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Asst. Prof. Dr. John Charles Draper

Asst. Prof. Dr. John Charles Draper

College of Local Administration,
Khon Kaen University
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1. Make the dressing fit the wound. Draper, J 0
2. Outcome of patients after air medical transport for management of nontraumatic acute intracranial bleeding. Silbergleit, R
Burney, RE
Draper, J
Nelson, K
0
3. The impact of nursing models. Draper, J 0
4. A comparative physiological trial of four types of personal load-carrying equipment. REID, AM
RENBOURN, ET
DRAPER, J
1955
5. Physiological data derived from a trial of a water impermeable-water vapour permeable garment. DRAPER, J
REID, AM
RENBOURN, ET
1955
6. Some viral central nervous system diseases; laboratory studies with emphasis on aseptic meningitis. KHOOBYARIAN, N
DRAPER, J
DWYER, AC
MURTHY, YK
WALCHER, DN
1959
7. The intestinal flora of infants and children with diarrhea. WALCHER, DN
DRAPER, J
SCHAFFER, J
BEAMER, P
TREXLER, P
1962
8. Inhibition of prostaglandin release and the control of threatened abortion. Tothill, A
Bamford, D
Draper, J
1971
9. Long-term care of the hemiplegic patient in the home. Draper, J 1974
10. Courting the idea of national health. Draper, J 1980
11. Health insurance: an eye on American welfare. Draper, J 1980
12. Pride of place. Draper, J 1980
13. Nurse practitioners in the USA: from handmaiden to health specialist? Draper, J 1981
14. A consumer view of the health visiting service. Field, S
Draper, J
Kerr, M
Hare, M
1982
15. Interaction with health care personnel. Part 1. The antenatal period. Field, SM
Draper, J
Kerr, N
Hare, MJ
1982
16. Interaction with health care personnel. Part 2: Hospital maternity care. Field, SM
Draper, J
Kerr, N
Hare, MJ
1982
17. Interaction with health care personnel. Part 3. The postnatal period. Field, SM
Draper, J
Kerr, N
Hare, MJ
1982
18. Women's knowledge of health care during pregnancy. Draper, J
Field, S
Kerr, M
Hare, MJ
1983
19. A quick method for processing MDX-4-4210 silicone rubber. Draper, J
Esposito, SJ
Cowper, TR
1984
20. Community antenatal care--a local study. Field, S
Draper, J
Thomas, H
Hare, MJ
1984
21. The health visitor's view of consumer criticisms. Field, S
Draper, J
Thomas, H
Farmer, S
Hare, MJ
1984
22. The working relationship between the general practitioner and the health visitor. Draper, J
Farmer, S
Field, S
Thomas, H
Hare, MJ
1984
23. Fetal movement counting. Draper, J
Thomas, H
Hare, MJ
1986
24. Plant regeneration and thebaine content of plants derived from callus culture of Papaver bracteatum. Day, KB
Draper, J
Smith, H
1986
25. Should women carry their antenatal records? Draper, J
Field, S
Thomas, H
Hare, MJ
1986
26. Womens' views on keeping fetal movement charts. Draper, J
Field, S
Thomas, H
Hare, MJ
1986
27. Evaluation of an integrated community antenatal clinic. Thomas, H
Draper, J
Field, S
Hare, MJ
1987
28. Genetic transformation of flax (Linum usitatissimum) by Agrobacterium tumefaciens: regeneration of transformed shoots via a callus phase. Basiran, N
Armitage, P
Scott, RJ
Draper, J
1987
29. Transformation of carrot tissues derived from proembryogenic suspension cells: A useful model system for gene expression studies in plants. Scott, RJ
Draper, J
1987
30. Bilateral congenital third cranial nerve palsy. Flanders, M
Watters, G
Draper, J
O'Gorman, A
1989
31. Excision of the maize transposable element Ac in flax callus. Roberts, MR
Kumar, A
Scott, R
Draper, J
1990
32. Perimenopausal women's views on taking hormone replacement therapy to prevent osteoporosis. Draper, J
Roland, M
1990
33. Superior oblique palsy: diagnosis and treatment. Flanders, M
Draper, J
1990
34. A Brassica napus mRNA expressed specifically in developing microspores. Roberts, MR
Robson, F
Foster, GD
Draper, J
Scott, RJ
1991
35. Patterns of gene expression in developing anthers of Brassica napus. Scott, R
Dagless, E
Hodge, R
Paul, W
Soufleri, I
Draper, J
1991
36. Characterisation of a wound-induced transcript from the monocot asparagus that shares similarity with a class of intracellular pathogenesis-related (PR) proteins. Warner, SA
Scott, R
Draper, J
1992
37. Chloroplast Dedifferentiation in Mechanically Isolated Asparagus Cells during Culture Initiation. Harikrishna, K
Darby, R
Draper, J
1992
38. Expression of Helenium virus S coat protein in Escherichia coli, in vitro in rabbit reticulocyte lysate and transgenic tobacco. Foster, GD
Scott, R
Draper, J
Mills, PR
1992
39. High frequency adventitious shoot regeneration from immature cotyledons of pea (Pisum sativum L.). Ozcan, S
Barghchi, M
Firek, S
Draper, J
1992
40. Premature dissolution of the microsporocyte callose wall causes male sterility in transgenic tobacco. Worrall, D
Hird, DL
Hodge, R
Paul, W
Draper, J
Scott, R
1992
41. The isolation and characterisation of the tapetum-specific Arabidopsis thaliana A9 gene. Paul, W
Hodge, R
Smartt, S
Draper, J
Scott, R
1992
42. A wound-induced promoter driving npt-II expression limited to dedifferentiated cells at wound sites is sufficient to allow selection of transgenic shoots. Firek, S
Ozcan, S
Warner, SA
Draper, J
1993
43. Characterization of a new class of oleosins suggests a male gametophyte-specific lipid storage pathway. Roberts, MR
Hodge, R
Ross, JH
Sorensen, A
Murphy, DJ
Draper, J
Scott, R
1993
44. Gametophytic and sporophytic expression of an anther-specific Arabidopsis thaliana gene. Roberts, MR
Foster, GD
Blundell, RP
Robinson, SW
Kumar, A
Draper, J
Scott, R
1993
45. Isolation of an asparagus intracellular PR gene (AoPR1) wound-responsive promoter by the inverse polymerase chain reaction and its characterization in transgenic tobacco. Warner, SA
Scott, R
Draper, J
1993
46. Secretion of a functional single-chain Fv protein in transgenic tobacco plants and cell suspension cultures. Firek, S
Draper, J
Owen, MR
Gandecha, A
Cockburn, B
Whitelam, GC
1993
47. Endoplasmic reticulum targeting of active modified beta-glucuronidase (GUS) in transgenic tobacco plants. Firek, S
Whitelam, GC
Draper, J
1994
48. The developmental expression of the asparagus intracellular PR protein (AoPR1) gene correlates with sites of phenylpropanoid biosynthesis. Warner, SA
Gill, A
Draper, J
1994
49. Hydrogen peroxide does not function downstream of salicylic acid in the induction of PR protein expression. Bi, YM
Kenton, P
Mur, L
Darby, R
Draper, J
1995
50. Identifying the agenda in the consultation. Silverman, J
Draper, J
1995
51. Risk factors for recurrent emergency department visits for asthma. Dales, RE
Schweitzer, I
Kerr, P
Gougeon, L
Rivington, R
Draper, J
1995
52. The inhumanity of medicine. Interpersonal and communication skills can be taught. Silverman, JD
Draper, J
Kurtz, SM
1995
53. A discussion of some of the literature relating to history, repair and consequences of perineal trauma. Draper, J
Newell, R
1996
54. An investigation into the application and maintenance of Hamilton Russell traction on three orthopaedic wards. Draper, J
Scott, F
1996
55. Nursing development units: an opportunity for evaluation. Draper, J 1996
56. Alternative processing of the maize Ac transcript in Arabidopsis. Martin, DJ
Firek, S
Moreau, E
Draper, J
1997
57. Compromising early salicylic acid accumulation delays the hypersensitive response and increases viral dispersal during lesion establishment in TMV-infected tobacco. Mur, LA
Bi, YM
Darby, RM
Firek, S
Draper, J
1997
58. Something in the air: volatile signals in plant defence. Mur, LA
Kenton, P
Draper, J
1997
59. Whose welfare in the labour room? A discussion of the increasing trend of fathers' birth attendance. Draper, J 1997
60. 6 tips on preparing for the NCLEX-RN exam. Draper, J
Stein, AM
2000
61. A loss of resistance to avirulent bacterial pathogens in tobacco is associated with the attenuation of a salicylic acid-potentiated oxidative burst. Mur, LA
Brown, IR
Darby, RM
Bestwick, CS
Bi, YM
Mansfield, JW
Draper, J
2000
62. A PR-5 gene promoter from Asparagus officinalis (AoPRT-L) is not induced by abiotic stress, but is activated around sites of pathogen challenge and by salicylate in transgenic tobacco. Kenton, P
Darby, RM
Shelley, G
Draper, J
2000
63. A thaumatin-like gene from Asparagus officinalis (AoPRT-L) exhibits slow activation following tissue maceration or salicylic acid treatment, suggesting convergent defence-related signalling in monocots. Darby, RM
Firek, S
Mur, LA
Draper, J
2000
64. Cell-specific expression of salicylate hydroxylase in an attempt to separate localized HR and systemic signalling establishing SAR in tobacco. Darby, RM
Maddison, A
Mur, LA
Bi, YM
Draper, J
2000
65. Brachypodium distachyon. A new model system for functional genomics in grasses. Draper, J
Mur, LA
Jenkins, G
Ghosh-Biswas, GC
Bablak, P
Hasterok, R
Routledge, AP
2001
66. Genomic computing. Explanatory analysis of plant expression profiling data using machine learning. Kell, DB
Darby, RM
Draper, J
2001
67. Model-independent source imaging using two-pion correlations in (2 to 8)a GeV Au+Au collisions. Panitkin, SY
Ajitanand, NN
Alexander, J
Anderson, M
Best, D
Brady, FP
Case, T
Caskey, W
Cebra, D
Chance, J
Chung, P
Cole, B
Crowe, K
Das, A
Draper, J
Gilkes, M
Gushue, S
Heffner, M
Hirsch, A
Hjort, E
Huo, L
Justice, M
Kaplan, M
Keane, D
Kintner, J
Klay, J
Krofcheck, D
Lacey, R
Lauret, J
Lisa, MA
Liu, H
Liu, YM
McGrath, R
Milosevich, Z
Odyniec, G
Olson, D
Pinkenburg, C
Porile, N
Rai, G
Ritter, HG
Romero, J
Scharenberg, R
Schroeder, LS
Srivastava, B
Stone, NT
Symons, TJ
Wang, S
Wells, R
Whitfield, J
Wienold, T
Witt, R
Wood, L
Yang, X
Zhang, WN
Zhang, Y
Brown, DA
Danielewicz, P
2001
68. Cytotrophoblast stem cell lines derived from human embryonic stem cells and their capacity to mimic invasive implantation events. Harun, R
Ruban, L
Matin, M
Draper, J
Jenkins, NM
Liew, GC
Andrews, PW
Li, TC
Laird, SM
Moore, HD
2006
69. Two-stage channel systems: Part 2, case studies G. E. Powell
A. D. Ward
D. E. Mecklenburg
J. Draper
W. Word
2007
70. Inferring ethnolinguistic vitality in a community of Northeast Thailand John Charles Draper 2010
71. Reconsidering Compulsory English in Developing Countries in Asia: English in a Community of Northeast Thailand Draper, J.C. 2012
72. Revisiting English in Thailand Draper, J.C. 2012
73. Merits of random forests emerge in evaluation of chemometric classifiers by external validation. Scott, IM
Lin, W
Liakata, M
Wood, JE
Vermeer, CP
Allaway, D
Ward, JL
Draper, J
Beale, MH
Corol, DI
Baker, JM
King, RD
2013
74. The Isan Culture Maintenance and Revitalisation Programme's multilingual signage attitude survey Draper, J.C.
Prasertsri, P.
2013
75. The status of Thailand's implementation of international treaty obligations regarding linguistic human rights in education Draper, J.C. 2013
76. On the multiaxial fatigue assessment of complex three-dimensional stress concentrators R. Louks
B. Gerin
J. Draper
H. Askes
L. Susmel
2014
77. Culture and language promotion in Thailand: implications for the Thai Lao minority of introducing multilingual signage Draper, J.C. 2015
78. Dietary compliance in a human intervention study investigating the impact of specific foods on urinary metabolites N. D. Willis
S. E. Dodds
A. J. Lloyd
L. Xie
E. S. Chambers
I. Garcia-Perez
G. Frost
M. Beckmann
J. Draper
J. C. Mathers
2015
79. Towards a curriculum for the Thai Lao of Northeast Thailand? Draper, J.C. 2015
80. Critical analysis of a plasma NT-proBNP led acute heart failure service at our institution over 1 year J. Draper
J. Jessica Webb
Y. Yiu
S. Piper
C. Plymen
T. Mcdonagh
S. Kapetanakis
R. Rajani
G. Carr-White
2016
81. Developing community-based urine sampling methods to facilitate dietary exposure biomarker technology for population assessment T. Wilson
N. D. Willis
H. Zubair
M. Beckmann
L. Xie
K. Tailliart
A. J. Lloyd
J. C. Mathers
J. Draper
2016
82. In acute heart failure admissions should a plasma NT-proBNP of 300ng/litre or 400ng/litre be the threshold for ruling out the diagnosis of heart failure J. Draper
J. Jessica Webb
Y. Yiu
S. Piper
S. Kapetanakis
R. Rajani
T. Mcdonagh
G. Carr-White
2016
83. Maternally offered seaweed extracts improves the performance and health status of the postweaned pig J. Draper
A. M. Walsh
M. McDonnell
J. V. O'Doherty
2016
84. Non selective characterisation of heart failure with preserved ejection fraction in patients presenting to A and E J. Jessica Webb
J. Draper
Y. Yiu
S. Piper
T. Mcdonagh
R. Rajani
S. Kapetanakis
G. Carr-White
2016
85. Quantification of dietary biomarkers in spot urine samples reflects the intake of foods of UK high public health importance A. J. Lloyd
H. Zubair
N. D. Willis
T. Wilson
L. Xie
K. Tailliart
E. S. Chambers
I. Garcia-Perez
E. Holmes
G. Frost
J. C. Mathers
M. Beckmann
J. Draper
2016
86. The design and manufacture of municipal and school uniforms for a northeastern Thai municipality Draper, J.C. 2016
87. The Isan Culture Maintenance and Revitalisation Programme's multilingual signage attitude survey: Phase II Draper, J.C. 2016
88. A theoretical analysis of non-formal education as a social movement for change in Thailand Draper, J.C.
Kantavong, P.
2017
89. Demographics, prognostic variables and clinical outcomes in patients with heart failure with mid range ejection fraction (HFmrEF) J. Jessica Webb
J. Draper
T. Teall
E. Bolca
L. Fovargue
S. Rivolo
R. Rajani
S. Piper
A. Mcdiarmid
S. Kapetanakis
T. Mcdonagh
R. Razavi
G. Carr-White
2017
90. Diagnostic accuracy of plasma ntprobnp in patients over 80 years of age in a non selected british population J. Draper
J. Jessica Webb
E. Bolca
Y. Yiu
L. Fovargue
S. Rivolo
B. Porter
B. Sieniewicz
S. Kapetanakis
A. Mcdiarmid
S. Piper
R. Rajani
T. Mcdonagh
R. Razavi
G. Carr-White
2017
91. Investigating the educational offering in a quasi-Autonomous Thai municipality Kamnuansilpa, P.
Draper, J.C.
Ando,
,
2017
92. Report on the completion of the Isan culture maintenance and revitalization programme Draper, J.C. 2017
93. The diagnostic and economic implications of using a plasma nt-probnp of 300 or 400ng/litre as the threshold for ruling out the diagnosis of heart failure in a non selected british population J. Jessica Webb
J. Draper
S. Claridge
T. Jackson
L. Fovargue
S. Piper
E. Bolca
S. Rivolo
R. Rajani
S. Kapetanakis
A. Mcdiarmid
T. Mcdonagh
R. Razavi
G. Carr-White
2017
94. The Thai Lao question: the reappearance of Thailand’s ethnic Lao community and related policy questions Draper, J.C.
Kamnuansilpa, P.
2018
95. Addressing the pitfalls when designing intervention studies to discover and validate biomarkers of habitual dietary intake. Lloyd, AJ
Willis, ND
Wilson, T
Zubair, H
Chambers, E
Garcia-Perez, I
Xie, L
Tailliart, K
Beckmann, M
Mathers, JC
Draper, J
2019
96. A New Dataset on Horizontal Structural Ethnic Inequalities in Thailand in Order to Address Sustainable Development Goal 10 Draper, J.C. 2019
97. INCIDENCE OF TEENAGE PREGNANCY IN GEORGIA AND AUSTRALIA. PATTERNS OF SOCIAL ACCEPTANCE AND RELATED HEALTHCARE CONCERNS. Abuladze, N
Vincent, R
Draper, J
Asatiani, T
2019
98. Language education policy in Thailand Draper, J.C. 2019
99. Racial “Othering” in Thailand: Quantitative Evidence, Causes, and Consequences Draper, J.C. 2019
100. Searching for ‘pockets of effectiveness’ in weak governance states: Preliminary examination of the securities and exchange commission of Myanmar Draper, J.C. 2019
101. Statistical report on a poll in Northeast Thailand on aspects of inclusion Draper, J.C. 2019
102. The military draft in Thailand: A critique from a nonkilling global political science perspective Sripokangkul, S.
Draper, J.C.
2019
103. The Thai Lao – Thailand's largest unrecognized transboundary national ethnicity Draper, J.C.
Kamnuansilpa, P.
2019
104. Understanding the social environment determinants of student movements: A consideration of student activism in Thailand and the Thai “social cage” Sripokangkul, S.
Draper, J.C.
2019
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Title Authors Year Publication name Cited count
< 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 Total
1. Inferring ethnolinguistic vitality in a community of Northeast Thailand Draper, J.C. 2010 Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development
2 (31), pp. 135-147
2. Reconsidering Compulsory English in Developing Countries in Asia: English in a Community of Northeast Thailand Draper, J.C. 2012 TESOL Quarterly
4 (46), pp. 777-811
3. Revisiting English in Thailand Draper, J.C. 2012 Asian EFL Journal
4 (14), pp. 9-38
4. The Isan Culture Maintenance and Revitalisation Programme's multilingual signage attitude survey Draper, J.C.
Prasertsri, P.
2013 Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development
7 (34), pp. 617-635
5. The status of Thailand's implementation of international treaty obligations regarding linguistic human rights in education Draper, J.C. 2013 Current Issues in Language Planning
2 (14), pp. 317-336
6. Culture and language promotion in Thailand: implications for the Thai Lao minority of introducing multilingual signage Draper, J.C. 2015 Asian Ethnicity
2 (16), pp. 203-234
7. Towards a curriculum for the Thai Lao of Northeast Thailand? Draper, J.C. 2015 Current Issues in Language Planning
(), pp.
8. Towards a curriculum for the Thai Lao of Northeast Thailand? Draper, J.C. 2015 Current Issues in Language Planning
3 (16), pp. 238-258
9. The design and manufacture of municipal and school uniforms for a northeastern Thai municipality Draper, J.C. 2016 Sojourn
1 (31), pp. 358-375
10. The Isan Culture Maintenance and Revitalisation Programme's multilingual signage attitude survey: Phase II Draper, J.C. 2016 Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development
8 (37), pp. 832-848
11. A theoretical analysis of non-formal education as a social movement for change in Thailand Draper, J.C.
Kantavong, P.
2017 Asia-Pacific Social Science Review
2 (17), pp. 294-306
12. Investigating the educational offering in a quasi-Autonomous Thai municipality Kamnuansilpa, P.
Draper, J.C.
Ando,
,
2017 Pertanika Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities
4 (25), pp. 1765-1788
13. Report on the completion of the Isan culture maintenance and revitalization programme Draper, J.C. 2017 Sojourn
1 (32), pp. 200-220
14. The Thai Lao question: the reappearance of Thailand’s ethnic Lao community and related policy questions Draper, J.C.
Kamnuansilpa, P.
2018 Asian Ethnicity
1 (19), pp. 81-105
15. A New Dataset on Horizontal Structural Ethnic Inequalities in Thailand in Order to Address Sustainable Development Goal 10 Draper, J.C. 2019 Social Indicators Research
1 (141), pp. 275-297
16. Language education policy in Thailand Draper, J.C. 2019 The Routledge International Handbook of Language Education Policy in Asia
(), pp. 229-242
17. Racial “Othering” in Thailand: Quantitative Evidence, Causes, and Consequences Draper, J.C. 2019 Nationalism and Ethnic Politics
3 (25), pp. 251-272
18. Searching for ‘pockets of effectiveness’ in weak governance states: Preliminary examination of the securities and exchange commission of Myanmar Draper, J.C. 2019 Australian Journal of Public Administration
(), pp.
19. Statistical report on a poll in Northeast Thailand on aspects of inclusion Draper, J.C. 2019 Sojourn
2 (34), pp. 463-490
20. The military draft in Thailand: A critique from a nonkilling global political science perspective Sripokangkul, S.
Draper, J.C.
2019 Global Change, Peace and Security
1 (31), pp. 39-59
21. The Thai Lao – Thailand's largest unrecognized transboundary national ethnicity Draper, J.C.
Kamnuansilpa, P.
2019 Nations and Nationalism
4 (25), pp. 1131-1152
22. Understanding the social environment determinants of student movements: A consideration of student activism in Thailand and the Thai “social cage” Sripokangkul, S.
Draper, J.C.
2019 International Journal of Asia-Pacific Studies
1 (15), pp. 59-96

Title Authors Year Journal title
1. A comparative physiological trial of four types of personal load-carrying equipment. REID, AM
RENBOURN, ET
DRAPER, J
1955 Journal of the Royal Army Medical Corps
2 (101), pp. 137-52
2. Physiological data derived from a trial of a water impermeable-water vapour permeable garment. DRAPER, J
REID, AM
RENBOURN, ET
1955 The Journal of physiology
3 (127), pp. 58-9P
3. Some viral central nervous system diseases; laboratory studies with emphasis on aseptic meningitis. KHOOBYARIAN, N
DRAPER, J
DWYER, AC
MURTHY, YK
WALCHER, DN
1959 A.M.A. journal of diseases of children
1 (98), pp. 15-23
4. The intestinal flora of infants and children with diarrhea. WALCHER, DN
DRAPER, J
SCHAFFER, J
BEAMER, P
TREXLER, P
1962 The Journal of pediatrics
(61), pp. 306-7
5. Inhibition of prostaglandin release and the control of threatened abortion. Tothill, A
Bamford, D
Draper, J
1971 Lancet (London, England)
7720 (2), pp. 381
6. Long-term care of the hemiplegic patient in the home. Draper, J 1974 Nursing mirror and midwives journal
6 (139), pp. 76-8
7. Courting the idea of national health. Draper, J 1980 Health and social service journal
4681 (90), pp. 253-5
8. Health insurance: an eye on American welfare. Draper, J 1980 Health and social service journal
4680 (90), pp. 216-9
9. Pride of place. Draper, J 1980 Nursing mirror
17 (151), pp. 16-9
10. Nurse practitioners in the USA: from handmaiden to health specialist? Draper, J 1981 Nursing mirror
26 (152), pp. 22-4
11. Interaction with health care personnel. Part 2: Hospital maternity care. Field, SM
Draper, J
Kerr, N
Hare, MJ
1982 Midwife, health visitor & community nurse
6 (18), pp. 218-21
12. Interaction with health care personnel. Part 1. The antenatal period. Field, SM
Draper, J
Kerr, N
Hare, MJ
1982 Midwife, health visitor & community nurse
5 (18), pp. 197-8
13. Interaction with health care personnel. Part 3. The postnatal period. Field, SM
Draper, J
Kerr, N
Hare, MJ
1982 Midwife, health visitor & community nurse
7 (18), pp. 279, 287
14. A consumer view of the health visiting service. Field, S
Draper, J
Kerr, M
Hare, M
1982 Health visitor
6 (55), pp. 299-301
15. Women's knowledge of health care during pregnancy. Draper, J
Field, S
Kerr, M
Hare, MJ
1983 Health visitor
3 (56), pp. 86-8
16. Community antenatal care--a local study. Field, S
Draper, J
Thomas, H
Hare, MJ
1984 Health trends
3 (16), pp. 64-6
17. The working relationship between the general practitioner and the health visitor. Draper, J
Farmer, S
Field, S
Thomas, H
Hare, MJ
1984 The Journal of the Royal College of General Practitioners
262 (34), pp. 264-8
18. A quick method for processing MDX-4-4210 silicone rubber. Draper, J
Esposito, SJ
Cowper, TR
1984 The Journal of prosthetic dentistry
3 (52), pp. 450-2
19. The health visitor's view of consumer criticisms. Field, S
Draper, J
Thomas, H
Farmer, S
Hare, MJ
1984 Health visitor
9 (57), pp. 273-5
20. Womens' views on keeping fetal movement charts. Draper, J
Field, S
Thomas, H
Hare, MJ
1986 British journal of obstetrics and gynaecology
4 (93), pp. 334-8
21. Plant regeneration and thebaine content of plants derived from callus culture of Papaver bracteatum. Day, KB
Draper, J
Smith, H
1986 Plant cell reports
6 (5), pp. 471-4
22. Fetal movement counting. Draper, J
Thomas, H
Hare, MJ
1986 Lancet (London, England)
8472 (1), pp. 92
23. Should women carry their antenatal records? Draper, J
Field, S
Thomas, H
Hare, MJ
1986 British medical journal (Clinical research ed.)
6520 (292), pp. 603
24. Transformation of carrot tissues derived from proembryogenic suspension cells: A useful model system for gene expression studies in plants. Scott, RJ
Draper, J
1987 Plant molecular biology
3 (8), pp. 265-74
25. Evaluation of an integrated community antenatal clinic. Thomas, H
Draper, J
Field, S
Hare, MJ
1987 The Journal of the Royal College of General Practitioners
305 (37), pp. 544-7
26. Genetic transformation of flax (Linum usitatissimum) by Agrobacterium tumefaciens: regeneration of transformed shoots via a callus phase. Basiran, N
Armitage, P
Scott, RJ
Draper, J
1987 Plant cell reports
5 (6), pp. 396-9
27. Bilateral congenital third cranial nerve palsy. Flanders, M
Watters, G
Draper, J
O'Gorman, A
1989 Canadian journal of ophthalmology. Journal canadien d'ophtalmologie
1 (24), pp. 28-30
28. Perimenopausal women's views on taking hormone replacement therapy to prevent osteoporosis. Draper, J
Roland, M
1990 BMJ (Clinical research ed.)
6727 (300), pp. 786-8
29. Superior oblique palsy: diagnosis and treatment. Flanders, M
Draper, J
1990 Canadian journal of ophthalmology. Journal canadien d'ophtalmologie
1 (25), pp. 17-24
30. Excision of the maize transposable element Ac in flax callus. Roberts, MR
Kumar, A
Scott, R
Draper, J
1990 Plant cell reports
7 (9), pp. 406-9
31. A Brassica napus mRNA expressed specifically in developing microspores. Roberts, MR
Robson, F
Foster, GD
Draper, J
Scott, RJ
1991 Plant molecular biology
2 (17), pp. 295-9
32. Patterns of gene expression in developing anthers of Brassica napus. Scott, R
Dagless, E
Hodge, R
Paul, W
Soufleri, I
Draper, J
1991 Plant molecular biology
2 (17), pp. 195-207
33. Premature dissolution of the microsporocyte callose wall causes male sterility in transgenic tobacco. Worrall, D
Hird, DL
Hodge, R
Paul, W
Draper, J
Scott, R
1992 The Plant cell
7 (4), pp. 759-71
34. High frequency adventitious shoot regeneration from immature cotyledons of pea (Pisum sativum L.). Ozcan, S
Barghchi, M
Firek, S
Draper, J
1992 Plant cell reports
1 (11), pp. 44-7
35. The isolation and characterisation of the tapetum-specific Arabidopsis thaliana A9 gene. Paul, W
Hodge, R
Smartt, S
Draper, J
Scott, R
1992 Plant molecular biology
4 (19), pp. 611-22
36. Chloroplast Dedifferentiation in Mechanically Isolated Asparagus Cells during Culture Initiation. Harikrishna, K
Darby, R
Draper, J
1992 Plant physiology
3 (100), pp. 1177-83
37. Expression of Helenium virus S coat protein in Escherichia coli, in vitro in rabbit reticulocyte lysate and transgenic tobacco. Foster, GD
Scott, R
Draper, J
Mills, PR
1992 Acta virologica
6 (36), pp. 567-75
38. Characterisation of a wound-induced transcript from the monocot asparagus that shares similarity with a class of intracellular pathogenesis-related (PR) proteins. Warner, SA
Scott, R
Draper, J
1992 Plant molecular biology
4 (19), pp. 555-61
39. Characterization of a new class of oleosins suggests a male gametophyte-specific lipid storage pathway. Roberts, MR
Hodge, R
Ross, JH
Sorensen, A
Murphy, DJ
Draper, J
Scott, R
1993 The Plant journal : for cell and molecular biology
5 (3), pp. 629-36
40. Gametophytic and sporophytic expression of an anther-specific Arabidopsis thaliana gene. Roberts, MR
Foster, GD
Blundell, RP
Robinson, SW
Kumar, A
Draper, J
Scott, R
1993 The Plant journal : for cell and molecular biology
1 (3), pp. 111-20
41. Isolation of an asparagus intracellular PR gene (AoPR1) wound-responsive promoter by the inverse polymerase chain reaction and its characterization in transgenic tobacco. Warner, SA
Scott, R
Draper, J
1993 The Plant journal : for cell and molecular biology
2 (3), pp. 191-201
42. A wound-induced promoter driving npt-II expression limited to dedifferentiated cells at wound sites is sufficient to allow selection of transgenic shoots. Firek, S
Ozcan, S
Warner, SA
Draper, J
1993 Plant molecular biology
1 (22), pp. 129-42
43. Secretion of a functional single-chain Fv protein in transgenic tobacco plants and cell suspension cultures. Firek, S
Draper, J
Owen, MR
Gandecha, A
Cockburn, B
Whitelam, GC
1993 Plant molecular biology
4 (23), pp. 861-70
44. Endoplasmic reticulum targeting of active modified beta-glucuronidase (GUS) in transgenic tobacco plants. Firek, S
Whitelam, GC
Draper, J
1994 Transgenic research
5 (3), pp. 326-31
45. The developmental expression of the asparagus intracellular PR protein (AoPR1) gene correlates with sites of phenylpropanoid biosynthesis. Warner, SA
Gill, A
Draper, J
1994 The Plant journal : for cell and molecular biology
1 (6), pp. 31-43
46. The inhumanity of medicine. Interpersonal and communication skills can be taught. Silverman, JD
Draper, J
Kurtz, SM
1995 BMJ (Clinical research ed.)
6978 (310), pp. 527
47. Identifying the agenda in the consultation. Silverman, J
Draper, J
1995 The British journal of general practice : the journal of the Royal College of General Practitioners
390 (45), pp. 52-3
48. Risk factors for recurrent emergency department visits for asthma. Dales, RE
Schweitzer, I
Kerr, P
Gougeon, L
Rivington, R
Draper, J
1995 Thorax
5 (50), pp. 520-4
49. Hydrogen peroxide does not function downstream of salicylic acid in the induction of PR protein expression. Bi, YM
Kenton, P
Mur, L
Darby, R
Draper, J
1995 The Plant journal : for cell and molecular biology
2 (8), pp. 235-45
50. An investigation into the application and maintenance of Hamilton Russell traction on three orthopaedic wards. Draper, J
Scott, F
1996 Journal of advanced nursing
3 (23), pp. 536-41
51. Nursing development units: an opportunity for evaluation. Draper, J 1996 Journal of advanced nursing
2 (23), pp. 267-71
52. A discussion of some of the literature relating to history, repair and consequences of perineal trauma. Draper, J
Newell, R
1996 Midwifery
3 (12), pp. 140-5
53. Alternative processing of the maize Ac transcript in Arabidopsis. Martin, DJ
Firek, S
Moreau, E
Draper, J
1997 The Plant journal : for cell and molecular biology
5 (11), pp. 933-43
54. Compromising early salicylic acid accumulation delays the hypersensitive response and increases viral dispersal during lesion establishment in TMV-infected tobacco. Mur, LA
Bi, YM
Darby, RM
Firek, S
Draper, J
1997 The Plant journal : for cell and molecular biology
5 (12), pp. 1113-26
55. Something in the air: volatile signals in plant defence. Mur, LA
Kenton, P
Draper, J
1997 Trends in microbiology
8 (5), pp. 297-300
56. Whose welfare in the labour room? A discussion of the increasing trend of fathers' birth attendance. Draper, J 1997 Midwifery
3 (13), pp. 132-8
57. A PR-5 gene promoter from Asparagus officinalis (AoPRT-L) is not induced by abiotic stress, but is activated around sites of pathogen challenge and by salicylate in transgenic tobacco. Kenton, P
Darby, RM
Shelley, G
Draper, J
2000 Molecular plant pathology
6 (1), pp. 367-78
58. A thaumatin-like gene from Asparagus officinalis (AoPRT-L) exhibits slow activation following tissue maceration or salicylic acid treatment, suggesting convergent defence-related signalling in monocots. Darby, RM
Firek, S
Mur, LA
Draper, J
2000 Molecular plant pathology
6 (1), pp. 357-66
59. Cell-specific expression of salicylate hydroxylase in an attempt to separate localized HR and systemic signalling establishing SAR in tobacco. Darby, RM
Maddison, A
Mur, LA
Bi, YM
Draper, J
2000 Molecular plant pathology
2 (1), pp. 115-23
60. 6 tips on preparing for the NCLEX-RN exam. Draper, J
Stein, AM
2000 Imprint
1 (47), pp. 51-2
61. A loss of resistance to avirulent bacterial pathogens in tobacco is associated with the attenuation of a salicylic acid-potentiated oxidative burst. Mur, LA
Brown, IR
Darby, RM
Bestwick, CS
Bi, YM
Mansfield, JW
Draper, J
2000 The Plant journal : for cell and molecular biology
5 (23), pp. 609-21
62. Genomic computing. Explanatory analysis of plant expression profiling data using machine learning. Kell, DB
Darby, RM
Draper, J
2001 Plant physiology
3 (126), pp. 943-51
63. Brachypodium distachyon. A new model system for functional genomics in grasses. Draper, J
Mur, LA
Jenkins, G
Ghosh-Biswas, GC
Bablak, P
Hasterok, R
Routledge, AP
2001 Plant physiology
4 (127), pp. 1539-55
64. Model-independent source imaging using two-pion correlations in (2 to 8)a GeV Au+Au collisions. Panitkin, SY
Ajitanand, NN
Alexander, J
Anderson, M
Best, D
Brady, FP
Case, T
Caskey, W
Cebra, D
Chance, J
Chung, P
Cole, B
Crowe, K
Das, A
Draper, J
Gilkes, M
Gushue, S
Heffner, M
Hirsch, A
Hjort, E
Huo, L
Justice, M
Kaplan, M
Keane, D
Kintner, J
Klay, J
Krofcheck, D
Lacey, R
Lauret, J
Lisa, MA
Liu, H
Liu, YM
McGrath, R
Milosevich, Z
Odyniec, G
Olson, D
Pinkenburg, C
Porile, N
Rai, G
Ritter, HG
Romero, J
Scharenberg, R
Schroeder, LS
Srivastava, B
Stone, NT
Symons, TJ
Wang, S
Wells, R
Whitfield, J
Wienold, T
Witt, R
Wood, L
Yang, X
Zhang, WN
Zhang, Y
Brown, DA
Danielewicz, P
2001 Physical review letters
11 (87), pp. 112304
65. Cytotrophoblast stem cell lines derived from human embryonic stem cells and their capacity to mimic invasive implantation events. Harun, R
Ruban, L
Matin, M
Draper, J
Jenkins, NM
Liew, GC
Andrews, PW
Li, TC
Laird, SM
Moore, HD
2006 Human reproduction (Oxford, England)
6 (21), pp. 1349-58
66. Merits of random forests emerge in evaluation of chemometric classifiers by external validation. Scott, IM
Lin, W
Liakata, M
Wood, JE
Vermeer, CP
Allaway, D
Ward, JL
Draper, J
Beale, MH
Corol, DI
Baker, JM
King, RD
2013 Analytica chimica acta
(801), pp. 22-33
67. Addressing the pitfalls when designing intervention studies to discover and validate biomarkers of habitual dietary intake. Lloyd, AJ
Willis, ND
Wilson, T
Zubair, H
Chambers, E
Garcia-Perez, I
Xie, L
Tailliart, K
Beckmann, M
Mathers, JC
Draper, J
2019 Metabolomics : Official journal of the Metabolomic Society
5 (15), pp. 72
68. INCIDENCE OF TEENAGE PREGNANCY IN GEORGIA AND AUSTRALIA. PATTERNS OF SOCIAL ACCEPTANCE AND RELATED HEALTHCARE CONCERNS. Abuladze, N
Vincent, R
Draper, J
Asatiani, T
2019 Georgian medical news
289 (), pp. 15-20
69. The impact of nursing models. Draper, J Senior nurse
3 (12), pp. 38-9
70. Make the dressing fit the wound. Draper, J Nursing times
41 (80), pp. 32-5
71. Outcome of patients after air medical transport for management of nontraumatic acute intracranial bleeding. Silbergleit, R
Burney, RE
Draper, J
Nelson, K
Prehospital and disaster medicine
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< 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 Total
1. Two-stage channel systems: Part 2, case studies G. E. Powell
A. D. Ward
D. E. Mecklenburg
J. Draper
W. Word
2007 JOURNAL OF SOIL AND WATER CONSERVATION
4.0 (62.0), pp. 286.0-296.0
17 0 0 0 0 0 17
2. Inferring ethnolinguistic vitality in a community of Northeast Thailand John Charles Draper 2010 JOURNAL OF MULTILINGUAL AND MULTICULTURAL DEVELOPMENT
2.0 (31.0), pp. 135.0-147.0
15 0 0 0 0 0 15
3. On the multiaxial fatigue assessment of complex three-dimensional stress concentrators R. Louks
B. Gerin
J. Draper
H. Askes
L. Susmel
2014 INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF FATIGUE
(63.0), pp. 12.0-24.0
4 0 0 0 0 0 4
4. Dietary compliance in a human intervention study investigating the impact of specific foods on urinary metabolites N. D. Willis
S. E. Dodds
A. J. Lloyd
L. Xie
E. S. Chambers
I. Garcia-Perez
G. Frost
M. Beckmann
J. Draper
J. C. Mathers
2015 PROCEEDINGS OF THE NUTRITION SOCIETY
OCE1 (74.0), pp. E127-E127
0 0 0 0 0 0 0
5. Critical analysis of a plasma NT-proBNP led acute heart failure service at our institution over 1 year J. Draper
J. Jessica Webb
Y. Yiu
S. Piper
C. Plymen
T. Mcdonagh
S. Kapetanakis
R. Rajani
G. Carr-White
2016 EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF HEART FAILURE
(18.0), pp. 325.0-326.0
0 0 0 0 0 0 0
6. Developing community-based urine sampling methods to facilitate dietary exposure biomarker technology for population assessment T. Wilson
N. D. Willis
H. Zubair
M. Beckmann
L. Xie
K. Tailliart
A. J. Lloyd
J. C. Mathers
J. Draper
2016 PROCEEDINGS OF THE NUTRITION SOCIETY
OCE3 (75.0), pp. E240-E240
0 0 0 0 0 0 0
7. In acute heart failure admissions should a plasma NT-proBNP of 300ng/litre or 400ng/litre be the threshold for ruling out the diagnosis of heart failure J. Draper
J. Jessica Webb
Y. Yiu
S. Piper
S. Kapetanakis
R. Rajani
T. Mcdonagh
G. Carr-White
2016 EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF HEART FAILURE
(18.0), pp. 36.0-36.0
0 0 0 0 0 0 0
8. Maternally offered seaweed extracts improves the performance and health status of the postweaned pig J. Draper
A. M. Walsh
M. McDonnell
J. V. O'Doherty
2016 JOURNAL OF ANIMAL SCIENCE
(94.0), pp. 391.0-394.0
0 0 0 0 0 0 0
9. Non selective characterisation of heart failure with preserved ejection fraction in patients presenting to A and E J. Jessica Webb
J. Draper
Y. Yiu
S. Piper
T. Mcdonagh
R. Rajani
S. Kapetanakis
G. Carr-White
2016 EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF HEART FAILURE
(18.0), pp. 200.0-200.0
0 0 0 0 0 0 0
10. Quantification of dietary biomarkers in spot urine samples reflects the intake of foods of UK high public health importance A. J. Lloyd
H. Zubair
N. D. Willis
T. Wilson
L. Xie
K. Tailliart
E. S. Chambers
I. Garcia-Perez
E. Holmes
G. Frost
J. C. Mathers
M. Beckmann
J. Draper
2016 PROCEEDINGS OF THE NUTRITION SOCIETY
OCE3 (75.0), pp. E248-E248
0 0 0 0 0 0 0
11. Demographics, prognostic variables and clinical outcomes in patients with heart failure with mid range ejection fraction (HFmrEF) J. Jessica Webb
J. Draper
T. Teall
E. Bolca
L. Fovargue
S. Rivolo
R. Rajani
S. Piper
A. Mcdiarmid
S. Kapetanakis
T. Mcdonagh
R. Razavi
G. Carr-White
2017 EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF HEART FAILURE
(19.0), pp. 203.0-203.0
0 0 0 0 0 0 0
12. Diagnostic accuracy of plasma ntprobnp in patients over 80 years of age in a non selected british population J. Draper
J. Jessica Webb
E. Bolca
Y. Yiu
L. Fovargue
S. Rivolo
B. Porter
B. Sieniewicz
S. Kapetanakis
A. Mcdiarmid
S. Piper
R. Rajani
T. Mcdonagh
R. Razavi
G. Carr-White
2017 EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF HEART FAILURE
(19.0), pp. 299.0-299.0
0 0 0 0 0 0 0
13. The diagnostic and economic implications of using a plasma nt-probnp of 300 or 400ng/litre as the threshold for ruling out the diagnosis of heart failure in a non selected british population J. Jessica Webb
J. Draper
S. Claridge
T. Jackson
L. Fovargue
S. Piper
E. Bolca
S. Rivolo
R. Rajani
S. Kapetanakis
A. Mcdiarmid
T. Mcdonagh
R. Razavi
G. Carr-White
2017 EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF HEART FAILURE
(19.0), pp. 298.0-299.0
0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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