John T Dingle


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John T

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Dingle

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  • 1994-11 Metalloproteinase production by rabbit articular cartilage: comparison of the effects of interleukin-1α in vitro and in vivo in VIRCHOWS ARCHIV
  • 1993-03 Effects of indomethacin on ICAM-1 expression and adhesion of T lymphocytes to chondrocytes in INFLAMMOPHARMACOLOGY
  • 1992 NSAIDs and human cartilage metabolism in SIDE-EFFECTS OF ANTI-INFLAMMATORY DRUGS 3
  • 1983-12 Intracellular catabolin-like activity in cultured synovial tissue in IN VITRO CELLULAR & DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
  • 1979-12 Rabbit cranial sutures in vitro: A new experimental model for studying the response of fibrous joints to mechanical stress in CALCIFIED TISSUE INTERNATIONAL
  • 1979 Experimental Model for Scleritis in PROCEEDINGS OF THE SYMPOSIUM OF THE INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY FOR CORNEAL RESEARCH, KYOTO, MAY 12–13, 1978
  • 1978-01 Novel treatment for joint inflammation in NATURE
  • 1974-02 CATHEPSIN D OF RABBIT SKIN: AN IMMUNOENZYMIC STUDY in JOURNAL OF INVESTIGATIVE DERMATOLOGY
  • 1973-12 Extracellular localization of cathepsin D in ossifying cartilage in CALCIFIED TISSUE RESEARCH
  • 1969-12 A sensitiviein vitro method for studying the induction and inhibition of bone resorption in CALCIFIED TISSUE RESEARCH
  • 1968-08 The induction and inhibition of bone resorption in vitro in CALCIFIED TISSUE RESEARCH
  • 1962-12 Action of Saponin on Biological Cell Membranes in NATURE
  • 1962-12 Action of Saponin on Biological Cell Membranes in NATURE
  • 1960-04 Synovial Proliferation induced by Polysaccharides in NATURE
  • 1959-02 Entropy and Synovial Pathology in NATURE
  • 1955-04 Cup–plate Assay of Serum Fibrinolysin in NATURE
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