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Article

McClurg, U, Cork, DM, Darby, Steven, Ryan-Munden, CA, Nakjang, S, Mendes-CĂ´rtes, L, Treumann, A, Gaughan, L and Robson, CN (2016) Identification of a novel K311 ubiquitination site critical for androgen receptor transcriptional activity. Nucleic Acids Research, 45 (4). pp. 1793-1804. ISSN 0305-1048

Rodriguez-Teja, m, Gronau, JH, Breit, C, Zhang, YZ, Minamidate, A, Caley, MP, McCarthy, A, Cox, TR, Erler, JT, Gaughan, L, Darby, Steven, Robson, CN, Mauri, F, Waxman, J and Sturge, J (2015) AGE-modified basement membrane cooperates with Endo180 to promote epithelial cell invasiveness and decrease prostate cancer survival. Journal of Pathology, 235 (4). pp. 581-592. ISSN 1096-9896

Darby, Steven, Cross, SS, Brown, NJ, Hamdy, FC and Robson, CN (2007) BMP-6 over-expression in prostate cancer is associated with increased Id-1 protein and a more invasive phenotype. The Journal of Pathology, 214 (3). pp. 394-404. ISSN 00223417

Sahadevan, K, Darby, Steven, Leung, HY, Mathers, ME, Robson, CN and Gnanapragasam, VJ (2007) Selective over-expression of fibroblast growth factor receptors 1 and 4 in clinical prostate cancer. The Journal of Pathology, 213 (1). pp. 82-90. ISSN 00223417

Gnanapragasam, VJ, Darby, Steven, Khan, M M, Lock, WG, Robson, CN and Leung, HY (2005) Evidence that prostate gonadotropin-releasing hormone receptors mediate an anti-tumourigenic response to analogue therapy in hormone refractory prostate cancer. The Journal of Pathology, 206 (2). pp. 205-213. ISSN 0022-3417

Conference or Workshop Item

Darby, Steven, Ramsey, H, Gaughan, L and Robson, CN (2011) Abstract 4053: The role of ubiquitination in androgen receptor function in prostate cancer. In: AACR 102nd Annual Meeting 2011, 2-6 Apr 2011, Orlando, Florida, USA.

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