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2013Structural and population-based evaluations of TBC1D1 p.Arg125TrpRichardson, T.; Thomas, E.; Sessions, R.; Lawlor, D.; Tavaré, J.; Day, I.
2013Maculatin 1.1 disrupts staphylococcus aureus lipid membranes via a pore mechanismSani, M.; Whitwell, T.; Gehman, J.; Robins-Browne, R.; Pantarat, N.; Attard, T.; Reynolds, E.; O'Brien-Simpson, N.; Separovic, F.
2013Cellular uptake of the antitumor agent Dp44mT occurs via a carrier/receptor-mediated mechanismsMerlot, A.; Pantarat, N.; Menezes, S.; Sahni, S.; Richardson, D.; Kalinowski, D.
2013A new orthosis reduces pain and mechanical forces in prone position in women with augmented or natural breast tissue: a pilot studyArmstrong, S.; Ried, K.; Sali, A.; McLaughlin, P.
2013A gene-centric analysis of activated partial thromboplastin time and activated protein C resistance using the HumanCVD focused genotyping arrayGaunt, T.; Lowe, G.; Lawlor, D.; Casas, J.; Day, I.
2013Conventional concepts and new perspectives for understanding the addictive properties of inhalantsDuncan, J.R.; Lawrence, A.J.
2013Prostaglandin D2 in inflammatory arthritis and its relation with synovial fluid dendritic cellsMoghaddami, M.; Ranieri, E.; James, M.; Fletcher, J.; Cleland, L.
2013Phase II single arm open label multicentre clinical trial to evaluate the efficacy and side effects of a combination of gefitinib and methotrexate to treat tubal ectopic pregnancies (GEM II): study protocolHorne, A.; Skubisz, M.; Doust, A.; Duncan, W.; Wallace, E.; Critchley, H.; Johns, T.; Norman, J.; Bhattacharya, S.; Mollison, J.; Rassmusen, M.; Tong, S.
2013A randomized controlled trial of fallopian tube sperm perfusion compared with standard intrauterine insemination for women with non-tubal infertilityFarquhar, C.; Brown, J.; Arroll, N.; Gupta, D.; Boothroyd, C.; Al Bassam, M.; Moir, J.; Johnson, N.
2013UK-born Pakistani-origin infants are relatively more adipose than white British infants: findings from 8704 mother-offspring pairs in the born-in-Bradford prospective birth cohortWest, J.; Lawlor, D.; Fairley, L.; Bhopal, R.; Cameron, N.; McKinney, P.; Sattar, N.; Wright, J.