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Decreased expression of key tumour suppressor microRNAs is associated with lymph node metastases in triple negative breast cancer
STaRRRT: a table of short tandem repeats in regulatory regions of the human genome
The expression of Dicer and Drosha in matched normal tissues, tumours and lymph node metastases in triple negative breast cancer
Novel genes associated with lymph node metastasis in triple negative breast cancer
Methylome sequencing in triple-negative breast cancer reveals distinct methylation clusters with prognostic value
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MiRNAs and other epigenetic changes as biomarkers in triple negative breast cancer
Regulators of global genome repair do not respond to DNA damaging therapy but correlate with survival in melanoma
- Bowden, Nikola A., Ashton, Katie A., Scott, Rodney J., Vilain, Ricardo E., Avery-Kiejda, Kelly A., Davey, Ryan J., Murray, Heather C., Budden, Timothy, Braye, Stephen G., Zhang, Xu Dong, Hersey, Peter
Up-regulation of Mcl-1 is critical for survival of human melanoma cells upon endoplasmic reticulum stress
P53 in human melanoma fails to regulate target genes associated with apoptosis and the cell cycle and may contribute to proliferation
- Avery-Kiejda, Kelly A., Bowden, Nikola A., Hersey, Peter, Croft, Amanda J., Scurr, Lyndee L., Kairupan, Carla F., Ashton, Katie A., Talseth-Palmer, Bente A., Rizos, Helen, Zhang, Xu D., Scott, Rodney J.
A novel polymorphic repeat in the upstream regulatory region of the estrogen-induced gene EIG121 is not associated with the risk of developing breast or endometrial cancer
A polymorphic repeat in the IGF1 promoter influences the risk of endometrial cancer
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