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War surgical experience reduces operation times and saves lives: a comprehensive analysis of all trauma sustained in the Afghanistan conflict 2009-2014 prioritises the surgical procedures to improve training and readiness for future armed conflicts, terror attacks, and civilian damage control surgery (University of St Andrews, 2018) - ThesisBackground: Between 2009 and the end of UK combat operations in Helmand, Afghanistan (2014), each consecutive surgical procedure carried out by the multinational, military surgical team at the Medical Treatment Facility, ...
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Gene knock-in as a tool to phenotype clinically relevant varient alleles for studies on malaria pathobiology: proof of concept using the plasmodium knowlesi normocyte binding protein Xa gene (University of St Andrews, 2017-11-01) - ThesisThe zoonotic parasite, Plasmodium knowlesi, is one of five human malaria species. P. knowlesi is geographically restricted to locations of the long-tailed and pig-tailed macaque, indigenous across South-East Asia (SEA). ...