Browsing publications by Professor Karim Nayernia

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Professor Karim Nayernia
Expression of Testis Specific Genes TSGA10, TEX101 and ODF3 in Breast Cancer2012
Professor Karim Nayernia
Overexpression of Lis1 in Different Stages of Spermatogenesis Does Not Result in an Aberrant Phenotype2011
Dr Deepali Pal
Professor Craig Robson
Dr Stuart Williamson
Professor Karim Nayernia
Dr Hamid Reza Soleimanpour Lichaei
et al.
Stem-cell regulatory protein Piwil2 enriches for known stem-cell and cancer stem-cell markers in prostate cancer cells2011
Dr Jae Ho Lee
Dr Parisa Javadian Elyaderani
Dr Hamid Reza Soleimanpour Lichaei
Professor Craig Robson
Professor Karim Nayernia
et al.
Pathways of Proliferation and Antiapoptosis Driven in Breast Cancer Stem Cells by Stem Cell Protein Piwil22010
Professor Karim Nayernia
PSCDGs of mouse multipotent adult germline stem cells can enter and progress through meiosis to form haploid male germ cells in vitro2010
Professor Karim Nayernia
Isolation and cultivation of stem cells from adult mouse testes2009
Professor Karim Nayernia
Multipotent adult germ-line stem cells, like other pluripotent stem cells, can be killed by cytotoxic T lymphocytes despite low expression of major histocompatibility complex class I molecules2009
Professor Karim Nayernia
A newborn with hereditary haemorrhagic telangiectasia and an unusually severe phenotype2008
Professor Karim Nayernia
Adult germ line stem cells as a source of functional neurons and glia2008
Professor Karim Nayernia
Germ cells, origin of somatic stem cells?2008
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