Browsing publications by Dr Anastasia Hepburn

Newcastle AuthorsTitleYear
Dr Mohammad Moad
Dr Deepali Pal
Dr Anastasia Hepburn
Dr Stuart Williamson
Laura Wilson
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A novel model of urinary tract differentiation, tissue regeneration, and disease: Reprogramming human prostate and bladder cells into induced pluripotent stem cells2013
Dr Stuart Williamson
Dr Anastasia Hepburn
Professor Hing Leung
Professor Craig Robson
Dr Rakesh Heer
et al.
Characterisations of human prostate stem cells reveal deficiency in class I UGT enzymes as a novel mechanism for castration-resistant prostate cancer2013
Dr Rakesh Heer
Dr Anastasia Hepburn
Dr Stuart Williamson
Dr Amy Kennedy
Dr Amira El-Sherif
et al.
Renal differentiation from adult spermatogonial stem cells2013
Dr Deepali Pal
Dr Mohammad Moad
Dr Anastasia Hepburn
Dr Stuart Williamson
Professor Craig Robson
et al.
Reply from Authors re: "Reprogramming Stromal Cell from the Urinary Tract and Prostate: A Trip to Pluripotency and Back?"2013
Dr Stuart Williamson
Dr Anastasia Hepburn
Laura Wilson
Dr Kelly Coffey
Claudia Ryan-Munden
et al.
Human α2β1HI CD133+VE Epithelial Prostate Stem Cells Express Low Levels of Active Androgen Receptor2012
Dr Anastasia Hepburn
Dr Stuart Williamson
Dr Amira El-Sherif
Dr Neha Sahay
Huw Thomas
et al.
Side Population in Human Non-Muscle Invasive Bladder Cancer Enriches for Cancer Stem Cells That Are Maintained by MAPK Signalling2012
Dr John Blackwood
Dr Stuart Williamson
Dr Laura Greaves
Laura Wilson
Dr Anastasia Hepburn
et al.
In situ lineage tracking of human prostatic epithelial stem cell fate reveals a common clonal origin for basal and luminal cells2011
Dr Stuart Williamson
Dr Anastasia Hepburn
Professor Craig Robson
Dr Rakesh Heer
An update on the prostate cancer stem cell model-CD133+ve stem cell enriched human prostate cells express active androgen receptor2011
Dr Deepali Pal
Dr Stuart Williamson
Professor Craig Robson
Dr Anastasia Hepburn
Dr Rakesh Heer
et al.
Characterising potential for pluripotency induction in human prostate tissue2011
Dr Stuart Williamson
Dr Anastasia Hepburn
Professor Craig Robson
Dr Rakesh Heer
Comparative meta-analysis of the human prostate stem cell transcriptome demonstrates that progenitor cells are the site of malignant transformation2011
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