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Farrugia, M-K, Woolf, AS, Fry, CH, Peebles, DM, Cuckow, PM and Godley, ML (2007) Radiotelemetered urodynamics of obstructed ovine fetal bladders: correlations with ex vivo cystometry and renal histopathology BJU INTERNATIONAL, 99 (6). pp. 1517-1522.

Wu, C, Thiruchelvam, N, Sui, G, Woolf, AS, Cuckow, P and Fry, CH (2007) Ca(2+) regulation in detrusor smooth muscle from ovine fetal bladder after in utero bladder outflow obstruction JOURNAL OF UROLOGY, 177 (2). pp. 776-780.

Fry, CH, Farrigia, MC, Long, DA, Godley, ML, Peebles, DM, Cuckow, PM and Woolf, AS (2006) EXPERIMENTAL SHORT-TERM FETAL BLADDER OUTFLOW OBSTRUCTION: I. MORPHOLOGY AND CELL BIOLOGY ASSOCIATED WITH URINARY FLOW IMPAIRMENT Journal of Paediatric Urology, 2. pp. 243-253.

Fry, CH, Farrugia, MK, Godley, ML, Woolf, AS, Peebles, DM and Cuckow, PM (2006) EXPERIMENTAL SHORT-TERM PARTIAL OBSTRUCTION OF THE FETAL SHEEP BLADDER OUTFLOW: II. COMPLIANCE AND CONTRACTILITY ASSOCIATED WITH URINARY FLOW IMPAIRMENT Journal of Paediatric Urology, 2 (4). pp. 254-260.

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Berry, JL, Pattison, DP, Woolf, AD and Lanham-New, SA (2007) Extent of vitamin D insufficiency in young British women: Influence on bone health In: Annual Meeting of the Bone-Research-Society, 2007-07-03 - 2007-07-05, Southampton, ENGLAND.

Lanham-New, SA, Pattison, DJ, Berry, JL and Woolf, AD (2006) Nutritional influences on bone health in premenopausal women: Evidence of widespread vitamin D insufficiency and a positive effect of micronutrients on the skeleton. In: 28th Annual Meeting of the American-Society-for-Bone-and-Mineral-Research, 2006-09-15 - 2006-09-19, Philadelphia, PA.

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