Browsing publications by Dr Lyle Armstrong

Newcastle AuthorsTitleYear
Dr Katarzyna Tilgner
Dr Irina Neganova
Sun Yung
Chatcha Singhapol
Dr Gabriele Saretzki
et al.
A human iPSC model of Ligase IV deficiency reveals an important role for NHEJ-mediated-DSB repair in the survival and genomic stability of induced pluripotent stem cells and emerging haematopoietic progenitors2013
Dr Mohammad Moad
Dr Deepali Pal
Dr Anastasia Hepburn
Dr Stuart Williamson
Laura Wilson
et al.
A novel model of urinary tract differentiation, tissue regeneration, and disease: Reprogramming human prostate and bladder cells into induced pluripotent stem cells2013
Dr Stuart Atkinson
Professor Majlinda Lako
Dr Lyle Armstrong
Potential for Pharmacological Manipulation of Human Embryonic Stem Cells2013
Stuart Atkinson
Dr Joseph Collin
George Anyfantis
Professor Majlinda Lako
Dr Lyle Armstrong
et al.
A Putative Role for the Immunoproteasome in the Maintenance of Pluripotency in Human Embryonic Stem Cells2012
Dr Yan Jiang
Dr Katarzyna Tilgner
Dr Gabriele Saretzki
Professor Majlinda Lako
Dr Lyle Armstrong
et al.
Derivation and functional analysis of patient specific induced pluripotent stem cells (IPSCS) as an in vitro model of chronic granulomatous disease2012
Dr Yan Jiang
Dr Katarzyna Tilgner
Dr Gabriele Saretzki
Professor Majlinda Lako
Dr Lyle Armstrong
et al.
Derivation and Functional Analysis of Patient Specific Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells as an In Vitro Model of Chronic Granulomatous Disease2012
Dr Yan Jiang
Dr Katarzyna Tilgner
Dr Gabriele Saretzki
Professor Majlinda Lako
Dr Lyle Armstrong
et al.
Derivation and functional analysis of patient-specific induced pluripotent stem cells as an in vitro model of chronic granulomatous disease2012
Dr Lyle Armstrong
Epigenetic Control of Embryonic Stem Cell Differentiation.2012
Dr Lyle Armstrong
Professor Majlinda Lako
Professor Miodrag Stojkovic
Our Top 10 Developments in Stem Cell Biology over the Last 30 Years2012
Dr Irina Neganova
Dr Stuart Atkinson
Dr Joao Passos
Professor Thomas von Zglinicki
Dr Lyle Armstrong
et al.
An Important Role for CDK2 in G1 to S Checkpoint Activation and DNA Damage Response in Human Embryonic Stem Cells2011
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