Browsing publications by Dr Klaus Rehe

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Dr Alex Elder
Dr Klaus Rehe
Dr Simon Bomken
Dr Paul Sinclair
Katie Dormon
et al.
The ability to cross the blood-cerebrospinal fluid barrier is a generic property of acute lymphoblastic leukemia blasts.2016
Dr Klaus Rehe
Dr Simon Bomken
Dr Paul Sinclair
Dr Lisa Russell
Professor Olaf Heidenreich
et al.
Childhood pre-B acute lymphoblastic leukaemia cells capable of central nervous system engraftment are common, heterogeneous and transit the blood-cerebrospinal fluid barrier2015
Dr Klaus Rehe
Kerrie Wilson
Dr Simon Bomken
Dr Daniel Williamson
Dr Julie Irving
et al.
Acute B lymphoblastic leukaemia-propagating cells are present at high frequency in diverse lymphoblast populations2013
Dr Simon Bomken
Dr Lars Buechler
Dr Klaus Rehe
Dr Frida Ponthan
Dr Alex Elder
et al.
Lentiviral marking of patient-derived acute lymphoblastic leukaemic cells allows in vivo tracking of disease progression2013
Dr Klaus Rehe
Professor Olaf Heidenreich
Professor Josef Vormoor
Beth Gibson
Central Nervous System Involvement in a Xenograft Model of Pre-B Acute Lymphoblastic Leukaemia Is Associated with Dysfunctional CXCR4 Expression and Upregulation of the Neurotropic Chemokine Receptors CCR6 and CX3CR12011
Dr Klaus Rehe
Kerrie Wilson
Dr Simon Bomken
Professor Olaf Heidenreich
Professor Josef Vormoor
et al.
In acute lymphoblastic leukaemia stemness is frequent and ubiquitous2011
Dr Simon Bomken
Dr Lars Buechler
Dr Klaus Rehe
Dr Frida Ponthan
Dr Helen Blair
et al.
Lentiviral Transduction of Patient Derived Leukaemic Blasts Allowing In Vivo Bioluminescent Monitoring in An NSG Model of Leukaemia Stem Cell Maintenance2011
Dr Klaus Rehe
Kerrie Wilson
Dr Simon Bomken
Hesta McNeill
Dr Julie Irving
et al.
In Acute Lymphoblastic Leukaemia, Stemness Is Frequent and Ubiquitous2010
Dr Klaus Rehe
Kerrie Wilson
Dr Simon Bomken
Hesta McNeill
Dr Julie Irving
et al.
In Acute Lymphoblastic Leukaemia, Sternness Is Frequent and Ubiquitous2010
Dr Klaus Rehe
Kerrie Wilson
Dr Simon Bomken
Hesta McNeill
Dr Julie Irving
et al.
In acute lymphoblastic leukemia, stemness is frequent and ubiquitous2010
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