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  1. 2021
  2. 2020
  3. 2019
  4. The putative tumour suppressor protein Latexin is secreted by prostate luminal cells and is downregulated in malignancy

    Seed, R. I., Taurozzi, A. J., Wilcock, D. J., Nappo, G., Erb, H. H. H., Read, M. L., Gurney, M., Archer, L. K., Ito, S., Rumsby, M. G., Petrie, J. L., Clayton, A., Maitland, N. J. & Collins, A. T., 26 Mar 2019

    Article in Scientific Reports

  5. 2018
  6. KHS101 disrupts energy metabolism in human glioblastoma cells and reduces tumor growth in mice

    Polson, ES., Kuchler, VB., Abbosh, C., Ross, EM., Mathew, RK., Beard, HA., da Silva, B., Holding, AN., Ballereau, S., Chuntharpursat-Bon, E., Williams, J., Griffiths, HBS., Shao, H., Patel, A., Davies, AJ., Droop, A., Chumas, P., Short, SC., Lorger, M., Gestwicki, JE. & 6 others, Roberts, LD., Bon, RS., Allison, SJ., Zhu, S., Markowetz, F. & Wurdak, H., 15 Aug 2018

    Article in Science Translational Medicine

  7. 2017
  8. 2016
  9. An epigenetic reprogramming strategy to re-sensitize radioresistant prostate cancer cells

    Peitzsch, C., Cojoc, M., Hein, L., Kurth, I., Mӓbert, K., Trautmann, F., Klink, B., Schrock, E., Wirth, M. P., Krause, M., Stakhovsky, E. A., Telegeev, G. D., Novotny, V., Toma, M. I., Muders, M., Baretton, G. B., Frame, F. M., Maitland, N. J., Baumann, M. & Dubrovska, A., 1 May 2016

    Article in Cancer research

  10. Cyclin A1 and P450 aromatase promote metastatic homing and growth of stem-like prostate cancer cells in the bone marrow

    Miftakhova, R., Hedblom, A., Semenas, J., Robinson, B. D., Simoulis, A., Malm, J., Rizvanov, A., David Heery, D., Mongan, N. P., Maitland, N. J., Allegrucci, C. & Persson, J. L., 15 Apr 2016

    Article in Cancer research

  11. 2015
  12. Modelling needle forces during insertion into soft tissue

    Cheng, Z., Chauhan, M., Davies, BL., Caldwell, DG. & Mattos, LS., 1 Aug 2015, 2015 37th Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society (EMBC). IEEE

    Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

  13. CIP2A is a candidate therapeutic target in clinically challenging prostate cancer cell populations

    Khanna, A., Rane, J. K., Kivinummi, K. K., Urbanucci, A., Helenius, M. A., Tolonen, T. T., Saramäki, O. R., Latonen, L., Manni, V., Pimanda, J. E., Maitland, N. J., Westermarck, J. & Visakorpi, T., 19 Apr 2015

    Article in Oncotarget

  14. Mechanistic rationale for MCL1 inhibition during androgen deprivation therapy

    Santer, F. R., Erb, H. H. H., Oh, S. J., Handle, F., Feiersinger, G. E., Luef, B., Bu, H., Schäfer, G., Ploner, C., Egger, M., Rane, J. K., Maitland, N. J., Klocker, H., Eder, I. E. & Culig, Z., 20 Mar 2015

    Article in Oncotarget

  15. 2014
  16. 2013
  17. JAK-STAT blockade inhibits tumor initiation and clonogenic recovery of prostate cancer stem-like cells

    Kroon, P., Berry, P. A., Stower, M. J., Rodrigues, G., Mann, V. M., Simms, M., Bhasin, D., Chettiar, S., Li, C., Li, P-K., Maitland, N. J. & Collins, A. T., 3 Jul 2013

    Article in Cancer research

  18. A preclinical xenograft model of prostate cancer using human tumors

    Lawrence, M. G., Taylor, R. A., Toivanen, R., Pedersen, J., Norden, S., Pook, D. W., Frydenberg, M., Papargiris, M. M., Niranjan, B., Richards, M. G., Wang, H., Collins, A. T., Maitland, N. J., Risbridger, G. P. & Australian Prostate Cancer BioResource, 4 Apr 2013

    Article in Nature Protocols

  19. Monoallelic expression of TMPRSS2/ERG in prostate cancer stem cells

    Polson, E. S., Lewis, J. L., Celik, H., Mann, V. M., Stower, M. J., Simms, M. S., Rodrigues, G., Collins, A. T. & Maitland, N. J., 27 Mar 2013

    Article in Nature Communications

  20. 2012
  21. 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

  22. 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)

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