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B

Breyssens, H.; (2009) Regulation of iASPP expression by chemotherapeutic drugs. Doctoral thesis, UCL (University College London).

C

CRT,; Stoeber, K; Williams, GH; (2009) Diagnostic, predictive and prognostic testing for cancer. WO/2009/050461.

D

Dunn, JM; Fullarton, G; Thorpe, S; Novelli, M; Bown, SG; Lovat, LB; (2009) RADIOFREQUENCY ABLATION OF HIGH-GRADE DYSPLASIA IN BARRETT’S OESOPHAGUS AFTER FAILED PHOTODYNAMIC THERAPY: FIRST RESULTS OF THE UK HALO RADIOFREQUENCY ABLATION REGISTRY. In: Gut. (pp. PT286 - ?).

Dunn, JM; Mackenzie, GD; Oukrif, D; Mosse, CA; Green, S; Chew, Y; ... Lovat, LB; + view all (2009) DNA PLOIDY AS A PROGNOSTIC BIOMARKER AFTER AMINOLEVULINIC ACID PHOTODYNAMIC THERAPY FOR HIGH-GRADE DYSPLASIA IN BARRETT’S OESOPHAGUS. In: Gut. (pp. PT285 - ?).

H

Hu, Y.; (2009) A Study on the regulation of iASPP. Doctoral thesis, UCL (University College London).

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Kayes, O; Loddo, M; Ambler, G; Stoeber, K; Williams, GH; Ralph, DJ; Minhas, S; (2009) DNA replication licensing factors and aneuploidy are linked to tumour cell cycle states and clinical outcome in penile carcinoma. In: European Urology Supplements. (pp. 368 - 368). Elsevier

M

Maass, A.; (2009) Characterisation of retinal ganglion cell changes in the RCS rat, a retinal dystrophy model. Doctoral thesis, UCL (University College London).

P

Paterson, AL; Provenzano, E; O Donovan, M; Davies, SE; Novelli, MR; Lovat, LB; Fitzgerald, RC; (2009) ERBB2 EXPRESSION IN OESOPHAGEAL ADENOCARCINOMA AND BARRETT’S OESOPHAGUS: DEMONSTRATING THE POTENTIAL FOR A PRE-EMPTIVE STRIKE. In: Gut. (pp. PT283 - ?).

S

Silvanto, A; Novelli, M; Lovat, L; (2009) Diagnosis of eosinophilic oesophagitis. In: Histopathology. (pp. 114 - 115).

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