Search research publications and outputs

  1. Expression patterns of the human papillomavirus type 16 transcription factor E2 in low- and high-grade cervical intraepithelial neoplasia

    Maitland, N. J., Conway, S., Wilkinson, N. S., Ramsdale, J., Morris, J. R., Sanders, C. M., Burns, J. E., Stern, P. L. & Wells, M., Nov 1998

    Article in Journal of Pathology

  2. FGF7/KGF triggers cell transformation and invasion on immortalised human prostatic epithelial PNT1A cells

    Ropiquet, F., Huguenin, S., Villette, J. M., Ronfle, V., Le Brun, G., Maitland, N. J., Cussenot, O., Fiet, J. & Berthon, P., 19 Jul 1999

    Article in International Journal of Cancer

  3. Gene Transfer Vectors Targeted to Human Prostate Cancer: Do We Need Better Preclinical Testing Systems?

    Maitland, N., Chambers, K., Georgopoulos, L., Simpson-Holley, M., Leadley, R., Evans, H., Essand, M., Danielsson, A., van Weerden, W., de Ridder, C., Kraaij, R., Bangma, C. H. & GIANT FP6 Consortium, Jul 2010

    Article in HUMAN GENE THERAPY

  4. Gene therapy for prostate cancer: Current strategies and new cell-based approaches

    MacRae, E. J., Giannoudis, A., Ryan, R., Brown, N. J., Hamdy, F. C., Maitland, N. & Lewis, C. E., 1 Apr 2006

    Literature review in Prostate

  5. Human Epithelial Basal Cells Are Cells of Origin of Prostate Cancer, Independent of CD133 Status

    Taylor, R. A., Toivanen, R., Frydenberg, M., Pedersen, J., Harewood, L., Australian Prostate Cancer Bioresource, N. V., Collins, A. T., Maitland, N. J. & Risbridger, G. P., Jun 2012

    Article in Stem cells (Dayton, Ohio)

  6. Human Epithelial Basal Cells Are Cells of Origin of Prostate Cancer, Independent of CD133 Status (vol 30, pg 1087, 2012)

    Taylor, R. A., Toivanen, R., Frydenberg, M., Pedersen, J., Harewood, L., Collins, A. T., Maitland, N. J., Risbridger, G. P. & Australian Prostate, Aug 2012

    Article in Stem Cells

  7. Human papillomavirus type 16 E2-specific T-helper lymphocyte responses in patients with cervical intraepithelial neoplasia

    Bontkes, H. J., de Gruijl, T. D., Bijl, A., Verheijen, R. H. M., Meijer, C. J. L. M., Scheper, R. J., Stern, P. L., Burns, J. E., Maitland, N. J. & Walboomers, J. M. M., Sep 1999

    Article in Journal of general virology

  8. Human papillomaviruses and cancer in Uganda

    Newton, R., Bousarghin, L., Ziegler, J., Casabonne, D., Beral, V., Mbidde, E., Carpenter, L., Parkin, D. M., Wabinga, H., Mbulaiteye, S., Jaffe, H., Touzé, A., Coursaget, P., Sembajwe, V., Kalinaki, M., Byansi, R., Rwatooro, C., Nambooze, S., Tushimiere, B., Byabazaire, N. & 10 othersBitamazire, E., Katabira, E., Mugerwa, J., Tindyebura, D., Ateenyi-Agaba, C., Whitworth, J., Richardson, B., Reeves, G., Weiss, R. & De Cock, K., Apr 2004

    Article in European journal of cancer prevention

  9. Human prostate stem cells support replication of a prostate-targeted, conditionally replicating adenovirus

    Frazier, A., Carlisle, R., Evans, H., Georgopoulos, L., Thomson, A., Fisher, K., Seymour, L. & Maitland, N., Nov 2009

    Article in HUMAN GENE THERAPY

  10. Identification of a putative RNA helicase in E. coli

    Iggo, R., Picksley, S., Southgate, J., McPheat, J. & Lane, D. P., 19 Oct 1990

    Article in Nucleic Acids Research