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Dr Clara Sanjurjo Rodriguez
Dr Rachel Crossland
Dr Xiao Wang
Characterization and miRNA Profiling of Extracellular Vesicles from Human Osteoarthritic Subchondral Bone Multipotential Stromal Cells (MSCs)2021
Dr Rachel Crossland
Professor Anne Dickinson
Exploring the Extracellular Vesicle MicroRNA Expression Repertoire in Patients with Rheumatoid Arthritis and Ankylosing Spondylitis Treated with TNF Inhibitors2021
Dr Alex Newman
Dr Masood Zaka
Dr Peixun Zhou
Alex Blain
Dr Amy Erhorn
et al.
Genomic abnormalities of TP53 define distinct risk groups of paediatric B-cell non-Hodgkin lymphoma2021
Dr Rachel Crossland
Jean Norden
Dr Kim Pearce
Dr Clare Lendrem
Professor Matthew Collin
et al.
Profiling Tissue and Biofluid miR-155-5p,miR-155* and miR-146a-5p Expression in Graft vs Host Disease2021
Dr Rachel Crossland
Professor Anne Dickinson
Potential Novel Biomarkers in Chronic Graft-Versus-Host Disease2020
Dr Rachel Crossland
Dr Francesca Perutelli
Review of Genetic Variation as a Predictive Biomarker for Chronic Graft-Versus-Host-Disease After Allogeneic Stem Cell Transplantation2020
Alex Newman
Dr Masood Zaka
Dr Peixun Zhou
Dr Amy Erhorn
Amy Barnard
et al.
Biallelic Inactivation of TP53 is Associated with an Increased Risk of Relapse in Paediatric B-Cell Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma(B-NHL)2019
Dr Peixun Zhou
Dr Amir Enshaei
Alex Newman
Dr Amy Erhorn
Amy Barnard
et al.
A genomic classification model enables risk stratification of paediatric endemic Burkitt lymphoma2018
Dr Peixun Zhou
Dr Amir Enshaei
Alex Newman
Dr Amy Erhorn
Amy Barnard
et al.
A Genomic Classification Model Enables Risk Stratification of Paediatric Endemic Burkitt Lymphona in Malawi2018
Dr Fahad Ahmed
Dr Sherin Bakhashab
INDA Bastaman
Dr Rachel Crossland
Dr Michael Glanville
et al.
Anti-Angiogenic miR-222, miR-195, and miR-21a Plasma Levels in T1DM Are Improved by Metformin Therapy, Thus Elucidating Its Cardioprotective Effect: The MERIT Study2018
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