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Name:   Maureen E Callow
Affiliation:  Senior Research Fellow, School of Biosciences, University of Birmingham
Degree(s):  Ph.D., University of Sheffield, Botany, 1970
 B.Sc., University of Sheffield, Botany, 1966
Communities:  Cellular Biochemistry, Molecular Biochemistry, Biochemistry, Biological Science, Biomedical Science
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125 Departmental Colleagues
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Maureen Callow is a leading expert in the area of biofouling (deterioration of artificial surfaces through the attachment of organisms), in particular fouling of ships’ hulls by algae. In recent years, research has fo .....


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"The control of marine biofouling on xerogel surfaces with nanometer-scale topography." Biofouling 27, No. 2 2011, pp. 137-49.
GunariNikhil; BrewerLenora H; BennettStephanie M; SokolovaAnastasiya; KrautNadine D; FinlayJohn A; MeyerAnne E; WalkerGilbert C; WendtDean E; CallowMaureen E; CallowJames A; BrightFrank V; DettyMichael R
From Abstract:
) and tetraethoxysilane (TEOS) gave xerogel surfaces of varying topography. The 1:49:50 C18/C8/TEOS xerogel formed... xerogel was observed by IR microscopy. Immersion in ASW for 48 h gave no statistical difference in surface energy for the 1:49:50 C18/C8/TEOS xerogel and a significant increase for the 50:50 C8/TEOS

"The control of marine biofouling on xerogel surfaces with nanometer-scale topography" Biofouling 26, No. 7 2010.
GunariNikhil; BrewerLenora H.; BennettStephanie M.; SokolovaAnastasiya; KrautNadine D.; FinlayJohn A.; MeyerAnne E.; WalkerGilbert C.; WendtDean E.; CallowMaureen E.; CallowJames A.; BrightFrank V.; DettyMichael R.
From Abstract:
) and tetraethoxysilane (TEOS) gave xerogel surfaces of varying topography. The 1:49:50 C18/C8/TEOS xerogel formed... xerogel was observed by IR microscopy. Immersion in ASW for 48 h gave no statistical difference in surface energy for the 1:49:50 C18/C8/TEOS xerogel and a significant increase for the 50:50 C8/TEOS

"Combinatorial materials research applied to the development of new surface coatings IX: An investigation of novel antifouling/fouling-release coatings containing quaternary ammonium salt groups" Biofouling 24, No. 3 2008, pp. 185-200.
MajumdarPartha; LeeElizabeth; PatelNehal; WardKaley; StafslienShane J.; DanielsJustin; ChisholmBret J.; BoudjoukPhilip; CallowMaureen E.; CallowJames A.; ThompsonStephanie E M
From Abstract:
) moieties were investigated for potential application as environmental-friendly coatings to control marine biofouling. A combinatorial/high-throughput approach was applied to the investigation to enable... prepared and characterized using surface characterization techniques and biological assays

"A review of fouling in freshwaters, Biofouling, 7, 313-327, 1993" 1993.
CallowM. E.

"Resistance of galactoside-terminated alkanethiol self-assembled monolayers to marine fouling organisms." ACS applied materials & interfaces 3, No. 10 2011, pp. 3890-901.
EderthThomas; EkbladTobias; PettittMichala E; ConlanSheelagh L; DuChun-Xia; CallowMaureen E; CallowJames A; MuttonRobert; ClareAnthony S; D'SouzaFraddry; DonnellyGlen; BruinAnouk; WillemsenPeter R; SuXueju J; WangSu; ZhaoQi; HederosMarkus; KonradssonPeter; LiedbergBo
From Abstract:
onto the partially methylated galactoside surface was partly reproduced in the marine fouling assays... for resistance to the attachment and adhesion of a range of marine species, in order to clarify to what extent...-substituted methyl- and hydroxyl-terminated alkanethiols with wetting properties and surface ratio
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