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Dr Jessica Tarn
Dr Nadia Howard-Tripp
Dr Dennis Lendrem
Andrew Skelton
Dr Katherine James
et al.
Symptom-based stratification of patients with primary Sjögren’s syndrome: multi-dimensional characterisation of international observational cohorts and reanalyses of randomised clinical trials2019
Dr Katherine James
Dr Simon Cockell
Dr Colin Gillespie
Dr Jennifer Hallinan
Dr Francesca Barone
et al.
B-cell activity markers are associated with different disease activity domains in primary Sjögren's syndrome2018
Professor Fai Ng
Dr Katherine James
Dr Bridget Griffiths
Dr David Coady
Dr Steven Young-Min
et al.
Comparison of ESSDAI and ClinESSDAI in potential optimisation of trial outcomes in primary Sjögren's syndrome: Examination of data from the UK Primary Sjögren's Syndrome Registry2018
Dr Pamela Gamba
Dr Katherine James
Professor Nikolay Zenkin
A link between transcription fidelity and pausing in vivo2017
Sheryl Mitchell
Dr Katherine James
Professor Fai Ng
Dr Bridget Griffiths
Vicki Hindmarsh
et al.
Corrigendum: Eligibility for clinical trials in primary Sjögren's syndrome: Lessons from the UK Primary Sjögren's Syndrome Registry [Rheumatology, 55, (2016) (544-552)] doi:10.1093/rheumatology/kev3732017
Dr Katherine James
Dr Simon Cockell
Professor Nikolay Zenkin
Deep sequencing approaches for the analysis of prokaryotic transcriptional boundaries and dynamics2017
Dr Katherine James
Dr Pamela Gamba
Dr Simon Cockell
Professor Nikolay Zenkin
Misincorporation by RNA polymerase is a major source of transcription pausing in vivo2017
Dr David Forrest
Dr Katherine James
Dr Yulia Yuzenkova
Professor Nikolay Zenkin
Single-peptide DNA-dependent RNA polymerase homologous to multi-subunit RNA polymerase2017
Sheryl Mitchell
Dr Katherine James
Professor Fai Ng
Dr Bridget Griffiths
Vicki Hindmarsh
et al.
Eligibility for clinical trials in primary Sjogren's syndrome: lessons from the UK Primary Sjogren's Syndrome Registry2016
Dr Jennifer Munkley
Karen Livermore
Dr Katherine James
Dr Brian Wilson
Professor Craig Robson
et al.
Glycosylation is an Androgen-Regulated Process Essential for Prostate Cancer Cell Viability2016
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