Browsing publications by Dr Stuart McCracken

Newcastle AuthorsTitleYear
Dr Stuart McCracken
Dr Rakesh Heer
Penile strangulation by a substantial metal napkin ring: successful removal with medtronic midas rex® legend® stylus® drill system2013
Dr Stuart McCracken
Dr Kanagasabai Sahadevan
Professor Hing Leung
SPRY2 loss enhances ErbB trafficking and PI3K/AKT signalling to drive human and mouse prostate carcinogenesis2012
Dr Stuart McCracken
ERK5 signalling in prostate cancer promotes an invasive phenotype2011
Dr Luke Gaughan
Dr Stuart McCracken
Professor Craig Robson
Dr Steven Powell
FUS/TLS Is a Novel Mediator of Androgen-Dependent Cell-Cycle Progression and Prostate Cancer Growth2011
Dr Luke Gaughan
Dr Jacqueline Stockley
Nan Wang
Dr Stuart McCracken
Dr Kelly Coffey
et al.
Regulation of the androgen receptor by SET9-mediated methylation2011
Dr Stuart McCracken
Garrett Durkan
Professor Robert Pickard
Professor Craig Robson
Diagnosis and management of prostate cancer in the older man2010
Professor Hing Leung
Dr Arthur Mckie
Dr Stuart McCracken
Dr Helen Maitland
Dr Sharon Olijslagers
et al.
Loss of Sprouty2 Drives an Invasive Phenotype in Prostate Cancer and May Co-operate with HER2/3 in a Subgroup with Aggressive Disease2009
Dr Stuart McCracken
Dr Rakesh Heer
Dr Marie Mathers
Benjamin Jenkins
Professor Craig Robson
et al.
Aberrant expression of extracellular signal-regulated kinase 5 in human prostate cancer2008
Dr Stuart McCracken
Professor David Neal
Professor Hing Leung
Mitogenic growth signalling, DNA replication licensing, and survival are linked in prostate cancer2007
Dr Ian Logan
Dr Luke Gaughan
Dr Stuart McCracken
Dr Vasileia Sapountzi
Professor Hing Leung
et al.
Human PIRH2 enhances androgen receptor signaling through inhibition of histone deacetylase 1 and is overexpressed in prostate cancer2006
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