Browsing publications by Dr Mary Robinson

Newcastle AuthorsTitleYear
Professor Cam Donaldson
Emeritus Professor Roger Francis
Dr Mary Robinson
The record trial: An evaluation of calcium and/or vitamin D in the secondary prevention of osteoporotic fractures2005
Garrett Durkan
Dr Joyce Nutt
Colin Marsh
Dr Mary Robinson
Professor David Neal
et al.
Alteration in urinary matrix metalloproteinase-9 to tissue inhibitor of metalloproteinase-1 ratio predicts recurrence in nonmuscle-invasive bladder cancer2003
Bharat Gowardhan
Dr Mary Robinson
Professor Hing Leung
Late onset classical seminoma in a sib pair with possible familial aetiology2002
Garrett Durkan
Dr Richard Charlton
Dr Mary Robinson
Kilian Mellon
Caveolin-1 expression is associated with high-grade bladder cancer2001
Dr Khaver Qureshi
Thomas Griffiths
Dr Mary Robinson
Colin Marsh
Dr James Roberts
et al.
Combined p21WAF1/CIP1 and p53 overexpression predict improved survival in muscle-invasive bladder cancer treated by radical radiotherapy2001
Dr Trevor Dorkin
Dr Mary Robinson
Professor David Neal
Professor Hing Leung
aFGF immunoreactivity in prostate cancer and its co-localization with bFGF and FGF81999
Dr Trevor Dorkin
Dr Mary Robinson
Colin Marsh
Professor David Neal
Professor Hing Leung
et al.
FGF8 over-expression in prostate cancer is associated with decreased patient survival and persists in androgen independent disease1999
Dr Mary Robinson
Staging of prostate cancer using 3-dimensional transrectal ultrasound images: A pilot study1999
Dr Khaver Qureshi
Thomas Griffiths
Dr Mary Robinson
Dr James Roberts
Professor John Lunec
et al.
TP53 accumulation predicts improved survival in patients resistant to systemic cisplatin-based chemotherapy for muscle-invasive bladder cancer1999
Dr Christine Challen
Thomas Griffiths
Dr Mary Robinson
Professor David Neal
Professor John Lunec
et al.
Alterations of TP53 in microdissected transitional cell carcinoma of the human urinary bladder: High frequency of TP53 accumulation in the absence of detected mutations is associated with poor prognosis1998
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