Browsing publications by Dr Simon Cockell

Newcastle AuthorsTitleYearFull text
Dr Anna Moles Fernandez
Dr Jacqueline Butterworth
Dr Jill Hunter
Helene Sellier
Dr Dina Tiniakos
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A RelA(p65) Thr505 phospho-site mutation reveals an important mechanism regulating NF-kB dependent liver regeneration and cancer2016
Joseph Mullen
Dr Simon Cockell
Professor Anil Wipat
An Integrated Data Driven Approach to Drug Repositioning Using Gene-Disease Associations2016
Dr Ahmad Khundakar
Dr Peter Hanson
Daniel Erskine
Dr Nichola Lax
Evangelia Karyka
et al.
Analysis of primary visual cortex in dementia with Lewy bodies indicates GABAergic involvement associated with recurrent complex visual hallucinations2016
Joseph Mullen
Dr Simon Cockell
Professor Anil Wipat
Mining integrated semantic networks for drug repositioning opportunities2016
Dr Catherine Meplan
Dr Simon Cockell
David Bradburn
Dr Daniel Commane
Dr Ramesh Arasaradnam
et al.
Transcriptomics and proteomics show that selenium affects inflammation, cytoskeleton, and cancer pathways in human rectal biopsies2016
Dr Joy Hardyman-Carlile
Dr John Tyson
Dr Kelly Jackson
Christine Aldridge
Dr Simon Cockell
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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
Fadhel Alsaid Naji
Dr Ed Schwalbe
Dr Sirintra Nakjang
Dr Simon Cockell
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
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Gene Set Enrichment Analysis Across Multiple Expression Studies Reveals a Core Subset of Primary Sjögren's Syndrome-Related Genes2015
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