Welcome to the RD&E Research Repository
The RD&E Research Repository contains research outputs from staff at the Royal Devon & Exeter NHS Foundation Trust.
You can browse items by Title, Author, Subject or Community/Collection, or use the search function to find specific topics.
The repository contains details of published, peer-reviewed journal articles, reviews, book chapters, conference abstracts, posters and more! Full-text of journal articles have been included where publisher's permissions allow.
If you are a member of RD&E staff and you'd like to submit an item to the repository, please fill in this online form. If you have a list of publications you'd like to submit, please e-mail the repository admin team: rde-tr.ResearchRepository@nhs.net.
For more information or help, please contact the RD&E Research Repository admin team:
Telephone: Exeter Health Library, 01392 406800
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(BioMed Central, 2019-01)Most variants associated with complex phenotypes in genome-wide association studies (GWAS) do not directly index coding changes affecting protein structure. Instead they are hypothesized to influence gene regulation, with ...
Peri-operative and oncological outcomes of radical prostatectomy for high-risk prostate cancer in the UK: an analysis of surgeon reported data (Wiley, 2019-01-25)To analyse the peri-operative and oncological outcomes of all RPs performed for high risk prostate cancer(PCa) in the British Association of Urological Surgeons (BAUS) national registry from 2014-2015.
Short-term results after laparoscopic repair of giant hiatal hernias with pledgeted sutures: a retrospective analysis (Springer, 2019-01-25)Forty-one patients who underwent laparoscopic 270° Toupet fundoplication with pledgeted sutured crura between September 2014 and April 2017 were evaluated with regard to recurrence of hiatal hernia at 3 months and 1 year ...
(Springer, 2019-01-23)In type 1 diabetes, pancreatic beta cells are destroyed by chronic autoimmune responses. The disease develops in genetically susceptible individuals, but a role for environmental factors has been postulated. Viral infections ...