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2014

Clermont, P-L; Sun, L; Crea, F; Thu, K L; Zhang, A; Parolia, A; Lam, W L and Helgason, C D (2014). Genotranscriptomic meta-analysis of the Polycomb gene CBX2 in human cancers: initial evidence of an oncogenic role. British Journal of Cancer, 111(8) pp. 1663–1672. file

2013

Crea, F.; Sun, L.; Pikor, L.; Frumento, P.; Lam, W. L. and Helgason, C. D. (2013). Mutational analysis of Polycomb genes in solid tumours identifies PHC3 amplification as a possible cancer-driving genetic alteration. British Journal of Cancer, 109(6) pp. 1699–1702. file

Golding, J. P.; Wardhaugh, T.; Patrick, L.; Turner, M.; Phillips, J. B.; Bruce, J. I. and Kimani, S. G. (2013). Targeting tumour energy metabolism potentiates the cytotoxicity of 5-aminolevulinic acid photodynamic therapy. British Journal of Cancer, 109(4) pp. 976–982.

2011

Pridgeon, S. W.; Heer, R.; Taylor, G. A.; Newell, D. R.; O'Toole, K.; Robinson, M.; Xu, Y-Z; Karran, P. and Boddy, A. V. (2011). Thiothymidine combined with UVA as a potential novel therapy for bladder cancer. British Journal of Cancer, 104(12) pp. 1869–1876. restricted access item, not available for direct download

2009

Wright, K. E.; Liniker, E.; Loizidou, M.; Moore, C.; MacRobert, A. J. and Phillips, J. B. (2009). Peripheral neural cell sensitivity to mTHPC-mediated photodynamic therapy in a 3D in vitro model. British Journal of Cancer, 101(4) pp. 658–665.

1989

Maguire, P.; Selby, P.; Bleehen, N.; Calman, K.; Fayers, P.; Freedman, L.; Gore, S.; McElwain, T.; Priestman, T.; Smith, A.; Sutton, H. and Wallace, L. (1989). Assessing quality of life in cancer patients. British Journal of Cancer, 60(3) pp. 437–440.

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