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Dr Jess Dyson
Dr Nina Wilson
Dr Laura Jopson
Samantha Ducker
Dr Deborah Stocken
et al.
The inter-relationship of symptom severity and quality of life in 2055 patients with primary biliary cholangitis2016
Dr Colin Muirhead
Emeritus Professor Oliver James
Samantha Ducker
Dr Richard McNally
Does primary biliary cirrhosis cluster in time?2015
Dr Jess Dyson
Dr Laura Jopson
Samantha Ducker
Professor David Jones
Age at Presentation and Gender are Predictors of Increased Mortality Over Long-Term Follow-Up in Primary Biliary Cirrhosis (PBC)2014
Dr Richard McNally
Dr Peter James
Samantha Ducker
Emeritus Professor Oliver James
No Rise in Incidence but Geographical Heterogeneity in the Occurrence of Primary Biliary Cirrhosis in North East England2014
Dr Jess Dyson
Dr Laura Jopson
Samantha Ducker
Professor David Jones
The Impact of Age at Presentation on Symptoms in Primary Biliary Cirrhosis2014
Greta Pells
Samantha Ducker
Dr Jeremy Palmer
Professor Julia Newton
Dacia Jones
et al.
Patient Impact of Inflammation in Primary Biliary Cirrhosis (PBC): Inflammatory Cytokine Levels are Elevated but Unrelated to Fatigue Severity2013
Greta Pells
Professor Julia Newton
Samantha Ducker
Professor David Jones
Sex and Age Are Determinants of the Clinical Phenotype of Primary Biliary Cirrhosis and Response to Ursodeoxycholic Acid2013
Greta Pells
Professor Julia Newton
Samantha Ducker
Professor David Jones
The impact of liver transplantation on the phenotype of primary biliary cirrhosis patients in the UK-PBC cohort2013
Professor Julia Newton
Samantha Ducker
Professor David Jones
The impact of primary biliary cirrhosis on perceived quality of life: The UK-PBC national study2013
Professor Heather Cordell
Samantha Ducker
Dr Peter Donaldson
Professor David Jones
Dense fine-mapping study identifies new susceptibility loci for primary biliary cirrhosis2012
Professor Heather Cordell
Samantha Ducker
Dr Peter Donaldson
Professor David Jones
Dense fine-mapping study identifies novel disease loci and implicates coding and non-coding variation in primary Mary cirrhosis risk2012
Professor Heather Cordell
Dr Peter Donaldson
Samantha Ducker
Professor David Jones
Genome-wide association study identifies 12 new susceptibility loci for primary biliary cirrhosis2011
Dr Richard McNally
Dr Peter James
Samantha Ducker
Emeritus Professor Oliver James
Seasonal variation in the diagnosis of primary biliary cirrhosis: further evidence for an environmental component to etiology2011
Dr Martin Prince
Samantha Ducker
Emeritus Professor Oliver James
Case-control studies of risk factors for primary biliary cirrhosis in two United Kingdom populations2010
Professor Heather Cordell
Samantha Ducker
Dr Peter Donaldson
Professor David Jones
Validation of the north american genome-wide association study of primary biliary cirrhosis and identification of additional genetic susceptibility loci in a British cohort2010
Dr Richard McNally
Samantha Ducker
Emeritus Professor Oliver James
Are Transient Environmental Agents Involved in the Cause of Primary Biliary Cirrhosis? Evidence from Space-Time Clustering Analysis2009
Emeritus Professor Oliver James
Samantha Ducker
Dr Martin Prince
Case control studies support the association of environmental and genetic risk factors with primary biliary cirrhosis2005
Emeritus Professor Oliver James
Samantha Ducker
Dr Martin Prince
Environmental and Genetic Associations with Primary Billiary Cirrhosis. Results of Large, Community Based Case Control Study in the UK2005