Browsing publications by Dr Julian Thomas

Newcastle AuthorsTitleYear
Dr Julian Thomas
Antimicrobial Susceptibility and Resistance Patterns among Helicobacter pylori Strains from The Gambia, West Africa2013
Peter Tennant
Professor Louise Parker
Dr Julian Thomas
Emeritus Professor Sir Craft
Dr Mark Pearce
et al.
Childhood infectious disease and premature death from cancer: a prospective cohort study2013
Dr Julian Thomas
Prevalence of CAGA and VACA genes in helicobacter pylori from the Gambia in relation to disease phenotype2011
Dr Mary Slatter
Dr Stephen Hodges
Dr Julian Thomas
Dr Sophie Hambleton
Dr Terence Flood
et al.
Single-centre experience of haematopoeitic stem cell transplantation for patients with complex autoimmune enteropathies2010
Dr Julian Thomas
Helicobacter pylori is not associated with anaemia in Latin America: results from Argentina, Brazil, Bolivia, Cuba, Mexico and Venezuela2009
Elizabeth Rogerson
Dr Terence Flood
Dr Mario Abinun
Professor Andrew Cant
Dr Julian Thomas
et al.
Nutritional assessment of children undergoing haematopoietic stem cell transplantation for primary immunodeficiency or severe autoimmune disease2009
Dr Lyvia Dabydeen
Dr Julian Thomas
Tessa Aston
Professor Sunil Sinha
Professor Janet Eyre
et al.
High-energy and -protein diet increases brain and corticospinal tract growth in term and preterm infants after perinatal brain injury2008
Dr David Campbell
Dr Julian Thomas
Evaluation of 13C-urea breath test and fecal antigen immunoassay to detect Helicobacter pylori infection in Gambian infants2007
Dr David Campbell
Dr Julian Thomas
Human milk vacuolating cytotoxin A immunoglobulin A antibodies modify Helicobacter pylori infection in Gambian children2006
Dr Mark Pearce
Dr Julian Thomas
Dr David Campbell
Professor Louise Parker
Does increased duration of exclusive breastfeeding protect against Helicobacter pylori infection? The Newcastle thousand families cohort study at age 49-51 years2005
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