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    Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)
    2012The accuracy of active shape modelling and end-plate measurements for characterising the shape of the lumbar spine in the sagittal plane  Ali, Ali H. A.; Cowan, Amy-Beth; Gregory, Jennifer S.; et al.
    24 August 2018The circadian clock: a tale of genetic–electrical interplay and synaptic integration  Belle, MDC; Allen, C
    2008The effect of axial load on the sagittal plane curvature of the upright human spine in vivo  Meakin, Judith R.; Smith, Francis W.; Gilbert, Fiona J.; et al.
    29 April 2019The Impact of Glucose Variation on Human Astrocytes  Weightman Potter, P
    2009The intrinsic shape of the human lumbar spine in the supine, standing and sitting postures: characterization using an active shape model  Meakin, Judith R.; Gregory, Jennifer S.; Aspden, Richard M.; et al.
    11 January 2014The lumbar spine has an intrinsic shape specific to each individual that remains a characteristic throughout flexion and extension.  Pavlova, AV; Meakin, Judith R.; Cooper, K; et al.
    7 October 2019The relationship between 24-hour ambulatory blood pressure patterns and urinary albumin excretion in type 2 diabetes and hypertension  McGarry, F
    1 June 2013The relationship between sagittal curvature and extensor muscle volume in the lumbar spine.  Meakin, Judith R.; Fulford, J; Seymour, R; et al.
    1 December 2014The reliability of 31P-MRS and NIRS measurements of spinal muscle function  Fulford, J; Liepa, A; Barker, AR; et al.
    10 June 2019The reproducibility of near infrared spectroscopy markers of microvascular haemodynamics at the proximal tibia and gastrocnemius.  Meertens, RM; Strain, WD; Casanova, F; et al.
    2011Timing of Neoproterozoic glaciations linked to transport-limited global weathering  Mills, Benjamin; Watson, Andrew J.; Goldblatt, Colin; et al.
    11 June 2019Trainee doctors' experiences of common problems in the antibiotic prescribing process: an activity theory analysis of narrative data from UK hospitals.  Kajamaa, A; Mattick, K; Parker, H; et al.