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      F Harris

      Rio Tinto, Brisbane, Australia | Renal Unit, Epsom & St Helier University Hospital, Carshalton, UK | Emmeline Centre for Hearing Implants, Cambridge University Foundation ...



      KOL Resume for F Harris


      Rio Tinto, Brisbane, Australia


      Renal Unit, Epsom & St Helier University Hospital, Carshalton, UK


      University of Oxford, Oxford, United Kingdom


      The Beatson Institute for Cancer Research, Cancer Research UK Beatson Laboratories, Glasgow, UK


      CERN, Switzerland

      School of Earth Sciences and Geography, Kingston‐upon‐Thames, Surrey KT1 2EE


      Open University Business School, The Open University, Walton Hall

      Health Serve Medical Center, Greens­boro, North Carolina (Mss Harris and Piper and Mr Levick)

      Department of Language and Communication Science City University Northampton Square London EC1V OHB UK


      Pediatrics, Emory University, Atlanta, GA


      Nuclear Physics Laboratory, University of Oxford, Keble Road, GB-Oxford OX1 3, UK


      North and Mid Hampshire Health Commission, Basingstoke RG24 9NB.


      Institute of Child Health, Royal Liverpool Children's Hospital, United Kingdom.

      Department of Pathology, University of California, Irvine Medical Center, Orange 92668.


      Special Care Baby Unit, Department of Child Health, Liverpool Maternity Hospital


      Department of Child Health, Children's Hospital, Sheffield


      Department of Child Health, University of Sheffield



      F Harris: Influence Statistics

      Sample of concepts for which F Harris is among the top experts in the world.
      Concept World rank
      ascertainment congenital malformations #1
      registry lcmr #1
      ascertained opcs #1
      lcmr protocol #1
      precocious puberty management #1
      notified opcs #1
      notified lcmr #1
      opcs newborn registries #1
      opcs congenital #1
      opcs lcmr #1
      birth opcs #1
      cases opcs #1
      birth notified #1
      malformed children lcmr #1
      lcmr birth #1
      ascertained lcmr #1
      newborn registries lcmr #1
      1959 malformed children #1
      trivial malformations #3
      chlamydiae cervical specimens #3
      malformations notified #3
      klinefelters syndrome syndrome #3
      south sefton #4
      pregnadienes puberty #5
      surveillance liverpool #6
      positive clearview #6
      computer listings #7
      test clearview #7
      clearview test #9
      management precocious #10
      febrile sepsis #10
      specimens clearview #12
      mesenchymal amoeboid modes #13
      catecholamines diarrhea #14
      liverpool congenital #16
      atrial male #16
      stool guaiac #19
      hypothyroidism klinefelter #20
      endocarditis parietalis #22
      rash disease #22
      pregnancyassociated ahus #23
      amoeboid modes #23
      english health districts #23
      detection chlamydiae #25
      occult pneumococcal #25
      ascertainment congenital #26
      iron occult #26
      knowsley #26
      incidence downs syndrome #26
      child danazol #30


      Prominent publications by F Harris

      KOL-Index: 9461

      Cancer cells can invade three-dimensional matrices by distinct mechanisms, recently defined by their dependence on extracellular proteases, including matrix metalloproteinases. Upon treatment with protease inhibitors, some tumour cells undergo a ‘mesenchymal to amoeboid’ transition that allows invasion in the absence of pericellular proteolysis and matrix degradation. We show here that in HT1080 cells, this transition is associated with weakened integrin-dependent adhesion, consistently ...

      Known for Cell Invasion | Calpain 2 | Integrin Function | Small Interfering | Mesenchymal Amoeboid
      KOL-Index: 5305

      The incidence of Down's syndrome in the Liverpool and Bootle areas from 1961 to 1979 was investigated. A total of 319 liveborn cases was ascertained over this period. Using 3-year moving averages, the incidence of the condition fell gradually from 1.62 per 1000 livebirths for 1961 to 1963 to 1.09 per 1000 livebirths for 1977 to 1979. This trend is significant at the 0.1% level. Over the same period the mean maternal age of Down's syndrome births fell gradually from 36.7 years in 1961 to ...

      Known for Maternal Age | Downs Syndrome | Year Period | Pregnancy Risk | England Female
      KOL-Index: 5213

      The CLEARVIEW Chlamydia test (Unipath, Mountain View, Calif.), a 30-min immunoassay, was compared to a standard tissue culture technique for the direct detection of chlamydiae from 677 cervical specimens obtained from 667 patients. For data analysis, 15 specimens were eliminated because of toxicity in the culture and 14 were eliminated because of failure of the extracted specimen to migrate in the CLEARVIEW test, one of the latter group being culture positive. Of the remaining 648 ...

      Known for Clearview Chlamydia | Cervical Specimens | Direct Detection | Low Prevalence | Sensitivity Specificity
      KOL-Index: 5117

      An analysis was performed of patients with facial clefts notified between 1960 and 1982 to the Liverpool Congenital Malformations Registry. From 1960-82 there were 325 727 births in the area surveyed and 544 cases of facial clefting were notified. When 88 patients with recognised syndromes and multiple congenital anomalies were excluded, the overall prevalence of facial clefts alone was 1.4 per 1000 total births. This group was then classified further into 137 cases of cleft lip alone, ...

      Known for Cleft Palate | 1000 Total Births | Sex Factors | Pregnancy Complications | Cases Facial
      KOL-Index: 4044

      Over two years 29 children had bacteraemia due to Streptococcus pneumoniae at this hospital. In 15 previously healthy children the site of infection could not be identified, and in most of them, bacteraemia was not suspected clinically. All 15 had high total white cell (greater than or equal to 17 x 10(9)/1) and neutrophil (greater than or equal to 11 x 10(9)/1) counts. Twelve children were under 4 years of age, and of these, 10 had been admitted because of a simple febrile convulsion ...

      Known for Febrile Convulsions | Pneumococcal Bacteraemia | Streptococcus Pneumoniae | Leukocyte Count | Preschool Female
      KOL-Index: 3595

      A young girl presenting with diarrhoea and stridor was found to have a thoracic ganglioneuroma. The tumour, which was partially resected, contained an abnormally high amount of vasoactive intestinal peptide (VIP) as measured by radioimmunoassay. This decreased after the operation. In addition, analysis of urine showed the presence of abnormal amounts of catecholamines and catechol metabolites. The findings suggest that the diarrhoea in the syndrome of ganglioneuroma and bowel dysfunction ...

      Known for Watery Diarrhoea | Vasoactive Intestinal | Peptide Vip | Female Ganglioneuroma | Catecholamines Diarrhea
      KOL-Index: 3233

      The GridPP Collaboration is building a UK computing Grid for particle physics, as part of the international effort towards computing for the Large Hadron Collider. The project, funded by the UK Particle Physics and Astronomy Research Council (PPARC), began in September 2001 and completed its first phase 3 years later. GridPP is a collaboration of approximately 100 researchers in 19 UK university particle physics groups, the Council for the Central Laboratory of the Research Councils and ...

      Known for Particle Physics | Large Hadron Collider | Gridpp Collaboration | Development Uk | Developing Deploying
      KOL-Index: 3208

      STUDY OBJECTIVE: The aim was to compare the Office of Population Censuses and Surveys (OPCS) notification system for congenital malformation surveillance and the Liverpool Congenital Malformations Registry (LCMR) with respect to efficiency and uniformity of ascertainment, diagnostic accuracy, and overreporting of minor malformations.

      DESIGN: Manual matching of computer listings was done, using date of birth, sex, birthweight, and health district of residence. Maternal age was used to ...

      Known for Congenital Malformations | Population Censuses | Maternal Age | England Humans | Opcs Notification
      KOL-Index: 2755

      Sixty nine patients with meningococcal disease some of whom presented with a maculopapular rash were entered in a prospective multicentre study. The clinical and laboratory features of children presenting with maculopapular rashes were compared with those of children presenting with typical haemorrhagic rashes. Of the 69 children 26 (38%) developed maculopapular rashes; nine (13%) had a maculopapular rash only, and the remaining 17 had a mixed maculopapular-purpuric rash. Twelve of the ...

      Known for Meningococcal Disease | Compared Children | Diagnosis Differential | Purpuric Rash | Infant Male
      KOL-Index: 2637

      We argue that creating an appealing corporate brand requires consideration of both internal and external stakeholders. A model for managing corporate brands is described in terms of the process of increasing the congruency between brand identity components and narrowing the gap between a brand's identity and its reputation. Propositions are derived from the model and managerial implications explored.

      Known for Corporate Brands | External Stakeholders | Managerial Implications | Brand Identity

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      F Harris:Expert Impact

      Concepts for whichF Harrishas direct influence:Febrile convulsions,  Maternal age,  Precocious puberty,  Congenital malformations,  Particle physics,  Clearview chlamydia,  Muscle growth,  Meningococcal disease.

      F Harris:KOL impact

      Concepts related to the work of other authors for whichfor which F Harris has influence:Lhcb experiment,  Cleft lip,  Integrated luminosity,  Meningococcal disease,  Branching fraction,  Cell migration,  Large hadron collider.



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      Rio Tinto, Brisbane, Australia | Renal Unit, Epsom & St Helier University Hospital, Carshalton, UK | Emmeline Centre for Hearing Implants, Cambridge University Foundation Hospitals Trust, Cambridge, UK. Frances.harris@addenbrookes.nhs.uk | University

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