Browsing publications by Dr Neil Hanley

Newcastle AuthorsTitleYearFull text
Dr Fiona Oakley
Professor Derek Mann
Dr Neil Hanley
Osteopontin is a novel downstream target of SOX9 with diagnostic implications for progression of liver fibrosis in humans2012
Dr Fiona Oakley
Professor Derek Mann
Dr Neil Hanley
Identification of SOX9 as a novel mechanism to explain aspects of liver fibrosis2010
Dr Fiona Oakley
Dr David Wilson
Professor Derek Mann
Dr Neil Hanley
Ectopic SOX9 Mediates Extracellular Matrix Deposition Characteristic of Organ Fibrosis2008
Karen Piper
Dr Stephen Ball
Lee Turnpenny
Denise Wilson
Dr Neil Hanley
et al.
Beta-cell differentiation during human development does not rely on nestin-positive precursors: Implications for stem cell-derived replacement therapy2002
Karen Piper
Lee Turnpenny
Dr David Wilson
Dr Stephen Ball
Dr Neil Hanley
et al.
Expression profile of PDX1 during human pancreas development2002
Glenn Renforth
Dr Neil Hanley
Karen Piper
Dr Vincent Connolly
Professor Mark Walker
et al.
Mutation of ALMS1, a large gene with a tandem repeat encoding 47 amino acids, causes Alstrom syndrome2002
Karen Piper
Dr Stephen Ball
Dr Neil Hanley
Novel SOX9 expression during human pancreas development correlates to abnormalities in Campomelic dysplasia2002
Dr Neil Hanley
Dr David Wilson
Dr Stephen Ball
Expression profiles of SF-1, DAX1, and CYP17 in the human fetal adrenal gland: Potential interactions in gene regulation2001
Dr Neil Hanley
Dr Stephen Ball
Genes, mice and the internet: Is WT1 the shape of things to come?2000
Dr Neil Hanley
Dr Donna Hagan
Dr Mark Clement-Jones
Dr Stephen Ball
Professor Tom Strachan
et al.
SRY, SOX9, and DAX1 expression patterns during human sex determination and gonadal development2000
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