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Newcastle AuthorsTitleYearFull text
Professor Luke Vale
Thomas Griffiths
Systematic review and meta-analysis of photodynamic diagnosis of bladder cancer compared with white light cystoscopy2010
Professor Rakesh Heer
Dr Trevor Dorkin
Thomas Griffiths
Laurence Rangecroft
A prospective audit of hypospadias correction in a regional paediatric surgery centre2004
Thomas Griffiths
Philip Powell
David Thomas
Professor David Neal
John Kelly
et al.
Cytologic analysis of ureteral washings is informative in patients with grade 2 upper tract TCC considering endoscopic treatment2003
Thomas Griffiths
Professor David Neal
Philip Powell
Treatment of carcinoma in situ with intravesical bacillus Calmette-Guerin without maintenance2002
Dr Khaver Qureshi
Thomas Griffiths
Dr Mary Robinson
Colin Marsh
Dr James Roberts
et al.
Combined p21WAF1/CIP1 and p53 overexpression predict improved survival in muscle-invasive bladder cancer treated by radical radiotherapy2001
Joanne Cresswell
Dr Helen Robertson
Professor David Neal
Thomas Griffiths
Professor John Kirby
et al.
Distribution of lymphocytes of the αEβ7 phenotype and E-cadherin in normal human urothelium and bladder carcinomas2001
Thomas Griffiths
Kilian Mellon
Human papillomavirus and urological tumours: II. Role in bladder, prostate, renal and testicular cancer2000
Professor Simi Ali
Emmett O'Flaherty
Thomas Griffiths
Professor David Neal
Professor John Kirby
et al.
Bladder cancer immunogenicity: expression of CD80 and CD86 is insufficient to allow primary CD4(+) T cell activation in vitro1999
Professor Simi Ali
Thomas Griffiths
Professor David Neal
Professor John Kirby
Bladder cancer immunogenicity: expression of CD80 and CD86 is insufficient to allow primary CD4+T cell activation in vitro1999
Thomas Griffiths
Kilian Mellon
Human papillomavirus and urological tumours: I. Basic science and role in penile cancer1999
Dr Khaver Qureshi
Thomas Griffiths
Dr Mary Robinson
Dr James Roberts
Professor John Lunec
et al.
TP53 accumulation predicts improved survival in patients resistant to systemic cisplatin-based chemotherapy for muscle-invasive bladder cancer1999
Dr Christine Challen
Thomas Griffiths
Dr Mary Robinson
Professor David Neal
Professor John Lunec
et al.
Alterations of TP53 in microdissected transitional cell carcinoma of the human urinary bladder: High frequency of TP53 accumulation in the absence of detected mutations is associated with poor prognosis1998
Dr Khaver Qureshi
Thomas Griffiths
Dr Mary Robinson
Reginald Hall
Professor John Lunec
et al.
Chemotherapy and muscle-invasive bladder cancer: Assessment of p53 immuno-reactivity (IR) as a predictor of response1998