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Dr Rashmi Manning
Dr Marie Smith
Barbara Innes
Elaine Stamp
Dr Judith Bulmer
et al.
Predictive value of cervical cytokine, antimicrobial and microflora levels for pre-term birth in high-risk women2019
Dr Andrew Robson
Dr Gendie Lash
Barbara Innes
Professor Stephen Robson
Dr Judith Bulmer
et al.
Uterine natural killer cells mediate dedifferentiation of spiral artery vascular smooth muscle cells in early human pregnancy2019
Sourina Biswas Shivhare
Dr Judith Bulmer
Barbara Innes
Dr Gendie Lash
Endometrial vascular development in heavy menstrual bleeding: altered spatio-temporal expression of endothelial cell markers and extracellular matrix components2018
Dr Rachel Botting
Emily Stephenson
Dr Ben Barron-Millar
Barbara Innes
Dr Rebecca Payne
et al.
Single-cell reconstruction of the early maternal-fetal interface in humans2018
Barbara Innes
Elaine Stamp
Dr Judith Bulmer
Professor Stephen Robson
Dr Gendie Lash
et al.
Are cervical cytokines, antimicrobials and microflora associated with pre-term birth in high-risk women?2016
Dr Gendie Lash
Hedele Pitman
Barbara Innes
Dr Judith Bulmer
Decidual macrophages: key regulators of vascular remodeling in human pregnancy2016
Kile Green
Dr Laura Jopson
Dr Ben Barron-Millar
Barbara Innes
Sarah Pagan
et al.
Early Molecular Stratification of High-risk Primary Biliary Cholangitis2016
Dr Gendie Lash
Dr Judith Bulmer
Barbara Innes
Standardisation of uterine natural killer (uNK) cell measurements in the endometrium of women with recurrent reproductive failure2016
Tasya Lantang
Barbara Innes
Dr Earn Gan
Professor Simon Pearce
Dr Gendie Lash
et al.
Expression of melanocortin receptors in human endometrium2015
Dr Judith Bulmer
Barbara Innes
Dr Gendie Lash
Menstrual cycle distribution of uterine natural killer cells is altered in heavy menstrual bleeding2015
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