Browsing publications by Dr Felicity May

Newcastle AuthorsTitleYearFull text
Barry Dent
Laura Ogle
Dr Rachel O'Donnell
Dr Ujjal Mallick
Professor Nicola Curtin
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High-resolution imaging for the detection and characterisation of circulating tumour cells from patients with oesophageal, hepatocellular, thyroid and ovarian cancers2016
Dr Brendan Luey
Dr Felicity May
Insulin-like growth factors are essential to prevent anoikis in oestrogen-responsive breast cancer cells: importance of the type I IGF receptor and PI3-kinease/Akt pathway2016
Dr Mark Wade
Dr Nicola Sunter
Dr Sarah Fordham
Anna Long
Dino Mašić
et al.
c-MYC is a radiosensitive locus in human breast cells2015
Fiona Middleton
Dr Miranda Patterson
Dr Claire Elstob
Dr Sarah Fordham
Dr Ashleigh Herriott
et al.
Common cancer-associated imbalances in the DNA damage response confer sensitivity to single agent ATR inhibition2015
Dr Felicity May
Professor Bruce Westley
TFF3 is a valuable predictive biomarker of endocrine response in metastatic breast cancer2015
Barry Dent
Dr Rachel O'Donnell
Laura Ogle
Padmini Ramesh
Nick Hayes
et al.
Detection and characterization of circulating tumor cells by imaging flow cytometry2014
Dr Felicity May
Novel drugs that target the estrogen-related receptor alpha: their therapeutic potential in breast cancer2014
Dr Felicity May
A Twenty-First Century Cancer Epidemic Caused by Obesity: The Involvement of Insulin, Diabetes, and Insulin-Like Growth Factors2013
Andrew Axon
Dr Felicity May
Dr Luke Gaughan
Professor Faith Williams
Professor Peter Blain CBE
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Tartrazine and sunset yellow are xenoestrogens in a new screening assay to identify modulators of human oestrogen receptor transcriptional activity2012
Ahmed Ahmed
Andrew Griffiths
Professor Bruce Westley
Dr Felicity May
TFF3 Is a Normal Breast Epithelial Protein and Is Associated with Differentiated Phenotype in Early Breast Cancer but Predisposes to Invasion and Metastasis in Advanced Disease2012
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