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Identifying the optimum source of mesenchymal stem cells for use in knee surgery.

Journal article

Davies BM. et al, (2017), J orthop res, 35, 1868 - 1875

Key stages of bone marrow B-cell maturation are defective in patients with common variable immunodeficiency disorders.

Journal article

Anzilotti C. et al, (2015), J allergy clin immunol, 136, 487 - 90.e2

Pelvis is superior to femur and tibia as a source for minimally manipulated mesenchymal stem cells

Conference paper

Davies BM. et al, (2014), Osteoarthritis and cartilage, 22, S443 - S444

A series of four fractured Exeter™ stems in hip arthroplasty.

Journal article

Davies BM. et al, (2013), Ann r coll surg engl, 95, e130 - e132

Repairing damaged tendon and muscle: are mesenchymal stem cells and scaffolds the answer?

Journal article

Davies BM. et al, (2013), Regen med, 8, 613 - 630

No conflict of interest?

Journal article

Dean BJF. and Davies BM., (2013), Eur spine j, 22

A new technique of supplying fluid for arthroscopy.

Journal article

Davies BM. et al, (2009), Ann r coll surg engl, 91, 435 - 436