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Beeton, LD, Chivers, P, Dawes, J, Kyriakou, T, Goel, A, Peden, J and Green, FR (2011) TILING ARRAY SHOWS LOW ANRIL, HIGH CDKN2B EXPRESSION ASSOCIATED WITH CHROMOSOME 9P21 CORONARY ARTERY DISEASE (CAD) RISK GENOTYPE

Green, FR, Beeton, LD, Chivers, P, Kyriakou, T, Goel, A and Peden, J (2011) A custom tiling expression microarray as a novel approach to study a coronary artery disease genetic risk locus

Sier, J, van den Boomen, S, Beeton, L, Ferns, G and Shafi, S (2010) Are CD4+CD25+FOXP3+regulatory T cells present in experimental rabbit atherosclerotic lesions?

Beeton, LD, Chivers, P and Green, FR (2010) A novel approach to ANRIL structure and function using expression tiling microarrays

Beeton, LD, Burch, B, Russell, K, Salvage, S, Chivers, P, Webb, KE and Green, FR (2009) CORONARY ARTERY DISEASE SUSCEPTIBILITY LOCUS ON CHROMOSOME 9P21 In: Autumn Meeting of the British-Atherosclerosis-Society, 2009-09-17 - 2009-09-18, Queens Coll, Cambridge, ENGLAND.

Beeton, L, Khwaja, H, Bodman-Smith, K, Ferns, G and Green, F (2006) Genetic variation in the interleukin-6 promoter influences the macrophage inflammatory response In: 14th IVBM, 2006 - ?.

Beeton, L, Tomlin, P, Bodman-Smith, K, Ferns, G and Green, F (2006) Inhibitoryeffect of statins on IL6 mRNA expression in THP-1 cells subjected to an inflammatory stimulus In: 14th IVBM, 2006 - ?.

Beeton, L, Khwaja, H, Bodman-Smith, K, Ferns, G and Green, F (2006) Interleukin-6 promoter polymorphisms influence the inter-individual macrophage inflammatory response In: 14th Meeting of the International-Society-of-Atherosclerosis, 2006-06-18 - 2006-06-22, Rome, ITALY.

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