Toggle Main Menu Toggle Search

Open Access padlockePrints

Browsing publications by Professor Roger Griffin

Newcastle AuthorsTitleYearFull text
Christopher Matheson
Christopher Coxon
Dr Benoit Carbain
Dr Ian Hardcastle
Dr Suzannah Harnor
et al.
2-Arylamino-6-ethynylpurines are cysteine-targeting irreversible inhibitors of Nek2 kinase2020
Stephanie Myers
Duncan Miller
Dr Lauren Molyneux
Dr Mercedeh Arasta
Dr Ruth Bawn
et al.
Identification of a novel orally bioavailable ERK5 inhibitor with selectivity over p38α and BRD42019
Dr Catherine Willoughby
Huw Thomas
Dr Elaine Willmore
Suzanne Kyle
Dr Anita Wittner
et al.
Selective DNA-PKcs Inhibition Extends the Therapeutic Index of Localized Radiotherapy and Chemotherapy2019
Professor David Rees
Professor Bernard Golding
Dr Ian Hardcastle
Dr Celine Cano
Duncan Miller
et al.
ISOINDOLINONE INHIBITORS OF THE MDM2-P53 INTERACTION HAVING ANTICANCER ACTIVITY2017
Professor David Rees
Professor Bernard Golding
Dr Ian Hardcastle
Dr Celine Cano
Duncan Miller
et al.
Preparation of isoindolinones as inhibitors of the MDM2-​p53 interaction having anticancer activity2017
Professor David Rees
Professor Bernard Golding
Dr Ian Hardcastle
Dr Celine Cano
Duncan Miller
et al.
Preparation of isoindolinones as inhibitors of the MDM2-​p53 interaction having anticancer activity;WO 20170558602017
Dr Christopher Wong
Dr Ian Hardcastle
Christopher Matheson
Emeritus Professor Herbie Newell
Dr Mangaleswaran Sivaprakasam
et al.
Structure-guided design of purine-based probes for selective Nek2 inhibition2017
Dr Catherine Drummond
Arman Esfandiari
Dr Xiaohong Lu
Dr Claire Hutton
Dr Jennifer Jackson
et al.
TP53 mutant MDM2-amplified cell lines selected for resistance to MDM2-p53 binding antagonists retain sensitivity to ionizing radiation2016
Christopher Coxon
Dr Celine Cano
Professor Bernard Golding
Professor Roger Griffin
A new tool for the chemical genetic investigation of the Plasmodium falciparum Pfnek-2 NIMA-related kinase2016
Dr Gary Beale
Dr Emma Haagensen
Huw Thomas
Lan Wang
Charlotte Revill
et al.
Combined PI3K and CDK2 inhibition induces cell death and enhances in vivo anti-tumour activity in colorectal cancer2016
123456789101112131415