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Hannah Paish
Lee Reed
Helen Brown
Mark Bryan
Dr Olivier Govaere
et al.
A novel bioreactor technology for modelling fibrosis in human and rodent precision-cut liver slices2019
Hannah Paish
Dr Colin Gillespie
Alicia Del Carpio Pons
Professor Derek Mann
Professor David Deehan
et al.
Chronic, Active Inflammation in Patients with Failed Total Knee Replacements Undergoing Revision Surgery2019
Professor Fiona Oakley
Lucy Gee
Professor Neil Sheerin
Dr Lee Borthwick
Implementation of pre-clinical methodologies to study fibrosis and test anti-fibrotic therapy2019
Hannah Paish
Dr Nicholas Kalson
Dr Graham Smith
Alicia Del Carpio Pons
Nicholas Smith
et al.
Fibroblasts Promote Inflammation and Pain via IL-1α Induction of the Monocyte Chemoattractant Chemokine (C-C Motif) Ligand 22018
Dr Nicholas Kalson
Timothy Brock
Professor Derek Mann
Dr Lee Borthwick
Professor David Deehan
et al.
Reduced telomere length is associated with fibrotic joint disease suggesting that impaired telomere repair contributes to joint fibrosis2018
Dr Sonya Carnell
Dr John Perry
Dr Lee Borthwick
Dr Daniela Vollmer
Dr Jacob Biboy
et al.
Targeting the bacterial cytoskeleton of the Burkholderia cepacia complex for antimicrobial development: A cautionary tale2018
Dr Caroline Wilson
Professor Derek Mann
Dr Lee Borthwick
Epigenetic reprogramming in liver fibrosis and cancer2017
Anders Andreasson
Danai Karamanou
Dr Colin Gillespie
Kasim Jiwa
Dr Nicola Green
et al.
Profiling inflammation and tissue injury markers in perfusate and bronchoalveolar lavage fluid during human ex vivo lung perfusion2017
Anders Andreasson
Dr Lee Borthwick
Dr Colin Gillespie
Kasim Jiwa
Jonathan Scott
et al.
The role of interleukin-1β as a predictive biomarker and potential therapeutic target during clinical ex vivo lung perfusion2017
Dr Lee Borthwick
Type 2 immunity is protective in metabolic disease but exacerbates NAFLD collaboratively with TGF-β2017
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