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3-Aug-2016A longitudinal study of patients with cirrhosis treated with L-ornithine L-aspartate, examined with magnetization transfer, diffusion-weighted imaging and magnetic resonance spectroscopyGrover, VP; McPhail, M; Wylezinska, M; Crossey, MM; Fitzpatrick, J, et al
1-Jun-2018The FOXO3-FOXM1 Axis: a key cancer drug target and a modulator of cancer drug resistanceYao, S; Fan, YN; Lam, EW; Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council (BBSRC); Imperial College Trust, et al
1-Aug-2016Development of a pipeline for exploratory metabolic profiling of infant urineJackson, FL; Georgakopoulou, N; Kaluarachchi, M; Kyriakides, M; Andreas, N, et al
15-Jun-2017A systemic review on radiofrequency assisted laparoscopic liver resection: Challenges and window to excelReccia, I; Kumar, J; Tomokazu, K; Zanellato, A; Draz, A, et al
20-Jun-2018Progesterone Modulation of Pregnancy-Related Immune ResponsesShah, NM; Imami, N; Johnson, MR; Imperial College Trust
1-Mar-2017Immunological changes in the choriodecidua, placenta and amnion in preterm deliveries secondary to chorioamnionitis.Sivarajasingam, SP; Das, A; Herbert, BR; Fais, MF; Singh, N, et al
28-Jul-2019EP300 and SIRT1/6 co-regulate lapatinib sensitivity via modulating FOXO3-acetylation and activity in breast cancerLam, E; Mahmud, Z; Gomes, A; Aimjongjun, S; Jiramongkol, Y, et al
1-Sep-2018Novel trifluoromethylated enobosarm analogues with potent anti-androgenic activity in vitro and tissue selectivity in vivoDart, DA; Kandil, S; Tommasini-Ghelfi, S; Serrano de Almeida, G; Bevan, CL, et al
13-Aug-2018microRNAs: novel regulators of the TGF- pathway in pancreatic ductal adenocarcinomaOttaviani, S; Castellano, L; Pancreatic Cancer UK; Imperial College Trust
2-Apr-2019Exploring the role of wearable technology in sport kinematics and kinetics: a systematic reviewAdesida, Y; Papi, E; McGregor, A; Imperial College Trust