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Pareek, M, Evans, J, Innes, J, Smith, G, Hingley-Wilson, S, Lougheed, KE, Sridhar, S, Dedicoat, M, Hawkey, P and Lalvani, A (2013) Ethnicity and mycobacterial lineage as determinants of tuberculosis disease phenotype. Thorax, 68 (3). pp. 221-229.

Montamat-Sicotte, DJ, Millington, KA, Willcox, CR, Hingley-Wilson, S, Hackforth, S, Innes, J, Kon, OM, Lammas, DA, Minnikin, DE, Besra, GS, Willcox, BE and Lalvani, A (2011) A mycolic acid-specific CD1-restricted T cell population contributes to acute and memory immune responses in human tuberculosis infection. J Clin Invest, 121 (6). pp. 2493-2503.

Clements, DN, Short, AD, Barnes, A, Kennedy, LJ, Ferguson, JF, Butterworth, SJ, Fitzpatrick, N, Pead, M, Bennett, D, Innes, JF, Carter, SD and Ollier, WER (2010) A Candidate Gene Study of Canine Joint Diseases JOURNAL OF HEREDITY, 101 (1). pp. 54-60.

Innes, J, Pettitt, R, Comerford, E and Fitzpatrick, N (2007) Total knee replacement for dogs VETERINARY RECORD, 160 (9). p. 312.

Goggs, R, Vaughan-Thomas, A, Clegg, PD, Carter, SD, Innes, JF, Mobasheri, A, Shakibaei, M, Schwab, W and Bondy, CA (2005) Nutraceutical therapies for degenerative joint diseases: a critical review. Crit Rev Food Sci Nutr, 45 (3). pp. 145-164.

Mobasheri, A, Vannucci, SJ, Bondy, CA, Carter, SD, Innes, JF, Arteaga, MF, Trujillo, E, Ferraz, I, Shakibaei, M and Martín-Vasallo, P (2002) Glucose transport and metabolism in chondrocytes: a key to understanding chondrogenesis, skeletal development and cartilage degradation in osteoarthritis. Histol Histopathol, 17 (4). pp. 1239-1267.

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Montamat-Sicotte, D, Millington, K, Willcox, CR, Hingley-Wilson, S, Hackforth, S, Innes, J, Kon, OM, Minnikin, DE, Besra, GS, Willcox, BE and Lalvani, A (2010) Mycolic acid-specific T-cells in human tuberculosis are dynamically related to antigen load and exhibit memory expansion after cure

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