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2000

Ahmed, H.A., Jazrawi, R.P., Lauffer, G. and Norhtfield, T.C. (2000) Mechanisms of dissolution of cholesterol gallstones. In: Falk Workshop on Bile Acids in Hepatobiliary Disease; 29-30 Mar 1999, London, UK. (Falk Symposium) ISBN 9780792387558

Jazrawi, R.P., Pazzi, P., Petroni, M.L., Ahmed, H.A. and Northfield, T.C. (2000) Role of the gallbladder in the pathogenesis of gallstone disease. In: Falk Workshop on Bile Acids in Hepatobiliary Disease; 29-30 Mar 1999, London, UK. (Falk Symposium) ISBN 9780792387558

Lim, A.G., Jazrawi, R.P., Ahmed, H.A. and Northfield, T.C. (2000) Ursodeoxycholic acid: an immunomodulator in primary biliary cirrhosis? In: Falk Workshop on Bile Acids in Hepatobiliary Disease; 29-30 Mar 1999, London, UK. (Falk Symposium) ISBN 9780792387558

Northfield, T.C. , Ahmed, H. , Jazwari, R. and Zentler-Munro, P., eds. (2000) Bile acids in hepatobiliary disease. Dordrecht, The Netherlands : Springer. 368p. (Falk Symposium) ISBN 9780792387558

Petroni, M.L., Jazrawi, R.P., Lanzini, A., Pazzi, P., Ahmed, H.A. and Northfield, T.C. (2000) Combination of ursodeoxycholic acid and chenodeoxycholic acid for dissolution of cholesterol gallstones. In: Falk Workshop on Bile Acids in Hepatobiliary Disease; 29-30 Mar 1999, London, UK. (Falk Symposium) ISBN 9780792387558

Stenner, J.M.C., Jazrawi, R.P., Ahmed, H.A., Verma, A. and Northfield, T.C. (2000) Fibrosis markers and ursodeoxycholic acid. In: Falk Workshop on Bile Acids in Hepatobiliary Disease; 29-30 Mar 1999, London, UK. (Falk Symposium) ISBN 9780792387558

Verma, A., Jazrawi, R.P., Ahmed, H.A. and Northfield, T.C. (2000) The optimum dose of ursodeoxycholic acid in primary biliary cirrhosis. In: Falk Workshop on Bile Acids in Hepatobiliary Disease; 29-30 Mar 1999, London, UK. (Falk Symposium) ISBN 9780792387558

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