Mr Nigel William Hardy BSc (Wales)

Mr Nigel William Hardy


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Office gel sonovaginography for the prediction of posterior deep infiltrating endometriosis: a multicenter prospective observational studyReid, S., Lu, C., Hardy, N., Casikar, I., Reid, G., Cario, G., Chou, D., Almashat, D. & Condous, G. 2014 In : Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology.44, 6, p. 710-7189 p.
Analyzing gene expression data in mice with the Neuro Behavior OntologyHoehndorf, R., Hancock, J. M., Hardy, N. W., Mallon, A-M., Schofield, P. N. & Gkoutos, G. V. 2014 In : Mammalian Genome.25, 1-2, p. 32.409 p.
Is there a correlation between aberrant embryonic crown-rump length growth velocities and subsequent birth weightsMongelli, M., Lu, C., Reid, S., Stamatopoulos, N., Sankaralingam, K., Casikar, I., Hardy, N. W. & Condous, G. 2013 In : Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology.42, s1, p. 13-131 p.
Systematic analysis of experimental phenotype data reveals gene functionsHoehndorf, R., Hardy, N. W., Osumi-Sutherland, D., Tweedie, S., Schofield, P. N. & Gkoutos, G. 2013 In : PLoS One.8, 4, e60847
Mouse model phenotypes provide information about human drug targetsHoehndorf, R., Hiebert, T., Hardy, N. W., Schofield, P. N., Gkoutos, G. V. & Dumontier, M. 2013 In : Bioinformatics.n/a, n/a, p. n/a