Published Work

J B L Bard

Authored books


Kaufman, M.H. & Bard, J.B.L. The anatomical basis of mouse development. Academic Press.


Bard, J.B.L. Morphogenesis: the cellular and molecular processes of developmental anatomy Cambridge University Press. (Revised paperback edition).


Bard, J.B.L. Morphogenesis: the cellular and molecular processes of developmental anatomy Cambridge University Press.

Websites of anatomical ontologies and informatics tools human developmental anatomy (Carnegie stages 1-20)

with M Kaufman, A Hunter mouse developmental anatomy (Theiler stages 1-23)

with M Kaufman, D Davidson, R Baldock The cross-anatomy web service

with B Webber, A Burger, S Aitken

Edited books and journals


Vize, P. Woolf, A. and Bard, J.B.L. The Kidney: from Normal Development to Congenital Disease. Academic Press.


Bard, J.B.L. Gene-Expression databases. Sem.Cell Dev. Biol., 8-5


Bard, J.B.L. and Lehtonen, E. Induction I: The mesenchyme. Sem. Cell Dev. Biol. 7-1

Bard, J.B.L. and Lehtonen, E. Induction II: Systems and signals. Sem. Dev. Biol. 7-2


Bard, J.B.L. A colour Atlas of developing Embryos. London: Wolfe Publishing.

Research Articles

Papers submitted for publication

Bard, J. Can acquired characteristics be inherited? Lamarckian evolution in the age of systems biology. Bioessays

Aitken, A., Dang, K. and Bard, J. A Grid Portal for Collaborative Ontology Development. Bioinformatics

Zouberakis M, Chandras C, Swertz M, Gruenberger M Bard J, Schughart S, Nadia Rosenthal S, Smedley D, M. Hancock J, Schofield P, Kollias G, Vassilis Aidinis V. Mouse Resource Browser (MRB) – A database of mouse databases. Database.

In press

Smedley D, Schofield P, Chen C-K, Aidinis V, Ainali C, Ashburner M, Bard J, Balling R, Birney E, Blake A, Bongcam-Rudloff E,. Brookes A J, Cesareni G, Eppig J, Flicek P, Gkoutos G, Greenaway S, Gruenberger M, Hériché J-K, Kollias G, Lyall A, Mallon A-M, Muddyman D, Reisinger F, Ringwald M, Rosenthal N, Schughart K, Swertz M, Thorisson G, Zouberakis M, Hancock J M. Does it do what it says on the tin? The CASIMIR Database Description Framework; metadata for interoperability. Nature Biotechnology


Aitken S, Chen Y, Bard J. OBO Explorer: an editor for Open Biomedical Ontologies in OWL. Bioinformatics: 24, 443-4.

Bard, J.B.L. (2008) Waddington’s legacy to developmental and theoretical biology. Biol. Theory., 3: 188-197.

Bard J, Lam M-S, Aitken S. A bioinformatics approach for identifying candidate transcriptional regulators of mesenchyme-to-epithelium transitions in mouse embryos. Dev. Dyn., 237:2748-54

Bard JBL, Malone J, Rayner TF, Parkinson H (2008). Minimal Anatomy Terminology (MAT): a species-independent terminology for anatomical mapping and retrieval. AEEI Conference, Toronto.

Bard, J.B.L. Anatomical ontologies for model animals. (2008) In Anatomy Ontologies for Bioinformatics. Editors: Burger, A., Davidson, D. and Baldock, R. Springer.

Burger, A and Bard, J.. XSPAN (2008). A Cross-Species Anatomy Network. In Anatomy Ontologies for Bioinformatics. Editors: Burger, A., Davidson, D. and Baldock, R. Springer.

Smedley D, Swertz MA, Wolstencroft K, Proctor G, Zouberakis M, Bard J, Hancock JM, Schofield P. Solutions for data integration in functional genomics: a critical assessment and case study. Brief Bioinform. 9:532-44.

Tapio S, Schofield PN, Adelmann C, Atkinson MJ, Bard JL, Bijwaard H, Birschwilks M, Dubus P, Fiette L, Gerber G, Gruenberger M, Quintanilla-Martinez L, Rozell B, Saigusa S, Warren M, Watson CR, Grosche B. Progress in updating the European Radiobiology Archives. Int J Radiat Biol. 84:930-6.


Bard, J. Systems Developmental Biology the use of ontologies in annotating models and in identifying gene function within and across species. Mammalian Genome, 8, 402-411

Smith B, Ashburner M, Bug W, Ceusters W, Goldberg L, Mungall C, Shah N, Jonathan Bard J, Eilbeck K, Leontis N, Rocca-Serra P, Rosse C, Ruttenberg A, Lewis S. The OBO Foundry: Remolding Biomedical Ontologies to Support Data Integration. Nature Biotechnology, 25 , 1251-1255.


Schofield, P.N., Bard, J.B.L., Rozell, B and Sundberg, J.P. Computational Pathology: challenges in the informatics of phenotype description in mutant mice. In Handbook on Genetically Engineered Mice (edit: John P. Sundberg and Tsutomu Ichiki). pp. 61-81 CRC press.

Parkinson, H. + 11 others. (2005). The SOFG Anatomy Entry List (SAEL): an annotation tool for functional genomics data. Comp. Funct. Genomics. 5, 521-4.


Bard, J.B.L. Anatomics: the intersection of anatomy and bioinformatics. J. Anatomy, 206, 1-16.

Bard, J.B.L, Rhee, S.Y. and Ashburner, M. An ontology for cell types. Genome Biol. 6, R21.1-5.

Aitken S, Korf R, Webber B, Bard J. COBrA: a bio-ontology editor. Bioinformatics. 21:825-6.

Schofield, P.N., Bard, J.B.L., Rozell, B., and Sundberg, J.P. (2005) Computational Pathology; challenges in the informatics of  phenotype description in  mutant mice. In: Sundberg, J.P and Ichiki, J. Eds. A handbook of genetically engineered mice. CRC Press Boca Raton. pp. 61-81


Bradford, I, Winter, W, Evans C and Bard J (2004) Human-mouse gene searcher: a tool to assist discovery of malformation-associated genes by using phenotype databases. Bioinformatics, Sept. 9, online access.

Aitken, J.S., Webber, B.L. and Bard, J.B.L.. (2003). Part-of relations in anatomy ontologies: a proposal for RDFS and OWL formalisations. Pacific Symposium in Bioinformatics, 9, 166-177.

Bard, J B L & Rhee S Y. Bio-ontologies and the linking of phenotypes to genotypes. Nature Review Genetics, 5, 213-222.

Schofield, P., Bard, J.B.L + 18 others Pathbase: A Database of Mutant Mouse Pathology. Nucleic Acid Res.. 32, D512-5.

Schofield PN, Bard JB, Boniver J, Covelli V, Delvenne P, Ellender M, Engstrom W, Goessner W, Gruenberger M, Hoefler H, Hopewell JW, Mancuso M, Mothersill C, Quintanilla-Martinez L, Rozell B, Sariola H, Sundberg JP, Ward A. Pathbase: a new reference resource and database for laboratory mouse pathology. Radiat Prot Dosimetry.,112, 525-8.


Hunter, A., Kaufman, M.H., McKay, A., Baldock, R., Simmen, M.W. and Bard, J.B.L. An ontology of human developmental anatomy. J. Anat., 203, 347-355.

Ramaesch, T. and Bard, J.B.L. The growth and morphogenesis of the early mouse mandible. J. Anat. 203, 213-222.

Bard, J.B.L.. Ontologies formalising biological knowledge for bioinformatics. BioEssays, 25, 501-6

Bard, J.B.L. The development of the metanephros. pp. 139-148. In The Kidney: from Normal Development to Congenital Disease. (editors: Vize, P. Woolf, A. and Bard, J.B.L.). Academic Press.

Sariola, H., Sainio, K. and Bard, J.B.L. The fates of the metanephric mesenchyme. pp. 181-193. In The Kidney: from Normal Development to Congenital Disease. (editors: Vize, P. Woolf, A. and Bard, J.B.L.). Academic Press.

Baldock RA, Bard JBL and 14 others. EMAP and EMAGE: a framework for understanding spatially organized data. Neuroinformatics. 1:309-25.


Foley, J and Bard, J.B.L. Apoptosis in the cortex of the developing mouse kidney. J. Anat. 2001, 477-484.

Bard, J.B.L. Growth and death in the developing mouse kidney: signals receptors and conversations. BioEssays, 24, 72-82.


Bard, J.B.L. Gordon, A., Sharp, L. and Sellers, W.I. Early nephron formation in the developing mouse kidney. J. Anat. 199, 385-392.

Baldock A Bard, J. B. L., Brune, R. M, Hill, W., Kaufman, M., Stark, M., Opstad, A., Smith, D., Waterhouse, A., Yang, Y. and Davidson, D. The Edinburgh Mouse Atlas: using the CD. Brief. Bioinformatics, 2, 159-169.

Bard, J.B.L. and Winter, R. Ontologies of Developmental Anatomy: their current and future roles. Brief. Bioinform. 2, 289-299.

Davidson, D.A., Bard, J.B.L., Kaufman, M.A., and Baldock, R.A. (2001). The Mouse Atlas Database: a community resource for mouse development. Tr. Genet., 17, 49-51.

Sariola, H. and Bard, J. Kidney Development. Encyclopedia of Life Sciences. London: Nature Publishing Group


McLaren, L., Boyle, S, Mason, J.O. and Bard, J.B.L. Mouse protein phosphatase inhibitor-1: genetic characterization and significance in mesothelial development. Mech. Dev.; 96, 237-41.

Curwen, V.A., Williams, G.W. and Bard, J.B.L. (2000). GHOST - A Gene Homology Online Search Tool. Tr. Genet., 16, 321-323.

Bard. J. Popper's philosophy of science: a practical tool for the working scientist. BioEssays, 22, 205

Bard, J.B.L. Holding your own: handling developments in developmental biology. HMS Beagle, 75.


Brune, R. M., Bard, J. B. L., Davidson, D., Dubreuil, C., Guest, E,. Hill, W., Kaufman, M., Stark*, M. and Baldock A. A Three-Dimensional Model of the Mouse Embryo at Theiler Stage 14. Dev. Biol., 216, 457-468

Bard, J.B.L. A Bioinformatics Approach to Investigating Developmental Pathways in the Kidney and Other Tissues. Int. J. Dev. Biol., 43, 397-403.

Gregory, K.E., Marsden, M.E., Anderson-Mackenzie, J., Bard, J.B.L., Brockner, P., Farjanel, J., Robins, S.P. and Hulmes, D.J.S. Abnormal collagen assembly, through normal phenotype, in alginate bead cultures of chick embryo chondrocytes, Exp. Cell. Res. 246, 98-107.

Verbeek, F.J., Lawson, K.A. and Bard, J.B.L. Developmental bioinformatics: linking genetic data to virtual embryos, Int. J. Dev. Biol., 43, 761-772.


Bard, J.B.L., Baldock, R.A, and Davidson, D.A. A bioinformatics approach to analysing the genetic networks of development. Genome Research. 8, 859-863

Bard, J.B.L., Kaufman, M.A., Dubreuil, C., Brune, R.M., Burger, A,. Baldock, R.A. and Davidson, D.A. (1998). An internet-accessible database of mouse developmental anatomy based on a systematic nomenclature. Mech. Dev., 74, 111-120.

Davidson, D,. Baldock, R., Bard, J. and Ringwald, M. (1998). Gene-expression databases in “In situ hybridization: a practical approach” (editor D. Wilkinson). Oxford: IRL Press.

Davies. J.A. and Bard, J.B.L. The development of the kidney. Curr. Topic. Dev. Biol., 39, 245-301.


Bard, J.B.L. Kuhnian revolutions in developmental biology. BioEssays, 18, 937.

Bard, J (1997). Making and filling gene-expression databases. Sem. Cell Dev. Biol., 8, 455-458.

Davidson, D., Bard, J., Brune, B. Burger, A., Dubreuil, C, Hill, W., Kaufman, M., Quinn, J., Stark, M. and Baldock, R. (1997). The mouse atlas and graphical gene-expression database. Sem. Cell Dev. Biol., 8, 489-498.


Bard, J.B.L. (1996). A new development role for the kidney stromal cells. BioEssays, 18, 705-707.

Bard, J.B.L. Do universities do too much research? BioEssays, 18, 1-2..

Bard, J.B.L. and Lehtonen, E. A century of induction. In Induction I: the mesenchyme.(editors. J.B.L. Bard and E. Lehtonen) pp. 65-66, Sem. Dev. Biol. 7-1.

Bard, J.B.L. and Lehtonen, E. The contemporary view of induction. In Induction II: systems and signals.(editors. J.B.L. Bard and E. Lehtonen) pp. 145-147, Sem. Dev. Biol. 7-2.

Bard, J.B.L., Davies, J.A. Karavanova I., Lehtonen, E. Sariola H. and Vainio S.. Kidney development: the inductive interactions. Sem. Cell Dev. Biol., 7, 195-202.

Bard, J.B.L. and Wedden, S.E. The molecular basis of mammalian development. In Scientific Essentials of Reproductive Medicine (Editors: S. Hilier, H.C. Kitchener & J.P. Nielson), pp.261-273. London: W.B. Saunders.

Davies, J.A. and Bard, J.B.L. Inductive interactions between the mesenchyme and the ureteric bud. Exp. Neph., 4, 77-85.

Davies. J.A. and Bard, J.B.L. The development of the kidney. Curr. Topic. Dev. Biol., 39, 245-301.

Kaufman, M.H., Brune, R.M., Baldock, R.A., Bard, J.B.L. and Davidson, D.. Computer-aided 3-D reconstruction of serially-sectioned mouse embryos: its use in integrating anatomical organisation. Int. J. Dev. Biol., 41, 223-233.


Bard, J.B.L. and Davies, J.A. Development, databases and the internet. BioEssays, 17, 999-1001.

Davies J.A., Brandli A.W., and Bard J.B.L (1996). The Kidney Development Database, http//mbisg2.

McConnell, J., Armstrong, J. & Bard, J.B.L. The mouse 14-3-3  isoform, a protein involved in early mesenchyme differentiation. Dev. Biol., 169, 218-228.


Bard, J.B.L. How should we train PhD students in the biosciences? BioEssays, 16, 529-530.

Bard, J.B.L. & Kaufman, M.H.. The mouse. In A colour Atlas of developing Embryos (editor J.B.L. Bard). pp. 183-206. London: Wolfe Publishing.

Bard, J.B.L., McConnell, J.E. & Davies, J.A. Towards a genetic basis for kidney development. Mech. Devel., 48, 3-11.

Kaufman, M.H. & Bard, J.B.L. An index of mouse developmental anatomy. In The Atlas of Mouse Development (Kaufman, M.H., 2nd printing), pp. 515-525. London: Academic Press.

Ringwald, M., Baldock, R., Bard, J., Kaufman, M., Eppig, J., Richardson, J.E., Nadeau. J. & Davidson, D. A database for mouse development. Science, 265, 2033-2044.


Armstrong, J., Kaufman, M.H., van Heyningen, V. & Bard, J.B.L. The extent to which embryonic kidney rudiment grown in syngeneic mice mimic the Wilms' Tumour phenotype. Exp. Nephrol.,1, 168-174.

Bard, J.B.L., Armstrong, J.F. & Bickmore, W.A. The Wilms' tumour gene, WT1. Exp. Nephrol., 1, 218-223.

Bard, J.B.L., Hulmes, D.J.S., Purdom, I.F. & Ross, A.S.A. The role of pH in controlling fibrillogenesis in the chick corneal stroma. J. Cell Sci., 105, 1045-1055.

Bard, J.B.L. & Ross, A.S.A. Using PEG sections to Screen Monoclonal Antibodies. In Polyethylene glycol as an embedment for microscopy and histochemistry. Editor K. Gao. pp. 61-70. CRC Press.

Davidson, D., Baldock, R., Bard, J. & Kaufman, M. The mouse in the machine. MRC News (Spring), 21-24.


Armstrong, J.F., Pritchard-Jones, K., Bickmore, W.A., Hastie, N.D. & Bard, J.B.L. The expression of the Wilms' tumour gene, WT1, in the developing mammalian embryo. Mech. Develop., 40, 85-97.

Bard, J.B.L. The development of the kidney: embryogenesis writ small. Curr. Opin. Gen. Dev. Biol., 2, 589-596.

Bard, J.B.L. The molecular basis of kidney development and childhood kidney disease. Arch. Dis. Child., 67, 983-984.

Baldock, R., Bard, J., Kaufman, M.H. & Davidson, D. (1992). A real mouse for your computer. BioEssays, 14, 501-502.

Bard, J.B.L. Acceptable and unacceptable models of liver regeneration in the rat. In Biological kinetics, pp. 336-348, edited by Segel, L., Cambridge University Press.

Bard, J.B.L. & Woolf, A. Nephrogenesis and the development of renal disease. Nephrology Dyalysis Transplantation, 7, 563-572.

Henery, C., Bard, J.B.L. & Kaufman, M.H. Tetraploidy in mice, embryonic cell number and the grain of the developmental map. Dev. Biol., 152, 233-241.


Bard, J.B.L. The morphogenetic toolkit. Interdis. Sci. Rev., 16, 214-224.

Bard, J.B.L. & Ross, A.S.A. The blocking of mouse nephron development in vitro by DIA/LIF, the ES-cell differentiation inhibitor. Development, 113, 193-198.

Bard, J.B.L. Drosophila gastrulation and cell rearrangement. BioEssays. 13, 409-411.


Bard, J.B.L. The role of extracellular matrix in development. In Connective Tissue Matrix II (editor: Hukins, D.), pp 11-43, Macmillan, U.K.

Bard, J.B.L. Traction and the formation of mesenchymal condensations in vivo. BioEssays, 12, 389-395.

Pritchard-Jones, K., Fleming, S., Davidson, D., Bickmore, W., Porteous, D., Gosden, C., Bard, J., Buckler, A., Pelletier, J., Housman, D., van Heyningen, V. & Hastie, N. The candidate Wilms' tumour gene is involved in genitourinary development. Nature, 346, 194-197.

Bard, J.B.L. The fifth day of creation. BioEssays,12, 303-306.


Bansal, M.H. & Ross, A.S.A. & Bard, J.B.L. Does chondroitin sulfate have a role to play in the morphogenesis of the chick primary stroma? Dev. Biol., 133, 185-195.


Bard, J.B.L. A Traction-Based Mechanism for Somitogenesis in the Chick. Rou. Arch. Dev. Biol., 197, 513-517.

Bard, J. B. L., Bansal, M.K. & Ross, A.S.A. The extracellular matrix of the developing cornea: diversity, deposition and function. In Thorogood, P. & Tickle, C. (eds), Craniofacial development. Development, 103 (sup.), 195-204.


Bard, J.B.L. & Bansal, M.H. The Morphogenesis of the Chick Primary Corneal Stroma. I: New observations on collagen organisation in vivo help explain stromal deposition and growth. Development, 108, 443-454.

Bard, J.B.L. & Kratochwil, K. Corneal morphogenesis in the Mov13, mutant mouse is characterised by normal cellular organization but disordered and thin collagen. Development, 101, 547-555.


Bard, J.B.L. & Elsdale, T.R. Growth regulation in multilayered cultures of human diploid fibroblasts: the roles of contact, movement and Matrix production. Cell Tiss. Kinet., 19, 141-154.

Bard, J.B.L. & Ross, A.S.A. An improved, Polyethylene-glycol immunohistological technique for preserving both the morphology and the antigenicity of soft, hydrated tissue. J. Histochem. Cytochem. 34, 1237-1241.

Aplin, J.D., Campbell, S., Donnai, P., Bard, J.B.L. & Allan, T.D. Importance of vitamin C in maintenance of the normal amnion. Placenta 7, 377-389.


Bard, J.B.L. and French, V., Butterfly wing patterns: how good a determining mechanism is the simple diffusion of a single molecule?. JEEM, 84, 255-274.

Campbell, S. and Bard, J.B.L. The acellular stroma of the chick cornea inhibits melanogenesis of the neural-crest-derived cells that colonise it. JEEM, 86, 143-154.


Bard, J.B.L. The cellular origins of tissue organization in animal embryos. In The Developmental Biology of Plants and Animals edited by Graham, C. & Waring, P., 265-289 (Blackwells, Oxford).

Bard, J.B.L., The significance and origin of zebra stripes. Kos, 6, 91-103.


Bard, J.B.L., McBride, W.H. & Ross, A. The morphology of hyaluronidase-sensitive cell coats as seen in the SEM after freeze drying. J. cell Sci., 62,371-383.

Medina-Gomez, P. & Bard, J.B.L. Analysis of normal and abnormal amniotic fluid cells in vitro by cinemicrography. Antenatal Diagnosis, 3, 311-326

Randall, C.J., Wilson, M.A., Pollock, B.J., Clayton, R.M., Ross, A.S.A., Bard, J.B.L. & McLachlan, I. Partial retinal dysplasia and subsequent degeneration in a mutant strain of domestic fowl (rdd). Exp. Eye Res., 37, 337-347.


Bard, J.B.L. A membrane-carrier mechanism for generating new sources and sinks within gradient-controlled tissue - its application to regeneration in Oncopeltus. J. theoret. Biol., 94, 689-708.

Bard, J.B.L. & Ross, A.S.A. The morphogenesis of the ciliary body of the avian eye. I: Lateral detachment facilitates epithelial folding. Develop. Biol., 92, 73-86.

Bard, J.B.L. & Ross, A.S.A. The morphogenesis of the ciliary body of the avian eye. II: Differential enlargement causes an epithelium to buckle. Develop. Biol., 92, 87-96.


Bard, J.B.L. A model generating aspects of zebra and other mammalian coat patterns. J. theor. Biol., 93, 363-385.

Woodruff, M., Bard,J., Ross, A. & Forbes, G. Cellular basis for the loss of carcinogen from methylcolanthrene-impregnated millipore membranes. Proc. R. Soc., 211, 269-286.


Bard, J.B.L. Acceptable and unacceptable models of liver regeneration in the rat. In Mathematical Models in Biology, 336-348, edited by Segel, L. (C.U.P.).


Bard, J.B.L. Epithelial-fibroblastic interactions in cultures grown from human embryonic kidney. Their significance for morphogenesis in vivo. J. Cell Sci., 39, 291-298.

Bard, J.B.L. A quantitative theory of liver regeneration. II: Matching an improved mitotic inhibitor model to the data. J. theor. Biol., 79, 121-136.

Bard, J.B.L. & Abbott, A.S. A matrix of glycosaminoglycans in the anterior chambers of chick and Xenopus embryonic eyes. Dev. Biol., 68, 472-486.

Bard, J.B.L. & Presser,M. The construction and evolution of DNA sequences having the same doublet ratios as those of non-satellite, mammalian DNA. J. theor. Biol., 76, 181-204.

McBride, W.H. & Bard, J.B.L. Thick, hyaluronidase-sensitive coats on tumour cells: their ability to block lymphocyte-mediated cytolysis. J. exp. Med., 149 , 507-515.


Bard, J.B.L. A quantitative model of liver regeneration in the rat. J. theoret Biol., 73, 509-530.


Bard, J.B.L. A unity underlying the different zebra striping patterns. J. Zoology, 183, 527-539.

Bard, J.B.L. & Higginson, K. Fibroblast-collagen interactions in the formation of the secondary stroma of the chick cornea. J. cell Biol., 74, 816-829.


Bard, J.B.L. Fibroblast organization in the developing avian corneal stroma. J. cell Biol., 70i, 337a.


Bard, J.B.L., Hay, E.D. & Meller, S.M. Formation of corneal endothelium; a study of cell movement in vivo. Develop. Biol., 42, 334-361.

Bard, J.B.L. & Hay, E.D. The behaviour of fibroblasts from the developing avian cornea: their morphology and movement in situ and in vitro. J. cell Biol., 67, 400-418.

Elsdale, T.R. & Bard, J.B.L. Is stickiness of the upper surface of an attached epithelium in culture an indicator of functional insufficiency? J. cell Biol., 66, 218-219.


Bard, J.B.L. & Lauder, I. How well does Turings theory of morphogenesis work? J. theoret. Biol., 45, 501-532.

Bard, J.B.L. & Wright, M.O. The membrane potentials of fibroblasts in different environments. J. cell Physiol., 84, 141-146.

Elsdale, T.R. & Bard, J.B.L. Cellular interactions in the morphogenesis of epithelial-mesenchymal systems. J. cell Biol., 63, 343-348.


Bard, J.B.L. How homeostasis may be mediated by chalones. Nat. Canc. Inst. Mon., 38, 217-224.

Bard, J.B.L. & Chapman, J.A. Diameters of collagen fibrils grown in vitro. Nature (new biol.), 246, 83-84.

Bard, J.B.L. & Elsdale, T.R. The three-dimensional culturing of fibroblasts. In Biology of fibroblasts (Kulonen, E. & Pikkarainen, J. editors), 209-211 (Academic Press).


Elsdale, T.R. & Bard, J.B.L. Cellular interactions in mass cultures of human diploid fibroblasts. Nature, 236, 152-155.

Elsdale, T.R. & Bard, J.B.L. Collagen substrata for studies on cell behaviour. J. cell Biol., 54, 626-637.

Bard, J.B.L. A comment on homeostatic mechanisms. J. theoret. Biol. 37, 385-386.


Bard, J.B.L. & Elsdale, T.R. Specific growth regulation in early subcultures of human diploid fibroblasts. In Regulation of growth in cell cultures (CIBA Symp., Wolstenholme, G. & Knight, J., editors), 187-206, Churchill (London).


Steven, F.S., Jackson, D.S., Scholfield, J.D. & Bard, J.B.L. Polymeric collagen isolated from the human intestinal submucosa. Gut, 10, 484-487.


Bard, J.B.L. & Chapman, J.A. Polymorphism in collagen fibrils precipitated at low pH. Nature, 219, 1279-1280.

Manaagement Publications

Bard, J.B.L. (1983). Rayner review of selected support services and their management in MRC establishments. A report to the secretary of the MRC (House of Commons Library).

Bard, J.B.L. (1983). An integrated system for costing research in the MRC. Internal MRC document.

Bard, J.B.L. (1993). Implementing the INFORM project and updating research management in MRC establishments. Internal MRC document.