Welcome to the Newcastle University Library ePrints Service

The ePrints service provides free access to peer-reviewed research, including journal articles, conference papers and book chapters, produced by Newcastle University staff. The full text of documents is available on open access wherever possible, and new items are added regularly.

Please note - this is not a complete record of all research published by Newcastle University staff.

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Authors               TitleYear
Professor Luke Vale
Professor Robert Pickard
Cost Effectiveness of Antimicrobial Catheters for Adults Requiring Short-term Catheterisation in Hospital2014
Professor Rudy Bilous
Diabetic Kidney Disease: A Report From an ADA Consensus Conference2014
Professor Rudy Bilous
Diabetic Kidney Disease: A Report From an ADA Consensus Conference2014
Dr Mary Slatter
Dr Andrew Gennery
Comparison of outcomes of hematopoietic stem cell transplantation without chemotherapy conditioning by using matched sibling and unrelated donors for treatment of severe combined immunodeficiency2014
Professor Angharad MR Gatehouse
Dr Martin Edwards
Downregulation and Mutation of a Cadherin Gene Associated with Cry1Ac Resistance in the Asian Corn Borer, Ostrinia furnacalis (Guenée)2014
Professor Angharad MR Gatehouse
Dr Martin Edwards
Professor Kanglai He
Inheritance Patterns, Dominance and Cross-Resistance of Cry1Ab-and Cry1Ac-Selected Ostrinia furnacalis (Guenée)2014
Dr Sarah Olsen
Dr Enrique Escobedo-Cousin
Professor Jean-Pierre Raskin
Roughness analysis in strained silicon-on-insulator wires and films2014
Dr Lee Borthwick
Incomplete Deletion of IL-4R alpha by LysMCre Reveals Distinct Subsets of M2 Macrophages Controlling Inflammation and Fibrosis in Chronic Schistosomiasis2014
Dr Helen Lucraft
Risk of Premature Menopause After Treatment for Hodgkin's Lymphoma2014
Melanie Landamore
Dr Patrick Rigot-Muller
Dry bulk shipping flows to 2050: Delphi perceptions of early career specialists2014