Graham Cope

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Support statement: This work was supported by a research grant (no. 24131701) on intractable diseases from the Japanese Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare. The funder had no role in the analysis of data and decision to publish. Deshpande V, et al. Rituximab therapy leads to rapid decline of serum IgG4 levels and prompt clinical improvement in(More)
Objective To investigate the effect of immediate feedback from a point of care test for salivary nicotine metabolites in promoting smoking cessation and reduction in tobacco use. Design Prospective, operator blinded, randomised controlled trial. Setting General dental practice, London. Participants 100 adult smokers. Interventions Participants completed a(More)
Bandwidth allocation in the future multiservice global communication IP network presents a very interesting research issue. This paper presents the strategy of Dynamic Partitioning of link bandwidth in IP network. In the Dynamic Partitioning scheme the bandwidth of each link in the network is partitioned into two fractions, one for the low-priority data(More)
S moking is an important and preventable lifestyle factor that affects both the rate and quality of wound healing, and it significantly increases the risk of postoperative, wound-related complications (Manassa et al, 2003). Since the 1940s, there has been increasing evidence that smoking has a negative impact on both wound healing and tissue repair(More)
  • G F Cope, N Battersby
  • 2004
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  • G F Cope, N Battersby, +4 authors E Prescott
  • 2004
LETTERS If you have a burning desire to respond to a paper published in JECH, why not make use of our ''rapid response'' option? Log on to our web site (www.jech.com), find the paper that interests you, and send your response via email by clicking on the ''eLetters'' option in the box at the top right hand corner. Providing it isn't libellous or obscene, it(More)