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Professor Rakesh Heer
Development, maturation, and maintenance of human prostate inferred from somatic mutations2021
Professor Rakesh Heer
Major Urological Cancer Surgery for Patients is Safe and Surgical Training Should Be Encouraged During the COVID-19 Pandemic: A Multicentre Analysis of 30-day Outcomes2021
Dr Cole Sims
Dr Adriana Buskin
Professor Rakesh Heer
Modified CRISPR/Cas9 mediated generation of two MKK7 knockout human embryonic stem cell lines2021
Professor Rakesh Heer
The mutational landscape of human somatic and germline cells2021
Professor Luke Vale
Professor Rakesh Heer
Time to Turn on the Blue Lights: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis of Photodynamic Diagnosis for Bladder Cancer2021
Anna Smith
Carla Bradshaw
Dr Fiona Robertson
Dr Alasdair Blain
Dr Gavin Hudson
et al.
Age-associated mitochondrial DNA mutations cause metabolic remodeling that contributes to accelerated intestinal tumorigenesis2020
Dr Anastasia Hepburn
Dr Cole Sims
Dr Adriana Buskin
Professor Rakesh Heer
Engineering Prostate Cancer from Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells-New Opportunities to Develop Preclinical Tools in Prostate and Prostate Cancer Studies2020
Dr Anastasia Hepburn
Dr Mohammad Moad
Parmveer Singh
Dr Adriana Buskin
Dr Luke Gaughan
et al.
Propagation of human prostate tissue from induced pluripotent stem cells2020
Dr Anastasia Hepburn
Evangelia Kounatidou
Amy Barnard
Philip Berry
Dr Mohammad Moad
et al.
Correction: The induction of core pluripotency master regulators in cancers defines poor clinical outcomes and treatment resistance (Oncogene, (2019), 10.1038/s41388-019-0712-y)2019
Shriya Sharma
Denise Howel
Jenn Walker
Ruth Wood
Professor Helen Hancock
et al.
Prostate cancer androgen receptor splice variant 7 biomarker study - A multicentre randomised feasibility trial of biomarker-guided personalised treatment in patients with advanced prostate cancer (the VARIANT trial) study protocol2019
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