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Dr Hannah Elliott
Dr Hannah Walden
The Effects of Being in a "New Relationship" on Levels of Testosterone in Men2015
Dr Anders Andreasson
Danai Karamanou
Dr John Perry
Dr Hannah Walden
Stephen Clark
et al.
The effect of ex vivo lung perfusion on microbial load in human donor lungs2014
Daniel Farrelly
Dr Hannah Elliott
Dr Hannah Walden
Competitors Who Choose to Be Red Have Higher Testosterone Levels2013
Dr Graeme O'Boyle
Christopher Fox
Dr Hannah Walden
Dr Joe Willet
Dr Emily Mavin
et al.
Chemokine receptor CXCR3 agonist prevents human T-cell migration in a humanized model of arthritic inflammation2012
Dr Hannah Walden
Dr Abigail Vallance
Danai Karamanou
Christopher Fox
Dr Anthony Rostron
et al.
The Alarmin HMGB1 Is an Inflammatory Mediator in Brain Death Induced Lung Damage2011
Dr Hannah Walden
Danai Karamanou
Christopher Fox
Dr Anthony Rostron
Professor John Kirby
et al.
Evaluation of secretory leucoprotease inhibitor (SLPI) as an anti-inflammatroy therapy for donor lung inflammation2010
Dr Abigail Vallance
Dr Hannah Walden
Danai Karamanou
Christopher Fox
Dr Anthony Rostron
et al.
Investigating HMGB1 as a potential inflammatory mediator in brain death induced lung damage2010
Dr Laura Mackay
Dr Hannah Walden
Aaron Gardner
Dr Lee Borthwick
Professor Andrew Fisher
et al.
Microvascular endothelial cell apoptosis and dysregulation of vascular endothelial growth factor receptor 2 (VEGF-R2) in response to cigarette smoke. New insights into the pathogenesis of emphysema2010
Danai Karamanou
Dr Hannah Walden
Stephen Clark
Emeritus Professor Nick Europe-Finner
Professor John Dark
et al.
The Effect of Ex-Vivo Perfusion on the Inflammatory Profile of the Donor Lung2010
Danai Karamanou
Dr John Perry
Dr Hannah Walden
Emeritus Professor Nick Europe-Finner
Katherine Gould
et al.
The Effect of Ex-Vivo Perfusion on the Microbiological Profile of the Donor Lung2010
Dr Jeremy Palmer
Dr Hannah Walden
Professor John Kirby
Professor David Jones
680: Incorporation of 6-bromohexanoic acid (6BH) into cellular pyruvate dehydrogenase complex (PDC): Further evidence for generation of an autoimmunogenic neoantigen in primary billary cirrhosis (PBC)2009
Danai Karamanou
Dr Hannah Walden
Stephen Clark
Emeritus Professor Nick Europe-Finner
Professor John Dark
et al.
The effect of ex vivo lung perfusion on proinflammatory and anti-inflammatory cytokines in the human lung2009
Dr Hannah Walden
Professor John Kirby
Professor Steve Yeaman
Dr Joseph Gray
Professor David Jones
et al.
Xenobiotic Incorporation into Pyruvate Dehydrogenase Complex Can Occur Via the Exogenous Lipoylation Pathway2008
Dr Hannah Walden
Dr Jeremy Palmer
Professor John Kirby
Dr Stuart Kendrick
Professor David Jones
et al.
Substrate promiscuity in the pyruvate dehydrogenase complex (PDC) lipoylation pathway: Xenobiotic incorporation as a potential mechanism for the pathogenesis of primary biliary cirrhosis (PBC)2007
Dr Hannah Walden
Professor Cam Donaldson
Priority setting in health authorities: a novel approach to a historical activity2003