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Staff name : Adams, DH
Staff identifier : 194151
Research groups :
A - Immunity and Infection
D - Gastrointestinal Epithelial Biology
F - Clinical Trials and Gene Therapy
Outputs :


Circulating soluble vascular adhesion protein 1 accounts for the increased serum monoamine oxidase activity in chronic liver disease.
Location : Gastroenterology
Volume No : 119
Pagination : 1096-1103
Year : 2000
ISBN/ISSN : 0016-5085
Co-authors : R Kurkijarvi (external), GG Yegutkin (external), BK Gunson and 2 additional authors
Type : Journal article
Output number : 1
Research group : Immunity and Infection


Vascular adhesion protein-1 mediates binding of T cells to human hepatic endothelium.
Location : Gastroenterology
Volume No : 110
Pagination : 522-528
Year : 1996
ISBN/ISSN : 0016-5085
Co-authors : G McNab, JL Reeves (external), M Salmi (external) and 2 additional authors
Type : Journal article
Output number : 2
Research group : Immunity and Infection


Vascular adhesion protein-1 and ICAM-1 support the adhesion of tumour-infiltrating lymphocytes to tumour endothelium in human hepatocellular carcinoma.
Location : Journal of Immunology
Volume No : 160
Pagination : 3978-3988
Year : 1998
ISBN/ISSN : 0022-1767
Co-authors : KY Yoong, GL McNab, S Hubscher
Type : Journal article
Output number : 3
Research group : Immunity and Infection


Chemokine and chemokine receptor interactions provide a mechanism for selective T cell recruitment to specific liver compartments within hepatitis C-infected liver.
Location : Journal of Immunology
Volume No : 163
Pagination : 6236-6243
Year : 1999
ISBN/ISSN : 0022-1767
Co-authors : P Shields, CM Morland, M Salmon and 2 additional authors
Type : Journal article
Output number : 4
Research group : Immunity and Infection

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