Browsing publications by Dr Julian De Havilland

Newcastle AuthorsTitleYearFull text
Dr Gustavo Figueiredo
Dr Julian De Havilland
Professor Majlinda Lako
Professor Francisco Figueiredo
Cell Therapy in Practice2017
Dr Min Yu
Dr Sanja Bojic
Dr Gustavo Figueiredo
Dr Julian De Havilland
Professor Anne Dickinson
et al.
An important role for adenine, cholera toxin, hydrocortisone and triiodothyronine inthe proliferation, self-renewal and differentiation of limbal stem cells in vitro2016
Dr Bill Scott
Minna Honkanen-Scott
Dr Julian De Havilland
Professor Derek Manas
Professor James Shaw
et al.
Diversifying the Indications for Pancreas Resection and Autologous Islet Cell Transplantation (IAT) in both Adults and Children2016
Minna Honkanen-Scott
Dr Julian De Havilland
Professor Derek Manas
Professor James Shaw
Professor Anne Dickinson
et al.
Expanding the indications for pancreas resection and autologous islet cell transplantation (IAT) in both adults and children2016
Sylvia Muller
Joanne Tang
Dr Lindsay Nicholson
Dr Xiao Wang
Dr Julian De Havilland
et al.
CD271 enrichment of BM-derived MSCs enhances their osteogenic potency2015
Dr Bill Scott
Minna Honkanen-Scott
Dr Julian De Havilland
Hany Gabra
Richard Charnley
et al.
Expanding the indications for paediatric and adult autologous islet transplantation2015
Dr Julian De Havilland
Minna Honkanen-Scott
Richard Charnley
Professor Derek Manas
Professor James Shaw
et al.
Successful autologous islet transplantation post-frey's procedure using a side-vented 'therapeutic infusion needle' for improved enzyme delivery2015
Dr Julian De Havilland
Population kinetics of MSC's in the development of bio-artificial bone scaffolds2014