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Mr Jake Saklatvala

  1. Enhanced NF-κB signaling in type-2 dendritic cells at baseline predicts non-response to adalimumab in psoriasis

    Andres Ejarque, R., Ale, H. B. A., Grys, K., Tosi, I., Solanky, S., Ainali, C., Catak, Z., Sreeneebus, H., Saklatvala, J., Dand, N., de Rinaldis, E., Chapman, A., Nestle, F., Barnes, M. R., Richard, W., Reynolds, N. J., Griffiths, C., Barker, J., Smith, C., Di Meglio, P., & 1 othersCOnsortium, PSORT., Dec 2021, In: Nature Communications. 12, 1, p. 4741 1 p., 4741.

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  2. Towards enabling the semantic access of phenotypic information in clinical letters

    Kudama, S., Berlanga, R., Houlden, H., Jiménez-Ruiz, E., Jonvik, H., Milward, A., Morris, H., Ryten, M., Saklatvala, J., Simpson, M. A. & Wood, N., 2015, In: CEUR Workshop Proceedings. 1546, p. 177-178 2 p.

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  3. Antiinflammatory effects of dexamethasone are partly dependent on induction of dual specificity phosphatase 1

    Abraham, S. M., Lawrence, T., Kleiman, A., Warden, P., Medghalchi, M., Tuckermann, J., Saklatvala, J. & Clark, A. R., 2006, In: Journal of Experimental Medicine. 203, 8, p. 1883-9

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