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26-Feb-2013Psychometric validation of the Self-Care Inventory-Revised (SCI-R) in UK adults with type 2 diabetes using data from the AT.LANTUS Follow-on studyKhagram, L.; Martin, C. R.; Davies, Melanie J.; Speight, J.Journal Article
2-May-2013EGF-induced centrosome separation promotes mitotic progression and cell survivalMardin, Balca R.; Isokane, Mayumi; Cosenza, Marco R.; Kräemer, Alwin; Ellenberg, Jan; Fry, Andrew M.; Schiebel, ElmarJournal Article
1-Dec-1997Mortality from venous thromboembolism among young women in Europe: no evidence for any effect of third generation oral contraceptivesFarmer, RDT; Newson, RB; MacRae, K; Lawrenson, RA; Tyrer, FJournal Article
1-Aug-1998Drug output from nebulizers is dependent on the method of measurementBarry, PW; O'Callaghan, CJournal Article
1-Oct-2000Identification of different chromatin classes in wheat using in situ hybridization with simple sequence repeat oligonucleotidesCuadrado, A; Schwarzacher, T; Jouve, NJournal Article
1-Dec-1990DETECTION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF 1B/1R TRANSLOCATIONS IN HEXAPLOID WHEATHESLOPHARRISON, JS; LEITCH, AR; SCHWARZACHER, T; ANAMTHAWATJONSSON, KJournal Article
1-Jan-1998Characterization of Triticum aestivum Psathyrostachys juncea derivatives by genomic in situ hybridizationZhou, R; Jia, J; Dong, Y; Schwarzacher, T; Reader, SM; Wu, S; Gale, MD; Miller, TEJournal Article
1-Apr-2009PACAP27 regulates ciliary function in primary cultures of rat brain ependymal cells (vol 42, pg 633, 2008)Monkkonen, KS; Hirst, RA; Laitinen, JT; O'Callaghan, CJournal Article
1-Dec-1990THE EDINBURGH COHORT OF HIV-POSITIVE DRUG-USERS - AUDITORY EVENT-RELATED POTENTIALS SHOW PROGRESSIVE SLOWING IN PATIENTS WITH CENTERS-FOR-DISEASE-CONTROL STAGE-IV DISEASEGOODWIN, GM; CHISWICK, A; EGAN, V; STCLAIR, D; BRETTLE, RPJournal Article
1-Jul-1990THE EDINBURGH COHORT OF HIV-POSITIVE DRUG-USERS - CURRENT INTELLECTUAL FUNCTION IS IMPAIRED, BUT NOT DUE TO EARLY AIDS DEMENTIA COMPLEXEGAN, VG; CRAWFORD, J; BRETTLE, RP; GOODWIN, GMJournal Article