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Lane, JM, Chang, A-M, Bjonnes, AC, Aeschbach, D, Anderson, C, Cade, BE, Cain, SW, Czeisler, CA, Gharib, SA, Gooley, JJ, Gottlieb, DJ, Grant, SFA, Klerman, EB, Lauderdale, DS, Lockley, SW, Munch, M, Patel, S, Punjabi, NM, Rajaratnam, SMW, Rueger, M, Hilaire, MAS, Santhi, N, Scheuermaier, K, Van Reen, E, Zee, PC, Shea, SA, Duffy, JF, Buxton, OM, Redline, S, Scheer, FAJL and Saxena, R (2016) Impact of Common Diabetes Risk Variant in MTNR1B on Sleep, Circadian, and Melatonin Physiology DIABETES, 65 (6). pp. 1741-1751.

Havranek, EG, Labarthe, M-C, Ward, S, Anderson, CJ, Whelan, MA and Pandha, H (2008) A novel murine model of allogeneic vaccination against renal cancer BJU INTERNATIONAL, 101 (9). pp. 1165-1169.

Michael, A, Politi, E, Havranek, E, Corbishley, C, Karapanagiotou, L, Anderson, C, Relph, K, Syrigos, KN and Pandha, H (2007) Prognostic significance of erythropoietin expression in human renal cell carcinoma BJU INTERNATIONAL, 100 (2). pp. 291-294.

Pandha, H, Birchall, L, Meyer, B, Wilson, N, Relph, K, Anderson, C and Harrington, K (2006) Antitumor effects of aminobisphosphonates on renal cell carcinoma cell lines JOURNAL OF UROLOGY, 176 (5). pp. 2255-2261.

Relph, KL, Michael, A, Havranek, E, Anderson, C, Polychronis, A, Corbishley, C and Pandha, H (2006) Prognostic impact of P53, EGFR and HER2/Neu proteins on renal cell carcinoma Internet Journal of Urology.

Zeze, DA, Silva, SRP, Brown, NMD, Joyce, AM and Anderson, CA (2002) Targeting mass-selected cluster ions for the deposition of advanced carbonaceous materials using an inductively coupled plasma JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSICS, 91 (4). pp. 1819-1827.

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