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1-Jan-2013Fasciola hepatica: The therapeutic potential of a worm secretomeRobinson, MW; Dalton, JP; O'Brien, BA; Donnelly, S
1-May-1997Apoptosis is the mode of β-cell death responsible for the development of IDDM in the nonobese diabetic (NOD) mouseO'Brien, BA; Harmon, BV; Cameron, DP; Allan, DJ
7-Jul-2001Decreased apoptosis in the ileum and ileal peyer's patches: A feature after infection with rabbit enteropathogenic Escherichia coli O103Heczko, U; Carthy, CM; O'Brien, BA; Finlay, BB
1-Aug-2008Association of SLC11A1 promoter polymorphisms with the incidence of autoimmune and inflammatory diseases: A meta-analysisO'Brien, BA; Archer, NS; Simpson, AM; Torpy, FR; Nassif, NT
1-Jun-2013Pancreatic transdifferentiation in porcine liver following lentiviral delivery of human furin-cleavable insulinGerace, D; Ren, B; Hawthorne, WJ; Byrne, MR; Phillips, PM; O'Brien, BA; Nassif, N; Alexander, IE; Simpson, AM
1-May-2015Pancreatic Transdiffereniation of Human Hepatocytes in the Livers of a Humanized Mouse ModelRen, B; O'Brien, BA; Alexander, IE; Nassif, NT; Tan, Y; Martiniello-Wilks, R; Simpson, AM
1-Nov-2015GENE THERAPY FOR DIABETES: REVERSAL OF DIABETES IN THE HUMANISED FRG MOUSE MODEL.Simpson, A; Ren, B; O'Brien, BA; Alexander, IE; Nassif, NT; Tan, Y; Martiniello-Wilks, R
1-Nov-2015Gene therapy for diabetes: reversal of diabetes in the humanised FRG mouse modelSimpson, A; Ren, B; O'Brien, BA; Alexander, IE; Nassif, NT; Tan, Y; Martiniello-Wilks, R
1-Aug-2013REVERSAL OF DIABETES IN A PORCINE MODEL FOLLOWING LIVER-DIRECTED GENE THERAPYGerace, D; Ren, B; Hawthorne, WJ; Byrne, MR; Phillips, P; O'Brien, BA; Nassif, N; Alexander, IE; Simpson, AM
1-Aug-2013Response to the letter to the editor by M. Elsner et al: "Comment on Binhai Ren et al (2013;15:28-41). Long term reversal of diabetes in non-obese diabetic mice by liver-directed gene therapy"Simpson, AM; Ren, B; O'Brien, BA; Nassif, NT
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