Browsing publications by Dr Rebecca Stewart

Newcastle AuthorsTitleYear
Dr Owen Hughes
Dr Rebecca Stewart
Ian Dimmick
Dr Elizabeth Jones
A Critical Appraisal of Factors Affecting the Accuracy of Results Obtained when Using Flow Cytometry in Stem Cell Investigations: Where Do You Put Your Gates?2009
Dr Chunbo Yang
Dr Rebecca Stewart
George Anyfantis
Stuart Atkinson
Dr Gabriele Saretzki
et al.
A key role for telomerase reverse transcriptase unit in modulating human embryonic stem cell proliferation, cell cycle dynamics, and in vitro differentiation2008
Dr Gabriele Saretzki
Theresia Walter
Dr Joao Passos
Dr Rebecca Stewart
Dr Simon Hoare
et al.
Downregulation of multiple stress defense mechanisms during differentiation of human embryonic stem cells2008
Stuart Atkinson
Dr Rebecca Stewart
Professor Majlinda Lako
Dr Lyle Armstrong
Epigenetic marking prepares the human HOXA cluster for activation during differentiation of pluripotent cells2008
Dr Rebecca Stewart
Dr Chunbo Yang
George Anyfantis
Dr Nicholas Hole
Professor Tom Strachan
et al.
Silencing of the expression of pluripotent driven-reporter genes stably transfected into human pluripotent cells2008
Dr Sajjad Ahmad
Dr Rebecca Stewart
Sun Yung
Sai Kolli
Dr Lyle Armstrong
et al.
Differentiation of human embryonic stem cells into corneal epithelial-like cells by in vitro replication of the corneal epithelial stem cell niche2007
Dr Rebecca Stewart
Professor Miodrag Stojkovic
Professor Majlinda Lako
Mechanisms of self-renewal in human embryonic stem cells2006
Dr Lyle Armstrong
Dr Owen Hughes
Sun Yung
Dr Louise Hyslop
Dr Rebecca Stewart
et al.
The role of PI3K/AKT, MAPK/ERK and NFκβ signalling in the maintenance of human embryonic stem cell pluripotency and viability highlighted by transcriptional profiling and functional analysis2006
Petra Stojkovic
Professor Majlinda Lako
Dr Rebecca Stewart
Dr Lyle Armstrong
Jerome Evans
et al.
An autogeneic feeder cell system that efficiently supports growth of undifferentiated human embryonic stem cells2005
Petra Stojkovic
Professor Majlinda Lako
Dr Rebecca Stewart
Dr Lyle Armstrong
Professor Mary Herbert
et al.
An Autogeneic Feeder Cell System That Efficiently Supports Growth of Undifferentiated Human Embryonic Stem Cells2005
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