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Alharbi, RA, Pettengell, R, Pandha, HS and Morgan, R (2012) The role of HOX genes in normal hematopoiesis and acute leukemia. Leukemia. ISSN 0887-6924

Kelly, ZL, Michael, A, Butler-Manuel, S, Pandha, HS and Morgan, RG (2011) HOX genes in ovarian cancer Journal of Ovarian Research, 4 (1). ISSN 1757-2215

Heinemann, L, Simpson, GR, Boxall, A, Kottke, T, Relph, KL, Vile, R, Melcher, A, Prestwich, R, Harrington, KJ, Morgan, R and Pandha, HS (2011) Synergistic effects of oncolytic reovirus and docetaxel chemotherapy in prostate cancer. BMC Cancer, 11. 221 - ?. ISSN 1471-2407

Anesti, A-M, Simpson, GR, Price, T, Pandha, HS and Coffin, RS (2010) Expression of RNA interference triggers from an oncolytic herpes simplex virus results in specific silencing in tumour cells in vitro and tumours in vivo BMC CANCER, 10. ? - ?. ISSN 1471-2407

Morgan, R, Plowright, L, Harrington, KJ, Michael, A and Pandha, HS (2010) Targeting HOX and PBX transcription factors in ovarian cancer BMC CANCER, 10. ? - ?. ISSN 1471-2407

Pandha, HS, Heinemann, L, Simpson, GR, Melcher, A, Prestwich, R, Errington, F, Coffey, M, Harrington, KJ and Morgan, R (2009) Synergistic Effects of Oncolytic Reovirus and Cisplatin Chemotherapy in Murine Malignant Melanoma CLINICAL CANCER RESEARCH, 15 (19). 6158 - 6166. ISSN 1078-0432

Morgan, R, Fairfax, B and Pandha, HS (2006) Calcium insensitivity of FA-6, a cell line derived from a pancreatic cancer associated with humoral hypercalcemia, is mediated by the significantly reduced expression of the Calcium Sensitive Receptor transduction component p38 MAPK MOLECULAR CANCER, 5. ? - ?. ISSN 1476-4598

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