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Aslam, Mohammed Afeef (2011) An investigation of GRP78 expression and inhibition in squamous cell carcinoma of the head and neck. Post Doctoral thesis, University of Liverpool.

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Ghazali, Naseem; Shaw, Richard J; Rogers, Simon N and Risk, Janet M (2012) Genomic determinants of normal tissue toxicity after radiotherapy for head and neck malignancy: a systematic review. Oral Oncology, 48 (11). pp. 1090-1100. ISSN 1368-8375

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Ho, MW; Risk, JM; Woolgar, JA; Field, EA; Field, JK; Steele, JC; Rajalwat, BP; Triantafyllou, A; Rogers, SN; Lowe, D and Shaw, RJ (2012) The clinical determinants of malignant transformation in oral epithelial dysplasia. Oral Oncology, 48 (10). pp. 969-976. ISSN 1368-8375

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Jalali, Mehdi (2012) Experimental techniques for the isolation of pancreatic stellate cells. Masters thesis, University of Liverpool.

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Kanatas, Anastasios (2013) Development of a breast cancer specific patients concerns inventory (PCI). Doctoral thesis, University of Liverpool.

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Linford, Andrea (2012) The identification of Rab GTPase Control Systems involved in cell migration. Doctoral thesis, University of Liverpool.

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Malki, Mohammed Imad (2011) The tumorigenicity-promoting activity of C-FABP in prostate cancer cells depends on its fatty acid-binding ability. Doctoral thesis, University of Liverpool.

Mobasheri, Ali; Fox, Richard; Evans, Iain; Cullingham, Fay; Martín-Vasallo, Pablo and Foster, Christopher S (2003) Epithelial Na, K-ATPase expression is down-regulated in canine prostate cancer; a possible consequence of metabolic transformation in the process of prostate malignancy. Cancer Cell International, 3 . Article Number: 8. ISSN 1475-2867

Murphy, John (2011) Physiological and pathological intracellular calcium release in human and murine pancreatic acinar cells. Doctoral thesis, University of Liverpool.

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Prime, Wendy; Sobel, Mark E. and Herrington, C. Simon (2000) Utilization of human tissue in breast cancer research. Breast Cancer Research, 2 (4). pp. 237-240. ISSN 1465-542X

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Schache, Andrew G (2013) The molecular and clinical implications of human papillomavirus-16 mediated oropharyngeal squamous cell carcinoma. Doctoral thesis, University of Liverpool.

Shaw, Richard J; Hobkirk, Andrew; Nikolaidis, Georgios; Woolgar, Julia A; Triantafyllou, Asterios; Brown, James S; Liloglou, Triantafillos and Risk, Janet M (2012) Molecular staging of surgical margins in oral squamous cell carcinoma using promoter methylation of p16INK4A, cytoglobin, E-cadherin and TMEFF2. Annals of Surgical Oncology, 20 (8). pp. 2796-2802. ISSN 1534-4681 (Online); 1068-9265 (Print)

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Tang, Joseph Man Fung (2010) Novel biomarkers for the diagnosis of pancreatic ductal adenocarcinoma: the proteomic approach. Masters thesis, University of Liverpool.

Tighe, Anthony; Ray-Sinha, Arpita; Staples, Oliver D and Taylor, Stephen S (2007) GSK-3 inhibitors induce chromosome instability. BMC Cell Biology, 8 . Article Number: 34. ISSN 1471-2121

Tweedle, Elizabeth (2011) Protein expression in colorectal cancer. Doctoral thesis, University of Liverpool.

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Vinayagam, Raman; Sibson, D. Ross; Holcombe, Christopher; Aachi, Vijay and Davies, Michael P.A. (2007) Association of oestrogen receptor beta 2 (ERβ2/ERβcx) with outcome of adjuvant endocrine treatment for primary breast cancer – a retrospective study. BMC Cancer, 7 . Article Number: 131. ISSN 1471-2407

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