicine, Volume 1, Ed Meyers, R. A., VCH Publishers Inc., New York, (1996), pp. 266 - 277
  57. Food and nutrition at South Bank University. J. Davies and M. Chaplin. Food Science, and Technology Today, (1993), 7, 176-179.
  58. Production and properties of the gel produced from yeast cell walls. M. Chaplin, (1993), Food Link News, 8, 3.
  59. Polypyrrole-Prussian Blue films with controlled level of doping: codeposition of polypyrrole and Prussian Blue. A. A. Karyakin and M. F. Chaplin. J. Electroanal. Chem. 370 (1994) 301-303.
  60. A study of extensin and extensin peroxidase. M. D. Brownleader, N. Ahmed, M. Trevan, M. Chaplin and P. M. Dey, Plant Peroxidase Newsletter, 4 (1994)  3-13.
  61. Development of a thin-film glucose biosensor using semiconducting amorphous carbon. A. D. Clark, M. F. Chaplin, S. A. Roulston and L. J. Dunne, (1995) Biosensors & Bioelectronics, 10, 237-241.        
  62. Purification and partial characterization of tomato extensin peroxidase. M. D. Brownleader, N. Ahmed, M. Trevan, M. Chaplin and P. M. Dey, (1995) Plant Physiology, 109, 1115-1123
  63. Analysis of bile acids and their conjugates using high pH anion-exchange chromatography with pulsed amperometric detection. M. F. Chaplin, J. Chromatogr. (Biomed. Appl.) (1995) 664, 431-434.
  64. Bile acids and health. Is fibre the answer? J. Salter, M. Chaplin, J. Dickerson and J. Davies, Nutrition and Food Science, (1996) 6, 29-33.
  65. Food Science, at South Bank University. M. Chaplin and T. Coultate, (1997) Nutrition & Food Science, 4,152-154.
  66. Cook, A. L., Chaplin, M. F., Davies, G. J. and Dettmar, P. W. (1998) The effect of gender on faecal bile acid excretion. Gastroenterology, 114 (4), L0100.
  67. Chaplin, M. F., Davies, G. J., Shaw, A. D., Chaudhury, S. and Dettmar, P. W. (1998) Bile acids and diarrhoea associated with the menstrual cycle. Gastroenterology114 (4), L0099.
  68. Cook, A. L., Chaplin, M. F., Davies, G. J. and Dettmar, P. W., (1999) Effects of alcohol consumption on bowel function. Gut, 44 (S1), p.TH528.
  69. Cook, A. L., Chaplin, M. F., Davies, J.G. and Dettmar, P. W. (1999) Relationship between gender, non-starch polysaccharide and bowel function in healthy adults. Gut, 45 (V), A134.
  70. Minzie-Parchment, P. and Chaplin, M. (2003) Nutrition in early life, J. Royal Soc. Health 123 185-185.
  71.  M. L. Hawkins, G. J. Davies, M. F. Chaplin, J. F. Dillon, J. P. Cotton and  P. W. Dettmar, Vitamin C intakes in patients with oesophageal disorders taking proton pump inhibitors, 15th UEGW (2007) Paris, France, Gut  56 (Suppl 111) A219.
  72. M. L. Hawkins, G. J. Daveis, M. F. Chaplin, J. F. Dillon, J. P. Cotton and P. W. Dettmar, Antioxidant vitamin intakes in the progression of non-erosive reflux disease to barrett's oesophagus, 15th UEGW (2007) Paris, France, Gut  56 (Suppl 111) A293.
  73. M. L. Hawkins, G. J. Daveis, M. F. Chaplin, J. F. Dillon, J. P. Cotton and P. W. Dettmar,Salt intakes in patients with Gastro-oesophageal reflux disease, Nutrition Society Summer meeting, Nottingham (2008).

Teaching Methods

  1. Projects as part of the biochemical curriculum. M. F. Chaplin, (1979) Biochemical Education, 7, 5-6. 50.
  2. The effect of enzyme concentration on the Michaelis-Menten equation. Textbook Errors. M. F. Chaplin, (1981) Trends in Biochemical Sciences 6, Jan. VI. Textbook Errors. M. F. Chaplin, (1981) Trends in Biochemical Sciences, 6, May, XIV.
  3. Biochemistry teaching using a microcomputer. M. F. Chaplin, (1983) Biochemical Education,11, 2-5. to top of page
  4. The use of a microcomputer for comparing protein and nucleic acid sequences. M. F. Chaplin (1983) Biochemical Education, 11, 151.
  5. The use of the BBC microcomputer in biochemistry teaching. M. F. Chaplin (1984), In Microcomputers in Biochemistry Education, E. J. Wood (Ed.), Taylor & Francis, London, pp. 57-78.

Computer programs/software packages

  1. Alphafile. M. F. Chaplin, (1984) Ardsoft, Leeds.
  2. Banking. M. F. Chaplin, (1987) Banking Information Service, London.
  3. pH/Titrations (BBC edition, including two booklets containing students notes and teachers notes). M. F. Chaplin, (1984) IRL Press, Oxford, ISBN,0 904147 85 1. .
  4. Protein structure and enzyme activity (BBC edition,  including two booklets containing students notes and teachers notes). M. F. Chaplin, (1984) IRL Press, Oxford, ISBN,0 904147 87 8. .
  5. pH/Titrations (IBM edition, including two booklets containing students notes and teachers notes). M. F. Chaplin, (1986) IRL Press, Oxford, ISBN,0 947946 35 7.
  6. Protein structure and enzyme activity (IBM edition,  including two booklets containing students notes and teachers notes). M. F. Chaplin, (1986) IRL Press, Oxford, ISBN,0 947946 36 5.
  7. 6502 Special. M. F. Chaplin, (1986) Acorn User, 44, 91-93, 117-120.
  8. It's quicker by Tube. M. F. Chaplin, (1986) Acorn User, 46, 75-78, 106-110.
  9. Biosensors (multimedia package, video, programs plus booklet). M. F. Chaplin and others (1988) LCB and DTI.
  10. Pilot plant control system. M. F. Chaplin. (1988, Internal SBP document, 160 pages).

Books

  1. Carbohydrate Analysis. A Practical Approach. M. F. Chaplin and J. F. Kennedy (Eds.), (1986) IRL Press, Oxford, ISBN,0 947946 68 3. (also Japanese translation, Hirokawa Publishing Co., 1995)
  2. Enzyme Technology. M. F. Chaplin and C. Bucke, (1990) Cambridge University Press, ISBN,0 52134429 8.
  3. Carbohydrate Analysis. A Practical Approach. 2nd Edition. M. F. Chaplin and J. F. Kennedy (Eds.), (1994) Oxford University  Press, Oxford, ISBN 0-19-963450-5.

Patents

  1. Reactive Matrices. M. F. Chaplin and J. F. Kennedy, (1973) British Patent Application 47202/73, assigned to Abbott Laboratories in May 1975. Became U.S. Patent 4,070,246.
  2. Polyphenolic resins. J. F. Kennedy and M. F. Chaplin, (1980) British Patent Specification 1 560 938.
  3. The structure of water. M. F. Chaplin, (1998) GB Patent Application 98151418.0.

Conference posters, unrefereed papers and invited lectures

  1. Haemoglobin, the oxygen-carrier in the blood. 30th Anniversary Inter-Faculty Lecture 15th Feb. 1979, Legon, Ghana.
  2. Studies on the origin of 3-O-methyl sugars in Lymnaea Stagnalis haemocyanin. M. F. Chaplin, G. C. Corfield and E. Wood, (1982) presented to the EMBO Workshop: Structure and function of invertebrate respiratory proteins. University of Leeds, July 1982.
  3. Studies on Lymnaea Stagnalis haemocyanin and Planorbis Corneus haemoglobin. A. Dawson, M. F. Chaplin and E. Wood, (1982) presented to the EMBO Workshop: Structure and function of invertebrate respiratory proteins. University of Leeds, July 1982.
  4. Invited lecture on 'The development of an immobilised enzyme biosensor for bacteria' at the Society for Applied Bacteriology Autumn meeting 1986.
  5. The development and use of a 3-processor control system in a small fermentation pilot plant. M. F. Chaplin, poster presented to the 4th European Congress on Biotechnology, Amsterdam 1987.
  6. Invited workshop on 'Microcomputers in Biochemical Education' at the 6th Symposium of the Federation of Asian and Oceanic Biochemists, Karachi, 1987.
  7. Development of a bioreactor for processing dairy fluids. M. F. Chaplin, H. Shukla and E. Ceen, poster presented to the 4th European Congress on Biotechnology, Amsterdam 1987.
  8. The development and use of a 3-processor control system in a small fermentation pilot plant. M. F. Chaplin, poster presented to the 'Separation for Biotechnology' meeting, Reading, 1987. to top of page
  9. Semiconducting polymeric carbons for solid state sensors. S. Roulston, L. J. Dunne, A. D. Clark and M. F. Chaplin. British Biophysical Society Biosensors meeting, London, 1988.
  10. Semiconducting polymeric carbons for solid state sensors. S. A. Roulston, L. J. Dunne, A. D. Clark and M. F. Chaplin. 8th meeting of the Chemical Sensors Club, Sheffield, 1989.
  11. The development of biosensors incorporating carbonaceous polymers as support and electron mediator. S. Roulston, L. J. Dunne, A. D. Clark and M. F. Chaplin. University of Kent symposia, 1989.
  12. Yeast gelling systems. N. L. Morgan, C. Manning and M. F. Chaplin. Exhibition at the Design Centre in London on Biotechnology and the Future, 1990
  13. The preparation and use of polypyrrole/Prussian Blue membranes for immobilizing redox enzymes. M. F. Chaplin and A. A. Karyakin, Biotech UK, University of Leeds, 1991.
  14. Electronic and structural properties of amorphous carbons, the discovery of the fullerenes and their use in biosensors. The Department of Chemical Enzymology, Moscow State University, 1990.
  15. Enzymes in Society. Royal Society of Chemistry Lectures for Schools, 1992 & 1994.
  16. Development of a thin-film glucose biosensor using semiconducting amorphous carbon. A. D. Clark, M. F. Chaplin, S. A. Roulston and L. J. Dunne, (1994) poster at Biosensors symposium,  St Orleans, USA.
  17. Purification and partial characterization of 'extensin peroxidase'. N. Ahmed, M. Trevan, M. Chaplin, P. M. Dey, and M. D. Brownleader, University of Sussex (1994) Biochemical Society Trans., 653, 154.
  18. Biochemical events associated with extensin deposition. M. D. Brownleader, P. M. Dey,  M. Chaplin, P. McNally and M. Trevan, International workshop on peroxidases. Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, 1995.
  19. Utilisation of the polyphenol oxidase (tyrosinase) catalysed reaction in the development of a time-temperature indicator – preliminary studies, J. S. Anil de Sequeira and M. F. Chaplin. Chemistry Research for Britain '95, Brighton, 1995.
  20. Structure-function relationships of dietary fibre. A. Blackwood and M. F. Chaplin, Molecular aspects of polysaccharide behaviour, Norwich, 2000.
  21. Enzymic degradation of Ispaghula Husk. S. L. Edwards, A. D. Blackwood, M. F. Chaplin and P. W. Dettmar, UEGW. 8th European Gastroenterology week, Brussels, 2000.
  22. Enzymes and Ispaghula Husk. S. L. Edwards, A. D. Blackwood, M. F. Chaplin and P. W. Dettmar, Plant Polysaccharides, Wageningen, 2000.
  23. Enzymatic degradation of arabinoxylans, A. D. Blackwood and M. F. Chaplin, "Carbohydrates at the chemistry-biology interface", Royal Society of Chemistry, Dublin, 2001.
  24. Ispaghula Husk (Ex. Plantago ovata forsk): investigation into the structure-Function relationships during digestion and passage through the gut. S. L. Edwards, A. D. Blackwood, M. F. Chaplin and P. W. Dettmar, UEGW. 9th European Gastroenterology week, Amsterdam, 2001.
  25. Structural Analysis of Ispaghula husk (Psyllium), S. Edwards, A. D. Blackwood, M. F. Chaplin and P. W. Dettmar, "Carbohydrates at the chemistry-biology interface", Royal Society of Chemistry, Dublin, 2001.
  26. Ispaghula husk (ex Plantago ovata Forsk): Investigation into the Structure-Function Relationships, S. Edwards, A. D. Blackwood, M. F. Chaplin and P. W. Dettmar, Eurocarb XI, Lisbon, 2001.
  27. Exact statistical mechanical treatment of a lattice model of hydrocarbon adsorption on zeolite, Manos, G., Dunne, L. J., Du, Z. and Chaplin, M. F., Studies in Surface Science, and Catalysis 135 (2001) (Zeolites and Mesoporous Materials at the Dawn of the 21st Century; Proceedings of the 13th International Zeolite Conference, Montpellier, France, 8-13 July 2001, Ed. A. Galarneau, F. Di Renzo, F. Fajula and J. Vedrine, Elsevier) on CDROM.
  28. Primary Structure of Arabinoxylans of Ispaghula and Wheat Bran, S. Edwards, A. D. Blackwood, M. F. Chaplin and P. W. Dettmar, 7th International Vahouny Fibre Symposium, Edinburgh, 2002
  29. Fibre and Water Binding, M. F. Chaplin, 7th International Vahouny Fibre Symposium, Edinburgh, 2002.
  30. The structure of water, M. F. Chaplin, 7th International Vahouny Fibre Symposium, Edinburgh, 2002 (Poster).
  31. Application of the icosahedral water cluster model of water, M. F. Chaplin, Gordon Research Conference, 'Water & Aqueous Systems', Holderness School, USA, (2002) (Poster)
  32. The structure of Plantago ovata arabinoxylan, M. F. Chaplin, 12th Gums and Stabilisers for the Food Industry - Designing structure into foods, Conference, Wrexham, 2003.
  33. Thirty eight anomalies of water Part 1, M. F. Chaplin, Homeopathic Medical Panorama 11(3) (2003) 12-19. to top of page
  34. Thirty eight anomalies of water Part II, M. F. Chaplin, Homeopathic Medical Panorama 11(4) (2003) 22-28.
  35. Does water clustering determine biological structure? M. F. Chaplin, Gordon Research Conference, 'Interfacial Water in Cell Biology', Mount Holyoke College, USA, 2004.
  36. Hydrocolloids and water binding, M. F. Chaplin, 3rd International Bakery & Biscuit Convention, Amsterdam, 2004.
  37. The structure of liquid water, M. F. Chaplin, Science, of Whole Person Healing Conference, Washington D.C., 2005, Science, of Whole Person Healing: Proceedings of the Second Interdisciplinary International Conference-2005, Ed. R. Roy) pp. 1-6.
  38. Water's hydrogen bond strength, M. F. Chaplin, Water of Life Symposium, Varenna, Italy, 2005.
  39. Water structuring at colloidal surfaces, M. F. Chaplin, Nato advanced research workshop, Pure and applied surface chemistry and nanomaterials for human life and environmental protection, Kiev, Ukraine, 2005.
  40. The curious structure of liquid water, M. F. Chaplin, Invited lecture, Kingston University, July 2005.
  41. The interaction of water and K+ ions with carboxylic acid clusters on proteins, M. F. Chaplin, UNESCO Seminar on "Mechanisms of mechano-transduction in living cells" Yerevan, Armenia , 2006.
  42. Water clusters in the self-assembly of giant {Mo154} ca. 1165 clusters, M. F. Chaplin, Invited lecture, Modeling biological ion transport and interfacial/confined water by metal-oxide-based nano-objects, Open Course, Shanghai, China, 2007.
  43. The importance of water in cell biology, M. F. Chaplin, Invited lecture, Modeling biological ion transport and interfacial/confined water by metal-oxide-based nano-objects, Open Course, Shanghai, China, 2007.
  44. Homeopathy hullabaloo, M. F. Chaplin and P. Fisher, Letters, Chemistry World 4 (2007) 36-37.
  45. How is water structured? M. F. Chaplin, Invited lecture, Second Annual Conference on the Physics, Chemistry and Biology of Water, Vermont, USA, 2007.
  46. What is going on at the water-gas interface? M. F. Chaplin, Invited lecture, International Workshop on Molecular Structure and Dynamics of Interfacial Water, Shanghai, China, 2007.
  47. Water: From the bulk into confinement, M. F. Chaplin, Invited lecture, 1st HGF Alliance Week ‘Planetary Evolution and Life’, Berlin, Germany, 2008.
  48. Can Martians survive on Mars? M. F. Chaplin, Poster, London South Bank University Research Conference and Postgraduate Summer School, 2008.
  49. The chemical and physical properties of water, M. F. Chaplin, Invited lecture, 2nd HGF Alliance Week ‘Planetary Evolution and Life’, Berlin, Germany, 2009.
  50. Water and Ice, M. F. Chaplin, Invited lecture, 3rd International High Pressure Freezing Meeting, University College, London, 2011.
  51. Is water even more complex than we thought? M. F. Chaplin, Invited lecture, Second Scientific International Conference, 'Water and Nanomedicine', Academy of Sciences and Arts of Republic of Srpska, Banja Luka, 2011.
  52. Water and life, M. F. Chaplin, Invited lecture, First Summer School, 'Water and Nanomedicine', Academy of Sciences and Arts of Republic of Srpska, Banja Luka, 2011.
  53. Water in the cell, M. F. Chaplin, Invited lecture, Fifth Meeting on Chemistry & Life, Brno, Czech Republic, 2011; M. Chaplin, Water in the cell, Chem. Listy 105 (2011 ) s877.
  54. Liquid water: stranger than ever, M. F. Chaplin, Invited lecture, WINPTech 2011, Kobe, Japan, 2011.
  55. What happens to water at interfaces? M. F. Chaplin, Invited lecture, Kingston University, June 2012.
  56. Molecular models of water, M. F. Chaplin, Invited lecture/workshop, Colours of Water Festival, Menier Gallery, London, March 2013.
  57. What is liquid water, M. F. Chaplin, Invited lecture, Colours of Water Festival, Menier Gallery, London, March 2013.
  58. The importance of the unusual properties of liquid water, Martin Chaplin, Invited lecture, ISAA 2013, Foz do Iguaçu, Brazil, 2013. In Proceedings of the 10th International Symposium on Adjuvants for Agrochemicals ISAA 2013, pp 27-33.
  59. What you dont know about water, Martin Chaplin, Invited lecture, Science, in the pub, London, May 2013.
  60. Interfacial osmotic pressure, Martin Chaplin, Invited lecture, Aqua Incognita, Galileo 400 years on, The Florentine Debates, Florence, July 15-19, 2013.
  61. The science of liquid water? Martin Chaplin, Invited Plenary lecture, European Conference on Materials and Technologies for Sustainable Growth, Bled, Slovenia, Sept. 2013.
  62. Do we know what goes on at the surface of water? Martin Chaplin, Invited lecture, Workshop on 'Water at the Interface between Biology, Chemistry, Physics and Materials Sciences', International Center for Theoretical Physics, Trieste, Italy, Oct. 2015.
  63. Just how anomalous is interfacial water? Martin Chaplin, Invited lecture, Workshop on 'Water at Interfaces: from proteins to devices'. Erwin Schrödinger International Institute for Mathematics and Physics, Vienna, Austria, Nov. 2016.
  64. Water and hydration: properties of water; free, bound and structural water; effects of hydration on materials bulk and surface properties. Martin Chaplin, Invited Plenary lecture, Cryogenic Preparation and Imaging Strategies for Soft Matter in Materials Science, Queen Mary University of London, UK, Feb. 2017.
  65. The rebuttal of the ‘Fourth phase of water’ hypothesis with an osmotic hypothesis, Martin Chaplin, International Workshop WaterX, Maddalena Island, Italy, June, 2018 .

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