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Professor Graham Jackson
BRAF and DIS3 Mutations Associate with Adverse Outcome in a Long-term Follow-up of Patients with Multiple Myeloma2020
Dr Laura Jardine
Dr Urszula Cytlak-Chaudhuri
Dr Merry Gunawan
Dr Gary Reynolds
Dr Kile Green
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Donor monocyte-derived macrophages promote human acute graft versus host disease2020
Professor Graham Jackson
Professor Marcus Kaiser
Early relapse after high-dose melphalan autologous stem cell transplant predicts inferior survival and is associated with high disease burden and genetically high-risk disease in multiple myeloma2020
Professor Graham Jackson
Excluding myeloma diagnosis using revised thresholds for serum free light chain ratios and M-protein levels2020
Dr Aneta Mikulasova
Professor Graham Jackson
Microhomology-mediated end joining drives complex rearrangements and overexpression of MYC and PVT1 in multiple myeloma2020
Professor Graham Jackson
Predicting ultrahigh risk multiple myeloma by molecular profiling: an analysis of newly diagnosed transplant eligible myeloma XI trial patients2020
Professor Graham Jackson
Real-world assessment of the clinical impact of symptomatic infection with severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus (COVID-19 disease) in patients with multiple myeloma receiving systemic anti-cancer therapy2020
Professor Graham Jackson
The relative importance of factors predicting outcome for myeloma patients at different ages: results from 3894 patients in the Myeloma XI trial2020
Professor Graham Jackson
A clinical prediction model for outcome and therapy delivery in transplant-ineligible patients with myeloma (UK Myeloma Research Alliance Risk Profile): a development and validation study2019
Professor Graham Jackson
Erratum to: Identification of multiple risk loci and regulatory mechanisms influencing susceptibility to multiple myeloma (Nature Communications, (2018), 9, 1, (3707), 10.1038/s41467-018-04989-w)2019