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Klein, J.; Permana, P. A; Owecki,, M; Chaldakov, G. N.; Böhm, M; Hausman, G; Lapière, C. M.; Anatassova, P; Sowinski, J; Fasshauer, M.; Hausman, D. B.; Maquoi, E; Tonchev, A. B.; Peneva, V. N.; Vlachanov, K. P.; Fiore, M; Aloe, L; Slominski, A; Reardon, C. L.; Ryan, T. J. and Pond, C. M. (2007). What are subcutaneous adipocytes really good for…? Experimental Dermatology, 16(1) pp. 45–70.

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Pond, Caroline M. (2011). The evolution of mammalian adipose tissue. In: Symonds, Michael E. E. ed. Adipose Tissue Biology. New York: Springer, pp. 227–269.

Piller, Neil; Damstra, Robert; Cordero, Isabel Forner; Harvey, NNatasha and Pond, Caroline (2008). Lymphatic system function and obesity — are there links? Journal of Lymphoedema, 3(1) pp. 81–85.

Pond, Caroline M. (2007). Interactions of adipose and lymphoid tissues. In: Fantuzzi, Giamila and Mazzone, Theodore eds. Adipose tissue and adipokines in health and disease. Health and nutrition. Totowa N.J. USA: Humana Press Inc., pp. 133–150.

Pond, Caroline M. (2005). Adipose tissue and the immune system. Prostaglandins, Leukotrienes and Essential Fatty Acids, 73(1) pp. 17–30.

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Westcott, Edward D. A.; Mattacks, Christine A.; Windsor, Alastair C. J.; Knight, Stella C. and Pond, Caroline M. (2006). Perinodal adipose tissue and fatty acid composition of lymphoid tissues in patients with and without Crohn's Disease and their implications for the etiology and treatment of CD. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 1072(1) pp. 395–400.

Westcott, Edward; Windsor, Alastair; Mattacks, Christine; Pond, Caroline and Knight, Stella (2005). The fatty acid compositions of lipids in mesenteric adipose tissue and lymphoid cells in patients with and without Crohn's disease and their therapeutic implications. Inflammatory Bowel Diseases, 11(9) pp. 820–827.

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