Research Publications

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NEW Simple enumerations of peripheral blood natural killer (CD56+ NK) cells, B cells and T cells have no redictive value in IVF treatment outcome
M.Y.Thum, S.Bhaskaran, A.S.Bansal, H.Shehata, B.Ford, N.Sumar and H.I.Abdalla 

NEW An increase in the absolute count of CD56dim CD16+ CD69+ NK cells in the peripheral blood is associated with a poorer IVF treatment and pregnancy outcome
M.Y.Thum, S.Bhaskaran, H.I.Abdalla, B.Ford, N.Sumar, H.Shehataand A.S.Bansal 

NEW Drugs to avoid in pregnancy
H. A. Shehata and C. Nelson-Piercy 

NEW The Effect of Serum Concentration of Leukaemia Inhibitory Factor on In Vitro Fertilization Treatment Outcome
Meen-yau Thum, Hossam I. Abdalla, Shree Bhaskaran, Emily L. Harden, Brian Ford, N. Sumar, Hassan Shehata, Amolak S. Bansal 

An increase in the absolute count of CD56dim CD16+ CD69+ NK cells in the peripheral blood is associated with a poorer IVF treatment and pregnancy outcome.
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M.Y.Thum, S.Bhaskaran, H.I.Abdalla, B.Ford, N.Sumar, H.Shehata and A.S.Bansal. Human Reproduction Vol.19, No.10 pp. 2395–2400, 2004.

 

M.Y. Thum, S. Bhaskaran, B. Ford, N. Sumar, A.S. Bansal and H.I. Abdalla, H.A. Shehata. An increase in the absolute count of CD69 expressing NK cells in the peripheral blood is associated with recurrent miscarriage and poor IVF-ET treatment outcome. International Federation of Fertility Societies (IFFS) 2004 212.6 page 90.

M.Y. Thum, S. Bhaskaran, B. Ford, N. Sumar, A.S. Bansal and H.I. Abdalla1, H.A. Shehata. The absolute count and percentage of peripheral blood Natural killer (NK) cells have no predictive value in IVF-ET treatment outcome. International Federation of Fertility Societies ( IFFS) 2004 728 page 151.