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Two transplantable, highly immunogenic syngeneic C57BL fibrosarcomas, FS1 and FS6, were shown to have tumour-specific rejection antigens, as shown by excision of the primary tumours and i.p. or i.m. injection of graded doses of the specific and unrelated tumour cells. I.p. challenge with tumour cells induced a large and relatively long-lasting increase in(More)
BACKGROUND In this study the authors sought both to understand the health education needs of patients with glaucoma, with particular regard to adherence to glaucoma treatment, and to examine these patients' views of group education. METHODS Using a health promotion approach to health education, 27 qualitative interviews with new and established patients(More)
XREFdb supports the investigation of protein function in the context of information available through work in multiple organisms. In addition to facilitating the association of functional data among known genes from multiple organisms, XREFdb has developed strategies that provide access to information associated with as-yet unstudied genes. The database(More)
AIMS To evaluate the impact of 'Action on Cataracts' and the development of Diagnostic and Treatment Centre (DTC) on cataract surgery training in the Central Manchester and Manchester Children's University Hospital's Trust. METHODS We compared all cataract extractions undertaken from April to September 2005 with the same 6-month time period over the(More)
OBJECTIVES A comparison of glaucoma referral refinement schemes (GRRS) in the UK during a time period of considerable change in national policy and guidance. DESIGN Retrospective multisite review. SETTING The outcomes of clinical examinations by optometrists with a specialist interest in glaucoma (OSIs) were compared with optometrists with no specialist(More)
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