Cambridge Cancer Centre
35 papers found
Association Of Plasma And Urinary Mutant DNA With Clinical Outcomes In Muscle Invasive Bladder Cancer
Whole blood mRNA in prostate cancer reveals a four-gene androgen regulated panel
The Importance of DNA methylation in Prostate Cancer development
Kinase joins the chaperone club: Androgen-regulated kinome reveals choline kinase alpha as a potential drug target in prostate cancer
Methods to Identify Chromatin-Bound Protein Complexes: From Genome-Wide to Locus-Specific Approaches
HNF1B variants associate with promoter methylation and regulate gene networks activated in prostate and ovarian cancer
Choline Kinase Alpha as an Androgen Receptor Chaperone and Prostate Cancer Therapeutic Target
The Early Effects of Rapid Androgen Deprivation on Human Prostate Cancer
DNMT3A mutations occur early or late in patients with myeloproliferative neoplasms and mutation order influences phenotype
Epigenetic and oncogenic regulation of SLC16A7 (MCT2) results in protein over-expression, impacting on signalling and cellular phenotypes in prostate cancer
Corrigendum: Analysis of the genetic phylogeny of multifocal prostate cancer identifies multiple independent clonal expansions in neoplastic and morphologically normal prostate tissue
Analysis of the Genetic Phylogeny of Multifocal Prostate Cancer Identifies Multiple Independent Clonal Expansions in Neoplastic and Morphologically Normal Prostate Tissue
Effect of mutation order on myeloproliferative neoplasms.
STAT1 activation in association with JAK2 exon 12 mutations
Nongenetic stochastic expansion of JAK2V617F-homozygous subclones in polycythemia vera?
JAK2V617F promotes replication fork stalling with disease-restricted impairment of the intra-S checkpoint response
Inactivating CUX1 mutations promote tumorigenesis
N-acetyl-L-aspartyl-L-glutamate peptidase-like 2 is overexpressed in cancer and promotes a pro-migratory and pro-metastatic phenotype
Peroxiredoxin-3 is overexpressed in prostate cancer and promotes cancer cell survival by protecting cells from oxidative stress
The androgen receptor induces a distinct transcriptional program in castration-resistant prostate cancer in man.
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