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Browsing publications by Emeritus Professor John Harris.

Newcastle AuthorsTitleYearFull text
Lucy Gorman
Dr Sarah Judge
Emeritus Professor John Harris
Dr Gary Caldwell
Lesser weever fish (Echiichthys vipera Cuvier, 1829) venom is cardiotoxic but not haemorrhagic2021
Emeritus Professor John Harris
Dr Kui Zhang
Dr Anh Phan
Cold plasma assisted decomposition of alcohols2020
Emeritus Professor John Harris
Dr Anh Phan
Dr Kui Zhang
Cold plasma catalysis as a novel approach for valorisation of untreated waste glycerol2018
Emeritus Professor John Harris
Bites by the Monocled Cobra, Naja kaouthia, in Chittagong Division, Bangladesh: Epidemiology, clinical features of envenoming and management of 70 identified cases2017
Tracey Davey
Emeritus Professor John Harris
Equine grass sickness, but not botulism, causes autonomic and enteric neurodegeneration and increases soluble N-ethylmaleimide-sensitive factor attachment receptor protein expression within neuronal perikarya2016
Emeritus Professor John Harris
David Lawrence
Hot Baths and Cold Minds: Neuroscience, Mind Reading, and Mind Misreading2015
Dr Marzena Kurzawa-Akanbi
Professor Ian McKeith
Professor Patrick Chinnery
Dr Christopher Morris
Emeritus Professor John Harris
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A Multicenter Study of Glucocerebrosidase Mutations in Dementia With Lewy Bodies2013
Emeritus Professor John Harris
Tracey Davey
Secreted Phospholipases A2 of Snake Venoms: Effects on the Peripheral Neuromuscular System with Comments on the Role of Phospholipases A2 in Disorders of the CNS and Their Uses in Industry2013
Tracey Davey
Emeritus Professor John Harris
Neuromuscular toxicology of the venom of Collett's snake (Pseudechis colletti): A histopathological study2011
Karina Fontana
Dr Kathryn White
Emeritus Professor John Harris
Morphological changes in murine skeletal muscle in response to exercise and mesterolone2010
Emeritus Professor John Harris
Snake bite in Chittagong Division, Bangladesh: A study of bitten patients who developed no signs of systemic envenoming2010
Thalita Rocha
Emeritus Professor John Harris
The greater black krait (Bungarus niger), a newly recognized cause of neuro-myotoxic snake bite envenoming in Bangladesh2010
Emeritus Professor John Harris
Professor John Simpson
The Major Solvent in Agricultural Dimethoate Preparations is Essential for Toxicity in Minipigs [abstract]2010
Thalita Rocha
Emeritus Professor John Harris
The neurotoxicological effects of mastoparan Polybia-MPII at the murine neuromuscular junction: an ultrastructural and immunocytochemical study2009
Emeritus Professor John Harris
Ultrastructural evidence for the uptake of a neurotoxic snake venom phospholipase A2 into mammalian motor nerve terminals2009
Emeritus Professor John Harris
Identity, developmental restriction and reactivity of extralaminar cells capping mammalian neuromuscular junctions2008
Emeritus Professor John Harris
Neurotoxicity of ammodytoxin A in the envenoming bites of vipera ammodytes ammodytes2008
Emeritus Professor John Harris
Neuron to nerve terminals:aspects of neuropathology and neurotoxicology2006
Emeritus Professor John Harris
An unhelpful decision [6]2005
Surisak Prasarnpun
Suad Awad
Emeritus Professor John Harris
Envenoming bites by kraits: The biological basis of treatment-resistant neuromuscular paralysis2005
Emeritus Professor John Harris
Pretreatment Interactions Study2005
Emeritus Professor John Harris
Dr Ajith Goonetilleke
Animal poisons and the nervous system: What the neurologist needs to know2004
Emeritus Professor John Harris
Dr Ajith Goonetilleke
Animal poisons and the nervous system: what the neurologist needs to know2004
Dr Ajith Goonetilleke
Emeritus Professor John Harris
Clostridial neurotoxins2004
Dr Ajith Goonetilleke
Emeritus Professor John Harris
Clostridial neurotoxins2004
Emeritus Professor John Harris
Professor Peter Blain
Neurotoxicology: What the neurologist needs to know2004
Emeritus Professor John Harris
Professor Peter Blain
Neurotoxicology: What the neurologist needs to know2004
Surisak Prasarnpun
Emeritus Professor John Harris
β-bungarotoxin-induced depletion of synaptic vesicles at the mammalian neuromuscular junction2004
Emeritus Professor John Harris
Dr Ruth Vater
Dr Michael Cullen
Muscle fibre breakdown in venom-induced muscle degeneration2003
Emeritus Professor John Harris
Myotoxic phospholipases A2 and the regeneration of skeletal muscles2003
Dr Ajith Goonetilleke
Emeritus Professor John Harris
Envenomation and consumption of poisonous seafood2002
Emeritus Professor John Harris
Emeritus Professor Tim Cawston
Musculoskeletal pharmacology2001
Emeritus Professor John Harris
The neurotoxicity of the venom phospholipases A2, notexin and taipoxin2000
Emeritus Professor John Harris
Nerve terminal damage by beta-bungarotoxin - Its clinical significance1999