Browsing publications by Dr Arthur Pratt

Newcastle AuthorsTitleYear
Dr Amy Anderson
Christine Routledge
Philip Mawson
Professor John Isaacs
Dr Arthur Pratt
et al.
Interleukin-6 driven STAT3 phosphorylation in circulating lymphocytes is specific for CD4 T cells in early rheumatoid arthritis2013
Dr Arthur Pratt
Dr Alice Lorenzi
Gillian Wilson
Professor John Isaacs
Predicting persistent inflammatory arthritis amongst early arthritis clinic patients in the UK: is musculoskeletal ultrasound required?2013
Dr Arthur Pratt
Dr Daniel Swan
Sarah Richardson
Gillian Wilson
Dr Catharien Hilkens
et al.
A CD4 T cell gene signature for early rheumatoid arthritis implicates interleukin 6-mediated STAT3 signalling, particularly anti-citrullinated peptide antibody-negative disease2012
Dr Arthur Pratt
Philip Brown
Dr Simon Cockell
Gillian Wilson
Professor John Isaacs
et al.
A CD4+T-Cell Gene Expression Signature Predicts Drug Survival On Methotrexate Monotherapy in Early Rheumatoid Arthritis.2012
Dr Arthur Pratt
Dr Alice Lorenzi
Gillian Wilson
Professor John Isaacs
A Pragmatic Musculoskeletal Ultrasound Screening Protocol Does Not Add to a Predictive Algorithm for Persistent Inflammatory Arthritis in a UK Early Arthritis Clinic2012
Dr Amy Anderson
Dr Alice Lorenzi
Dr Arthur Pratt
Thomas Wooldridge
Julie Diboll
et al.
Immunity 12 years after alemtuzumab in RA: CD5+ B-cell depletion, thymus-dependent T-cell reconstitution and normal vaccine responses2012
Dr Arthur Pratt
Professor Jaap Van Laar
Rheumatoid arthritis: Pathogenesis and clinical aspects2012
Dr Arthur Pratt
Sarah Richardson
Gillian Wilson
Dr Catharien Hilkens
Professor David Young
et al.
A Transcriptional Profile Present in CD4+T-Cells of Patients with Undifferentiated Arthritis Predicts the Future Development of Seronegative Rheumatoid Arthritis and Implicates IL-6 in Disease Evolution2011
Dr Arthur Pratt
Dr Alice Lorenzi
Dr Philip Platt
Professor John Isaacs
Does routine musculoskeletal ultrasound use add value to the diagnosis of a RA among early and undifferentiated arthritis patients?2011
Dr Arthur Pratt
Professor John Isaacs
Does testing for circulating autoantibodies against disease-relevant citrullinated antigens add value to the CCP2 assay in diagnosing RA among early undifferenitated arthritis patients?2011
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