Browsing publications by Hesta McNeill

Newcastle AuthorsTitleYear
Dr Andrea Beyerle
Hesta McNeill
Professor Olaf Heidenreich
Molecular Parameters of siRNA–Cell Penetrating Peptide Nanocomplexes for Efficient Cellular Delivery2013
Dr Kelly Coffey
Dr Timothy Blackburn
Susan Cook
Professor Bernard Golding
Professor Roger Griffin
et al.
Characterisation of a Tip60 specific inhibitor, NU9056, in prostate cancer2012
Dr Daniel Williamson
Hesta McNeill
Dr Michael Cullen
Professor Bryan Young
Professor Olaf Heidenreich
et al.
Depletion of RUNX1/ETO in t(8;21) AML cells leads to genome-wide changes in chromatin structure and transcription factor binding2012
Dr Frida Ponthan
Hesta McNeill
Dr Lars Buechler
Professor Josef Vormoor
Professor Olaf Heidenreich
et al.
Significance of Fusion Genes for Maintenance of Leukaemia2011
Patricia Garrido Castro
Dr Simon Bomken
Elda Latif
Michael Batey
Hesta McNeill
et al.
ANGIOPOIETIN1 a Novel Factor Implicated In MLL Rearranged Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia and Regulated In a Fusion Gene Dependent Manner2010
Elda Latif
Michael Batey
Hesta McNeill
Professor Josef Vormoor
Professor Olaf Heidenreich
et al.
ANGIOPOIETIN1-a Novel Factor Implicated In MLL-Rearranged Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia and Regulated In a Fusion Gene-Dependent Manner2010
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
Dr Klaus Rehe
Kerrie Wilson
Hesta McNeill
Dr Julie Irving
Professor Josef Vormoor
et al.
In standard and high risk acute lymphoblastic leukemias disease propagating cells are abundant and not confined to certain immunophenotypic fractions2010
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