Browsing publications by Elizabeth Sconce

Newcastle AuthorsTitleYearFull text
Elizabeth Sconce
Dr Hilary Wynne
Professor Farhad Kamali
Factors Affecting Anticoagulation Response to Warfarin2008
Elizabeth Sconce
Dr Peter Avery
Dr Hilary Wynne
Professor Farhad Kamali
Vitamin K epoxide reductase complex subunit 1 (VKORC1) polymorphism influences the anticoagulation response subsequent to vitamin K intake: A pilot study2008
Dr Ellen Hatch
Elizabeth Sconce
Dr Barry King
Dr Hilary Wynne
Professor Ann Daly
et al.
Polymorphisms in genes associated with the vitamin K epoxide reductase complex do not affect warfarin dose requirement2007
Elizabeth Sconce
Dr Peter Avery
Dr Hilary Wynne
Professor Farhad Kamali
Vitamin K supplementation can improve stability of anticoagulation for patients with unexplained variability in response to warfarin2007
Elizabeth Sconce
Dr Hilary Wynne
Professor Farhad Kamali
Vitamin K supplementation during oral anticoagulation: No real cause for concern [2]2007
Dr Ellen Hatch
Elizabeth Sconce
Professor Ann Daly
Professor Farhad Kamali
A rapid genotyping method for the vitamin K epoxide reductase complex subunit 1 (VKORC1) gene2006
Elizabeth Sconce
Professor Ann Daly
Dr Tayyaba Khan
Dr Hilary Wynne
Professor Farhad Kamali
et al.
APOE genotype makes a small contribution to warfarin dose requirements2006
Elizabeth Sconce
Dr Tayyaba Khan
Professor Ann Daly
Dr Hilary Wynne
Professor Farhad Kamali
et al.
Apolipoprotein E polymorphisms do not make a clinically significant contribution to warfarin dose requirements2006
Elizabeth Sconce
Professor Farhad Kamali
Appraisal of current vitamin K dosing algorithms for the reversal of over-anticoagulation with warfarin: The need for a more tailored dosing regimen2006
Elizabeth Sconce
Dr Tayyaba Khan
Professor Ann Daly
Dr Hilary Wynne
Professor Farhad Kamali
et al.
The impact of simvastatin on warfarin disposition and dose requirements2006
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