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May-2010A mosaic cell layer in human pregnancy.Byrne, S; Challis, E; Williams, JL; Pringle, JH; Hennessy, JM; Ockleford, CDJournal Article
Jul-2009MicroRNAs are novel biomarkers of colorectal cancer.Aslam, MI; Taylor, K; Pringle, JH; Jameson, JSJournal Article
2009Tumour-associated tenascin-C isoforms promote breast cancer cell invasion and growth by matrix metalloproteinase-dependent and independent mechanisms.Hancox, RA; Allen, MD; Holliday, DL; Edwards, DR; Pennington, CJ; Guttery, DS; Shaw, JA; Walker, RA; Pringle, JH; Jones, JLJournal Article
15-Sep-2008WNT5A expression increases during melanoma progression and correlates with outcome.Da Forno PD; Pringle, JH; Hutchinson, P; Osborn, J; Huang, Q; Potter, L; Hancox, RA; Fletcher, A; Saldanha, GSJournal Article
1-May-2010Uterine adenomyosis is associated with ultrastructural features of altered contractility in the inner myometrium.Mehasseb, MK; Bell, SC; Pringle, JH; Habiba, MAJournal Article
Nov-2000Differential effects of cyclosporin and tacrolimus on the expression of fibrosis-associated genes in isolated glomeruli from renal transplants.Bicknell, GR; Williams, ST; Shaw, JA; Pringle, JH; Furness, PN; Nicholson, MLJournal Article
Mar-1999Proteinuria induces tubular cell turnover: A potential mechanism for tubular atrophy.Thomas, ME; Brunskill, NJ; Harris, KP; Bailey, E; Pringle, JH; Furness, PN; Walls, JJournal Article
Sep-1991Epstein-Barr viral DNA in Hodgkin's disease: amplification and detection using the polymerase chain reaction.Brocksmith, D; Angel, CA; Pringle, JH; Lauder, IJournal Article
Dec-2010Enhanced invasion of stromal cells from adenomyosis in a three-dimensional coculture model is augmented by the presence of myocytes from affected uteri.Mehasseb, MK; Taylor, AH; Pringle, JH; Bell, SC; Habiba, MJournal Article
16-Aug-2004A novel polymorphism in the 1A promoter region of the vitamin D receptor is associated with altered susceptibilty and prognosis in malignant melanoma.Halsall, JA; Osborne, JE; Potter, L; Pringle, JH; Hutchinson, PEJournal Article