Browsing publications by Professor Paul Flecknell

Newcastle AuthorsTitleYearFull text
Dr Malcolm Coulthard
Dr Clive Griffiths
Dr Michael Drinnan
Professor Michael Whitaker
Professor John Matthews
et al.
Haemodialysing babies weighing <8 kg with the Newcastle infant dialysis and ultrafiltration system (Nidus): comparison with peritoneal and conventional haemodialysis2014
Dr Johnny Roughan
Claire Coulter
Professor Paul Flecknell
Huw Thomas
The Conditioned Place Preference Test for Assessing Welfare Consequences and Potential Refinements in a Mouse Bladder Cancer Model2014
Professor Paul Flecknell
Dr Aurelie Thomas
A comparison of medetomidine and its active enantiomer dexmedetomidine when administered with ketamine in mice2013
Graciela Rocha
Dr Johnny Roughan
Dr Matthew Leach
Professor Paul Flecknell
Professor Colin Ingram
et al.
Antinociceptive Activities of Hyptis crenata Pohl2013
Siân Wright-Williams
Professor Paul Flecknell
Dr Johnny Roughan
Comparative Effects of Vasectomy Surgery and Buprenorphine Treatment on Faecal Corticosterone Concentrations and Behaviour Assessed by Manual and Automated Analysis Methods in C57 and C3H Mice2013
Dr Amy Miller
Siân Wright-Williams
Professor Paul Flecknell
Dr Johnny Roughan
A comparison of abdominal and scrotal approach methods of vasectomy and the influence of analgesic treatment in laboratory mice2012
Dr Aurelie Thomas
Dr Matthew Leach
Professor Paul Flecknell
An alternative method of endotracheal intubation of common marmosets (Callithrix jacchus).2012
Dr Aurelie Thomas
Professor Paul Flecknell
Dr Huw Golledge
Combining Nitrous Oxide with Carbon Dioxide decreases the time to loss of consciousness during euthanasia in mice — refinement of animal welfare?2012
Dr Stephanie Keating
Dr Aurelie Thomas
Professor Paul Flecknell
Dr Matthew Leach
Evaluation of EMLA Cream for Preventing Pain during Tattooing of Rabbits: Changes in Physiological, Behavioural and Facial Expression Responses2012
Veronique Brieuc
Professor Paul Flecknell
Dr Amy Miller
Dr Matthew Leach
Peut-on utilliser les expressions faciales pour étudier la douleur chez les rongeurs? (Can we use facial expressions to study pain in rodents?)2012
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