by MW Ruddock, R de Matos Simoes, DO Rourke, B Duggan, M et al. Stevenson
Reference:
Urinary Thrombomodulin Levels Were Significantly Higher Following Occupational Exposure to Chemicals, In The Presence of Dipstick Protein, But Not in the Presence of Dipstick Blood (MW Ruddock, R de Matos Simoes, DO Rourke, B Duggan, M et al. Stevenson), In Biology and Medicine, volume 7, 2015.
Bibtex Entry:
@article{em_jOct0115,
author = {Ruddock, MW and de Matos Simoes, R and Rourke, DO and Duggan, B and Stevenson, M, et al.}, 
title = {Urinary Thrombomodulin Levels Were Significantly Higher Following Occupational Exposure to Chemicals, In The Presence of Dipstick Protein, But Not in the Presence of Dipstick Blood},
year = {2015}, 
volume =   {7},
  number =   {5},
  pages =    {1000260},
journal = {Biology and Medicine} 
}