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Araujo, Robyn & McElwain, Sean (2006) The Role of Mechanical Host-Tumour Interactions in the Collapse of Tumour Blood Vessels and Tumour Growth Dynamics. Journal of Theoretical Biology, 238, pp. 817-827.
Araujo, Robyn & McElwain, Sean (2005) A Mixture Theory for the Genesis of Residual Stresses in Growing Tissues II: Solutions to the Biphasic Equations for a Multicell Spheroid. SIAM Journal on Applied Mathematics, 66(2), pp. 447-467.
Araujo, Robyn & McElwain, Sean (2005) The Nature of the Stresses Induced During Tissue Growth. Applied Mathematics Letters, 18(10), pp. 1081-1088.
McElwain, Sean & Araujo, Robyn (2005) A mixture theory for the genesis of residual stresses in growing tissues I : a general formulation. SIAM Journal on Applied Mathematics, 65(4), pp. 1261-1284.
McElwain, Sean & Araujo, Robyn (2004) A history of the study of solid tumour growth : the contribution of mathematical modelling. Bulletin of Mathematical Biology, 66(5), pp. 1039-1091.
McElwain, Sean & Araujo, Robyn (2004) New insights into vascular collapse and growth dynamics in solid tumors. Journal of Theoretical Biology, 228(3), pp. 335-346.
Araujo, Robyn & McElwain, Sean (2003) An Anisotropic Model of Vascular Tumor Growth: Implications for Vascular Collapse. In Bathe, K (Ed.) Computational Fluid and Solid Mechanics, 17 - 20 June 2003, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Cambridge, USA.
Araujo, Robyn & McElwain, Sean (2003) The Genesis of Residual Stresses and Vascular Collapse in Solid Tumours. In May, R & Blyth, W (Eds.) EMAC 2003 Proceedings, 9 - 11 July 2003, University of Technology, Sydney, New South Wales.
Araujo, Robyn Patrice (2003) Mathematical modelling of mechanical stresses and vascular collapse in solid tumours. PhD by Publication, Queensland University of Technology.