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Marco Zaki
Dr Ahmed Mahdi
Dr Gillian Patman
Joao Mauricio
Misti McCain
et al.
Key features of the environment promoting liver cancer in the absence of cirrhosis2021
Dr Peixun Zhou
Alex Blain
Lewis Chaytor
Emeritus Professor Andy Hall
Professor ELizabeth Molyneux
et al.
Sporadic and endemic Burkitt lymphoma have frequent FOXO1 mutations but distinct hotspots in the AKT recognition motif2019
Dr Peixun Zhou
Dr Alison Blain
Emeritus Professor Andy Hall
Professor ELizabeth Molyneux
Dr Christopher Bacon
et al.
Investigation of FOXO1 mutations in paediatric endemic and sporadic Burkitt lymphoma2018
Dr Gillian Patman
Dr John Mansfield
Professor Helen Reeves
Professor John Kirby
Activation of the bile acid receptor, Farnesoid-X Receptor, may reduce Ileal Inflammatory Cytokine expression in an animal model of diet-induced obesity2015
Dr Gillian Patman
Dr Dina Tiniakos
Professor Quentin Anstee
Professor Helen Reeves
Effects of FXR agonist PX20606 on tumour formation in animal models of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease2015
Laura Ogle
Dr Gillian Patman
Dr Ali Anwar
Dr Dina Tiniakos
Professor Quentin Anstee
et al.
Ras and p-ERK in metabolic syndrome associated Hepatocellular Carcinoma (HCC)2015
Dr Gillian Patman
Liam Cornell
Dr Despina Televantou
Professor Nicola Curtin
Professor Alastair Burt
et al.
A Role for DNA Repair Protein Kinase (DNA-PK) in the Progression of Simple Steatosis to Steatohepatitis (NASH)?2013
Dr Gillian Patman
Dr Despina Televantou
Professor Fiona Oakley
Professor Derek Mann
Professor Alastair Burt
et al.
Mild Steatosis and Impaired Glucose Tolerance are Associated with Liver Cancer Development, While Progression to Nash Increases Number/Size in an Animal Model of NAFLD2013
Dr Gillian Patman
Dr Despina Televantou
Professor Alastair Burt
Professor Derek Mann
Professor Helen Reeves
et al.
Sulfatase-2 (SULF2) Expressed in Hepatocytes and Stromal Cells Contributes to the Development of Steatosis, the Progression of NAFLD to Fibrosis and the Advancement of Cancer2013