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Browsing publications by Dr Jarrod Bailey.

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Professor James Allan
Dr Nicola Sunter
Emeritus Professor Andy Hall
Dr Tryfonia Mainou-Fowler
Professor Graham Jackson
et al.
A Common Genetic Variant in the 3'UTR of IRF4/MUM1 Associates with Risk of Disease and Poor Prognosis in Chronic Lymphocytic Leukaemia2008
Dr Jarrod Bailey
Animal carcinogenicity studies: 1. Poor human predictivity2006
Dr Jarrod Bailey
Animal carcinogenicity studies: 2. Obstacles to extrapolation of data to humans2006
Dr Jarrod Bailey
Animal carcinogenicity studies: 3. Alternatives to the bioassay2006
Dr Jarrod Bailey
Animal carcinogenicity studies: Implications for the REACH system2006
Dr Jarrod Bailey
Professor Alison Tyson-Capper
Kate Gilmore
Professor Steve Robson
Emeritus Professor Nick Europe-Finner
et al.
Identification of human myometrial target genes of the cAMP pathway: The role of cAMP-response element binding (CREB) and modulator (CREMα and CREMτ2α) proteins2005
Dr Jarrod Bailey
Emeritus Professor Nick Europe-Finner
Identification of human myometrial target genes of the c-Jun NH2-terminal kinase (JNK) pathway: The role of activating transcription factor 2 (ATF2) and a novel spliced isoform ATF2-small2005
Dr Jarrod Bailey
Non-human primates in medical research and drug development: A critical review2005
Dr Harry Otun
Dr Jarrod Bailey
Emeritus Professor Nick Europe-Finner
Professor Steve Robson
Spatial and temporal expression of the myometrial mitogen-activated protein kinases p38 and ERK1/2 in the human uterus during pregnancy and labor2005
Dr Jarrod Bailey
The future of teratology research is in vitro2005
Professor Alison Tyson-Capper
Dr Jarrod Bailey
Professor Steve Robson
Emeritus Professor Nick Europe-Finner
The switch in alternative splicing of cyclic AMP-response element modulator protein CREMτ2α (activator) to CREMα (repressor) in human myometrial cells is mediated by SRp402005
Dr David Chappel
Dr Jarrod Bailey
Dr Rosie Stacy
Emerita Professor Helen Rodgers
Emeritus Professor Richard Thomson
et al.
Implementation and evaluation of local-level priority setting for stroke2001