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Ensor, E; Mathews, K; Payne Smith, MD; Latchman, DS; (2003) Sensory neurons from mice lacking the Brn-3b POU family transcription factor are resistant to death-inducing stimuli both in vitro and in vivo. Brain Res Mol Brain Res , 117 (2) pp. 206-212.

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Giles, I; Haley, J; Isenberg, DA; Latchman, DS; Nagl, S; Rahman, A; (2003) Systematic review of sequences of human antiphospholipid and anti-beta 2 glycoprotein I antibodies (aPL). Seminars in Arthritis and Rheumatism , 32 pp. 246-265.

Giles, IP; Haley, J; Nagl, S; Latchman, DS; Chen, PP; Chukwuocha, RU; Isenberg, DA; (2003) Relative importance of different aPL derived heavy and light chains in the binding of aPL to cardiolipin. Molecular Immunology , 40 pp. 49-60.

Giles, IP; Haley, JD; Nagl, S; Isenberg, DA; Latchman, DS; Rahman, A; (2003) A systematic analysis of sequences of human antiphospholipid and anti-beta(2)-glycoprotein I antibodies: The importance of somatic mutations and certain sequence motifs. SEMIN ARTHRITIS RHEU , 32 (4) 246 - 265. 10.1053/sarh.2003.49994.

Giles, IP; Haley, JD; Nagl, S; Isenberg, DA; Latchman, DS; Rahman, A; (2003) A systematic analysis of sequences of human antiphospholipid and anti-β<inf>2</inf>-glycoprotein I antibodies: The importance of somatic mutations and certain sequence motifs. Seminars in Arthritis and Rheumatism , 32 (4) pp. 246-265. 10.1053/sarh.2003.49994.

Giles, IP; Isenberg, DA; Latchman, DS; Rahman, A; (2003) How do antiphospholipid antibodies bind beta(2)-glycoprotein I? ARTHRITIS RHEUM , 48 (8) 2111 - 2121. 10.1002/art.11101.

Giles, IP; Isenberg, DA; Latchman, DS; Rahman, A; (2003) How do antiphospholipid antibodies bind β<inf>2</inf>-glycoprotein I? Arthritis and Rheumatism , 48 (8) pp. 2111-2121. 10.1002/art.11101.

Grahame, R; Simmonds, HA; Carrey, EA; (2003) Gout: the ‘At Your Fingertips’ Guide. [Book]. (1 ed.). Class Publishing: London.

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Hargitai, J; Lewis, H; Boros, I; Racz, T; Fiser, A; Kurucz, I; Benjamin, I; ... Latchman, DS; + view all (2003) Bimoclomol, a heat shock protein co-inducer, acts by the prolonged activation of heat shock factor-1. Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications , 307 pp. 689-695.

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Janjua, S; Lawrence, KM; Ng, LL; Latchman, DS; (2003) The cardioprotective agent Urocortin induces expression of CT-1. Cardiovascular Toxicology , 3 pp. 255-261.

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Kabakov, A; Budagova, K; Malyutina, Y; Latchman, D; (2003) Hsp70 or Hsp27 overexpressed in endothelial cells during post-ischemic reperfusion may protect from delayed apoptosis. In: ATHEROSCLEROSIS SUPPLEMENTS. (pp. 57 - 58). ELSEVIER SCI IRELAND LTD

Kabakov, AE; Budagova, AR; Bryantsev, AL; Latchman, DS; (2003) Hsp70 or Hsp27 overexpressed in human endothelial cells during post-hypoxic reoxygenation can protect from delayed apoptosis. Cell Stress and Chaperones , 8 pp. 335-347.

Kalwy, SA; Akbar, MT; Coffin, RS; de Belleroche, J; Latchman, DS; (2003) Heat shock protein 27 delivered via a herpes simplex virus vector can protect neurons of the hippocampus against kainic-acid-induced cell loss. Molecular Brain Research , 17 (111 (1) pp. 91-103.

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Latchman, DS; (2003) Herpes simplex virus vectors for Parkinson's disease. International Review of Neurobiology , 55 pp. 223-241.

Latchman, DS; (2003) Protective effect of heat shock proteins: potential for gene therapy. Gene Therapy and Molecular Biology , 7 pp. 245-254.

Latchman, DS; (2003) Stress proteins. In: Offermans, S and Rosenthal, W, (eds.) Encyclopedic Reference of Molecular Pharmacology. Springer

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Mason, MRJ; Lieberman, AR; Latchman, DS; Anderson, PN; (2003) FKBP12 mRNA expression is upregulated by intrinsic CNS neurons regenerating axons into peripheral nerve grafts in the brain. EXP NEUROL , 181 (2) 181 - 189. 10.1016/S0014-4886(03)00038-4.

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Scarabelli, TM; Pasini, E; Ferrari, G; Ferrari, M; Stephanou, A; Townsend, P; Lawrence, K; ... Latchman, D; + view all (2003) Warm blood cardioplegia induces mitochondria-initiated myocyte apoptosis which is ameliorated by overexpression of endogenous urocortin. In: JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN COLLEGE OF CARDIOLOGY. (pp. 514A - 514A). ELSEVIER SCIENCE INC

Sindos, M; Ndisang, D; Pisal, N; Chow, C; Deery, A; Singer, A; Latchman, D; (2003) Detection of cervical neoplasia using measurement of Brn-3a in cervical smears with persistent minor abnormality. INT J GYNECOL CANCER , 13 (4) 515 - 517.

Sindos, M; Ndisang, D; Pisal, N; Chow, C; Singer, A; Latchman, DS; (2003) Measurement of Brn-3a levels in Pap smears provides a novel diagnostic marker for the detection of cervical neoplasia. Gynecologic Oncology , 90 pp. 366-371.

Stephanou, A; Scarabelli, TM; Lawrence, K; Townsend, P; Chen-Scarabelli, C; Knight, R; Latchman, D; (2003) Green tea inhibits Stat-1 activation and reduces apoptosis in cardiac myocytes exposed to ischemia/reperfusion injury. In: JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN COLLEGE OF CARDIOLOGY. (pp. 374A - 374A). ELSEVIER SCIENCE INC

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Townsend, P; Scarabelli, TM; Lawrence, K; Stephanou, A; Carroll, C; Chen-Scarabelli, C; Cutress, R; ... Latchman, D; + view all (2003) Bag-1 relocates within cardiac myocytes following ischemia/reperfusion and prevents myocyte apoptosis by interaction with. In: JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN COLLEGE OF CARDIOLOGY. (pp. 374A - 374A). ELSEVIER SCIENCE INC

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Van Der Weerd, L; Thomas, DL; Aron Badin, R; Lythgoe, MF; Latchman, DS; Ordidge, RJ; Gadian, DG; (2003) UNSPECIFIED In: (Proceedings) ISMRM Eleventh Meeting and Exhibition. International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine

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West, DA; Valetim, LML; Lythgoe, MF; Stephanou, A; Van Der Weerd, L; Ordidge, RJ; Latchman, DS; (2003) UNSPECIFIED In: (Proceedings) ISMRM Eleventh Meeting and Exhibition. International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine

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Zourlidou, A; Payne Smith, MD; Latchman, DS; (2003) Modulation of cell death by alpha-synuclein is stimulus-dependent in mammalian cells. Neurosci Lett , 340 (3) pp. 234-238.

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