Browsing publications by Professor Derek Manas

Newcastle AuthorsTitleYearFull text
Dr Gus Brooks
Dr Aaron Liew
Dr Helen Marshall
Dr Ali Aldibbiat
Professor Neil Sheerin
et al.
De Novo Donor-Specific HLA Antibodies Are Associated With Rapid Loss of Graft Function Following Islet Transplantation in Type 1 Diabetes2015
Liam Cornell
Dr Joanne Munck
Laura Ogle
Catherine Willoughby
Dr Despina Televantou
et al.
DNA-PK-A Candidate Driver of Hepatocarcinogenesis and Tissue Biomarker That Predicts Response to Treatment and Survival2015
Dr Rachael Coates
Dr Faryal Afridi
Steven White
Professor Derek Manas
David Talbot
et al.
Procurement Damage of DCD Pancreas Alone Grafts is it a Problem? A Single Centre Experience2015
Stuart Robinson
Jeremy French
Gourab Sen
Richard Charnley
Professor Derek Manas
et al.
The impact of open colectomy on resection of colorectal liver metastases2015
Steven White
Jeremy French
Professor Derek Manas
A Cadaver Lab Training Facility to Facilitate Laparoscopic Liver Resection2014
Dr Jessica Dyson
Dr Mark Hudson
Professor Derek Manas
Dr Steven Masson
A Positive Complement Dependent Cytotoxic (CDC) Crossmatch Does Not Impact on Patient Survival or Increase the Risk of Acute Cellular Rejection, or Biliary Strictures after Liver Transplantation2014
Dr Kofi Oppong
Professor David Jones
Richard Charnley
Professor Derek Manas
Bryon Jaques
et al.
Autoimmune Pancreatitis - Diagnosis, Management and Longterm Follow-up2014
Stuart Robinson
John Moir
Dr Ashraf Azzabi
Professor Derek Manas
Steven White
et al.
Defining the optimal conversion chemotherapy regimen for patients with inoperable liver only metastases from colorectal cancer - a systematic review and meta-analysis2014
Richard Charnley
Bryon Jaques
Steven White
Jeremy French
Professor Derek Manas
et al.
Endoscopic ultrasound in patients with normal liver blood tests and unexplained dilatation of common bile duct and or pancreatic duct2014
Dr Jelena Mann
Professor Derek Manas
Professor Derek Mann
Steven White
Folfox induced sinusoidal obstruction syndrome (SOS) is a potentially reversible condition2014
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