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Dr Ben Allardyce

STAFF PROFILE

Position

Research Fellow (Grade 2)

Faculty

Instit for Frontier Materials

Department

Instit for Frontier Materials

Campus

Geelong Waurn Ponds Campus

Contact

ben.allardyce@deakin.edu.au
+61 3 522 72436

Publications

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2017

Glycerol-plasticised silk membranes made using formic acid are ductile, transparent and degradation-resistant

B Allardyce, R Rajkhowa, R Dilley, S Redmond, M Atlas, X Wang

(2017), Vol. 80, pp. 165-173, Materials science and engineering: C, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1

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2016

The impact of degumming conditions on the properties of silk films for biomedical applications

B Allardyce, R Rajkhowa, R Dilley, M Atlas, J Kaur, X Wang

(2016), Vol. 86, pp. 275-287, Textile research journal, London, Eng., C1

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Functionality of nano and 3D-microhierarchical TiO? particles as coagulants for sericin extraction from the silk degumming wastewater

E Pakdel, J Wang, B Allardyce, R Rajkhowa, X Wang

(2016), Vol. 170, pp. 92-101, Separation and purification technology, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1

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Comparative acoustic performance and mechanical properties of silk membranes for the repair of chronic tympanic membrane perforations

B Allardyce, R Rajkhowa, R Dilley, Z Xie, L Campbell, A Keating, M Atlas, M von Unge, X Wang

(2016), Vol. 64, pp. 65-74, Journal of thev mechanical behavior of biomedical materials, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1

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2015

A glycosyl hydrolase family 16 gene is responsible for the endogenous production of ?-1,3-glucanases within decapod crustaceans

S Linton, M Cameron, M Gray, J Donald, R Saborowski, M von Bergen, J Tomm, B Allardyce

(2015), Vol. 569, pp. 203-217, Gene, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1

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2013

Synergistic interaction of an endo-?-1,4-glucanase and a ?-glucohydrolase leads to more efficient hydrolysis of cellulose-like polymers in the gecarcinid land crab, Gecarcoidea natalis

B Allardyce, S Linton

(2013), Vol. 60, pp. 299-302, Australian journal of zoology, Melbourne, Vic., C1

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2012

Characterisation of cellulose and hemicellulose digestion in land crabs with special reference to Gecarcoidea natalis

B Allardyce, S Linton

(2012), Vol. 59, pp. 380-391, Australian journal of zoology, Collingwood, Vic, C1-1

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2010

Functional morphology of the gastric mills of carnivorous, omnivorous, and herbivorous land crabs

B Allardyce, S Linton

(2010), Vol. 271, pp. 61-72, Journal of Morphology, New York, N.Y., C1

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The last piece in the cellulase puzzle : the characterisation of ?-glucosidase from the herbivorous gecarcinid land crab Gecarcoidea natalis

B Allardyce, S Linton, R Saborowski

(2010), Vol. 213, pp. 2950-2957, Journal of experimental biology, Cambridge, England, C1

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2009

Food utilisation and digestive ability of aquatic and semi-terrestrial crayfishes, Cherax destructor and Engaeus sericatus (Astacidae, Parastacidae)

S Linton, B Allardyce, W Hagen, P Wencke, R Saborowski

(2009), Vol. 179, pp. 493-507, Journal of comparative physiology B, Berlin, Germany, C1

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2008

Purification and characterisation of endo-?-1,4-glucanase and laminarinase enzymes from the gecarcinid land crab Gecarcoidea natalis and the aquatic crayfish Cherax destructor

B Allardyce, S Linton

(2008), Vol. 211, pp. 2275-2287, Journal of experimental biology, Cambridge, England, C1

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Funded Projects at Deakin

Australian Competitive Grants

Engineering a silk fibroin based ear drum with optimum acoustic properties

Prof Xungai Wang, Dr Rangam Rajkhowa, Dr Robert Marano, Prof Marcus Atlas, Dr Ben Allardyce

ARC Linkage - Projects Rnd 2

  • 2015: $66,906
  • 2014: $118,494
  • 2013: $116,114
  • 2012: $108,120
  • 2011: $51,803

Industry and Other Funding

Engineering a silk fibroin based ear drum with optimum acoustic properties

Prof Xungai Wang, Dr Rangam Rajkhowa, Dr Robert Marano, Prof Marcus Atlas, Dr Ben Allardyce

  • 2015: $30,040
  • 2014: $12,500
  • 2013: $33,392
  • 2012: $66,858

Supervisions

No completed student supervisions to report