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Recent publications by Researchers affiliated with the Centre for Tropical Medicine and Global Health

Achieving maximum ROI from corporate databases: exploiting your databases with integrated querying for better decision-making.

Jardine LF. et al, (2006), Combinatorial chemistry & high throughput screening, 9, 87 - 93

CINEMA--a novel colour INteractive editor for multiple alignments.

Parry-Smith DJ. et al, (1998), Gene, 221, GC57 - GC63

A genetic algorithm for the automated generation of molecules within constraints.

Glen RC. and Payne AW., (1995), Journal of computer-aided molecular design, 9, 181 - 202

Molecular recognition using a binary genetic search algorithm.

Payne AW. and Glen RC., (1993), Journal of molecular graphics, 11, 74 - 123

Improved program for the analysis of DNA histograms.

Ormerod MG. et al, (1987), Cytometry, 8, 637 - 641

Display of three-parametric data acquired by a flow cytometer.

Ormerod MG. and Payne AW., (1987), Cytometry, 8, 240 - 243

Comparative aspects of the hepatobiliary transport of IgA.

Orlans E. et al, (1983), Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 409, 411 - 427

ELIMINATION OF CIRCULATING ANTIGEN INTO BILE BY ENDOGENOUS IgA ANTIBODY IN RATS

Peppard JV. et al, (1983), Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 409, 857 - 858

Elimination into bile of circulating antigen by endogenous IgA antibody in rats.

Peppard JV. et al, (1982), Immunology, 45, 467 - 472

IgA in dermatitis-herpetiformis skin is dimeric.

Unsworth DJ. et al, (1982), Lancet (London, England), 1, 478 - 479

The origin of IgA in chicken bile: its rapid active transport from blood.

Rose ME. et al, (1981), European journal of immunology, 11, 561 - 564

Comparative aspects of the transport of immunoglobulin A from blood to bile.

Hall JG. et al, (1980), Immunology, 41, 899 - 902