Browsing publications by Dr David Cork

Newcastle AuthorsTitleYear
Dr David Cork
Professor Stephen Robson
Dr Julian Venables
Dr Alison Tyson-Capper
Myometrial-specific spatiotemporal splicing patterns in pregnancy2013
Dr David Cork
Professor Thomas Lennard
Dr Alison Tyson-Capper
Progesterone receptor (PR) variants exist in breast cancer cells characterised as PR negative2012
Dr David Cork
Professor Thomas Lennard
Dr Alison Tyson-Capper
The Functional Impact of Progesterone Receptor Alternative Splicing in Breast Cancer Cells2012
Dr Anthony Rostron
Dr David Cork
Vassillios Avlonitis
Professor Andrew Fisher
Professor John Dark
et al.
Contribution of Toll-Like Receptor Activation to Lung Damage After Donor Brain Death2010
Dr Anthony Rostron
Dr David Cork
Professor John Kirby
Professor John Dark
Norepinephrine and Arginine Vasopressin Increase Hepatic but Not Renal Inflammatory Activation During Hemodynamic Resuscitation in a Rodent Model of Brain-dead Donors2009
Dr David Cork
Professor Thomas Lennard
Dr Alison Tyson-Capper
Alternative splicing and the progresterone receptor in breast cancer2008
Vassillios Avlonitis
Dr David Cork
Danielle Grenade
Professor John Kirby
Professor John Dark
et al.
Hemodynamic Resuscitation With Arginine Vasopressin Reduces Lung Injury After Brain Death in the Transplant Donor2008
Dr Anthony Rostron
Vassillios Avlonitis
Dr David Cork
Professor John Dark
Professor John Kirby
et al.
The contribution of toll-like receptors (TLR) to brain death-induced donor lung inflammation2008
Dr Alison Tyson-Capper
Dr David Cork
Elizabeth Shiells
Andrew Loughney
Characterization of cellular retinoid-binding proteins in human myometrium during pregnancy2006
Dr Alison Tyson-Capper
Dr David Cork
Elizabeth Kokkinos
Professor Nick Europe-Finner
Andrew Loughney
et al.
The role of the retinoids in the differentiation of the myometrium during pregnancy2006