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Title: Collected publications in laboratory and clinical research
Author: Clunie, Gordon J. A.
Awarding Body: University of Edinburgh
Current Institution: University of Edinburgh
Date of Award: 1993
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Abstract:
This volume contains 136 copies of articles, chapters and reviews published between 1958 and 1992, set out under a series of headings which cover the major areas of laboratory and clinical research undertaken by me and my associates in that period. Whenever I am listed as first author, all or the greater part of the design and conduct of the work was undertaken by me. Whenever one of my associates or research students is listed as first author, I was intimately involved in the concept, design and conduct of the studies reported in any publication which bears my name. Where original reports are not available, the permission of publishers has been sought for inclusion of photocopies within the thesis and any necessary royalties have been paid. Where such permission was not obtained the articles or chapters have been omitted from the thesis but are listed by title in Appendix 1. Articles in press at the time of submission are listed in Appendix 2. Within each broad area of activity, the publications are grouped in chronological sequence under subheadings which concentrate on particular directions in research or on particular techniques or models. The major components are in the broad field of transplantation immunology, in the related fields of pregnancy and tumour immunology, followed by studies in tissue preservation, the clinical aspects of organ transplantation and dialysis, the surgery of hypertension, some aspects of general surgery and a modest contribution to surgical education. Short summaries of the findings in groups of articles, or in some instances single articles, are presented to highlight particular features of the work and its relevance.
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Qualification Name: Thesis (D.Sc.) Qualification Level: Doctoral
EThOS ID: uk.bl.ethos.643280  DOI: Not available
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