Browsing publications by Dr Simon Cockell

Newcastle AuthorsTitleYearFull text
Joseph Mullen
Dr Simon Cockell
Professor Anil Wipat
Mining integrated semantic networks for drug repositioning opportunities2016
Joy Hardyman
Dr John Tyson
Dr Kelly Jackson
Christine Aldridge
Dr Simon Cockell
et al.
Zinc sensing by metal-responsive transcription factor 1 (MTF1) controls metallothionein and ZnT1 expression to buffer the sensitivity of the transcriptome response to zinc2016
Dr Katherine James
Shereen Al-Ali
Dr Jessica Tarn
Dr Simon Cockell
Dr Colin Gillespie
et al.
A Transcriptional Signature of Fatigue Derived from Patients with Primary Sjögren’s Syndrome2015
Jessica Tarn
Dr Simon Cockell
Dr Colin Gillespie
Professor Julia Newton
Professor Anil Wipat
et al.
A Transcriptional Signature of Fatigue Derived from Patients with Primary Sjögren's Syndrome2015
Dr Alem Gabriel
Dr Ed Schwalbe
Sirintra Nakjang
Dr Simon Cockell
Alice Iliasova
et al.
Epigenetic landscape correlates with genetic subtype but does not predict outcome in childhood acute lymphoblastic leukemia2015
Shereen Al-Ali
Dr Jessica Tarn
Dr Simon Cockell
Dr Colin Gillespie
Professor John Isaacs
et al.
Gene Set Enrichment Analysis Across Multiple Expression Studies Reveals a Core Subset of Primary Sjögren's Syndrome-Related Genes2015
Dr Marion Dubarry
Dr Conor Lawless
Dr Andrew Banks
Dr Simon Cockell
Professor David Lydall
et al.
Genetic Networks Required to Coordinate Chromosome Replication by DNA Polymerases α, δ, and ε in Saccharomyces cerevisiae2015
Shereen Al-Ali
Dr Simon Cockell
Dr Jessica Tarn
Dr Katherine James
Sarah Bowman
et al.
Identification of Whole Blood Gene Expression Signature in Primary Sjogren's Syndrome Associated Lymphoma2015
Dr Simon Cockell
Dr Colin Gillespie
Professor Fai Ng
Serum Free Light Chains are Associated with Clinical Disease Activity of Primary Sjögren's Syndrome in the Cutaneous, Biological and Renal Domains2015
Dr Luisa Wakeling
Laura Ions
Suzie Escolme
Dr Simon Cockell
Tianhong Su
et al.
SIRI1 effects DNA methylation of polycomb protein target genes, a hotspot of the epigenetic shift observed in ageing2015
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