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Davies, LA and Nicholson, J (2013) Patients' experiences of the PICC insertion procedure British Journal of Nursing, 22 (14). S20-S26.

Nicholson, G, Rantalainen, M, Li, JV, Maher, AD, Malmodin, D, Ahmadi, KR, Faber, JH, Barrett, A, Min, JL, Rayner, NW, Toft, H, Krestyaninova, M, Viksna, J, Neogi, SG, Dumas, ME, Sarkans, U, MolPAGE Consortium, , Donnelly, P, Illig, T, Adamski, J, Suhre, K, Allen, M, Zondervan, KT, Spector, TD, Nicholson, JK, Lindon, JC, Baunsgaard, D, Holmes, E, McCarthy, MI and Holmes, CC (2011) A genome-wide metabolic QTL analysis in Europeans implicates two loci shaped by recent positive selection. PLoS Genet, 7 (9).

Nicholson, G, Rantalainen, M, Hallgrímsdóttir, IB, Silverman, BW, Donnelly, P, Holmes, CC, Maher, AD, Li, JV, Dumas, M-E, Nicholson, JK, Lindon, JC, Holmes, E, Malmodin, D, Faber, JH, Toft, H, Baunsgaard, D, Ahmadi, KR, Spector, TD, Barrett, A, Allen, M, McCarthy, MI, Krestyaninova, M, Sarkans, U, Viksna, J, Neogi, SG, Maher, AD, Silverman, BW, Donnelly, P, Zondervan, KT and McCarthy, MI (2011) Human metabolic profiles are stably controlled by genetic and environmental variation Molecular Systems Biology, 7.

Crockford, DJ, Maher, AD, Ahmadi, KR, Barrett, A, Plumb, RS, Wilson, ID and Nicholson, JK (2008) 1H NMR and UPLC-MSE statistical heterospectroscopy: Characterization of drug metabolites (Xenometabolome) in epidemiological studies (Analytical Chemistry (2008) 80, (6835-6844)) Analytical Chemistry, 80 (21).

Crockford, DJ, Maher, AD, Ahmadi, KR, Barrett, A, Plumb, RS, Wilson, ID and Nicholson, JK (2008) 1H NMR and UPLC-MS(E) statistical heterospectroscopy: characterization of drug metabolites (xenometabolome) in epidemiological studies. Anal Chem, 80 (18). pp. 6835-6844.

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