Browsing publications by Dr Nicholas Bown

Newcastle AuthorsTitleYearFull text
Dr Mark Wade
Dr Nicola Sunter
Dr Sarah Fordham
Anna Long
Dino Masic
et al.
c-MYC is a radiosensitive locus in human breast cells2015
Dr Simon Bomken
Dr Nicholas Bown
Dr Peter Carey
Dr Katrina Wood
Dr Kevin Windebank
et al.
Cutaneous B-Lymphoblastic Lymphoma With IL3/IgH Translocation Presenting With Hypereosinophilia and Acute Endocarditis2015
Dr Nicholas Bown
Professor John Lunec
Professor Deborah Tweddle
Influence of segmental chromosome abnormalities on survival in children over the age of 12 months with unresectable localised peripheral neuroblastic tumours without MYCN amplification2015
Dr Nicholas Bown
Dr Sujith Samarasinghe
Professor Simon Bailey
Professor Roderick Skinner
FLT3 internal tandem duplication and NPM1 mutations in paediatric AML: a single centre experience2014
Dr Swethajit Biswas
Dr Nicholas Bown
Philip Kane
Whole-exome sequencing of an adult pituitary atypical teratoid rhabdoid tumor (AT/RT) - A not so simple genome as pediatric AT/RT2014
Professor Steven Clifford
Dr Stephen Crosier
Sarah Nicholson
Dr Nicholas Bown
A national feasibility study of real-time central pathology review (CPR) and molecular diagnostics for medulloblastoma2013
Dr Stephen Crosier
Sarah Nicholson
Dr Nicholas Bown
Professor Steven Clifford
A National Feasibility Study of Real-Time Central Pathology Review and Molecular Diagnostics for Medulloblastoma2012
Nermine Basta
Dr Gail Halliday
Richard Feltbower
Dr Nicholas Bown
Professor Andrew Pearson
et al.
Factors associated with recurrence and length of survival following relapse in patients with neuroblastoma: a pilot study2012
Dr Sarra Ryan
Dr Vikki Rand
Claire Schwab
Heather Morrison
Elizabeth Matheson
et al.
Ras Signalling Pathway and Novel Target Genes Related to Down Syndrome Contribute to the Development of B-Cell Precursor Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia (BCP-ALL) in iAMP21 Patients2011
Dr Elizabeth Jones
Dr Fiona Douglas
Dr Nicholas Bown
Wilms Tumor Incidence in Children With 2q Terminal Deletions: A Cohort Study2011
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