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Dr Anthony Rostron
Dr David Cork
Vassillios Avlonitis
Professor Andrew Fisher
Professor John Dark
et al.
Contribution of Toll-Like Receptor Activation to Lung Damage After Donor Brain Death2010
Vassillios Avlonitis
Christopher Wigfield
Professor John Kirby
Professor John Dark
Treatment of the brain-dead lung donor with aprotinin and nitric oxide2010
Vassillios Avlonitis
Chris Wigfield
Dr Huw Golledge
Dr Anthony Rostron
Professor John Kirby
et al.
Brain stem auditory evoked response for confirmation of brain death in the rat2008
Dr Anthony Rostron
Vassillios Avlonitis
Dr David Cork
Danielle Grenade
Professor John Kirby
et al.
Hemodynamic Resuscitation With Arginine Vasopressin Reduces Lung Injury After Brain Death in the Transplant Donor2008
Dr Anthony Rostron
Vassillios Avlonitis
Dr David Cork
Professor John Dark
Professor John Kirby
et al.
The contribution of toll-like receptors (TLR) to brain death-induced donor lung inflammation2008
Vassillios Avlonitis
Chris Wigfield
Dr Huw Golledge
Professor John Kirby
Professor John Dark
et al.
Early hemodynamic injury during donor brain death determines the severity of primary graft dysfunction after lung transplantation2007
Dr Anthony Rostron
Vassillios Avlonitis
Professor John Kirby
Professor John Dark
Hemodynamic resuscitation of the brain-dead organ donor and the potential role of vasopressin2007
Dr Anthony Rostron
Vassillios Avlonitis
David Cork
Danielle Grenade
Professor John Kirby
et al.
Resuscitation of the brain dead organ donor with arginine vasopressin (AVP) - An alternative vasoconstrictor2007
Vassillios Avlonitis
Professor John Kirby
Professor John Dark
Donor treatment with nitric oxide does not improve reperfusion injury after transplantation of lungs damaged by brain death.2006
Vassillios Avlonitis
Dr Anthony Rostron
Professor John Kirby
Professor John Dark
The donor lung improves with time and aprotinin treatment after brain death2006
Vassillios Avlonitis
Professor John Kirby
Professor John Dark
Brain-death-related mechanisms of reperfusion injury after lung transplantation2005
Vassillios Avlonitis
Professor John Kirby
Professor John Dark
Early hemodynamic lung injury during donor brain death enhances reperfusion injury after lung transplantation2005
Vassillios Avlonitis
Professor John Kirby
Professor John Dark
The effect of time from donor brain death to retrieval on reperfusion injury after lung transplantation2005
Vassillios Avlonitis
Chris Wigfield
Professor John Kirby
Professor John Dark
The hemodynamic mechanisms of lung injury and systemic inflammatory response following brain death in the transplant donor2005
Vassillios Avlonitis
Chris Wigfield
Professor John Kirby
Professor John Dark
Elimination of the hemodynamic sequelae of brain death prevents systemic inflammatory response syndrome (SIRS) and acute lung injury (ALI) in the transplant donor2004
Vassillios Avlonitis
Dr Hazel Powell
Emeritus Professor Nick Europe-Finner
Professor Kate Gould
Professor John Dark
et al.
Bacterial colonization of the donor lower airways is a predictor of poor outcome in lung transplantation2003
Vassillios Avlonitis
Professor Andrew Fisher
Professor John Kirby
Professor John Dark
Pulmonary transplantation: The role of brain death in donor lung injury2003
Vassillios Avlonitis
Professor Derek Manas
Gary Cavanagh
David Talbot
The relevance of donor T cell-directed immunoglobulin G in historic sera in the age of flow cytometry2000