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Dr Ioana Cosgarea
Dr Ashleigh McConnell
Dr Tom Ewen
Dr Diana Tang
Dr David Hill
et al.
Melanoma secretion of transforming growth factor-β2 leads to loss of epidermal AMBRA1 threatening epidermal integrity and facilitating tumour ulceration2021
Dr Stamatina Verykiou
Michael Alexander
Dr Noel Edwards
Professor Ruth Plummer
Dr Bill Chaudhry
et al.
Harnessing autophagy to overcome MEK-inhibitor induced resistance in metastatic melanoma2019
Dr David Hill
Dr Bill Chaudhry
Embryonic zebrafish xenograft assay of human cancer metastasis2018
Dr David Hill
Cell cycle phase determines efficacy of bortezomib, temozolomide and MAPK inhibitor-induced apoptosis in melanoma2016
Dr David Hill
Cell Cycle Phase-Specific Drug Resistance as an Escape Mechanism of Melanoma Cells2016
Dr David Hill
Dr Fahad Ahmed
MITF regulates cell adhesion and subcompartment-specific distribution of differentially cycling melanoma cells2016
Dr David Hill
Dr Jane Renwick
Professor Penny Lovat
A novel fully-humanised 3D skin equivalent to model early melanoma invasion2015
Dr Jane Renwick
Dr David Hill
Christopher McKee
Maria Anagnostou
Fiyinfoluwa Babatunde
et al.
Exploiting Cannabinoid-Induced Cytotoxic Autophagy to Drive Melanoma Cell Death2015
Dr David Hill
Professor Penny Lovat
Making stressed melanoma self-destruct2015
Dr David Hill
Professor Penny Lovat
Melanoma cells in G1 phase escape proteasome inhibitor cytotoxicity2015
Dr David Hill
Professor Penny Lovat
Induction of endoplasmic reticulum stress as a strategy for melanoma therapy2014
Dr David Hill
Dr Stamatina Verykiou
Dr Bill Chaudhry
Professor Penny Lovat
Modelling melanoma metastasis using organotypic skin equivalent and zebrafish models2014
Dr David Hill
Targeting the intrinsic apoptosis pathway as a strategy for melanoma therapy2014
Christopher McKee
Dr David Hill
Dr Chris Redfern
Dr Jane Armstrong
Professor Penny Lovat
et al.
Oncogenic BRAF signalling increases Mcl-1 expression in cutaneous metastatic melanoma2013
Dr David Hill
Professor Penny Lovat
Optimization of endoplasmic reticulum (ER) stress-inducing therapies for melanoma using real-time cell cycle imaging2012
Dr Jane Renwick
Shaun Martin
Dr David Hill
Nicola Townshend
Dr Chris Redfern
et al.
Oncogenic B-RAF Signaling in Melanoma Impairs the Therapeutic Advantage of Autophagy Inhibition2011
Shaun Martin
Dr David Hill
Professor Mark Birch-Machin
Professor Penny Lovat
Dr Chris Redfern
et al.
Targeting GRP78 to enhance melanoma cell death2010
Dr Emma Hiscutt
Dr David Hill
Shaun Martin
Dr Andrew Harbottle
Professor Mark Birch-Machin
et al.
Targeting X-Linked Inhibitor of Apoptosis Protein to Increase the Efficacy of Endoplasmic Reticulum Stress-Induced Apoptosis for Melanoma Therapy2010
Dr David Hill
Shaun Martin
Dr Jane Renwick
Dr Ross Flockhart
Dominic Simpson
et al.
Combining the endoplasmic reticulum stress-inducing agents bortezomib and fenretinide as a novel therapeutic strategy for metastatic melanoma2009
Professor Penny Lovat
Dr Jane Renwick
Shaun Martin
Dr David Hill
Dr Chris Redfern
et al.
Increasing Melanoma Cell Death Using Inhibitors of Protein Disulphide Isomerases to Abrogate Survival Responses to Endoplasmic Reticulum Stress2009
Dr Emma Hiscutt
Dr David Hill
Shaun Martin
Dr Ross Flockhart
Dr Jane Renwick
et al.
Targeting XIAP to increase endoplasmic reticulum stress-induced apoptosis of malignant melanoma2009
Dr David Hill
Dr Jane Renwick
Professor Mark Birch-Machin
Professor Penny Lovat
B-RAF signalling in endoplasmic reticulum stress-induced apoptosis of metastatic melanoma2008
Shaun Martin
Dr David Hill
Dr Jane Renwick
Professor Mark Birch-Machin
Dr Chris Redfern
et al.
Combining endoplasmic reticulum stress-inducing agents with protein disulphide isomerase inhibition: a novel therapeutic strategy for metastatic melanoma2008
Professor Penny Lovat
Dr Jane Renwick
Shaun Martin
Dr David Hill
Professor Mark Birch-Machin
et al.
Increasing melanoma cell death using inhibitors of protein disulfide isomerases to abrogate survival responses to endoplasmic reticulum stress2008
Dr David Hill
Dr Jane Renwick
Professor Mark Birch-Machin
Professor Penny Lovat
Defining the role of B-RAF-induced extracellular signal-related kinase in the resistance of metastatic melanoma to apoptosis2007
Professor Penny Lovat
Dr Jane Renwick
Dr David Hill
Professor Mark Birch-Machin
Dr Chris Redfern
et al.
Targeting homeostatic mechanisms of endoplasmic reticulum stress to increase susceptibility of cancer cells to fenretinide-induced apoptosis: The role of stress proteins ERdj5 and ERp572007