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Khan, Huma; Makwana, Vaidehi; Courtenay-Luck, Nigel and Missailidis, Sotiris (2008). Development and characterisation of aptamers as inhibitors of vital pathways in cancer therapy. Anticancer Research, 28(5C) pp. 3346–3347.

Makwana, Vaidehi; Khan, Huma; Courtenay-Luck, Nigel and Missailidis, Sotiris (2008). Functionalisation of aptamers for the development of effective cancer therapeutics. Anticancer Research, 28(5C) pp. 3394–3395.

Missailidis, Sotiris; Modi, Chetna; Trapani, Valentina; Laughton, Charles A. and Stevens, Malcolm F.G. (2005). Antitumor Polycyclic Acridines. Part 16. Triplex DNA as a Target for DNA-Binding Polycyclic Acridine Derivatives. Oncology Research incorporating Anticancer Drug Design, 15(2) pp. 95–105.

Missailidis, Sotiris; Stanslas, Johnson; Modi, Chetna; Ellis, Michael J.; Robins, R Adrian; Laughton, Charles A. and Stevens, Malcolm F.G. (2002). Antitumor polycyclic acridines. Part 12. Physical and biological properties of 8,13-diethyl-6-methylquino[4,3,2-kl]acridinium iodide: a lead compound in anti-cancer drug design. Oncology Research incorporating Anticancer Drug Design, 13(3) pp. 175–189.

Missailidis, Sotiris (2008). Therapeutic and diagnostic applications of aptamers in cancer. Anticancer Research, 28(5C) pp. 3408–3409.

Ragazzon, Patricia A.; Bradshaw, Tracey; Matthews, Charlie; Iley, Jim and Missailidis, Sotiris (2009). The characterisation of flavone-DNA isoform interactions as a basis for anticancer drug development. Anticancer Research, 29 pp. 2273–2283.

Ragazzon, Patricia A.; Iley, Jim and Missailidis, Sotiris (2009). Structure-activity studies of the binding of the flavonoid scaffold to DNA. Anticancer Research, 29(6) pp. 2285–2293.

Simmons, S. C.; Velasco, M. N.; Brenchley, P. E. C.; McKenzie, E. and Missailidis, S. (2008). Developing aptamers as effective anticancer agents or recognition units in biosensor technologies. Anticancer Research, 28(5C) p. 3486.

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