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Human Development and Health > Human Genetics" and Year is 2019

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Increased prevalence of anti-TNF therapy in paediatric inflammatory bowel disease is associated with a decline in surgical resections during childhood - James J Ashton, Florina Borca, Enrico Mossotto, Tracy, Antonio Francisco Coelho, Akshay Batra, Nadeem A. Afzal, Hang Thi Thu Phan, Michael Stanton and R. Mark Beattie
Type: Article | 2019 | Item availability restricted.

Personalising medicine in inflammatory bowel disease—current and future perspectives - James J. Ashton, Enrico Mossotto, Sarah Ennis and R. Mark Beattie
Type: Article | 2019 | Item availability restricted.

GenePy - a score for estimating gene pathogenicity in individuals using next-generation sequencing data - Enrico Mossotto, James Ashton, Luke O'Gorman, Reuben Pengelly, R. Mark Beattie, Benjamin Macarthur and Sarah Ennis
Type: Article | 2019

A Combined in silico, in vitro and clinical approach to characterize novel pathogenic missense variants in PRPF31 in retinitis pigmentosa - Gabrielle Wheway, Liliya Nazlamova, Nervine Meshad, Samantha Hunt, Nicola Jackson and Amanda Churchill
Type: Article | 2019

661W photoreceptor cell line as a cell model for studying retinal ciliopathies - Gabrielle Wheway, Liliya Nazlamova, Dann Turner and Stephen Cross
Type: Article | 2019

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